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What was it like being a commanding officer in World War 1?
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Who is Bruno in the boy in the striped pajamas and what does he like to do?
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What did King Tutankhamun like to do other than play games?
How do you name the The Warrant Officer who is responsible before the commanding officer for head counts and giving permits and the like?
Warrant Officers are not responsible for troops or personnel. But, in referring to a Warrant Officer, face to face you would address him as "Sir" as any other officer. If you work with him or are more familiar, he may permit you to refer to him as "Chief." If referring to a Warrant Officer in a conversation with a third party, you would refer to him as "Warrant Officer __________."
Who is the commanding general of the Philippine navy?
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What does a safety officer do?
What are the physical demands of being a police officer?
Do people in the field like their jobs as a police officer?
What happens if police officer can not show up to court - no reason?
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Do Muslims believe that if you kill a Christian you will go to heaven?
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Is there a technical word used to describe an actor or performer who possesses a unique and commanding voice like James Earl Jones?
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What happens if a member of family of a police officers is being arrested for a crime?
Well, simply that the member of the family of the police officer gets arrested. The police officer didn't commit the crime you see, a family member did. Works the same in any family ... being a police officer is a job like anyone else has be that they are a fireman, labor worker, engineer or whatever.
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How did Luke and Han Solo trick their way into the detention center?
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What was it like being at the home front like in World War 1?
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Reasons why to be a police officer?
There are various reasons. I've know people that became police officers because they like the feeling of power, or they like to carry a gun, or they like the benefits of being an officer, or they like the exciting lifestyle. However, the "standard" answer is, to help protect the citizenery and their property and to help reduce crime (or make a difference) in my city. just to help out.