What is the rank of a sergeant
Sergeant (German) 
Noun, m[To edit]
 Rank badge one Sergeantof the Panzer Grenadiers
 Early modern sergeant
No longer valid spellings:
- Under · sub · of · fi · zier, plural: Under · sub · of · fi · zie · re
- IPA: [ˈʊntɐʔɔfiˌt͡siːɐ̯]
- Audio samples: Sergeant (Info)
-  Military, no plural: Rank of a soldier
- [1a] Bundeswehr, no plural: between the corporal corporal and the staff sergeant, lowest rank of sergeant without portepee
- [1b] Wehrmacht, National People's Army, no plural: between the corporal and the sergeant major
-  Military: Rank group,
- [2a] Armed forces: which includes the ranks from NCO  to Oberstabsfeldwebel
- [2 B] Wehrmacht: which includes the ranks from non-commissioned officer  to staff sergeant
-  Person holding the rank of non-commissioned officer
-  U, Uffz
- Determinative compound under- and officer
-  Marine:Mate
Sense releated words:
-  Roman Army:Princeps
Female word forms:
-  colloquial:Sergeant
-  Rank
-  Rank group
-  person
-  by unit or type of service:Artillery sergeant, telephone sergeant
-  by rank:NCOs with portepee, NCOs without portepee
-  The Bundeswehr knows the rank of Sergeant.
- [1, 2] A sergeant is a Sergeantalthough he does not have the rank of Sergeant holds.
-  "I am Sergeant become. "
-  "The Sergeant went on."
-  “A glimpse of the Sergeant Zache met me. "
-  “It is said that the Sergeant Stephan was hit in the trenches by a shot from the enemy artillery. "
-  "One of the officers and two of the NCOs spoke a little English. "
- NCO rank
References and further information:
- [1–3] Wikipedia article "NCO"
-  Digital dictionary of the German language "Unteroffizier"
- [*] University of Leipzig: Vocabulary portal "NCO"
- [1, 2, 4] Duden online "NCO"
- [*] Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm: German dictionary. 16 volumes in 32 sub-volumes. Leipzig 1854–1961 "Unterofficier"
- ↑Ernst Toller: A youth in Germany. Reclam, Stuttgart 2013, ISBN 978-3-15-018688-6, page 72, first edition 1933.
- ↑Hans Herbert Grimm: Schlump. Novel. 2nd Edition. Kiepenheuer & Witsch, Cologne 2014, ISBN 978-3-462-04609-0, page 145, first edition 1928.
- ↑Ludwig Renn: War. Structure, Berlin 2014 (first published in 1928), ISBN 978-3-351-03515-0, quotation on page 26.
- ↑Björn Kuhligk, Tom Schulz: Rhine trip. Influence. His people. His stories. Orell Füssli, Zurich 2017, ISBN 978-3-280-05630-1, page 285.
- ↑James Fenimore Cooper: Ned Myers or A Life Before the Mast. 3. Edition. mareverlag, Hamburg 2017 (translated by Alexander Pechmann), ISBN 978-3-86648-190-9, page 325. English original 1843.
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