After 18 months as a troop commander her potential as an elite rower became apparent and she has been allowed to put her army career on hold to focus on her 2012 Olympic ambitions.
What does TC stand for?
TC stands for Troop Commander
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- Trilateral Commission
- Trinamul Congress (Indian political party)
- Trinity College
- Trinity Cross
- Trip Current (minimum current that will trip a fuse)
- Triple Champion
- Triple Crochet
- Trivandrum Corporation (India Government)
- Tronc Commun
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I know that no apology can bring back the lives of the children or the people who perished in this tragedy and this accident, but I want you to know that you have my apology and we will do the right thing by the families," said the NATO troop commander, U.
Foreign troop commanders say the Taliban and other insurgents frequently hide among the local population in a bid to protect themselves, but forces operate under strict rules of engagement meant to minimise civilian casualties.
Civilian casualties in military operations are highly sensitive in Afghanistan as coalition troops battle to curb a Taliban-led insurgency ahead of a planned handover troop commander in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, would be among the first areas to be handed over to Afghan security forces in a transition process designed to allow foreign troops to leave by late 2014.
The White House said on Thursday that the Pentagon would "soon" issue guidance to troop commanders on how to handle a court order lifting the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
Governor's spokesman Mohammad Daud Ahmadi told Pajhwok Afghan News on Tuesday the decision was jointly taken by Afghan officials and foreign troop commanders.
Without anyone in the Pentagon or White House making a ruling, and without their being the center of a national debate, women have just gone ahead and assumed so many combat roles that their service as gunners, checkpoint guards, patrol leaders and troop commanders has changed military culture on its own.
Confirmation is near impossible, but British troop commanders believe that UK nationals are among the enemy dead.