company sergeant major

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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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Rank: Battery Sergeant Major Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery Age: 36 Date of death: 30-8-1916 Buried at: Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt A Edwards Son of Mrs JE and the late George Edwards, of 102 Plassey Street.
The pair played Battery Sergeant Major Williams and Gunner "Lofty" Sugden in the popular BBC sitcom about members of a Royal Artillery Concert Party in India and Burma during the Second World War.
Battery Sergeant Major Williams would shout and scream his way into the consciousness of the British public between 1974 -81, courtesy of the popular BBC sitcom It Ain't Half Hot, Mum.
He was described by Battery Sergeant Major Tudor Williams (Windsor Davies) like:"Is it a mushroom?
William Thorne, of Windy Nook Gateshead, born 1882, died September 26, 1917, aged 35: William was a Battery Sergeant Major.
The day before Mr Dickson, who served as a battery sergeant major with the 86th Field Regiment, stormed Gold Beach he and his men were held at Needles off the Isle of Wight in their boats awaiting the signal to cross the Channel.
We stayed in the former home of the Battery Sergeant Major of the castle, an elegant four-storey Georgian house sleeping up to six guests.
Capt Kidd was serving as a lieutenant in November, 2004, when the battery captain and battery sergeant major were sent to fight in Iraq.
Holidaymakers can choose from the elegant four-storey former residence of the Battery Sergeant Major of Dover Castle or Pavilion Cottage in the grounds of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, which was used as a cricket pavilion by the Royal Naval College.
Battery Sergeant Major Steve Lavis from the Welsh Gunners said: "We were delighted to transport Anita across the floods and we'll be lining the truck with white tarpaulin to make sure her ivory wedding dress is not spoilt.
In 1939 he was called to serve with the 8th Army in North Africa attaining the rank of battery sergeant major and was involved at El Alamein.
Robin Patterson, Perth AIt was Windsor Davis, best known for his role as Battery Sergeant Major in sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum.