Third sergeant

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Specialist rank in the Singapore Armed Forces.

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A platoon sergeant at the Officer Candidate School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, dedicated to training, educating, evaluating and screening the many candidates who go through the course and turning them into Marine leaders.

Platoon sergeant

Senior enlisted member of a platoon, who advises and supports the platoon's commanding officer in leading the unit.

Senior enlisted member of a platoon, who advises and supports the platoon's commanding officer in leading the unit.

A platoon sergeant at the Officer Candidate School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, dedicated to training, educating, evaluating and screening the many candidates who go through the course and turning them into Marine leaders.

For NSF soldiers (conscripts), platoon sergeants are selected as third sergeants.

A Wehrmacht infantry Gruppe with the MG 34 in the light machine gun role

Section (military unit)

Military sub-subunit.

Military sub-subunit.

A Wehrmacht infantry Gruppe with the MG 34 in the light machine gun role

Singapore Army's infantry section consists of seven men led by a Third Sergeant and assisted by a Corporal or Corporal First Class as 2IC.

Crest of the Singapore Armed Forces

Specialist (Singapore)

In the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), specialists are the group of ranks equivalent to non-commissioned officers in other armed forces.

In the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), specialists are the group of ranks equivalent to non-commissioned officers in other armed forces.

Crest of the Singapore Armed Forces

Third sergeant (3SG)

Index of Singapore-related articles

List of Singapore-related articles by alphabetical order.

List of Singapore-related articles by alphabetical order.

Third sergeant

Crest of the Singapore Armed Forces

Second sergeant

Specialist rank in the Singapore Armed Forces.

Specialist rank in the Singapore Armed Forces.

Crest of the Singapore Armed Forces

Second sergeants are rank above third sergeants, but below first sergeants.

Two corporals (left) and a first sergeant (right) from the Singapore Armed Forces Provost Unit providing security cover for the 2000 National Day Parade at the Padang, Singapore.

Singapore Armed Forces ranks

The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has five rank schemes for active and reservist personnel, with a sixth for the auxiliaries of the SAF Volunteer Corps.

The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has five rank schemes for active and reservist personnel, with a sixth for the auxiliaries of the SAF Volunteer Corps.

Two corporals (left) and a first sergeant (right) from the Singapore Armed Forces Provost Unit providing security cover for the 2000 National Day Parade at the Padang, Singapore.
Master Sergeant Tay (left) with a second sergeant (centre) and third sergeant (right) of the 36th Battalion, Singapore Combat Engineers
Colonel Joseph Leong, Republic of Singapore Navy (right) shakes hands with Captain Al Collins, United States Navy (left) in Changi Naval Base during exercise Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) 2006. Both officers are of similar rank but bear different rank titles and insignia.
A Military Expert 3 (right) with other soldiers of the Republic of Singapore Air Force at the 2014 Singapore Airshow. A Military Expert 2 (left) is identifiable with an abbreviated rank title on his name tape even though the rank insignia on his chest is obscured.

This rank is considered equivalent to a private, and is worn until they graduate from SCS, upon which they attain the rank of third sergeant (3SG).

New Zealand Army soldiers with NZLAVs during "Exercise Hellfire" at Waiouru Army Camp in 2009

Waiouru Military Camp

Camp of the New Zealand Army in the central North Island of New Zealand near Waiouru.

Camp of the New Zealand Army in the central North Island of New Zealand near Waiouru.

New Zealand Army soldiers with NZLAVs during "Exercise Hellfire" at Waiouru Army Camp in 2009

This resulted in the death of two full-time Singaporean national servicemen; Third Sergeant Ronnie Tan Han Chong and Lance Corporal Low Yin Tit.

Lord Lindley, the last English Serjeant-at-Law

Jonathan Christian

Irish judge.

Irish judge.

Lord Lindley, the last English Serjeant-at-Law

He was appointed Third Sergeant later the same

Platoon of marines from the United States Marine Corps.

Platoon

Military unit typically composed of two or more squads, sections, or patrols.

Military unit typically composed of two or more squads, sections, or patrols.

Platoon of marines from the United States Marine Corps.
Platoon ("Zug" in German) of the German Bundeswehr

A typical infantry platoon consists of three seven-man sections of riflemen and a machine gun team, both commanded by third sergeants, a platoon sergeant and a platoon medic for a total of 27 soldiers.

Henry Joy (judge)

Irish judge.

Irish judge.

He took silk in 1808, and became Third Sergeant in 1814, Second Sergeant in 1816 and First Sergeant in 1817.