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field officer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfield officerˈfield ˌofficer noun [countable]  1 British English someone who works for an organization whose job involves practical outdoor work, especially work connected with the countryside2 an officer of high rank in the British army
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field officerSince the field officer is a loner, he controls his output to a substantial degree.The field officer, after all, has the power to make a discharger spend a substantial sum of money.
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