Examples of commandant in a Sentence
the commandant of a naval district
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Women make up just 8% of the Marine Corps, but Gen. Glenn Walters, the assistant commandant of the Marine Corps, has said that number is set to rise, ABC News reports.
Amos Velasquez, assistant principal and commandant at the Colorado Military Academy, said that a school counselor saw the van carrying propane tanks strapped to the roof and contacted him immediately.
Current members like Aurora's Jim Butler, 77, acting commandant for the Fox Valley Marine Corps League, said American Legion Post 84 has the right man in Eckburg.
The seafaring state of Connecticut will supply another native son as commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard.
Last year’s House bill envisioned a senior uniformed commander heading up an organization dedicated entirely to space activities and reporting to the Air Force secretary, similar to the Marine Corps commandant who reports to the Navy secretary.
The encounter between the two cadets came only hours after the commandant of cadets met with the entire student body to discuss a springtime incident that involved the display of the Confederate flag.
The president of the United States or the commandant of the Marine Corps or someone would like to call.
The commandant of the house was arrested as an enemy of the people, and so was the head of the Communist Party’s housekeeping department.
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Definition of commandant for English Language Learners
: an officer who is in charge of a group of soldiers in the military
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