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Troops led by young sergeants and lieutenants are directly coordinating with civil authorities on the ground with relatively few cues from senior leaders, according to Col.
Catalan police chief Josep Lluis Trapero said the driver of a Ford Focus rammed the control post and wounded a sergeant.
Born and raised in Israel, Maya Scwartz served as an Israeli Defense Force army drill sergeant with a combat unit for two years.
There have been similar crimes in other cities as well, such as the murder last summer of three Baton Rouge police officers by a former Marine sergeant.
The officers were instructed to file the documents by the sergeant in charge that night of the venue detail, police chief Steve Neubauer said.
To start, police sergeant Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire) has lived through hell.
Matthew C. Lewellen U.S. Army The victims of the shooting were 27-year-old Lewellen, a staff sergeant; Staff Sgt.
An hour later, a local police sergeant was sent to notify her parents.
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Origin and Etymology of sergeant
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
SERGEANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sergeant for English Language Learners
: an officer of low rank in the army or marines
: an officer in a police force with a rank below captain or lieutenant
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