Officer may refer to:
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... AFL player Greg Tivendale (Number 32 for Richmond) grew up in Officer ... A conjoined bearded dragon hatched here in Officer in January 2011 ...
... In the United States and other jurisdictions, police officers and other government officials are shielded from false arrest lawsuits through a process known as qualified immunity ... However, the officer's actions must still not violate "clearly established law," or this protection is void ... A police officer (McGuigan) detained a man named Crispin Sorrell based on the description of a suspect who had committed a robbery nearby, and proceeded to do a simple search for weapons ...
... Under Officer is an appointment held by senior cadets at some Commonwealth officer training establishments and in University Officers' Training Corps in the United Kingdom, and also a rank used in some ...
... The rank of officer cadet is held by those undergoing initial officer training at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell ... Pilot officers of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training) Branch (RAFVR(T)) hold the acting rank of officer cadet until they successfully complete their officers ... Within the Air Cadet Organisation, the rank of officer cadet is currently only used internally and officer cadets are referred to by their substantive rank in written ...
... the 11th Naval District before reporting to the battleship USS New York as fire control officer ... in fitting out USS Portland and after her commissioning, served as a division officer in that heavy cruiser until the spring of 1936 ... In the spring of 1938, Antrim arrived on the Asiatic Station and served as executive officer of USS Bittern before joining USS Pope in December 1939, as her executive ...
Famous quotes containing the word officer:
“Any officer fit for duty who at this crisis would abandon his post to electioneer for a seat in Congress ought to be scalped.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“I who have cursed
The drunken officer of British rule, how choose
Between this Africa and the English tongue I love?
Betray them both, or give back what they give?
How can I face such slaughter and be cool?
How can I turn from Africa and live?”
—Derek Walcott (b. 1930)
“There was something so free and self-contained about him, something in the young fellows movements, that made that officer aware of him. And this irritated the Prussian. He did not choose to be touched into life by his servant.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)