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Thomas, a 31-year veteran of the patrol, was its deputy director and retired at the rank of lieutenant colonel.
Shower worked for two decades as a pilot in the Air Force and held the rank of lieutenant colonel.
Colmenares, 57, is a retired U.S. Marine lieutenant colonel and logistics officer who ran unsuccessfully for Miami city commission in 2009.
He was posthumously promoted to lieutenant colonel.
Paul joined the state police in 1994 and, as lieutenant colonel, most recently served as deputy superintendent of the agency's Bureau of Investigation.
The plaintiffs in those settlements include female state police employees across many ranks, including a clerk, troopers, a sergeant, vice corporal and lieutenant colonel.
As in Cooper's previous films, the acting — including an unexpected Peter Mullan as a lieutenant colonel and the always compelling Ben Foster as a sergeant — is excellent across the board.
But Margaret Stock, an immigration lawyer and retired lieutenant colonel in the Army, said the military would suffer.
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: a military officer who has a rank just below a colonel
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