Morsy appointed 90 members to the council, including Major General Adel Morsy, the former Chief of Military Justice.
What does CMJ stand for?
CMJ stands for Chief of Military Justice
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 26 other meanings of CMJ in our Acronym Attic
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- Cigar Makers' International Union (est. 1864)
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- Canadian Military Journal
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- Chinese Medical Journal
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- Civil Marriage Celebrant (Australia)
- College Mathematics Journal
- College Media Journal
- Colloque Médical du Jeudi (French: Medical Symposium of Thursday)
- Compagnie Maxi Jeux (French entertainment company)
- Complete Metal Jacket
- Conseil Municipal des Jeunes (French: Municipal Youth Council)
- Counter Movement Jump (sports)
Samples in periodicals archive:
155) The structure was then staffed with a theater-wide, joint focus in mind: first, an Army lieutenant colonel replaced an MNC-I-era Army captain (O-3) (156) to become the first USF-I Chief of Military Justice (CoJ); an Air Force major, highly experienced in military justice, took over the position of USF-I Senior Trial Counsel; and out of the two USF-I trial counsel, one was a Navy Lieutenant (O-3), and one an Army Captain.
When the 101st Airborne took over the Combined Joint Task Force command headquarters, Johnson served as the command's chief of military justice for all U.
I am a captain in the Army Judge Advocate General Corps and serve as chief of military justice for LSA Anaconda, Balad, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.