sergeant at arms


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sergeant at arms

(formerly) an officer who served a monarch or noble, esp as an armed attendant
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Larkin has served as the Senates Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper since the beginning of the 114th Congress in January 2015.
The Toastmasters Membership award went to Syed Raziulla, and 'best cadet' award to Pareeduddin M for the 'best sergeant at arms'.
Under questioning from Bull's counsel, Turner rejected suggestions that he had been the group's Sergeant at Arms but conceded Bullhad been "blanked" by his co-defendants because the Outlaws' Rule 14 imposed a strict no comment policy on its members.
* Sergeant at arms is Pete DeHaas, appraiser of DeHaas Appraisal Services.
The plaque Virginia is holding recognizes her 55 years of dedicated service to the DAV Auxiliary, 20 years of which were spent as the National Auxiliary Sergeant at Arms; and Commander Cope is holding a framed letter of appreciation presented to Virginia by the DAV Auxiliary State Department of Florida commending her 55 years of dedicated Auxiliary service.
We performed this audit at the request of the former Senate Sergeant at Arms.
SIGNAL Corporation has been awarded a five year contract with an expected value of $100 million through the United States Senate Sergeant At Arms to provide computer help desk support, IT installation and maintenance, and acquisition and inventory for hardware and software for all U.S.
Speaking of Washington insanity, did you know that the office of the Senate Sergeant at Arms has a Director of Communications, Planning, and Policy?
Senator Joel Villanueva also joined the Senate family in mourning the loss of the former sergeant at arms.
Once I have a report and OSAA (Office of the Sergeant at Arms) recommendation then it's easy to decide," Recto, who acts as the officer-in-charge, said on Tuesday.
"The sergeant at Arms has absolute right to ask any member to submit to a search to ensure the House and every member is safe," he said.
If a majority of senators fail to show up during the shutdown, the Senate Sergeant at Arms will be directed to arrest missing senators.