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used in Zero Day

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the people expected to obey orders in an organization — such as employees of a firm or soldiers in the military
  • He knew this because his employer, the United States Army, was very good at measuring its personnel.
    p. 7.3
  • White smiled at the description often given to the highly trained field investigative personnel of the 701st CID.
    p. 19.3
  • He was a civilian now, as were all of the personnel at DIA's Counterintelligence and Security.
    p. 223.8
  • We've never had any problems in this office regarding personnel.
    p. 226.7
  • The personnel of J23 were analysts and graphic artists, about two dozen in total, who methodically built the briefing book each week, using intelligence input not only from DIA but also from other agencies like CIA and NSA.
    p. 229.2
  • Puller looked the other way and watched as kids of Pentagon personnel played inside the fence of a daycare center within the Pentagon grounds.
    p. 231.4
  • And military personnel lower in rank could have their legal counsel argue that you had intimidated their clients by shoving your rank in their face.
    p. 236.8
  • On the walls were pictures of Carson with an array of high-ranking military personnel and politicians.
    p. 246.2

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