1916, Members of the Woman’s Fire Brigade with their chief officer. | 25 Stunning Vintage Photographs Of Female Firefighters

Very inspiring photos of women during WWI. We stand on the shoulders of giants. - Members of the Women's Fire Brigade with their Chief Officer, March 1916

WRINS (WRENS from India!) on study visit to UK bases, June 1945 - Chief Officer Margaret L Cooper, Deputy Director of the Women's Royal Indian Naval Service (WRINS), with Second Officer Kalyani Sen, at Rosyth during their two-month study visit to Britain. [Wonderful draped uniform skirt that Officer Sen is wearing!] in the Imperial War Museum.

A Chief Officer Margaret L Cooper Deputy Director of the Women's Royal Indian Naval Service (WRINS) with Second Officer Kalyani Sen WRINS at Rosyth during their two month study visit to Britain

Freiherr von Richtofen, chief officer of Legion Condor.In Berlin on its return from Spain, 1939 |

Generalfeldmarschall Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen, chief officer of Legion Condor on its return from Spain, 6 June

Madison [Alabama] Police Chief: Officer charged with assault, also recommended for termination after incident that severely injured Indian man—Sureshbhai Patel (Photo: family)

Sureshbhai Patel: Indian Man Goes For A Walk In Wealthy Alabama Town, Gets Severely Beaten By Police

How rethinking chief-officer titles can land more broads in the boardroom

Making the Modern Female Executive

How rethinking chief-officer titles can land more broads in the boardroom

Well, this is not a jewel exactly, but a really beautiful key. The interlaced initials MR crowning the top of this key stand for Mary Regina (Queen). Ceremonial keys were worn by the Lord Chamberlain, chief officer of the royal household, as an emblem of office.  Chamberlain’s key with crowned cypher of Mary II (1662-1694) Date: ca. 1685–95 Culture: British Medium: Steel

The interlaced initials MR crowning the top of this key stand for Mary Regina (Queen). Ceremonial keys were worn by the Lord Chamberlain, chief officer of the royal household, as an emblem of office.

Huge news I'm so excited to share with you It was announced at Younique's Empower You trainings by Jesse Allen chief officer of product development that in the next few years we will be doing business in all 5 skincare industries Including: Makeup(already rocking) Skincare(more products coming) Personal Products such as lotions, bath gels ect. Hair Care Fragrance 1-5+ years of plans. So, to be in this company now to be apart of this new develop is EPIC. I can't wait to see what comes next

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It’s not surprising Disney chose this character bird to be Zazu, Mufasa’s Chief Officer in The Lion King – standing here in full uniform with his ‘hands’  behind his back.  If you look closely, the story of a yellow-billed hornbill is told in graphite in...

It’s not surprising Disney chose this character bird to be Zazu, Mufasa’s Chief Officer in The Lion King – standing here in full uniform with his ‘hands’ behind his back. If you look closely, the story of a yellow-billed hornbill is told in graphite in...

Police Chief: Officers’ Use “Pain Compliance Techniques” On 16-yo Boy is “Nature of our Business”

Police Chief: Officers’ Use “Pain Compliance Techniques” On Boy is “Nature of our Business”

Deputy police chief, officer in Florida town were members of the KKK, the FBI alleges

Today's WTF story - Man suspected of sex crime on child steals plane, declares ‘I’m a pedophile’ over radio

The Original Star Trek Crew In Old Naval Uniforms by Young Rascal Science Officer Spock, Commanding Officer James T Kirk, Helmsman Hikaru Sulu and, Chief Medical Officer Leonard McCoy, Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott, and Communications Officer Nyota Uhura - created via https://pinthemall.net

The Original Star Trek Crew In Old Naval Uniforms by Young Rascal Science Officer Spock, Commanding Officer James T Kirk, Helmsman Hikaru Sulu and,. - a grouped images picture

"Portrait of Isaac Sweers, Chief Officer of Amsterdam and Governor of the Dutch East India Company," Cornelis Troost, 1730-1740; Rijksmuseum SK-A-1608

Portrait of Isaac Sweers, Chief Officer of Amsterdam and Governor of the Dutch East India Company, Cornelis Troost, 1730 - 1740 - Rijksmuseum

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