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Sergeant and Neil
Inspired by the basic scenario of David Pinner's 1967 novel Ritual, the story centres on the visit of Police Sergeant Neil Howie to the isolated island of Summerisle, in search of a missing girl the locals claim never existed.
Television actor Edward Woodward was cast in the role of Sergeant Neil Howie after the part was declined by both Michael York and David Hemmings.
In this continution of the story, which begins immediately after the ending of the first film, Sergeant Neil Howie is rescued from the burning Wicker Man by a group of police officers from the mainland.
The player's non-commissioned officer in-charge is Master Sergeant Thomas Kelly, voiced by Neil Ross, who gives the player objectives and advice over the player's radio for the first half of the game.
In an early episode, Captain Tenneal's character was named Sergeant Toomey, after the insane drill sergeant in Neil Simon's Biloxi Blues.
He made occasional appearances until taking the role of Police Sergeant Neil Howie in the thriller The Wicker Man in 1973.
His original sidekick was Detective Sergeant ( DS ) Peter Livingstone ( Neil Duncan ).
In 1985, Jon Deverill and Brian Dick reformed the band with Steve Lamb ( formerly of Sergeant ) on guitar, Neil Sheppard on guitar, and ex-Warrior, ex-Satan member Clin Irwin on bass.

Sergeant and Howie
* Edward Woodward as Sergeant Howie
* Howie Long as USAF Master Sergeant Kelly
Among his film credits, Woodward starred as Police Sergeant Howie in the 1973 cult British horror film The Wicker Man, and in the title role of the 1980 Australian biopic Breaker Morant.

Sergeant and receives
The Sergeant, seeking water and a place to rest, receives permission from Lavinia to refresh himself at the well, and then to sit on a bench under the dead tree.
In the novelization of the game Doom, the main protagonist Flynn Taggart is a corporal in the United States Marine Corps at the beginning of the story, though he later receives a promotion to Sergeant.
Although horribly wounded by misdirected machine-gun fire from another bomber while approaching Turin, Flight Sergeant Arthur Louis Aaron, the pilot of a No. 218 Squadron Short Stirling, assists his surviving crew in getting the plane home before dying ; he later receives a posthumous Victoria Cross.
The South American Unification Army receives reports of a rogue sniper operating deep in the jungles of Patagonia, and sends a platoon under the command of Master Sergeant Murdock to neutralize the threat.

Sergeant and letter
The four Congressmen also wrote House of Representatives Sergeant at Arms Wilson Livingood a letter the same day asking that he work with members of the House Judiciary, Homeland Security, and Intelligence Committees to determine if CAIR was successful in placing interns in the committees ' offices, to review FBI and DOJ evidence regarding CAIR's Hamas ties, and to determine whether CAIR is a security threat.
On September 19, 2001, Sergeant Major of the Army Jack L. Tilley presented Mauldin with a personal letter from Army Chief of Staff General Eric K. Shinseki, a hardbound book with notes from other senior Army leaders and several celebrities to include Walter Cronkite, Tom Brokaw and Tom Hanks.
One primary source was Sergeant Charles Henry Veil, his orderly and unit Color Guard, who described the events in a letter in 1864 and then contradicted some of the details in another letter 45 years later.
During the interview segment of the miniseries Band of Brothers, Winters quoted a passage from a letter he received from Sergeant Mike Ranney, " I cherish the memories of a question my grandson asked me the other day when he said, ' Grandpa, were you a hero in the war?
It contains a letter from Esmé and Charles, and she has enclosed her father ’ s wristwatch-“ a talisman ”- and suggests to Sergeant X that he “ wear it for the duration of the war ”.
On May 20, 1793 a letter signed by ' A Kentish Cricketer ' written to Sporting Magazine describes an incident where an Ensign Hamilton, a member of the Sevenoaks Vine Club, had a cannonball deflected away from his head by a Sergeant.

Sergeant and presence
Of the actors, Variety went on to say, " Burt Lancaster, whose presence adds measurably to the marquee weight of the strong cast names, wallops the character of Top Sergeant Milton Warden, the professional soldier who wet-nurses a weak, pompous commanding officer and the GIs under him.
Military presence at the field began when Sergeant Simpson relocated his fuel and service operation to the site on 6 October 1927.
When the thieves removed the keys to the safe from Detective Sergeant Charles Hewett the Squad announced their presence and a violent struggle ensued with many on both sides suffering serious injuries.
At first Sergeant Carter was rankled and extremely irritated by the slow-witted Pyle, and dreamed of ways to rid himself of the private's presence.
The first indication of enemy presence was observed by the point units of the American column, the point squad of the reconnaissance platoon under Staff Sergeant Donald J. Slovak, who saw " Ho Chi Minh sandal foot markings, bamboo arrows on the ground pointing north, matted grass and grains of rice ".
Recounting his own rescue by Smith to a Daily Mail correspondent, Sergeant Rooke said of the corporal: " He behaved with wonderful coolness and presence of mind the whole time, and no man deserved a Victoria Cross more thoroughly than he did ".
He rose rapidly through the noncommissioned ranks, and had already been a Colour Sergeant for some years when his distinguished conduct in the presence of the enemy during the Second Afghan War led to his being offered either a Victoria Cross or a commission in his regiment, he chose the latter.
Other subplots involve the tension between vampires and werewolves ( new recruit Lance-Constable von Humpeding and Sergeant Angua ), and the presence of Vetinari's auditor, A. E.

Sergeant and on
There were ten men on the patrol which Sergeant Prevot led out that next night.
On one of his 1921 ventures he was actually come upon by a Detective Sergeant John J. Ryan down on his knees with a tool embedded in a labour office safe in the Postal Telegraph Building ; ;
", on such occasions Bunter would take care of Wimsey and tenderly put him to bed, and they would revert to being " Major Wimsey " and " Sergeant Bunter ".
* 1900 – American Civil War: Sergeant William Harvey Carney is awarded the Medal of Honor, for his heroism in the Assault on the Battery Wagner in 1863.
* 1975 – Gays in the military: US Air Force Tech Sergeant Leonard Matlovich, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, appears in his Air Force uniform on the cover of Time magazine with the headline " I Am A Homosexual ".
The four nurses remained the sole women recipients of the Silver Star until: Sergeant Leigh Ann Hester was awarded the Silver Star in 2005 for gallantry during an insurgent ambush on a convoy in Iraq, three nurses who had served in World War I were awarded the Silver Star posthumously in 2007, and Army Specialist Monica Lin Brown was awarded the Silver Star in March 2008 for heroism in the War in Afghanistan.
He was assassinated in a military coup on 13 January 1963 by a group of soldiers under the direction of Sergeant Etienne Eyadema Gnassingbe.
The minor studios such as Republic Pictures made Bob Crosby and Eddie Foy Jr Rookies on Parade and Monogram Pictures enlisted Nat Pendleton as Top Sergeant Mulligan.
Many were based on regional accents, such as " The Raj " and " Angry Scots ", while others, like " Drill Sergeant ", made use of stereotypes.
* February 25 – Guatemalan Sergeant Major Melchor de Mencos y Varón departs the city of Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala with an infantry battalion, to fight British pirates that reportedly disembarked on the coasts of Petén ( today Belize ) and were sacking the nearby towns.
The series began with Carry On Sergeant ( 1958 ), about a group of recruits on National Service, and was sufficiently successful that others followed.
Among them was Sergeant Martin Zarkovich, to whom Sage had informed on Dillinger.
Matters come to a head for Prewitt when Sergeant Galovitch picks a fight with Prewitt while on yard detail, and the two come to blows.
His first regular role on television was as Sergeant Major Percy Bullimore in The Army Game from 1957 – 1961.
Gordon and his Delta Force sniper teammates Sergeant First Class Randall Shughart and Sergeant First Class Brad Hallings, who were providing sniper cover from the air, wanted to be dropped at the second crash site in order to protect the four critically wounded crew, despite the fact that large numbers of armed, hostile Somalis were converging on the area.
Intelligence analysts believed at first this was Sergeant Gordon's GPS unit that he purchased on the private market and used in Somalia.
Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War, relates an account by Sergeant Paul Howe who heard Shughart call for help on the radio and that the weapon handed to Durant was not the distinctive M14 rifle used by Shughart.
It is currently on display with that of Sergeant Stubby in the National Museum of American History's " Price of Freedom " exhibit.
PAL devices have been installed on all or nearly all nuclear devices in the US arsenal, including the Minuteman ICBM, MGM-13A Mace Tactical Ballistic Missile, CGM-13B Mace Tactical Ballistic Missile, Sergeant, Pershing, and WAC Corporal missiles as well as the Nike-Hercules, Honest John rockets, the Davy Crockett system, and artillery-launched howitzer rounds.
Other victims included Captain William Nordeen U. S. N., the U. S. defense attache, whose car was destroyed by a car bomb a few meters from his residence on 28 June 1988, and U. S. Air Force Sergeant Ronald O. Stewart, who was killed by a remotely detonated bomb outside his apartment on 12 March 1991.

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