first sergeant

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Synonyms for first sergeant

a sergeant in the Army above the rank of staff sergeant and below master sergeant

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I would advise those brigade commanders, BEB commanders, headquarters company commanders and first sergeants, operations sergeants major, and anyone else who is still not convinced of this to try it.
Don't make first sergeants and commanders decide the fate of your career," Jones said.
He was also the first sergeant of the 4th Chemical Company, Camp Casey, Korea, and the 11th Chemical Company and Chemical Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Academy, Fort McClellan.
An example of this is training SFCs to perform the duties of a First Sergeant or Master Sergeant, while setting the stage for his or her development as a CSM/SGM.
On the morning of 4 October, the company commanders and first sergeants gathered in front of DISCOM headquarters for an invigorating run while toting rubber M16 rifles.
As first sergeants you join the heritage of great enlisted leaders serving since the days of General George Washington.
I'm sure that wasn't in his plans," said the former first sergeant, who retired from the Air Force in July 2003.
Army Recruiting School, Station Commander Course, Nurse Recruiting Course, Faculty Development Courses and the Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course, the First Sergeants Course and the U.
On hand at the barbecue to help organize and direct the operation were members of the First Sergeants Association from Edwards Air Force Base.
Several posts offer a five-day orientation course designed to familiarize commanders and first sergeants with local policies and procedures.
While serving overseas, Earl was transferred to the Signal Corps and became Battalion Sergeant Major, supervising the First Sergeants of various companies.
General (Donald) Cook (Commander, Air Education and Training Command), Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Murray and our former Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force, Command Chiefs, First Sergeants, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, I'm honored and humbled to be here tonight to accept this award and to address this audience of devoted airmen and their families.
The course, equivalent to 30 classroom hours; gives commanders and first sergeants the tools and knowledge to manage their own safety programs.
First sergeants and operations officers are asked to do many tasks; now imagine trying to do these without a designated vehicle.