Origin of commissioned officer
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How to use commissioned officer in a sentence
“Barbarism,” said retired NYPD Officer Jim Smith on Thursday.
In the first episode, an officer is shown video of himself shooting and killing a man.
That officer fretting about his “stance,” we learn, is plagued by PTSD that cripples him both on the job and at home.
Smith attended both funerals as a cop and as the husband of Police Officer Moira Smith, who died on 9/11.
The al Qaeda-linked gunmen shot back, but only managed to injure one officer before they were taken out.
But the cavalry officer melted imperceptibly out of her existence.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
The engineer officer charged with preparing the line of retreat reported that the one bridge across the Elster was not sufficient.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
That woman meant mischief, or she would never have dared to suggest that a British officer should throw in his lot with hers.
My orders ought to have been taken before a single unwounded Officer or man was ferried back aboard ship.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
Malcolm reined up, and soon a British officer appeared round a bend in the road.
British Dictionary definitions for commissioned officer
Cultural definitions for commissioned officer
An officer of a country's armed services whose rank is confirmed by a government document (a commission). In many countries, including the United States, commissioned officers in the navy are those of the rank of ensign and above, and in the army and air force those of the rank of lieutenant and above.