The sergeant is the Army.
You know, I was a regular on the Friday afternoon drill squad. Um, which... The year after I left school, I went back and thanked the sergeant major because I was so fit.
I'm like Sergeant Schultz, I know nothing. We are trying to share ideas around the world. We don't just come up with a great idea in Brazil and ignore it in the rest of the world.
My father was a sergeant with the Connecticut state police. My mother was a hairstylist.
The old sergeant from headquarters treats me like a son and takes the greatest pride in whatever I do or write. He regularly assigns me now to certain doors, and I always obey orders like the little gentleman that I am.
A coquette is like a recruiting sergeant, always on the lookout for fresh victims.
My mother was a Northern woman, daughter of Hon. John Sergeant, a distinguished lawyer, and for many years representative in Congress from Philadelphia.
Jimi Hendrix played loud and free, Sergeant Pepper was real to me.
The last thing a sergeant needs when his platoon is under fire is to sign a shipping manifest for ammunition. But the sergeant sure wants to know that the ammunition will be there when it's needed.
We wanted to do something to show our gratitude. We will never forget what Sergeant Jordan did for us.
Of course I'd come down. He was my sergeant major.
The defendant was a recruiting sergeant, a recruiting officer for terrorism and murder.
He's already asked the sergeant 'when is the next task force meeting'.
Who has the power now, the drill sergeant or the trainee? If drill sergeants say, 'Run up that hill,' privates are going to say, 'You sexually harassed me,' ... This is a real risk you run if you find drill sergeant Simpson guilty.
If you convict Sgt. Simpson, you'll be sending a message out to the Army that no drill sergeant is safe.
[The sergeant] did not tell me two times ... He started with profanity and his weapon drawn from the moment I got out of the car.
An investigation has been started. In fact, the staff sergeant in charge of vice is looking into that.
The citizenry has always come to the aid of the military since the revolutionary times. Look, my sergeant major never called me after I got out of the service and asked me how I was doing, if I got a job. I think that is where the need lies.
Reached later, Master Sergeant Corine Lombardo said the soldiers had discussed their answers, but knew what they wanted to say, and practiced to appear articulate before the Commander-in-Chief. And a top spokesman for the Department of Defense also put out a statement trying to further clarify what happened. Saying in part [text on screen] 'No one intended to tell them what to think or how to express themselves. Going through likely questions in advance was meant solely to help the troops feel at ease. We certainly regret any perception that they were told what to say. It is not the case.' Still, what has happened with this is it has been a distraction from the message the White House wanted to give, and that was to highlight tomorrow's vote. Katie?
He lived and breathed being a U.S. Marine platoon sergeant, and he died pulling a fellow Marine to safety.
They had to get somebody. No disrespect to the sergeant because I think he did a lot of good, but the case was circumstantial.
I went in with the rank of private first class and came out with the rank of sergeant. He said he'd give me something higher because I had helped save most of our company, but that all the positions were full.
A master sergeant in the Army is in danger of losing his lavish lifestyle when a Pentagon official threatens to close Fort Baxter.
It could have been a lot worse if the sergeant hadn't turned because the target was not the right thigh.
The ol' Marine sergeant is gone. We're all going to miss him.