platoon sergeant


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platoon sergeant

n.
The senior noncommissioned officer in an army platoon or comparable unit.
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1) According to the 3d Platoon sergeant, the company adjusted to the new role quickly; technical proficiency at consequence management, hazardous response, and other critical CBRN training increased--and the airborne community took notice.
He served three years as a 68W instructor/writer at the Department of Combat Medic Training (DCMT) and is currently serving as a medical platoon sergeant (PSG) with the 173rd Airborne Brigade.
For HHC, the S2 shop, Platoon Sergeant, Squad Leaders and First Sergeant deserve the bulk of credit for executing this mission at such a high level of success.
My platoon sergeant and I were assigned to the 10th AAMDC and were tasked as antiterrorism officers (ATOs) for the duration of the exercise.
Our platoon sergeant says we need to get endorsements For air brakes now, but I'm having no luck finding any info on CDL training.
He left in 1989 and re-joined the 1st Battalion, The Yorkshire Volunteers, becoming the Platoon Sergeant and was steadily promoted up the ranks to his current rank of WO2, whereupon he took over the running of the Recruit Training Team.
The story follows the exploits of a single platoon led by Sergeant Spears, which includes 16-yearold Private Johnny Hawke whose own enlistment was influenced by the platoon Sergeant and the stories he shared of army life in Johnny's sitting room when courting the boy's sister.
The platoon sergeant is stationed at Durai Junction, outside Gereshk, where British soldiers have been pushing into Taliban heartlands.
From being a squad leader, section sergeant, platoon sergeant, first sergeant, sergeant major and command sergeant major, CSM Ramos always promoted professionalism throughout his Army career.
He was my platoon sergeant and was strict because he had to be but he treated me with amazing kindness as he knew I was a young recruit when I joined him.
Sergeant Grant Lewis, his platoon sergeant, said: "He was always first to volunteer, no matter what the job.