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  • (A senior Pentagon official told NEWSWEEK that CENTCOM's Gen. Tommy Franks asked all his com-manders, "Do we have what we need?" and that "everyone seemed pretty comfortable.")

    The Grunt's War 2007

  • It wasn't as if anyone had ever suggested that manders knew how to talk.

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • But Avender was peering into the darkness below, searching for manders or whatever else might be watching them, instead of keeping his eye on the path.

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • "And the Wizards are more than manders," answered Nolo.

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • "Is there anything else besides manders to worry about in Bryddlough?"

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • They dozed fitfully, their shallow dreams filled with long falls and hissing manders.

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • Or maybe a gate, with a portcullis and perhaps a drawbridge over a fiery moat guarded by manders.

    Reiffeins Choice 2006

  • At the end of the war, according to an Army survey, infantry division com - manders recommended that light tank companies either be replaced by medium tanks or eliminated; tank battalion com - manders, on the other hand, favored deployment of the M24 light tanks.

    Steel Victory Yeide, Harry 2003

  • Combat service support (CSS) com-manders must anticipate future events and the needs of combat commanders.

    FM 9-6 CHAPTER 1 United States Army 1998

  • In this wish, he was rewarded, for even as the fight began, it moved out of the control of its com - manders.

    The Kinslayer Wars Niles, Douglas 1991


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