Sergeant at Arms, the officer of an organization who preserves order during its meetings. A sergeant at arms functions mainly at formal gatherings, where he enforces rules of procedure; in a legislative body he also enforces executive commands. Both houses of the U.S. Congress have a sergeant at arms, as do both houses of the British Parliament.
More than half a million Americans serve in the well-oiled machine known as the U.S. Army, and they're not all soldiers. Some are photographers, some are mechanics and some work in pharmacies. How does someone become an Army pharmacy technician?
Thrill seekers love to jump out of planes for fun, so you can imagine how many soldiers are excited to earn their "jump wings" with formal training at Airborne School. But can going to "Jump School" help you with your career path?