enlisted person


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Noun1.enlisted person - a serviceman who ranks below a commissioned officer
enlisted man - a male enlisted person in the armed forces
enlisted woman - a female enlisted person in the armed forces
kitchen police, KP - an enlisted person who is assigned to assist the cooks
military man, serviceman, man, military personnel - someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force; "two men stood sentry duty"
soldier - an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
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Wojcik will continue to represent a current or former officer or enlisted person in the Michigan military establishment who is a member or retiree under the Michigan Military Provisions.
Out of all of this, it was decided a senior enlisted advisor was needed, someone who had the enlisted person's mentality, experience and tenacity to be honest with Navy leadership about real challenges concerning the enlisted force.
Forced to kneel by her Pasdar captors, blindfolded with a rifle pointed at her, this junior enlisted person leaned over and activated an emergency signal to tell commanders back in Bahrain that something had gone very wrong.
54% of units surveyed did not have at least one officer and one senior enlisted person for designation as ORM assistants that were qualified in the fundamentals of ORM and had completed the executive overview e-learning courses.
Boyd is also a two-time recipient of the Enlisted Person of The Year award, as well as a four-time recipient of the Enlisted Person of the Quarter award.
How would the average enlisted person hear a statement like: "I was born again after attending Billy Graham's crusade in Atlanta in 1971"?
Wood said the qualifications or experiences any chief or senior enlisted person has are invaluable and can be related to issues the midshipmen might be facing as they transition into the fleet.
In 1909, the military authorized one enlisted person to be assigned to the chaplain to assist him in the performance of his official duties.
2 : an enlisted person in the navy or coast guard ranking above a seaman apprentice
Presiding over the everyday activities of the 2,900 enlisted men and women aboard is a master chief, the highest-ranking enlisted person aboard.
This training is "going on in parallel to our civilian life, in order to remain a credible, deployable military officer or enlisted person," she said.
This training is "'going on in parallel to our civilian life, in order to remain a credible, deployable military officer or enlisted person,'" she said.

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