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  • 1 NCOS — This article is about the Network Computer Operating System. For Non Commissioned Officers, see NCOs. NCOS NCOS screenshot Company / developer Acorn Computers, Pace Working state Historic Available language(s) English …

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  • 2 NCOS — National Commission on Space USA seit 1985 …

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  • 3 NCOS — National Commission on Space USA seit 1985 …

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  • 4 NCOs — NCO (noncommissioned officer) n. n.c.o., military officer who does not hold a commission, enlisted soldier given a position of command over other enlisted troops, noncom, officer without a commission (Military) …

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  • 5 NCOS — nepos consul …

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  • 6 NCOS — abbr. Network Computer Operating System (OS, Oracle, Internet) abbr. Non Concurrent Operating System (OS, UNIVAC 9200, UNIVAC 9300) comp. abbr. Network Computer Operating System …

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  • 7 Non-commissioned officer — A non commissioned officer (sometimes spelled noncommissioned officer, abbreviated to NCO or non com (US)), called a sub officer in some countries, is a military officer who has not been given a commission.[1][2][3] Non commissioned officers… …

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  • 8 Battle Command Knowledge System — The Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS) is the change agent for implementing knowledge management (KM) capabilities into the training and military operations of the United States Army. BCKS is headquartered at the U.S. Army Combined Arms… …

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  • 9 Air Training Corps — Infobox Military Unit unit name=Air Training Corps role=Volunteer Youth Organisation garrison=RAFC Cranwell garrison label=Headquarters motto= Venture Adventure current commander= Air Commodore Ian R W Stewart current commander label= Cmdt AC… …

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  • 10 1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment — The [http://www.canadiankangaroos.ca 1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment] was unique in the history of the Canadian Army in that it was unit formed on foreign soil and disbanded on foreign soil.Lineage*Kangaroo Squadron created 26 Aug 1944… …

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  • 11 Sergeant — For other uses, see Sergeant (disambiguation). Common anglophone military ranks Navies Armies Air forces Officers Admiral of the fleet Marshal / fi …

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  • 12 Finnish military ranks — form a system that incorporates features from Swedish, German, and Russian armed forces. In addition, the system has some typically Finnish characteristics that are mostly due to the personnel structure of the Finnish Defence Forces. The ranks… …

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  • 13 Marine non-commissioned officers' sword, 1859-present — USMC Model 1859 NCO Sword Type Sword Place of origin USA …

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  • 14 Feldwebel — is a German military rank which has existed since at least the 18th century with usage as a title dating to the Middle Ages. The word Feldwebel is usually translated as sergeant being rated OR 6 in the NATO rank comparison scale, equivalent to… …

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  • 15 Marine Noncommissioned Officers' Sword, 1859-Present — Infobox Weapon name= USMC Model 1859 NCO Sword origin= USA type= Swordis bladed= Yesservice= USMC used by= Noncommissioned officers wars= Mid 19th and early 20th centuries designer= Modeled on U.S. Army M1850 foot officers’ sword design date=… …

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  • 16 Military ranks of Serbia — Military of Serbia …

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  • 17 Military rank — This article is about the military use of the term rank. For other uses, see Rank (disambiguation). Warfare Military history Eras Prehistoric …

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  • 18 Grande Armée — La Grande Armée Active 1805–15 Country …

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  • 19 Mess — For other uses, see Mess (disambiguation). A mess (also called a messdeck aboard ships) is the place where military personnel socialise, eat, and (in some cases) live. In some societies this military usage has extended to other disciplined… …

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  • 20 Uniform of the Union Army — A plate showing the Union uniform of 1858, influenced by the French army The Uniform of the Union Army was widely varied and, due to limitations on supply of wool and other materials, based on availability and cost of materials during the United… …

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