Sergeant Warren H. "Skip" Muck (January 31, 1922 – January 10, 1945) was a non-commissioned officer with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, in the 101st Airborne Division during World War II. Muck was portrayed in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers by Richard Speight, Jr.  Muck and his friend Alex Penkala were killed from a direct hit in their foxhole from German artillery just outside the Belgian town of Foy.

The real life Warren "Skip" Muck. He was portrayed by Richard Speight Jr. in Band of Brothers. He was killed in action in Bastogne in

Sir William Orpen - The Non-Commissioned Officer Pilot, Royal Flying Corps: Flight Sergeant W. G. Bennett, 1917

"The Non-Commissioned Officer Pilot, Royal Flying Corps: Flight Sergeant W. Bennett" by Sir William Orpen.

REVOLUTIONARY SHOCK TROOPS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY in 1917  lieutenant and junior non-commissioned officer of the battalion died 138th Infantry Division. 1917

The lieutenant and junior non-commissioned officer of the battalion of the death Infantry Division.

One of the most brutal and cruel SS prison guards Gerhard Palitzsch (July 17, 1913 - December 7, 1944), was a German SS non-commissioned officer, notorious for his activities in Auschwitz concentration camp.

One of the most brutal and cruel SS prison guards Gerhard Palitzsch (July 1913 - December was a German SS non-commissioned officer, notorious for his activities in Auschwitz concentration camp.

Military veterans have a lot of experience and a 30 second elevator speech can be difficult to sell of our your qualities.  Here is an article to enhance it, great even for non-veterans.  (4116)

Military veterans have a lot of experience and a 30 second elevator speech can be difficult to sell of our your qualities. Here is an article to enhance it, great even for non-veterans.

Family Stories: Photographs and Memories: Tombstone Tuesday - 2013 Trans Tasman ANZAC Day Blog Challenge - Alexander Joseph McDonald

Memorial Cross at Gallipoli- This photo is of a memorial cross for the non Commissioned Officers and men of the Field Company Australian Engineers who were killed or wounded in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula.

ARMED AND READY FOR FOOD, this soldier pauses for his photograph with a bayonet fixed on his rifle musket and a handful of tin-ware and utensils, including the essential coffee pot. Perhaps coming off evening parade, he wears a frock coat sans shoulder scales. The rectangular Model 1851 belt plate suggests he is a non-commissioned officer.

ARMED AND READY FOR FOOD, this soldier pauses for his photograph with a bayonet fixed on his rifle musket and a handful of tin-ware and utensils, including the essential coffee pot. Perhaps coming off evening parade, he wears a frock coat sans shoulder scales. The rectangular Model 1851 belt plate suggests he is a non-commissioned officer.

RANK STRUCTURE AND INSIGNIA OF MILITARY OFFICERS - ALL BRANCHES OF US MILITARY SERVICE

United States Military Rank Structure for the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy, National Guard and Coast Guard Insignia - Military Rank

Technician Fourth Grade Frank J. Perconte, a non-commissioned officer of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st US Airborne Division, holding a pair of Dutch Clogs and leaning on a fence along the Dommel River on Bleek Straat, Eindhoven in the Netherlands. September 1944.

WW2 in Color

Many thanks go to Doug Banks and his team – the masters of colourisation. The beauty of these colourised images is that colour, allows you to pick out and

A FINE PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR ROBERT TORRENS BY THE NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, DRUMMERS AND PRIVATES OF THE ROYAL MARINES AT ANHOLT, BY HENRY TATHAM, SWORD CUTLER TO THE KING, DATED 1811.

A FINE PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR ROBERT TORRENS BY THE NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, DRUMMERS AND PRIVATES OF THE ROYAL MARINES AT ANHOLT, BY HENRY TATHAM, SWORD CUTLER TO THE KING, DATED 1811.

VICTORIAN NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BUTTON 12th ROYAL REGIMENT OF LANCERS #133

VICTORIAN NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS BUTTON 12th ROYAL REGIMENT OF LANCERS #133

Military’s top enlisted men want America to know there’s no such thing.   https://rosecoveredglasses.wordpress.com/2017/11/30/readiness-crisis-what-crisis-ask-the-u-s-armed-services-top-non-commissioned-officers/

Readiness Crisis? “What Crisis”, Ask the U.S. Armed Services Top Non-Commissioned Officers

Military’s top enlisted men want America to know there’s no such thing. https://rosecoveredglasses.wordpress.com/2017/11/30/readiness-crisis-what-crisis-ask-the-u-s-armed-services-top-non-commissioned-officers/

Alford L. McMichael (born February 24, 1952) is a retired United States Marine who served as the 14th Sergeant Major of the U.S. Marine Corps from 1999 to 2003. He was also the first Senior Non-Commissioned Officer for Allied Command Operations for NATO (2003–2006). McMichael retired from the Marine Corps in 2006 after 36 years of service

Alford L. McMichael, First African American Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps.

Princess Elizabeth (centre, back row) with other Non-Commissioned Officers in the Auxiliary Territorial Service (the women's Army), which Her Royal Highness enlisted in towards the end of World War Two. © Imperial War Museum

Princess Elizabeth in the Auxiliary Territorial Service © Imperial War Museum

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