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while waiting medical evaluation, he was medically discharged in 1988 after serving 27 years in the Navy.
Fletcher is currently serving as commanding general, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, Alexandria, Va.
As we enter the 21st Century, CRP's will confirm that programs and services will be customer driven and funding will shift from dependence on government to serving business and industry.
Here are the "official" servings for some common foods, and a handy way to remember roughly how big each is:
serving the transportation, logistics and health care industries.
At serving time, transfer the purees to separate measuring cups or to pitchers with pouring spouts.
He oversees management of four camp properties, two summer resident camps serving 3,500 campers, one summer-long day camp, and 20 short-term day camps.
Thus, the respondent group includes firms serving the majority of clients who are served by proprietary rehabilitation firms.
He was a Director of HealthSouth Corporation from October 2002 through October 2005, serving as Chairman from July 2004 until October 2005.
Strain cooled milk mixture through a fine-mesh sieve and pour into a serving pitcher or small punch bowl.
She also is active in community affairs, currently serving as vice president of the board of the Los Angeles Civil Service Commission, a mayoral appointment.
These functions minimize risk of incurring fees or filing or serving past deadlines, while the overall increase in efficiency helps firms grow their business by minimizing time and expense spent on filing and service issues.