DOL

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DOLDepartment Of Labor
DOLDirectorate Of Logistics
DOLDepartment of Licensing
DOLDead on the Law
DOLDirty Old Lady
DOLDivision of Licensing (various organizations)
DOLDolce (music; sweetly, softly)
DOLDeauville St-Gatien (airport; France)
DOLDII (Defense Information Infrastructure) Online
DOLDivision of Occupational Licensing (Alaska)
DOLDiscount Off List Price
DOLData on Line
DOLDigital Optical Link
DOLDepartment of Livestock (various nations)
DOLDe Oppresso Liber (Latin: To Liberate the Opressed; gaming clan)
DOLDirect On Line (method of starting an electric motor)
DOLDivision of Labour
DOLDaily Oral Language (education)
DOLDays of Our Lives (TV soap opera)
DOLDate Of Loss (insurance)
DOLDirector of Logistics
DOLDegree of Liking (food science)
DOLDegree of Operating Leverage (accounting)
DOLDay of Life
DOLDream of Life (book and album)
DOLDay of Launch
DOLDoctor of Literature
DOLDying of Laughter
DOLDisplay Oriented Language
DOLData Object List
DOLDelta Obstruction Lighting (aircraft warning light systems)
DOLDieing of Laughter
DOLDude of Life
DOLDispersed Operating Location
DOLSaint Gatien airport, France (airport code)
DOLDirector Of Laboratories
DOLDemocracy On-Line
DOLDispersed Operations Location
DOLData Off-Loading
DOLDienst Openluchtleven (Dutch)
DOLDigital Orchid Library
DOLDeloitte Online (Collaboration Site)
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In high demand for their adaptability, cultural acumen, language and specialty skills, Special Forces Soldiers take great pride in their official motto "De Oppresso Liber." This Latin phrase meaning, "To Liberate the Oppressed," references one of their primary missions: training and combat-advising foreign indigenous forces.
I earned the beret and, during a significant portion of my active duty career, had the privilege of serving in the organization whose collective motto is De Oppresso Liber (To Free the Oppressed).