noncommissioned

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noncommissioned

[non-kuh-mish-uhnd]
adjective
not commissioned, applied especially to military officers, as sergeants and corporals, ranking below warrant officer.

Origin:
1695–1705; non- + commissioned

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Unit training and management could be affected because some who may not be contacted are noncommissioned officers.
Groups of four or five stations composed a zone, and a noncommissioned officer was in charge of each zone.
As you would expect, both noncommissioned officers have extraordinary records of service.
He said his company was lacking noncommissioned officers.
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