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enlisted man

n.
A male member of the armed forces who ranks below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.
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enlisted man

n
(Military) US a serviceman who holds neither a commission nor a warrant and is not under training for officer rank as a cadet or midshipman
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enlist′ed man`


n.
a member of the U.S. armed services ranking below a noncommissioned officer or a petty officer.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enlisted man - a male enlisted person in the armed forcesenlisted man - a male enlisted person in the armed forces
rank and file, rank - the ordinary members of an organization (such as the enlisted soldiers of an army); "the strike was supported by the union rank and file"; "he rose from the ranks to become a colonel"
armorer, armourer, artificer - an enlisted man responsible for the upkeep of small arms and machine guns etc.
charge of quarters - an enlisted man who handles his unit's administrative matters after hours
enlisted person - a serviceman who ranks below a commissioned officer
buck private, common soldier, private - an enlisted man of the lowest rank in the Army or Marines; "our prisoner was just a private and knew nothing of value"
military recruit, recruit - a recently enlisted soldier
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Translations

enlisted man

pl <enlisted men>
n (US) → gemeiner Soldat
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He outlines the army's organization for each year between 1862 and 1865, with commander names at each level; the strength of each unit by year, including the number of officers and enlisted men present, totals presents and absent, and the number of artillery pieces; and casualties for each battle and campaign, listing the unit and commander's name, number of troops, number killed and wounded, number missing, total casualties, and percentage of those present who became casualties.
Officers quibbling and enlisted men griping are common occurrences, and Rocky's diary, and his son's supporting narrative, contains a good number of accounts of dissatisfaction in the ranks.
'Professional officers set the standards for the enlisted men to follow.
An Army colonel whom I won't name for obvious reasons told me enlisted men will not join superior officers who will rebel against the government.
Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque argued that the amnesty given to Trillanes and the officers and enlisted men involved in the uprisings against then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was invalid because it was approved by former defense chief Voltaire Gazmin, not Aquino.
Gold Cross, Silver Cross and Military Merit Medals were awarded to several officers and enlisted men who served in Marawi City.
Synopsis: "Blitzkrieg: From the Ground Up" by Niklas Zetterling (a military historian and researcher at the Swedish Defense College) is an examination of the German Blitzkrieg operations from Poland to Operation Barbarossa, as experienced by junior commanders and enlisted men, exploring why they were so successful.
A comprehensively detailed work of definitive scholarship, "Blitzkrieg: From the Ground Up" by Niklas Zetterling (a military historian and researcher at the Swedish Defense College) is an examination of the German Blitzkrieg operations from Poland to Operation Barbarossa, as experienced by junior commanders and enlisted men, exploring why they were so successful.
Williams (platoon commander), and 69 enlisted men. Second Lieutenant Williams was the only member of the Military Police Corps.
It blamed the embarrassment on a long list of errors and bungles by everyone from enlisted men to a captain.
On July 18, 1914, "the Aviation Section (of the U.S.-Signal Corps) had 19 officers and 101 enlisted men, Air Force Reserve Command historians wrote in "The First Wings of War: Air Force Reserve in World War I." By December 1914, the-Aviation Section had grown to 44 officers, 224 enlistee!

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