Staff sergeant

IDF Rank: סמ"ר samar (staff sergeant)
Staff sergeant insignia in the Army of Norway.
Rank insignia of Staff Sergeant (中士) in Taiwan.
Rank markings of a Staff Sergeant in the British Army.
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Rank of non-commissioned officer used in the armed forces of many countries.

- Staff sergeant
IDF Rank: סמ"ר samar (staff sergeant)

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Burke, Virginia

Unincorporated section of Fairfax County, Virginia, United States traditionally defined as the area served by the Burke post office .

Unincorporated section of Fairfax County, Virginia, United States traditionally defined as the area served by the Burke post office .

Strip mall in Burke
Map of the Burke CDP
Located in Burke Centre VA, the historic Huldah Coffer House was built in 1876

Ronald J. Shurer, US Army special forces staff sergeant and medic (retired), Medal of Honor recipient

USN insignia with more and less, respectively, than 12 consecutive years of service (12 years of consecutive good conduct is no longer required to wear gold chevrons)

Petty officer first class

Rank found in some navies and maritime organizations.

Rank found in some navies and maritime organizations.

USN insignia with more and less, respectively, than 12 consecutive years of service (12 years of consecutive good conduct is no longer required to wear gold chevrons)
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United States Navy

It is equivalent to the rank of staff sergeant in the Army and Marine Corps, and technical sergeant in the Air Force.

Most recent photo of David Dolby

David C. Dolby

United States Army soldier who received the U.S. military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the Vietnam War.

United States Army soldier who received the U.S. military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the Vietnam War.

Most recent photo of David Dolby

He left the Army that same year with the rank of staff sergeant.

New Senior Airman insignia. Formerly, old "buck sergeant" insignia.

Senior airman

New Senior Airman insignia. Formerly, old "buck sergeant" insignia.
Old USAF senior airman rank insignia 1975-1991

Senior airman (SrA) is the fourth enlisted rank in the United States Air Force, just above airman first class and below staff sergeant.

Ice Cube in 2014

Ice Cube

American rapper, actor, and filmmaker.

American rapper, actor, and filmmaker.

Ice Cube in 2014
Ice Cube as a senior in high school, 1987
Poster for one of N.W.A's first concerts at a Compton skating rink, 1988
A ticket from a 1993 Ice Cube concert in Omaha, Nebraska
Ice Cube performing at Metro City Concert Club in October 2010

In 1999, he starred alongside George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg as a staff sergeant in Three Kings, set in the immediate aftermath of the Gulf War, whereby the United States attacked Iraq in 1990, an "intelligent" war comedy critically acclaimed.

The wreckage of U.S. Air Force CH-53 helicopters Knife 23 (left) and Knife 31 (right), shot down during the battle, lying on Koh Tang's East Beach shortly after the battle

Mayaguez incident

The Mayaguez incident took place between Kampuchea (now Cambodia) and the United States from 12 to 15 May 1975, less than a month after the Khmer Rouge took control of the capital Phnom Penh ousting the U.S.-backed Khmer Republic.

The Mayaguez incident took place between Kampuchea (now Cambodia) and the United States from 12 to 15 May 1975, less than a month after the Khmer Rouge took control of the capital Phnom Penh ousting the U.S.-backed Khmer Republic.

The wreckage of U.S. Air Force CH-53 helicopters Knife 23 (left) and Knife 31 (right), shot down during the battle, lying on Koh Tang's East Beach shortly after the battle
The acting Chairman of The Joint Chiefs of Staff, General David C. Jones (standing), briefs the National Security Council at The White House on possible military options during the second meeting on the Mayaguez crisis on May 12, 1975.
An aerial surveillance photo showing two Khmer Rouge Swift Boats during the initial seizing of the
These 23 USAF Security Policemen were killed when their helicopter crashed due to a mechanical failure.
USAF reconnaissance photo of Koh Tang, showing East Beach and two downed CH-53s (left) and West Beach (right)
USS Harold E. Holt pulls alongside SS Mayaguez to allow the boarding party to board.
1/4 Marines board the Mayaguez.
1/4 Marines reboard USS Harold E. Holt from SS Mayaguez.
USS Harold E. Holt tows SS Mayaguez away from Koh Tang.
U.S. Marines abandon their damaged helicopter Knife 22 in Thailand.
East Beach with Knife 23 at left, Knife 31 at center and a destroyed Khmer Rouge Swift Boat at right
Knife 22 after emergency landing in Trat Province, Thailand
BLT 2/9 Command group disembarks Jolly Green 43 on the West Beach.
Gig of USS Henry B. Wilson rescues USAF personnel.
USAF pararescueman Wayne Fisk guides U.S. Marines to an HH-53.
View of the West Beach from an HH-53
Marines of 3rd Platoon, Company G board Jolly Green 11 to evacuate the East Beach.
Former Knife 22, number 68-10928, upgraded to MH-53M Pave Low on display at Memorial Air Park, Hurlburt Field, Florida

Just after 20:20 USAF Staff Sergeant Robert Velie on the ABCCC aircraft received a radio transmission from an American asking when the next helicopter was coming to extract them.

Wheaton North High School

Public four-year high school in Wheaton, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago.

Public four-year high school in Wheaton, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago.

Robert James Miller (2002), U.S. Army staff sergeant who served in the War in Afghanistan, posthumously received the Medal of Honor (2010); namesake of the school's commons

The song was recorded in one night on Taccone's laptop in the offices of Saturday Night Live in the GE Building.

Lazy Sunday (The Lonely Island song)

Single and short film by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island.

Single and short film by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island.

The song was recorded in one night on Taccone's laptop in the offices of Saturday Night Live in the GE Building.

The video also spawned dozens of response videos, including a West Coast response by actor Mark Feuerstein, an English response by comedian Sam Baron, an Australian response about lawn bowls, a song that defended the honor of the Midwest called "Lazy Muncie," and "Lazy Ramadi," a song by two US Army SSGs based in Ramadi, Iraq.

Misaka in college with Utah in 1946–47

Wat Misaka

American professional basketball player.

American professional basketball player.

Misaka in college with Utah in 1946–47

Misaka was later drafted for World War II and rose to the rank of staff sergeant.

Doolittle taking off from USS Hornet (CV-8) for the raid

Doolittle Raid

Air raid on 18 April 1942 by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu during World War II.

Air raid on 18 April 1942 by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu during World War II.

Doolittle taking off from USS Hornet (CV-8) for the raid
Map showing Doolittle Raid targets and landing fields.
Crew No. 1 in front of B-25#40-2344 on the deck of USS Hornet (CV-8), 18 April 1942. From left to right: (front row) Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle, pilot; Lt. Richard E. Cole, copilot; (back row) Lt. Henry A. Potter, navigator; SSgt. Fred A. Braemer, bombardier; SSgt. Paul J. Leonard, flight engineer/gunner.
Lieutenant Colonel Doolittle wires a Japanese medal to a bomb, for "return" to its originators.
B-25Bs on USS Hornet en route to Japan
Orders in hand, Navy Captain Marc A. Mitscher, skipper of USS Hornet, chats with Lt. Col. James Doolittle.
No.23 Nittō Maru sinking by USS Nashville
One of the Doolittle raiders launching, 18 April 1942
Lt. Col. Doolittle with members of his flight crew and Chinese officials in China after the attack. From left to right: Staff Sgt. Fred A. Braemer, bombardier; Staff Sgt. Paul J. Leonard, flight engineer/gunner; Chao Foo Ki, secretary of the Western Chekiang Province Branch Government. 1st Lt. Richard E. Cole, copilot; Doolittle; Henry H. Shen, bank manager; Lt. Henry A. Potter, navigator; General Ho, director of the Branch Government of Western Chekiang Province.
Robert L. Hite, blindfolded by his captors, 1942
Doolittle received the Medal of Honor in 1942 from President Roosevelt in a ceremony attended by (standing, L–R) Lt. Gen. H. H. Arnold, Josephine Doolittle, and Gen. George C. Marshall.
An injured pilot received the Distinguished Flying Cross at Walter Reed Hospital from Maj. Gen. Millard F. Harmon in 1942.
WWII Army veteran George A. McCalpin (right) talking to Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole (seated) about McCalpin's cousin, raider Sgt. William 'Billy Jack' Dieter, at the 66th anniversary reunion at the University of Texas at Dallas in April 2008
Major Tom Griffin's signature on a B-25 operated by the Tri-State Warbird Museum
A group of 17 B-25s forming up over Wright Field at Wright-Patterson AFB Dayton, Ohio, 18 April 2012, the 70th anniversary of the raid
The NMUSAF Doolittle Raid exhibit. The engine shrouds cover the dissimilar engine exhausts of the 'D' model which varied from the 'B' models flown on the raid.
Raiders' goblets
The restored World War II B-25 Heavenly Body takes off from the deck of USS Ranger (CV-61).
A B-25 Mitchell taking off from {{USS|Hornet|CV-8|6}} for the raid
B-25 Mitchells aboard USS Hornet
Aft flight deck of USS Hornet
B-25 piloted by Capt. York after emergency landing in the Soviet Union
Nose art of "Hari Kari-er"

Two of the missing crewmen, bombardier S/Sgt. William J. Dieter and flight engineer Sgt. Donald E. Fitzmaurice of Hallmark's crew, were found to have drowned when their B-25 crashed into the sea.