U.S. Marine Corps Dictionary

Commander in Chief

The President of the United States (POTUS). Prior to 2002, it was also used to indicate the senior officer in a unified command. In June of 2002, the Secretary of Defense decreed that the only the POTUS can serve in this position.


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