Commander's call

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A commander's call is typically a mandatory gathering in which a commander speaks to his or her people (i.e. in the Air Force, those assigned to his or her wing, group, squadron, or flight, depending on the position of the commander) regarding pertinent current or upcoming information (such as a work section opening/closing, or a new program being implemented) or concerns (such as an increase in Driving Under the Influence incidents). Commanders are usually required to address their people quarterly per year (at a minimum).

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Commander's Standup the opposite of commander's call, where the commander gets briefed regarding the happenings in the group