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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Personal recollections go back some years, but I warrant the caustic humour of the Regimental or Company Sergeant-Major still prevails.
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.
Following behind him was the OC, the RSM taking notes, the Company Sergeant-Major and your Platoon Commander.
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.