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Jürgen Bornemann, a retired lieutenant general and former director-general of NATO’s international military staff, told me.
Kellogg, a retired army lieutenant general, didn’t bring an attorney to the interview, said one of the people.
Newspaper clips from the time — including some that Jabateh later provided to immigration agents — quote him as an ULIMO lieutenant general involved in the disarmament process.
Shortly before the ceremony, Silveria, the Air Force Academy’s 20th superintendent, was promoted from major general to lieutenant general, the rank required for the position, the Gazette reported.
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Definition of lieutenant general for English Language Learners
: a military officer who has a rank just below a general
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