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Monday, April 19, 2021

This retired Army lieutenant colonel got a pretty big promotion — in another country’s military | Army Times

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A retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel got a pretty big promotion after he went to work for the United Arab Emirates, where he now heads the nation’s Joint Aviation Command and National Search and Rescue Center as a major general.

Stephen Toumajan retired as an Army lieutenant colonel in 2007, according to a recent report by Buzzfeed.com.

At some point, he went to work for the UAE, and in a video posted on the Department of Defense’s photo and video sharing website, while with his UAE soldiers at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California, he says, “I am a major general for the United Arab Emirates.”

Source: This retired Army lieutenant colonel got a pretty big promotion — in another country’s military | Army Times

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