• a personnel manager
  • 人事担当重役
  • cutbacks in personnel
  • 人員の削減
  • sales [medical, technical] personnel
  • 販売員[医療関係者,技術者]
  • 16 more park personnel were assigned the role of liaisons with the media where fire fighting manpower was concentrated.
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  • A second ceremony for 300 relatives of the hospital ship's personnel was held aboard HMAS Manoora on 24 September.
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  • A similar group of Air Force personnel arrived at Oak Ridge in September 1946 with the aim of developing nuclear aircraft.
  • Wikipedia: Manhattan Project
  • A volunteer force was formed as Australia's contribution to the British Commonwealth Occupation Force (BCOF) in Japan, and Australia provided the BCOF's headquarters and a high proportion of its personnel.
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  • According to a survey conducted in 1944, the number of smokers increased in the Wehrmacht, but average tobacco consumption per military personnel declined by 23.4% compared to the immediate pre-World War II years.
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  • After Guadalcanal, Allied personnel regarded the Japanese military with much less fear and awe than previously.
  • Wikipedia: Guadalcanal Campaign
  • All personnel can fire their weapons from inside the vehicle, and the VCTP's turret is armed with Rheinmetall's Rh-202 20 mm (.79 inch) autocannon.
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  • Although the United States and Japan have been strong allies since the end of World War II, the accident involving Ehime Maru showed that the relationship is not always completely harmonious, especially with regard to incidents in which U.S. military personnel or assets injure or kill Japanese citizens or damage their property.
  • Wikipedia: Ehime Maru and USS Greeneville collision
  • As a result, the Vietcong were able to more effectively penetrate the villages to access supplies and personnel.
  • Wikipedia: Pham Ngoc Thao
  • As part of the closing ceremony, personnel of No.
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  • At the time, American entertainers, including Bob Hope, were in Saigon to perform for US personnel.
  • Wikipedia: 1964 Brinks Hotel bombing
  • At the time, there was a severe wastage of personnel due to the placement of refugees in land that was inappropriate to them.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Passage to Freedom
  • Department of Defense announced that it would pay U.S.$100,000 in compensation to the families of each of the non-U.S. personnel killed in the incident.
  • Wikipedia: 1994 Black Hawk shootdown incident
  • Furthermore, the attacks were carried out by American-trained Special Forces personnel funded by the CIA, and presented Lodge with a fait accompli.
  • Wikipedia: Xá Lợi Pagoda raids
  • He expedited supply shipments, and made the required personnel available.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Milne Bay
  • However Iraqi fire did manage to destroy one Saudi V-150 armored personnel carrier.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Khafji
  • However, personnel and supplies were being diverted to the Great Lakes, causing shortages that would keep her in Boston intermittently with her sister ships Chesapeake, Congress, and President for the majority of the year.
  • Wikipedia: USS Constitution
  • In 2009, all uniformed personnel (players, managers, coaches, and umpires) wore number 42 on April 15.
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  • Its personnel served as a liaison between British military and political interests and the German agencies on the border.
  • Wikipedia: Inner German border
  • Naval personnel worked quickly to contain the fires and to prevent other explosions.
  • Wikipedia: Port Chicago disaster
  • Nine military personnel and five civilians were also wounded by approximately 100 bombs dropped on Darwin during the raid.
  • Wikipedia: No. 1 Wing RAAF
  • Of the 314 personnel aboard Voyager at the time of the collision, 14 officers, 67 sailors, and 1 civilian dockyard worker were killed, including Stevens and all but one of the bridge crew.
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  • On August 28, 150 U.S. personnel flew to Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture, and the occupation of Japan began.
  • Wikipedia: Surrender of Japan