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Definitions of commanding in various dictionaries:
verb - be in command of
verb - make someone do something
verb - demand as one's due
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Obviously in charge|
|Type of lead|
|Impressive chap died during Advent|
|Powerful democratic republic not finished around 2001?|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Jul 9 2015 USA Today|
|Nov 12 2012 Universal|
|May 14 2005 The Times - Cryptic|
|Oct 7 2002 The Times - Cryptic|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Having command controlling.|
|Dominating, as by magnitude or position: took a commanding lead at the polls a commanding view of the ocean.|
|(in military contexts) having a position of authority.|
|(of a place or position) dominating from above giving a wide view of an area.|
|used of a height or viewpoint|
|of the highest rank used of persons|
|give an authoritative or peremptory order.|
|dominate (a strategic position) from a superior height.|
|be in a strong enough position to have or secure.|
|having the authority to give orders:|
The commanding officer (CO) or, if the incumbent is a general officer, commanding general (CG), is the officer in command of a military unit. The commanding officer has ultimate authority over the unit, and is usually given wide latitude to run the unit as they see fit, within the bounds of military law. In this respect, commanding officers have significant responsibilities (for example, the use of force, finances, equipment, the Geneva Conventions), duties (to higher authority, mission effectiveness, duty of care to personnel), and powers (for example, discipline and punishment of personnel within certain limits of military law).|
* In some countries, commanding officers may be of any commissioned rank. Usually, there are more officers than command positions available, and time spent in command is generally a key aspect of promotion, so the role of commanding officer is highly valued. The commanding officer is often assisted by an executive officer (XO) or second-in-command (2i/c), who handles personnel and day-to-day matters and a senior enlisted advisor. Larger units may also have staff officers responsible for various responsibilities.