Commissioned Officer

  • (noun): A military officer holding a commission.

Some articles on commissioned officer, officer, officers, commissioned officers, commissioned:

Military Ranks Of South Korea
... In the South Korean armed forces, ranks fall into one of four categories commissioned officer, warrant officer, non-commissioned officer, and enlisted, in decreasing order of ... Commissioned officer ranks are subdivided into "Janggwan"-level (general) officers, "Yeonggwan"-level (field-grade) officers, and "Wi-gwan"-level (company-grade) officers ...
Non-commissioned Officer
... A non-commissioned officer (sometimes spelled noncommissioned officer, abbreviated to NCO or non-com (US)), called a sub-officer in some countries, is a military ... Non-commissioned officers, in the English-speaking world, usually obtain their position of authority by promotion through the enlisted ranks ... and sergeant in some countries, warrant officers also carry out the duties of NCOs ...
U.S. Army Reserve Direct Commission Officers
... backgrounds, and to fill critical shortages in the Army Reserve commissioned officer corps ... when qualified civilians were directly commissioned as well ... "billet" in an Army Reserve unit three recommendation letters from commissioned field-grade officers and a recommendation from a direct commissioning board ...
List Of U.S. Air Force Acronyms And Expressions - N
... NAF - Numbered Air Force NCC - Network Control Center NCO - Non-commissioned Officer NCOA - Non-commissioned Officer Academy NCOIC - Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge NCW - Network-Centric Warfare NEADS ...
Finnish Law - Courts - Military Justice
... One of the military members is a commissioned officer and the other belongs to some other personnel group of the military ... The cases against officers with at least major's rank are always handled by the court of appeals acting as a court first instance ... case, it will have two military members who are general officers appointed by the President of Republic ...

Famous quotes containing the words officer and/or commissioned:

    That’s all right, sir. A commanding officer doesn’t need brains, just a good, loud voice.
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