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Aug 15 2019

A sergeant major is an appointment, not a rank. It is normally held by the senior warrant officer of an army or marine unit. These appointments are made at several levels, for example: the senior warrant officer of a company, battery or squadron; the senior warrant officer of a battalion or regiment. The title normally consists of the unit title (e. g. ‘company’) followed by ‘sergeant major’, and abbreviated by the initials (e. g. CSM). A sergeant major of a regiment or battalion is known as a regimental sergeant major, rather than a “regiment sergeant major” or “battalion sergeant major”. In the Australian Defence Force, in addition to CSMs and RSMs, the most senior warrant officer of the army carries the appointment (and special insignia) of Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army (RSM-A).

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