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Meanings and phrases
- an authoritative direction or instruction to do something; bid; bidding; dictation
- a military unit or region under the control of a single officer
- the power or authority to command
- availability for use
- a position of highest authority
- great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity; control; mastery
- (computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program; instruction; statement; program line
- be in command of
- make someone do something; require
- demand as one's due
- exercise authoritative control or power over; control
- look down on; dominate; overlook; overtop
Air Combat Command
- a command that is the primary provider of air combat weapon systems to the United States Air Force; operates fighter, bomber, reconnaissance, battle-management, and rescue aircraft; ACC
Air Force Space Command
- a command of the United States Air Force that is responsible for defending the United States through its space and intercontinental ballistic missile operations; AFSPC
Allied Command Atlantic
- a major strategic headquarters of NATO located in the United States; is under the authority of the North Atlantic Council; ACLANT
Allied Command Europe
- a major strategic headquarters of NATO; safeguards an area extending from Norway to Turkey; ACE
Criminal Investigation Command
- the United States Army's principal law enforcement agency responsible for the conduct of criminal investigations for all levels of the Army anywhere in the world; CID
- a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization that conducted several attacks in western Europe; PFLP-GC
- a method of controlling the flight of a missile by commands originating from the ground or from another missile
- (computer science) the key on a computer keyboard that is used (in combination with some other key) to type control characters; control key
- a source language consisting of procedural operators that invoke functions to be executed; query language; search language
- commands that a user types in order to run an application
- This was a DICOM Validation tool with a command line interface.
- The register calling convention may be selected by command line switch.
- It could be scheduled using a Maintenance Wizard and supported command line switches.
- a user interface in which you type commands instead of choosing them from a menu or selecting an icon; CLI
- a space module in which astronauts can live and control the spacecraft and communicate with earth
- The command module suffered a three-inch gash in one panel.
- The Apollo 1 command module has never been on public display.
- Problems with the Apollo command module continued through the testing phase.
- (computer science) the processing time required by a device prior to the execution of a command; command processing overhead time; command processing overhead; overhead
- military headquarters from which a military commander controls and organizes the forces; general headquarters; GHQ
- State Police maintain their Fredonia command post.
- His command post was in the Air Ministry Building.
- It continued in use as a barracks and as a command post.
- (computer science) the processing time required by a device prior to the execution of a command; command processing overhead time; command overhead; overhead
- (computer science) the processing time required by a device prior to the execution of a command; command processing overhead; command overhead; overhead
- (computer science) a symbol that appears on the computer screen to indicate that the computer is ready to receive a command; prompt
- a noncommissioned officer serving as chief administrative officer of a headquarters unit of the Army; sergeant major
- the highest leaders in an organization (e.g. the commander-in-chief and senior officers of the military); supreme headquarters
- When news of their escape reached the German high command.
- In 1915 Berlin, the German high command is worried about ally Turkey.
- They were made worse by the incompetence of the Austrian high command.
- a computer user's instruction (not part of a program) that calls for action by the computer's executive program
- Then, on 24 October 1917, he took command of No.
- In 1958 he took command of the 2nd Armored Division.
- On 24 March 1937 he took command of the 2nd Division.
- In 1808 Commander James Rushworth assumed command.
- Gen Truman Seymour assumed command of the division.
- William Henderson assumed command of "Rosario".
- The next year he was given command of the "Warwick".
- He was given command the 32nd Infantry Regiment.
- There he was given command of the "Argonauta".
- There was a breakdown in the command and control system.
- Staff training was also increased to improve command and control.
- FTR HQR, in turn, exercises command and control over the sector HQs.
- Baji Prabhu was second in command of this contingent.
- Captain Martin and his second in command, Sgt.
- St. John was believed to be Rawlins’ second in command.
- John Damon] is directed to take command till further orders."
- The three then stage a violent uprising and take command of the ship.
- Soon Greisert would be transferred to the east to take command of III Gruppe of JG 3.
- Senator Edward D. Baker to take overall command.
- In times of large-scale war, the "knes" took overall command.
- The entire force was under the immediate overall command of Brig.
- The death of Terzi prevented a change in the chain of command.
- It applied from highest to lowest alike in the chain of command.
- On Cortés's return, he found the Aztec army’s chain of command in ruins.
- This camp was under British military command.
- In 1942 Roosevelt set up a new military command structure with Admiral Ernest J.
- On 11 December 2013, the GCC announced the formation of a joint military command.
- At Jamaica Coffin was appointed to command of the 74-gun .
- Blanchard was appointed to command the First Army on 2 September 1939.
- In 1961 he was promoted to squadron leader and appointed to command No.
- Umar adopted a different approach to the command structure.
- The command structure of both sides changed during the operation.
- Notably the hired units were deployed with their own command structure.
- Kurt Meyer was placed in command of the division.
- In 1892 he was placed in command of the Far East naval division.
- Colonel S. Biddulphwas placed in command of the Line of Communications.
- The brigade came under direct command of the 5th Army Corps.
- An NCO gave me a direct command to jump.
- Thus the Gorizia came under direct command of the 5th Army Corps.
- Instead he single-handedly destroys the rocket command center.
- In both cases a strike on a command center could be very serious.
- Dariush and Gabriel stay in the command center of JPL to insert the key into the systems.
- Robert S. Granger took over command on 2 Feb. 1856.
- Leigh-Mallory then took over command of 11 Group.
- Rocker took over command of the retiring Sgt.
- Clayton took over Stewart's division, the latter taking command of the III corps.
- He served as executive officer of 's Gold Crew before taking command of in March 1991.
- Harrison's first plan on taking command was to march his men north and recover Detroit.
- Smith assumed temporary command of the army.
- Five days later, he was given temporary command of "Jagdstaffel 14".
- Finally he went to the China Seas in temporary command of a gunboat.
- He remained in command of "Farragut" until 1901.
- However, many Tigrayan officers remained in command positions.
- They remained in command until the winter when the fleet returned to Britain.
- On 1 October 2018, Burridge assumed operational command of the RAeS.
- Gen William H.C. Whiting had operational command of Longstreet and Smith's divisions.
- Despite the title, the CNO does not have operational command authority over Naval forces.
- Noting he wasn't "wanted", Bertling soon agreed to be relieved of command.
- For this, he was relieved of command on 11 January 1945, but recalled on 8 February.
- General Burbridge had also been relieved of command by General Nelson for a trivial cause.
- But van Kinckel did not receive a new command.
- Winder spent a month visiting the forts and settlements in his new command.
- But Aguinaldo countered the act by putting them in a new command, that of Major Ramos.
- Br-Gen Marquis of Tullibardine was assigned to command the new dismounted brigade.
- Gen. Hill was assigned to command the coastal defenses of North Carolina in the vicinity of the sounds.
- He was then assigned to command the Department of the Columbia (1881–85) and the Department of Missouri (1885–86).
- His first command was in 1931 as captain of the transport Seito.
- In 1934, Mountbatten was appointed to his first command – the destroyer .
- Tegetthoff received his first command, the naval schooner "Elisabeth", in 1854.
- Baron d'Arendt finally came to assume command on the 21st.
- Colonel Martin, pleading exhaustion, requested Barron to assume command.
- Bledsoe uses Richardson's injury to assume command and set course for Pearl Harbor.
- Major Bassett was given command of all military operations in the area.
- Eisenhower took direct command of all Allied ground forces on 1 September.
- The chiefs were in command of all Allied forces in their geographical zone.
- In 1950, he was put in command of the infantry.
- Luck was put in command of the remains of 21st Panzer Division.
- Col William Sterling King, formerly of the 35th Massachusetts Infantry, was put in command.
- In 1771 he received the supreme command in Wallachia and occupied Bucharest.
- All seven armies are beneath the supreme command of the Great General of Darkness.
- By 20 October, the changes ordered by the new supreme command had begun to take effect.
- The Israeli Navy suffered from a lack of professional command during its early days.
- Under his command during the last eleven months of the war, "U-67" sank no more ships.
- Despite his promotion he returned to regimental command during the siege of Vicksburg.
- Magruder was given the command on May 21, 1861.
- He was given the command at Minsk.
- In February 1942 Wünsche was given the command of the LSSAH "Sturmgeschütz" (assault gun) battalion.
- Major command posts were built in Manila, Cavite, Cebu, Iloilo, Zamboanga, and Iligan.
- This information would then be relayed to regional and national command centers, as well as E-10 MC2A airborne command posts.
- Many of the Soviet wireless and telephone operators were women who often suffered heavy casualties when their command posts came under fire.
- The 7K-OK was half the mass of the three-crew Apollo orbital command ship.
- In 1943, the ship served as the command ship of a convoy to land troops in Algiers.
- During Operation Neptune, the landings in France, "Londonderry" acted as an escort and as a command ship for landing craft.
- He was promoted to command a mortar battery in the 163rd regiment.
- On January 26, 1863, he was promoted to command of the Army of the Potomac.
- Brigadier Tremlett was promoted to command 10 AA Division from 14 February 1942, and was succeeded at 44 AA Bde by Brig R.E.
- He relinquished command of the brigade on 13 November 1891.
- He relinquished command when Kurt Wolff returned from leave.
- He relinquished command of the "Portland" on 9 November 1667.
- Traditionally, he assumes personal command of the forces in time of war.'
- Washington assumed personal command at West Point and reorganized its defenses.
- A second column under Suchet's personal command marched against Murray at Villena.
- He assigned command of the war to Tiberius.
- He was assigned command of the newly constructed Camp Dennison near Cincinnati.
- McCollom was assigned command of the 6lst Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group in 1942.
- While there Brigaut transferred to command of a captured Spanish galliot.
- On 14 January 1944, Brigadier Kane was transferred to command 45 AA Bde and was replaced by Brig J.W.
- Following his victory at Rich Mountain, McClellan was transferred to command the Army of the Potomac, leaving Brig.
- A unified command of the Romanian army in Transylvania was established.
- Furthermore the Prussians had one unified command which the federal side had not.
- The Persians had a unified command system, and everyone was answerable to the king.
- The Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes, assuming command in person, met the invaders in Cilicia.
- Abbot also operated near Antarctica, assuming command of the US Naval Support Force, Antarctica, in February 1967.
- Immediately upon assuming command of ELAS, Sarafis set about reforming its haphazardly organized and commanded bands.
- It requires nothing from the ship other than physical space, electrical power, and hotel services for the command staff.
- After returning to Severomorsk, she participated in the Atlantika-84 command staff exercise between 31 March and 8 April 1984.
- The command staff is composed of the members who served in the special units, guards brigades and reconnaissance units of the Croatian Armed Forces.
- Sextus gave him a naval command as a Legatus, probably a "legatus pro praetore".
- Her flotilla, previously under Army control, came under naval command October 1, 1862.
- The British naval command was continually frustrated by the use of Machias as a staging point for militia actions in Nova Scotia.
- Lieutenant General Martin was a command pilot who wore the Master Missileman Badge.
- Brigadier General Robert F. Travis, command pilot of the bomber, was among the dead.
- Commander Pete Conrad flew on Gemini 5 in 1965, and as command pilot on Gemini 11 in 1966.
- However, many Tigrayan officers remained in command positions.
- Cavalrymen dominated the higher command positions within the British Army during the war.
- It was later expanded to 30 British officers in command positions, with a handful of Arab officers.
- Commander Harry Stileman was appointed in command on 12 June 1902.
- Lieutenant Thomas Brandreth was appointed in command 14 January 1902, when she served in the Channel Fleet.
- In April 1900, he was appointed in command of the pre-dreadnought battleship , serving in the Channel Fleet.
- The field command of the new army had to be formed from the members in the Finnish Jäger troops.
- No army invaded the United States during this period, and Washington did not assume a field command.
- However, Halleck soon restored Grant to field command (intervention by President Abraham Lincoln may have been a factor).
- Leaving the board, Cooper received command of the protected cruiser on 18 July 1894.
- In 1830, he received command of the brig "Silène" and cruised off Algiers, taking a number of prizes.
- After Mitchel received command of all Federal troops between Nashville and Huntsville on May 29, he ordered Brig.
- He began his rule by re-organizing all the intelligence agencies under the central command of the Baath Party's National Security Bureau.
- The Colonel Tshatshi Military Camp in the Kinshasa suburb of Ngaliema hosts the defence department and the Chiefs of Staff central command headquarters of the FARDC.
- Al-Qaeda also reportedly sent senior cadres from its central command nodes in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran to support the foundation of the Guardians of Religion Organization.
- Garrett is killed, and her helmsman, Richard Castillo, takes command.
- Robert is injured in the battle, so Ned takes command and marches on the capital.
- Major Rupert Fynmore takes command for the next landing, and further battles take place with the well-entrenched slavers.