drill master

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Noun1.drill master - a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and disciplinedrill master - a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
enlisted officer, noncom, noncommissioned officer - a military officer appointed from enlisted personnel
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They were followed by Crafted (Saleem Golam) and Drill Master (Faleh Bughanaim).
I have plenty of experience with changing pipe in multi-pass operations, and while I may beat the system over a couple of holes, it usually beats me over the course of a few hours of drilling," said Atlas Copco Drill Master Bryan Scoggin.
Jos, who was working as a drill master in Grupo 105, was the 24th miner to reach the surface.
In 1872 a Buckinghamshire teacher protested that he was "the parson's fag, the squire's doormat, church scraper, professional singer, sub-curate, land surveyor, drill master, club collector, parish clerk, letter writer, librarian, washerwoman's target, organist, choirmaster, and youth's instructor" (60).
Robert Smyth was 37 when he died while working for the US oil rig Drill Master, near the Norwegian city of Stavanger.
Insurance Agency; secretary/treasurer, Alan Murphy, Southern Pacific Railroad, retired; board member at large, Guy Mattoon, Eugene Police, retired; drill master, Melissa Engeman, with Sew-on Embroidery; past captain, Larry Baurer, owner of Baurer Enterprises; and training officer, Phil Richey, U.
Ron Harmon, a 27-year veteran and drill master for the recruits at Station 81, said he marvels at all the technology available to firefighters today.