chief master sergeant

noun

Definition of chief master sergeant 

: a noncommissioned officer in the air force ranking above a senior master sergeant

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Steve Mooney serves as a chief master sergeant in the Air National Guard and has been deployed five times. Colin Campbell, baltimoresun.com, "Cockeysville equine arena, dedicated to Kevin Kamenetz, will treat vets with PTSD," 20 May 2018 The bride’s father retired as a chief master sergeant in the Air Force and worked for the United States Civil Service Commission in Washington. New York Times, "Heather Chronis, Michael Danek," 8 Apr. 2018

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1959, in the meaning defined above

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chief master sergeant

noun

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: a noncommissioned officer in the air force ranking above a senior master sergeant

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