Color Sergeant

  • (noun): A sergeant in a color guard who carries one of the colors.

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Flag Of The United States Marine Corps - Official Battle Color of The Marine Corps - Color Sergeant
... The official battle color of the Corps is maintained by Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C ... (ā€œ8th and Iā€), and carried by the Color Sergeant of the Marine Corps ... The position of the Color Sergeant was first officially designated in 1965 and was first held by Gunnery Sgt ...

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