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Sgt.

or Sgt or SGT
abbr.
sergeant

Sgt

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Sergeant
2. (Law) Sergeant
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Sergeant

Sgt.

Sergeant.
Translations
رَقيب
seržant
sergentSgt
seržants

Sgt

written abbreviation
sergeant.
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This strategic acquisition of SGT builds on previous acquisitions of Wyle and HTSI and will be an important accelerator to KBR's strategy to increase technology and mission capabilities.
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We always talk about it," Guggenheim said of bringing Sgt.
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Pictured left, in 2000, are Cleveland Army Cadets, from left: Lance Cpl Adam Harrington, Cadets John Paul Coxon, Perry O'Kane and Sgt Cheryl Todd
Sgt Kinder was a schoolteacher and a father-of-three when he went off to war .
Sgt Foster's daughter Hazel Snedker, 75, was at the service at the Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in Durnbach, near Munich.
A group gathered for the ceremony held last week at the cemetery - to rededicate two new headstones bearing the names of each individual crew member, including Sgt Williams.
SGT Jimmy was a Fire Team Leader in the 1st Battalion 187th Infantry Regiment,3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division on his third deployment in a combat zone.
Zeneski, found no cause for the town to take disciplinary action against Sgt.
Flt Sgt Ellis was the oldest member of the seven-man crew who never returned from the fateful flight - and their families never knew where and how they died.
They cut the term to 12 months, said it should be suspended, and ordered Sgt Nightingale's release.