company sergeant major

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Related to Company Sergeant-Major: Regimental Sergeant Major

company sergeant major

n
(Military) military the senior Warrant Officer II in a British or Commonwealth regiment or battalion, responsible under the company second in command for all aspects of duty and discipline of the NCOs and men in that subunit. Abbreviation: CSM Compare regimental sergeant major See also warrant officer
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The Germans we were up against on this operation put up a pretty good fight," acknowledged Company Sergeant-Major John Kemp, "they were as good as us.
Company Sergeant-Major Stephen Devlin, 38, of Irvine, Ayrshire, a married dad of two girls, said: "The guys here are awesome.
VC winners include Company Sergeant-Major Martin Doyle of the Royal Munster Fusiliers who won the VC for carrying a wounded comrade back to safety under heavy fire, then returning to free a group of men pinned down by German forces before defending a tank under merciless fire, then going on to take the enemy position.
June 11, 2007: Company Sergeant-Major Neil Powell was reportedly surrounded and taunted by a group of Muslim women at Selly Oak.
The incredible story of D-Day's only Victoria Cross winner, Middlesbrough-born Company Sergeant-Major Stanley Hollis, is told in a revealing new book.
June 11,2007: Company Sergeant-Major Neil Powell was reportedly surrounded and taunted by a group of Muslim women at Selly Oak.
Company Sergeant-Major Hollis won one of the most famous Victoria Crosses of the war on June 6, 1944, in the Normandy landings.
Following behind him was the OC, the RSM taking notes, the Company Sergeant-Major and your Platoon Commander.
The former company sergeant-major from Broxburn, West Lothian, learned his new computer skills on a training programme called InfoRM.