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master sergeant

Translation of master sergeant in Spanish:

noun

  • (in US)
    sargento (masculine) mayor
    Example sentences
    • By July, I was getting a fair share of the test hops and getting to know the grizzled old master sergeant who ran the engineering section.
    • A senior first lieutenant commanded the FASCO and a master sergeant served as the noncommissioned office in charge.
    • Initially, this key faculty element was made up of a mixture of master sergeants, sergeants major, captains and majors.

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