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corps

Vox populi A cadre of similarly minded coves or chaps. See National Health Service Corps.
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'I am not surprised at the orderly behaviour of the 2019 Batch `B' Stream two corps members deployed to Jigawa state as the environment was conducive and friendly,'' the director-general said.
Manuel Fidel Magtira to the rank of Colonel, Medical Corps
To reduce the corps' ranks by more than 2,000 officers, the report urges the U.S.
A l'exception de quelques tableaux representant des masques mortuaires plutot que des personnes humaines ou des corps baillonnes, les personnages de Farida Bouazzaoui sont anonymes.
As well as a welcoming party and some "amazing hospitality", the Corps had the chance to perform and explore one of Coventry's twin cities.
The perk is a small part of a larger effort to move the Corps beyond its hell-raising, hidebound reputation.
In his remarks, the Chief of the Custodial Corps, General Bashir Mohamed Jama, stressed the importance of a functional prisons service to the delivery of justice in the country and the rehabilitation of convicted offenders, before their reintegration into society.
These exercises allowed the corps PMO to explore three recent doctrinal and structural changes to the way that military police support unified land operations/decisive action:
OP, the Supply Corps Officer Assignment Branch at NPC, falls under PERS 44, the Staff/Restricted Line Officer Career Management Division.
Effective on 5 July, 2013, the Kindle version of “Hard Corps Knowledge: How to Succeed in the Marine Corps” will be a available for free download to the general public.