He has 20 years of service, including platoon sergeant, maintenance control sergeant, motor sergeant, battalion supply sergeant, and recovery noncommissioned officer, and is a master resiliency trainer.
What does SUPSGT stand for?
SUPSGT stands for Supply Sergeant
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Supplemental Reports Created by OIC (Officer in Charge)
- Stanford University Petroleum Research Institute (Stanford University Department of Energy Resources Engineering; Stanford, CA)
- Sharjah Urban Planning Symposium (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)
- Socialist Union of Polish Students
- Start Up Protection System
- Summer University Project School (Association des Etats Généraux des Etudiants de l'Europe)
- Supplementary Services (Australian child services)
- Supply Squadron
- Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (US Navy NAVSEA)
- Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion & Repair
- Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Newport News (also SOSNN)
- Supporting Situation
- School/University Partnership Team (Western Michigan University)
- Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training
- Substance Use Posttraumatic Team
- Superintendent, Naval Observatory (US Navy)
- Sindacato Unitario Pensionati in Uniforme (Italian: Retired Uniformed Services Trade Union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Another casualty was Staff Sergeant Carlos Lazaney Rodriguez, 38, of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, who served as a unit supply sergeant with deployments to Kuwait and Iraq.
Ammo would be readily available from my company supply sergeant, or I could "borrow" some from an officer.
He served as an Army supply sergeant in the 82nd and 101st Airborne divisions during World War II.
supply sergeant, knows first-hand the value of the training.
According to the history of the operation posted on its Web site, a National Guard supply sergeant named Darrel Bruner was looking for ideas to get more books and DVDs to the soldiers.
Due to the supply sergeant and all of the Soldiers of C Battery efforts, high praise was received for the outstanding inspection results and preparedness resulting in zero significant outstanding issues.
Jim was like the old Army supply sergeant that you read about in magazines or see in old World War II movies.