General Orders

Some articles on general orders, general order, general, orders:

Proclamation № 1081 - General Orders
... Listed below are the general orders promulgated by President Marcos following the declaration of martial law ... General Order No ... his role as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines General Order No ...
U.S. Army Ordnance Sergeant
... Issuance of General Orders, No ... such appointments will be reported through the general headquarters to the Chief of the Ordnance Bureau." In other words, ordnance sergeants from that point on appeared ... the acting appointees, authorized under General Orders, No ...
Letters From Iwo Jima - Plot
... them for, "conspiring with unpatriotic words." At the same time, General Tadamichi Kuribayashi arrives to take command of the garrison and immediately begins an inspection of the ... Kuribayashi orders Captain Tanida to stop beating them, and instructs him to deny lunch rations to Saigo and Kashiwara instead ... deceiving the people, but us as well." The next day, Kuribayashi orders the garrison to begin tunneling defenses under Mount Suribachi ...
Phoenix Raven - Culture - General Orders
... Security Forces members are required to know and adhere to three general orders which form the foundation of their duties ... These orders apply to every assigned post or patrol they will ever assume ... The general orders are as follows I will take charge of my post and protect all personnel and property for which I am responsible for until properly relieved ...

Famous quotes containing the words orders and/or general:

    Selflessness is like waiting in a hospital
    In a badly-fitting suit on a cold wet morning.
    Selfishness is like listening to good jazz
    With drinks for further orders and a huge fire.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    If men would avoid that general language and general manner in which they strive to hide all that is peculiar and would say only what was uppermost in their own minds after their own individual manner, every man would be interesting.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)