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  Warrant Officer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This rank is held by the Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army (RSM-A).
WO2s holding Sergeant Major or Corporal Major appointments are often referred to as the "Sergeant Major" or the "Corporal Major", but WO1s are only ever referred to using their full appointment or its abbreviation (the "RSM" or the "Garrison Sergeant Major", for instance).
WO2s are commonly addressed as "Sergeant Major", "Corporal Major" or "Q" (for Quartermaster Sergeants) as appropriate (or as "sir" or "ma'am").
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warrant_Officer   (4378 words)

  
 The Irish Brigade History
New recruits were finally received by the 116th in the spring of 1864, and six new companies: E, F and G from Philadelphia, H, I, and K from Pittsburgh and surrounding area, brought the regiment up to full strength for the first time.
Though the majority of its men were now new recruits, the regiment fought with its characteristic steadiness and gallantry throughout the Spring Campaign of 1864.
There were major immigration periods in the 1830s, 1840s, and 1850s; the numbers steadily increased until, according to the 1860 census, well over one and a half million Americans claimed to have been born in Ireland.
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 First World War Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
John William Gower RFA Diary of Corporal (Acting Sergeant) of the Royal Field Artillery 1914-1915.
The Regimental Warpath 1914-1918 Orders of battle for units of many of the Allied nations in the Great War.
Fovant badges Information and photos of the giant regimental badges that were carved into the chalk hillsides near this Wiltshire village by soldiers during or just after the Great War.
www.firstworldwarlinks.com /mainlinks.html   (5794 words)

  
 Northerners abroad
Major George W. NICHOLSON, M.C., was born in New Zealand, but moved to British Columbia, Canada in 1910, later serving in WWI and WWII.
World War, the Canadian Militia was renamed as the Canadian Army and January 1940 saw Dad posted to the rank of Acting Sergeant Major at Saskatoon in Saskatchewan.
In October 1949 Dad became a Canadian Citizen and by November 1951 he was back at the Rank of Warrant Officer Class 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major) at the big army establishment at Camp Borden, north of Toronto where he was Garrison Sergeant Major.
www.northpennineancestors.co.uk /Northerners.htm   (10118 words)

  
 IOBA Standard - Printable Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Granted there were nuns and corporal punishments involved and until I discovered I was a bookseller, they weren't good for much of anything except reading inscriptions on buildings and the thing at the end of the movie next to the MPAA rating.
Once in a while a gem, more of a garnet such as a Civil War regimental history, rather than a ruby, such as one signed by Grant or Lee, would turn up but again, considering the demographics, not much more could be expected.
All three are overviews in which I've tried to emphasize the major books and ephemera of the period.
www.ioba.org /newsletter/V13/printable.php   (20927 words)

  
 Milk Creek Mercantile Co - Civil War Sutler
Our regimental sack coats have a stand-up collar, pocket on the inside left front, and a 7 button front.
This style of sack coat is shorter than the standard sack coat.
Regimental Sack Coat - Unlined 55.00 Regimental Sack Coat - Lined 75.00
www.milkcreek.com /htmlcat.html   (2812 words)

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