Definition of general officer in English:

general officer

Syllabification: gen·er·al of·fi·cer

noun

An officer ranking above colonel in the US Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps.
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  • Its battle staff, when airborne, was under the command of a flag officer - an Air Force general officer or a Navy admiral.
  • He's not the army general officer from central casting.
  • It consisted of senior Air Force military and civilian logistics leaders and a retired Air Force general officer.

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