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After taking Boyd into custody, Eugene officers notified the department's on-scene commander, Capt.
Martinez was awarded the FBI Medal for Meritorious Achievement for his service as the FBI's first On-scene Commander of FBI personnel deployed to Iraq during the initial combat phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
As the first--and only--long-range asset to assist in the search, we became the on-scene commander for the rescue effort.
NATO's on-scene commander can request American strikes in the days ahead, in which case they may have to be approved in Washington.
Locklear, the on-scene commander, didn't give details but confirmed that brought to 161 the number of Tomahawk strikes aimed at disabling Libyan command and control facilities, air defenses and other targets since the operation started Mar 26.
And, plans were made for a CortAgra official to provide assistance to the on-scene commander during a blaze.
William Guest, the equivalent to an on-scene commander during the recovery.
A harsh critique of the standoff by an anonymous Navy veteran that is circulating widely claims that Team Obama attempted to micromanage the situation, overruling the on-scene commander and imposing ridiculous rules of engagement that repeatedly prevented the Navy SEAL shooters from taking out the pirates.