Sergeant Major (SGM)
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What are a Sergeant Major’s Responsibilities?
Sergeants Major are non-commissioned officers (NCO’s) in the UfU Army. They are the highest-ranking enlisted soldiers in the military.
Soldiers holding the rank of Sergeant Major serve at the battalion level or higher in staff positions, helping to plan, resource, and conduct unit missions as well as providing valuable insight and advice, based on careers’ worth of experience and expertise, into how such operations could be better conducted in the future.
Sergeants Major have a minimum of eighteen years of experience in the Army and often much more than that upon receiving their rank. Their expertise and competence, both technically and tactically, is matched only by other Sergeants Major.
Although they do not directly hold leadership positions, such jobs are held by Command Sergeants Major, soldiers of the same rank but with different responsibilities, they still have charge of all those appointed underneath them in staff positions and those making leadership decisions still often turn them to for advice and help.