Supreme Commander

Some articles on supreme commander, commander:

Supreme Commander 2 - Changes From Supreme Commander
... While there are many differences between Supreme Commander (together with its expansion, "Forged Alliance") and Supreme Commander 2, the two primary changes are ...
Military Of Nepal - Organization - Supreme Command
... of Nepal states that The President of Nepal is the Supreme Commander Chief of Nepal Army ... who was elected president of Nepal on 23 July 2008, is the supreme commander of Nepal Army ... stated that the His Majesty the King is the Supreme Commander of the Royal Nepal Army." However, following the People's Power revolution in April 2006, the 1990 ...
Chief Of The Administrative Reform Council - Membership and Key Positions
... onwards." The junta consists of the leaders of all branches of the Thai military and police Army Commander General Sonthi Boonyaratglin, named Chief of the Council for ... Phatthiyakul, named Secretary-General of the CDR Supreme Commander General Ruangroj Mahasaranon, named Chief Adviser to the CDR A week after the coup, Sonthi's former ... and lieutenants in the coup, 1st Army Region Commander Lt-Gen Anupong Paochinda and 3rd Army Region Commander Lt-Gen Saprang Kalayanamitr, to the post of Assistant Army ...
Military History Of Chad - Military Under Hissène Habré
... remained in effect as of 1988, declares that the president is the supreme commander of the army and is authorized to appoint high-ranking military officers, such appointments to be subject to implementing decrees ... northern forces during most of the Chadian Civil War, retained the title of supreme commander and a large measure of control over the military establishment ... In addition to his positions as president and supreme commander, Habré had assumed the ministerial portfolio of national defense, veterans, and war victims ...

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