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Lt colonel Nikos Georgiades, an officer in the Ordnance Corps, told the court of a meeting held at the Defence Ministry on February 7, 2011, where he warned politicians of the risk of keeping the munitions in containers for an extended period of time.
The Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame was established on May 9, 1969 to recognize and memorialize persons who made a positive, significant contribution to the U.
The Ordnance Corps has evolved over the years, and our current mission statement is as follows: Trains Ordnance Soldiers and leaders in technical skills, values, common tasks, and the Warrior Ethos.
The additional facilities will assist the school with the growth in student population that has been experienced since the course was transferred from the Ordnance Corps in 2004.
The army's ordnance corps deals with and supplies ammunition to the armed forces deployed all over the country.
At the time Phylis was in the Land Army and Selwyn was in the Royal Ordnance Corps.
Mr Baker got his first job aged 19 - after completing his National Service with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps.
His foreign awards include the Canadian, Thai, British, Jordanian, and Saudi Parachutist Wings, the German Efficiency Badge, the Quartermaster Corps Military Distinguished Order of Saint Martin, and the Ordnance Corps Order of Samuel Sharpe.