colour sergeant


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color sergeant

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(Military) a sergeant who carries the regimental, battalion, or national colours, as in a colour guard
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"I foolishly went to his room to scare him, to salvage some dignity, that he would say, 'No, I shouldn't have done that, colour sergeant.'" Norwood will be sentenced on October 10.
Private Alex Isaac, Colour Sergeant Martyn Horton and | |Private Douglas Halliday were killed in Afghanistan
He has been named as Colour Sergeant Alan Cameron from 1st Battalion Scots Guards.
Colour Sergeant Alan Cameron, 42, of 1st Battalion Scots Guards, suffered serious head injuries when he was caught in a blast near Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, last April.
But we knew this was a bit different, especially when we were dealing directly with Adrian Beckett, the Colour Sergeant of the Band of the Welsh Guards.
Colour Sergeant Garry Graham, 36, of Kilmarnock, and Sergeant Kieran Campbell, 27, from Glasgow, appeared at Folkestone magistrates' court in Kent on Monday, charged with possessing explosives unlawfully.
Our viewing pleasure comes from seeing them change their ways, of course, and not from watching the thieving, anti-social herberts receive an ear-splitting, fear-dripping, spit-laden close-range "beasting" from Colour Sergeant Tim Weston.
AN ARMY colour sergeant has told a court he attacked a fellow soldier with a machete "to put the fear of God into him" in order to restore some "dented pride".
Kris said he was flattered to receive a Royal Humane Society resuscitation certificate alongside the three Windsor men, Captain James Sandilands, 32, Colour Sergeant Andrew Gardner, 30, and 25-year-old Sergeant James Nunn.
Colour Sergeant Martyn Horton, from Runcorn, Private Douglas Halliday, from Wallasey, and Private Alex Isaac, also from Wirral, along with Lance Corporal David Ramsden, from Leeds all from the 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) - died in the incident.
January 17, 1915: Sgt Instructor Jackson Sutcliffe, of Elland - who had served in the South African campaign and was colour sergeant to the Elland company of Territorials - died suddenly, aged 43.
Colour Sergeant Jamie Pallister, from Teesside, was only 35 when he was found dead at RM Condor, the home of 45 Commando in Arbroath.