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Meanings and phrases
- the executive agency that advises the President on military questions; composed of the chiefs of the United States Army and the United States Navy and the United States Air Force and the commandant of the United States Marine Corps; Joint Chiefs of Staff
Joint Chiefs of Staff
- the executive agency that advises the President on military questions; composed of the chiefs of the United States Army and the United States Navy and the United States Air Force and the commandant of the United States Marine Corps; Joint Chiefs
- Says negotiated with local tribal chiefs to purchase land.
- The tribal chiefs, with 2,000 warriors each, joined him, swelling his ranks to 18,000.
- They governed the land through tribal chiefs out of the village site at present day Alvarado Park
- Recruitment was done in cities with the assistance of local chiefs.
- These lands were then redistributed among the Spaniards who participated in the Conquest and to those local chiefs that supported the Spanish.
- During the pressure from the Ngoni people, the Matengo developed a hierarchy of power amongst their peoples, with a senior chief in charge of three local chiefs.
- Notable crew chiefs for this race were Shorty Johns, Mario Rossi and Jess Potter.
- Historically, the wing graduated more than 400 F-16 pilots and 470 crew chiefs annually.
- Notable crew chiefs on attendance for this race were Herman Beam, Bud Allman and Bud Moore.
- In February 1853, Sandile and the other chiefs surrendered.
- Some other chiefs were not so quick to seek help from the government.
- It is composed of the ministers of the three services, their chiefs of staff, and the EMFA chief.
- Churchill made himself Ministry of Defence, And repeatedly interfered and reshaped and argued with his chiefs of staff.
- In April 2011, there was an army mutiny; the president named new chiefs of staff, and a curfew was imposed in Ouagadougou.