Master Sergeant


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Master Sergeant

 

a senior military rank among noncommissioned officers (before 1940, junior command staff) in the armed forces of the USSR. The rank of master sergeant was established in 1935. The corresponding rank in the Soviet Navy is the chief ship petty officer; the navy also has the ranks of chief petty officer and petty officers first and second class.

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COMMANDER THOMPSON: The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pride in presenting the Medal of Honor to Master Sergeant Woodrow W.
Master Sergeant Robert Wheat (ARNG-NCO), telephone (573) 563-7667, e-mail <robert.
I am discouraged that we are seeing shortages in our First Sergeant manning, and that more master sergeants are not taking advantage of this remarkable leadership opportunity.
I was at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey, and we have a big munitions storage area there, and I'm going up to the main guard shack and there's a master sergeant and a technical sergeant standing there.
I love to tell the story of going up to the bomb dump in Incirlik (Air Base, Turkey) and getting saluted by this sharp master sergeant and he is standing there with a sharp tech sergeant, and I say, "How are you?
He attained the highest enlisted grade of Chief Master Sergeant and was recognized as the USAF Outstanding Munitions Manager and Missile Manager of the year.
Participants, ranging in rank from senior airman to chief master sergeant, came from throughout the command and represented the four categories of our program.
Master Sergeant Baker is the Chemical School Operations Noncommissioned Officer.
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where the now-senior master sergeant is first sergeant for the 42nd Medical Group.
He retired from military service in 1967 as an Air Force master sergeant, then worked at Edwards Air Force Base as civilian branch chief of aerospace ground equipment.
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