On January 8, 1942, Technician Third Class (T/3), Technician Fourth Class (T/4), and Technician Fifth Class (T/5) were added to the rank insignia. On September 4, 1942, a "T" was added to the standard chevron design that corresponded with that grade. A technician was not addressed as one such, but rather as the neighboring rank in its pay grade (T/5 as Corporal; T/4 as Sergeant; T/3 as Staff Sergeant). A technician did not have the authority to give commands or issue orders. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Army_enlisted_rank_insignia_of_World_War_II
Gunnery Sergeant is pay grade E7, and the equivalent Army rank is Sergeant First Class.
Sergeant First Class
It simply Translates to Senior Sargeant. In Russian its like this "ста́рший сержа́нт"
in the army its staff sergeant.
Sergeant is a higher rank than Corporal.
Master Sergeant in the Army is pay grade E8. First Sergeant is the other Army E8 rank.
Lowest officer rank (second lieutenant) is higher than the highest enlisted rank (sergeant of the army).
it is an old school army rank, equivalent to todays army Sergeant E5 Actually it is equivalent to a corporal E4, not an E5. a Tech rank was authorized in 1942 and done away with in 1948. a Tech 5 = E4; while a Tech 4(3 stripes)=a sergeant
Poe was discharged from the army with the rank of Sergeant Major.
Sergeant Major of the Army is the highest rank NCO.
In most armies, it's Sergeant. Some armies are structured a little different, though. For example, the Canadian Forces has a "Master Corporal" rank which is equivalent to a US Army Sergeant, while the French equivalent is "Corporal-Chef", which comes between Corporal and Sergeant.
The military or police rank is spelled sergeant. (normally a non-commissioned enlisted rank)
There is no such rank as Medic Sergeant Major of the Army. There is a Sergeant Major of the Army and regardless of his specialty, it is just SMA.
An E-9 in the Army is the pay grade that denotes the rank of Sergeant Major, Command Sergeant Major, and Command Sergeant Major of the Army.
Sergeant Major of the Army
Anyone in the US Army can lose their rank - in the late 1990s, the Sergeant Major of the Army was demoted. It's not as easy for an SFC to lose their rank as, say, a Specialist or Sergeant, but it can happen.
No, there wasn't.
See http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/Wa/Warrant_officer.htmlAssuming the info in the above link is accurate, the equivalent rank would be First Sergeant, since US Army Companies usually have a First Sergeant as their non-commissioned officer in charge (NCOIC); not always, however.
The correct spelling for the military rank is Sergeant.Sergeant is also used as a rank in most Police Forces around the world.The insignia badge is normally 3 stripes.
Sergeant Major of the Army.
Elvis was a SERGEANT in the Army
In the US Army, most major units have a Sergeant Major (E-9).