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Families of the victims have been notified, and a list of victims should be released in coming days, said James, the brigadier general.
Accompanying him was Richard Cardillo, his old friend from West Point, since retired from the Army as a brigadier general.
The new information was based on interviews with Yitzhak Yaakov, a retired brigadier general who in 1967 was the chief liaison between the Israeli military and the civilian defense industries, including those overseeing the nuclear project.
Trainor previously served in the U.S. Army for 33 years, retiring as brigadier general, and served six years as dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy.
The group, ranging from brigadiers to lieutenants general, also included the Navy’s two top uniformed lawyers in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks: retired Rear Adms.
According to the Encyclopeadia Britannica, Bagnold was an army brigadier who studied the origin of sand dunes and the process of sediment transport.
He was quickly promoted to brigadier general, but lost his right arm in battle in June 1862.
The flag was lifted from the coffin, folded, and presented by a brigadier general to Mrs. De Alencar.
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Origin and Etymology of brigadier
French, from brigade
First Known Use: 1668See Words from the same year
BRIGADIER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brigadier for English Language Learners
: a British army officer who is in charge of a brigade; also : the rank of a brigadier
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