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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Lambert, CCO, master sergeant; Dixon Correctional Institute, Jackson, La.
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* July 31,2016, senior master sergeant. Effective April 3,2016, change of reporting official EPRs for senior master sergeants will no longer be accomplished.
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Under the new law, the PNP rank classification will still be distinct because the ranks will be preceded by the word "Police" as follows: Director-General to Police General; Deputy Director-General to Police Lieutenant General; Director to Police Major General; Chief Superintendent to Police Brigadier General; Senior Superintendent to Police Colonel; Superintendent to Police Lieutenant Colonel; Chief Inspector to Police Major; Senior Inspector to Police Captain; Inspector to Police Lieutenant; SPO4 to Police Executive Master Sergeant; SPO3 to Police Chief Master Sergeant; SPO2 to Police Senior Master Sergeant; SPO1 to Police Master Sergeant; PO3 to Police Staff Sergeant; PO2 to Police Corporal; PO1 to Patrolman/Patrolwoman.
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