Entry from US English dictionary
A noncommissioned officer in the US Army ranking above first sergeant.
- It's far better to let your troops have the rest of the day off, and meet informally with your command sergeant major and executive officer.
- ‘I realize that you get a lot of respect being the man you are,’ Jonathan wrote in a July 24 letter to his dad, the command sergeant major of the 1st Armored Division Engineer Brigade.
- I've had several other problems with them and have been denied to see my command sergeant major and inspector general.
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Syllabification: com·mand ser·geant ma·jor
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