Examples of commanding officer in a Sentence
He reported the incident to his commanding officer.
reported directly to the fort's commanding officer
Recent Examples of commanding officer from the Web
Kevin Oditt, commanding officer, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston.
Firefighters' gear is built for heat exposure, not chilly weather; in extremely low temperatures, their command officers need to rotate them out sooner, Cade said.
Ballew begins repeatedly asking for their commanding officer as one of his wrists is placed in handcuffs.
Ed Angelinas, former commanding officer of the USS McCampbell, was named acting commanding officer of the McCain.
Alison has been sleeping with the unit’s commanding officer, Nick Page (Joseph Kennedy), and is more distraught about his transfer than about the fact that her behavior may have cost her husband his promotion.
His unit provided security for commanding officers.
The Navy has moved to discipline about a dozen people who were aboard the Fitzgerald during the collision, including removing its commanding officer, Cmdr.
The Ashland, which happened to be in the area to avoid a storm, traveled (160 kilometers) 100 miles and found them the next day, said the ship’s commanding officer, Cmdr.
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Definition of commanding officer for English Language Learners
: an officer who is in charge of a group of people in the military or of a military camp or base
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