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How many steps does the CSM or senior sergeant march and halt the color guard in front of and facing the commander of the colors?
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Asked in US Army
What is a rear detachment commander first sergeant?
Two entirely different things. The rear detachment First Sergeant, is someone is assigned in such a role, is the senior noncommissioned officer of that detachment, whereas the commander is the one actually in charge - typically, this will be a commissioned officer, although it is possible that an NCO could be tasked to fulfill the role.
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What services of the Queensland police service get paid?
Asked in Military Terminology
Can you address a senior master sergeant as Senior?
Asked in World War 2
Who were the commanders in the Battle of Midway in World War 2?
What are the duties of a sergeant major?
There's a few different positions for a Sergeant Major. A Command Sergeant Major will be the senior noncommissioned officer of a Battalion or larger sized element, while a Sergeant Major will typically be in a staff position, and may serve as the senior NCO of that staff. They are primarily responsible for the noncomissioned officers under them.
How high is a first class sergeant in the army?
What is a senior enlisted person in cadet company?
Who is the senior enlisted person in the cadet cpmpany?
What does a sergeant major do?
Depends on their specific function. A Sergeant Major will typically be the senior noncommissioned officer of a staff office, while a Command Sergeant Major will be the senior noncommissioned officer of an element ranging in size from a Battalion to an Army Group, and will have an overall responsibility of and to all noncommissioned officers under them.
Asked in US Army
Who is the senior enlisted person in cadet battalion?
Asked in US Marine Corps
In a group of enlisted captives an E-5 Marine Sergeant is the second most senior person in the group and disputes an E-9 Navy Corpsman's assertion that he is the senior?
Who is Robert e lees senior corps commander at Gettysburg?
Which rank is higher than a Staff Sergeant?
In the US Army, the next rank above Staff Sergeant would be Sergeant First Class, followed by Master Sergeant and First Sergeant (both grade E8), then by Sergeant Major and Command Sergeant Major (both grade E9). Sergeant Major of the Army is the seniormost noncommissioned officer rank in the US Army. In the US Marine Corps, the next rank above Staff Sergeant (E6) would be Gunnery Sergeant (E7), followed by Master Sergeant and First Sergeant (E8), Master Gunnery Sergeant and Sergeant Major (E9), then Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps. Unlike other military branches of the US Armed Forces, where Staff Sergeant is pay grade E6, Staff Sergeant in the Air Force is pay grade E5 - equivalent to a Sergeant in the Army or Marine Corps. It is followed by Technical Sergeant (E6), Master Sergeant (E7), Senior Master Sergeant (E8), Chief Master Sergeant and Command Chief Master Sergeant (E9), and, finally, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, who - like the Sergeant Major of the Army and the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps - is the most senior noncommissioned officer in the entire branch. The British, Commonwealth, and some European forces end their enlisted ranks at Staff Sergeant (or equivalent), and rate enlisted personnel senior to Staff/Colour Sergeants as Warrant Officers.
Asked in US Air Force
Which are the ranks of air force?
The enlisted ranks are from lowest to highest. Airman Basic Airman Airman First Class Senior Airman Staff Sergeant Technical Sergeant Master Sergeant Senior Master Sergeant Chief Master Sergeant The Officer ranks from lowest to highest Second Lieutenant First Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General General of the Air Force
Asked in Military Terminology, US Marine Corps
What is a non commissioned officer?
Non-commissioned officers (NCO) are those from the enlisted men or women who hold the rank of Corporal or equivalent (two chevrons), through to those who hold the most senior Sergeant (or equivalent) rank. Warrant Officers, although considered to be the most senior of non-commissioned officers, are a breed apart and known as the backbone of the military. Also look up NCO Creed and read that to get a idea. The ranks differ from each military service. In the U.S Army the NCO's are: Corporal (CPL) Sergeant (SGT) Staff-Sergeant (SSG) Sergeant First Class (SFC) Master Sergeant (MSG) First Sergeant (1SG) Sergeant Major (SGM) Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Sergeant Major of the Army (SMA) In the Air Force, a NCO or Non-commissioned officer, is an E-5 (4 stripes with a star) or above. The US Air Force NCO ranks are as follows: Staff Sergeant (SSgt) Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Master Sergeant (MSgt) (Can also be a First Sergeant: 1MSgt) Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt) (Can also be a First Sergeant: 1SMSgt) Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt) (Can also be a First Sergeant: 1CMSgt) Command Chief Master Sergeant (CCMSgt) Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF)