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''Arguably'', it simply means, "''temporarily performing the duties of''."
 
''Arguably'', it simply means, "''temporarily performing the duties of''."
  
[[Lance Bombardier]] - Temporarily performing the duties of a [[Bombardier]] on the way to becoming a [[Bombardier]] when one can then instruct another [[Lance Bombardier]] to, "''temporarily perform the duties of''...."
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[[Lance Bombardier]] - Temporarily performing the duties of a [[Bombardier]] on the way to becoming a [[Bombardier]] when one can then instruct another [[L/Bdr]] to, "''temporarily perform the duties of''...."
  
 
See also: [[Corporal]], [[Lance Corporal]], [[Lance Sergeant]]
 
See also: [[Corporal]], [[Lance Corporal]], [[Lance Sergeant]]
  
 
Archaically, a long, pointy stick wielded from the back of a horse - superseded by the bayonet - and a defining attribute of various Christian Saints (St George, St Barbara, and St Michael among others)when represented in art.
 
Archaically, a long, pointy stick wielded from the back of a horse - superseded by the bayonet - and a defining attribute of various Christian Saints (St George, St Barbara, and St Michael among others)when represented in art.

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Arguably, it simply means, "temporarily performing the duties of."

Lance Bombardier - Temporarily performing the duties of a Bombardier on the way to becoming a Bombardier when one can then instruct another L/Bdr to, "temporarily perform the duties of...."

See also: Corporal, Lance Corporal, Lance Sergeant

Archaically, a long, pointy stick wielded from the back of a horse - superseded by the bayonet - and a defining attribute of various Christian Saints (St George, St Barbara, and St Michael among others)when represented in art.