Salzman is a 30 year Air Force veteran, who recently retired at the rank of command chief master sergeant.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Chief Master Sergeant (US Air Force; usually seen as CMSgt)
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- Military and Government
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We have 1152 other meanings of CMS in our Acronym Attic
- Charlestown Middle School (Jeffersonville, IN)
- Charlotte Motor Speedway
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (North Carolina)
- Chase Merchant Services
- Chemical Management Services
- Chemical Management System
- Chemistry and Materials Science
- Chicago Manual of Style (reference manual)
- Chicago Medical School
- Chief Marine Surveyor
- Chief of the Maritime Staff (Canadian Forces)
- Children's Medical Services
- Chinese Mathematical Society
- Chip Management System
- Christian Missionary School
- Christians in the Mathematical Sciences (Judson University Christian College; Illinois)
- Church Management Software
- Church Management System
- Church Membership Software
- Church Mission Society (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The chief master sergeant of the Air Force needs to have a vision for the future of the enlisted force, to anticipate what kinds of things our future mission requirements will demand and create plans to prepare Airmen to meet those requirements," Roy said.
Before being selected for her new position, Buckner served as the command chief master sergeant for the 349th Air Mobility Wing at Travis Air Force Base, Calif.
Top enlisted airmen attend the Chief Master Sergeant Leadership Course that was created in 2005.
Hoekstra was a Chief Master Sergeant with the United States Air Force Security Service for more than 23 years, retiring in 1971.
Brooks is the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 99th Air Base Wing, Nellis AFB, Nev.
I am pleased to call your attention to the fact that we have, in addition to a strong group of officers retired from the active duty force, a young major still serving (as far as I'm concerned, anyone still serving is young), retirees from both the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard, a retired Chief Master Sergeant (Executive Director of the Air Force Sergeants Association), and a retired civil servant (the editor of our magazine).
I enjoyed Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Gerald R.