troop officer

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ktm

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I understand "troop" as well as "oficer", but what does it mena together? Is it any well defined rank, mayby troop commander or any officer belonging to the troop?
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It was our troop officer, and on arrival he made very scathing remarks about the line being out for so long, about our brewing-up and finally asked me if I wanted him to do my job for me
 
  • KenInPDX

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    US English
    In this case, I think it means the troop commander. "Troop officer" is not a defined rank, however. In general, it just means an officer associated with the troop, but that implies that the officer is in command of the troop since officers, by definition are those who command.
     
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