army volunteer

army volunteer

To select, nominate, or assign someone to carry out a task or duty that they are unwilling or unprepared to undertake. My boss always army volunteers me to pick up lunch for the office.
See also: army, volunteer
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According to sources, one of the three two star generals are expected to be appointed as Lieutinent General, Army Commander, - Major General Boniface Perera Commandant Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force, Security Forces Commander - West Major General Sudantha Ranasinghe, and the Chief Staffs Major General Mahesh Senanayake.
Commandant, Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force, Major General Channa Goonetilleke, was the chief guest on the occasion and distributed prizes to winning and runners-up teams said a press release received here on Tuesday from Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Though he joined the SS in 1932, Reinefarth served initially as a highly regarded defense attorney and, in the first stages of the war, as a decorated army volunteer.
Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff, Commandant, Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force and several Directors also participated in the presentation of briefing to Pakistan\'s Army Chief.
I believe the plan was make all these lads and girls redundant, hoping they would all join the reservists or as, when I was serving, the Territorial Army Volunteer Reserves.
He was a 16-year-old Serbian Army volunteer, born in Crmnica, shot in Belgrade by an Austrian Danube Flotilla vessel that very first day of the war.
White has been a Salvation Army volunteer for the past 45 years.
And last night, the families of two Territorial Army volunteer soldiers were left devastated after the pair died on a march as temperatures soared to 29C (84F) with health warnings issued for much of the country.
A TERRITORIAL Army volunteer has been signed up to help to find new TA recruits.
In November, a Salvation Army volunteer dropped off tags with information about children and their holiday gift wishes, including their name, age and clothing sizes.
The Army Volunteer Corps is a commander's program to maximize volunteering via community and individual opportunities for Army personnel and their Families.
Jean recalls her most "dramatic volunteering" experience was as a Army Volunteer in New Orleans after Hurricane Betsy in 1965.
She helped 15-year-old Carbon Army volunteer Rose Stevens at the event to construct fencing, plant trees and prepare the compost area ahead of a new planting season.
A Lithuanian army volunteer has been sentenced for attacking a popular Lithuanian singer Berneen Cereska.
According to Judy Baldwin, a freelance writer in Cedar Rapids and a Salvation Army volunteer who rode in Materi's canteen truck about two dozen times, the dedicated aid worker visited the city's Czech Village neighborhood so often he became a familiar friend to residents and contractors alike.
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