What does CSM stand for in the army?
The word ARMY was not intended to be an acronym for anything. Army simply means a group of men that are armed to fight other groups of armed men.
In the Army, Command Sergant Major
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"North Korea has the largest standing army of any nation its size."
integer for int csm is a distrebuted programming language
'Army' is not an acronym. It does not stand for anything.
Airforce rejected me yesterday. Aren't really marines yet.
According to Joint Publication 1-02 (JP 1-02) "Department ofDefense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms" as amendedthrough 15 February 2016, a spot report (SPOTREP) is… "A concisenarrative report of essential information covering events orconditions that may have an immediate and significant effect oncurrent planning and operations that is afforded the mostexpeditious means of transmission consistent with requisitesecurity. Also called SPOTREP. (Note: In reconnaissance andsurveillance usage, spot report is not to be used.) (JP 3-09.3)" . A spot report is used to quickly update the commander regardingsignificant changes in the situation. JP 1-02 also defines the acronym SPOT as: SynchronizedPredeployment and Operational Tracker. This is NOT the same asSPOTREP (which is defined as "SPOTREP - spot report" in Appendix Aof JP 1-02. Synchronized Predeployment and Operational Tracker is an enterpriseapplication associated with the Joint Asset Movement ManagementSystem (JAMMS) (source: http : // www . acq . osd . mil / log / ps/ . spot . html / JAMMS_Info_Sheet-final.pdf).
In any kind of open bay housing, be it a structure or tent, at least one person will be up at all times (it's typically done in one hour shifts). This is a fire watch. Respons…ibilities will include keeping a lookout for fires, ensuring security of sensitive items, and responding to any situations which may develop while the remaining personnel are asleep.
A standing force is an active force which is maintained not only during wartime, but during peacetime, as well.
Assuming you are referring to the U.S. Army or Marine Corps rank of Command Sergeant Major (CSM), you would directly address them as Sergeant Major. A Non-Commissioned Office…r holding the appointment of Company Sergeant Major in the British Army is also addressed as "Sergeant Major".
A 'standing army' is the basic army that a country keeps up in time of peace. During wartime this would be aided by reserves and possibly conscripts.