Examples of commandant in a Sentence
the commandant of a naval district
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Their social circle included Jean and Douglas MacArthur, then commandant of the Philippine Commonwealth Army, and Mamie and Lt.
General Charles Krulak, commandant of the Marine Corps, every year, starting about a week before Christmas, baked hundreds of Christmas cookies with his wife.
Admiral Paul Zukunft, the commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, knows oil spills.
Though Harvard came back to defeat Army 14-13, the commandant accepted the challenge to compete against Harvard in something more scholarly.
The prison commandant, not at all pleased, right there in his office had guards break McCain’s ribs, rebreak his arm, knock his teeth out.
Until the commandant integrates recruit training, the foundation for sexism in the Corps will continue to be laid at Parris Island, with negative consequences for male and female Marines, and our nation.
Gen. Robert B. Neller, the Marine Corps commandant, and other senior Marine officials have expressed outrage at the behavior, while at the same time facing criticism for not doing more previously to address abusive behavior.
The commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard issued a stark warning on Wednesday that Russia was leagues ahead of Washington in the Arctic.
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: an officer who is in charge of a group of soldiers in the military
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