Recent Examples of enlisted from the Web
Strickland also is accused of showing disrespect by refusing to properly address an unnamed sergeant major, the most senior enlisted rank in the Corps.
But decades earlier women made essential contributions during the first World War—in factories, certainly, but also as nurses, volunteers for aid groups abroad, and, like Creveling, as the first enlisted women in the United States military.
The dead included three nurses, two medical officers, a Red Cross worker, 14 enlisted men and six patients.
Originally used as a plotting room for the West Battery at Fort Stevens, the War Games Building also served as a dormitory for enlisted men, and housed the officers’ quarters.
Also, there would be a service unit would have 40 officers and 700 enlisted men.
My inbox was flooded from enlisted and officers of lower ranks.
Separately Tuesday, the Navy published a notice to would-be contractors of plans to build a barracks complex for 848 enlisted troops assigned to the prison staff.
There was much talk of a Broadway berth for the show, which was attached to the longtime Chicago director David Cromer and explores both a love affair between two enlisted men and the gay underground network of the era.
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Definition of enlisted for English Language Learners
: serving in the armed forces in a rank below the rank of officers
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