army volunteer

army volunteer

To select, nominate, or assign someone to carry out a task or duty that he or she is 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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DATE: National Volunteer Week: April 22-28, 2001 Salvation Army volunteer opportunities: ongoing CONTACT INFORMATION: To learn more about making a difference in your community, call The Salvation Army Volunteer Program at 215/787-2970 or visit www.
Salvation Army volunteer and Master Clown, Steven Gailey, will provide special entertainment for the younger audience, including balloon animals, tricks and a viewing of his 102-foot rainbow scarf.
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.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Student in Rhode Island School of Design Young Artist Certificate Program, Grades 10-12; varsity softball, Grades 9-12, Rookie of the Year, Grade 9, co-captain, Grade 12; peer leader, Grade 12; Special Olympics volunteer, Grades 9 and 10; Relay for Life, Grades 9-12; the Salvation Army volunteer, Grades 10-12; dancer in Marianapolis Dance Program, Grades 10-12; dancer at Canty Dance Center, Grades 9-12; class secretary, Grades 9 and 10; Student Council treasurer, Grade 11; Marianapolis' Summer of Service, Grade 12; American host in Marianapolis' American Host Family Network, Grades 9-12.
A TERRITORIAL Army volunteer has been signed up to help to find new TA recruits.
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.
After they all returned safely from Afghanistan, these Territorial Army volunteer reservists deserved their place in the autumn sunshine ready to receive their operational medals from Prince Charles in an hour-long ceremony.
Speaking at the event, Ms Dimmock said: "I was pleased to sign up as a Carbon Army volunteer.
Cpl Boote was a Territorial Army volunteer who put himself forward for duty in Helmand Province.
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.
Whoever the volunteer, whatever the work, the contributions are priceless, said Kim Taylor, Army Volunteer Corps coordinator at Fort Sam Houston, where volunteers logged 236,000 hours of work last year.
Corporal Pritchard, a father-of-two and a Territorial Army volunteer from Bridgend in Wales, sustained multiple gunshot wounds and would have died almost instantly, Home Office Pathologist Dr Ian Hill said.
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