Major general

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MAJOR GENERAL. A military officer, commanding a division or number of regiments; the next in rank below a lieutenant general.

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The officers designated to become one-star and two-star generals came from the MND, the Presidential Office, National Security Council and National Security Bureau, it added.
He was promoted as a two-star General - Major General on April 2009.
8220;When my medevac flight from Germany landed and they rolled me out the back of the C-130 in the freezing cold, a two-star general came up and covered me with a quilt,” remembers Daughenbaugh.
Salahuddin HaiderPakistan was rife with speculations of an army backlash in the wake of brutal killing of two high profile military officers, including a two-star general and a colonel in the tribal belt near Afghanistan border last week.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan has expressed grief and sorrow over the killing of a two-star general of Pakistan army, a senior officer and a soldier in an improvised explosive device (IED) attack claimed by the banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in Upper Dir.
Hun Manet, a two-star general, already has at least seven different positions and units in the government and in youth activities.
During Zhu's presentation, the two-star general, who is dean of Defense Affairs for China's National Defense University, pinpointed three different areas at the root of bilateral strain.
On August 24, the Cambodian National Police arrested the two-star general Deputy Chief of Staff of the Infantry Division of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces and his bodyguard for narcotics trafficking.
Major General Shahida Malik who became the country's first two-star general and Hina Tahir, the first female fighter pilot of the Pakistan Air Force, have showed young girls that the military could also serve as a viable, competitive and fulfilling option for Pakistani women.
His comments in the media interview prompted a quick response from the NATO coalition which immediately relieved the two-star general of his duties.
Army, assigned as an aide to a two-star general in the Pentagon on the morning of Sept.
Chedister's boss then hired a retired Air Force two-star general who worked with him for the next two and a half months.