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  1. UNIT 2 NJROTC RATES/RANKSAND U.S. NAVY RATES/RANKS 2. Cadets must continually demonstrate:a. High morale standards and good conductb. Proper appearance in school and…
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  • 1. UNIT 2 NJROTC RATES/RANKSAND U.S. NAVY RATES/RANKS
  • 2. Cadets must continually demonstrate:a. High morale standards and good conductb. Proper appearance in school and in unit uniformc. Acceptable academic achievementd. Acceptable performance in carrying out assigned NJROTC responsibilitiese. Acceptable level of participation in NJROTC activities and programs
  • 3. CADET RATES & RANKSRate and rank promotions aredetermined by the Senior Naval ScienceInstructor (SNSI).Unacceptable performance could resultin a demotion or disenrollment.NJROTC cadet rates and ranks, from thelowest to the highest, follow on the next16 screens.
  • 4. CADET SEAMAN RECRUIT (C/SR)• There is no collar device for this rate.• Assigned to new cadets in the process of learning the NJROTC program.
  • 5. CADET SEAMAN APPRENTICE (C/SA)• The collar device is two silver diagonal stripes.• When qualified, recruits can advance to SA in the first year.
  • 6. CADET SEAMAN (C/SN)• The collar device is three silver diagonal stripes.• When qualified, recruits can advance to SN in the first year.
  • 7. Junior Enlisted RatesWhile there are no specific assignmentsfor seaman recruit, seaman apprentice,or seaman, these cadets are in trainingfor future leadership roles.
  • 8. CADET PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS (C/PO3) • The collar device is a perched eagle over one chevron.• Outstanding cadets may achieve this rate the first year.• Assignments include squad leaders, assistant squad leaders in platoons, drill teams, and drum and bugle corps.
  • 9. CADET PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS (C/PO2) • The collar device is a perched eagle over two chevrons.• Advancement to this rate is usually in the second year.• Assignments include squad leaders, color escorts in platoons, drill teams, color guards and drum and bugle corps.
  • 10. CADET PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS (C/PO1) • The collar device is a perched eagle over three chevrons.• Cadets can achieve this rate usually in their second or third year.• Assignments include platoon guides, color bearers, drill team guides, and supply assistants.
  • 11. CADET CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (C/CPO) • The collar device is an eagle perched on a fouled anchor.• Cadets can generally achieve CPO in their second or third year.• Assignments include company chief, platoon chief, color bearer, drill team chief, or rifle team chief.
  • 12. CADET SENIOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (C/SCPO) • The collar device is an eagle and one star perched on a fouled anchor.• Generally a third year cadet.• The SNSI may assign a Senior Chief Petty Officer billet to the company chief petty officer.
  • 13. CADET MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (C/MCPO) • The collar device is an eagle and two stars perched on a fouled anchor.• Generally a third or fourth year cadet.• The SNSI may assign a Master Chief Petty Officer billet to the battalion chief petty officer.
  • 14. CADET OFFICER RANKSCadet officers are generally third orfourth year cadets that have shownaptitude for high leadership positions.Officers are selected from the enlistedrates to fill specific positions as follows:
  • 15. CADET ENSIGN• The collar device is a single gold bar.• Generally a third or fourth year cadet.• The first junior officer assignment that may include junior officer on company staffs, public affairs, assistant supply, platoon commander, or assistant drill team commander.
  • 16. CADET LIEUTENANT (Junior Grade)• The collar device is two attached gold bars.• Assigned to officers ready for additional responsibilities.• Assignments can include operations, rifle team commanders, battalion supply, and administrative officer.
  • 17. CADET LIEUTENANT• The collar device is three attached gold bars.• Assigned to some of the most senior officers such as executive officer of companies or operations officer in battalions and regiments.
  • 18. CADET LIEUTENANT COMMANDER• The collar device is four attached gold bars.• Assigned to cadet officers in the top leadership roles of the NJROTC.• The highest rank of company strength.• Assignments include company commander in smaller units and executive officer in battalions and regiments.
  • 19. CADET COMMANDER• The collar device is five attached gold bars.• Assignments include battalion commander and regimental commander.
  • 20. CADET CAPTAIN• The collar device is six attached gold bars.• The highest rank that can be attained by a cadet in NJROTC.• Assignments include regimental commander (only if 300 or more cadets).
  • 21. NAVY RATES AND RANKSThe Navys rate and rank structure issimilar to the rate and rank structureused by cadets in the NJROTC program.Enlisted personnel have rates, andcommissioned officers have ranks.Enlisted personnel are advanced in rate.Officers are promoted in rank.
  • 22. U.S. NAVYU.S. MARINES RATES AND RANKS
  • 23. E-1 Seaman Recruit (SR) No insignia• The lowest noncommissioned rate in the U.S. Navy• Normally your initial rate when you enter the Navy
  • 24. E-1 Private No insignia• The lowest noncommissioned rate in the U.S. Marines Corps• Normally your initial rate when you enter the Marines
  • 25. E-2 Seaman Apprentice (SA)• A noncommissioned rate in the U.S. Navy above Seaman Recruit but below Seaman
  • 26. E-2Private First Class PFC
  • 27. E-3 Seaman (SN)• A noncommissioned rate in the U.S. Navy that is above seaman apprentice and below third class petty officer
  • 28. E-3Lance Corporal LCPL
  • 29. E-4 Petty Officer Third Class (PO3)The first and lowest of the Petty Officerrates. Along with this rate comesincreased responsibility.
  • 30. E-4Corporal CPL
  • 31. E-5Petty Officer Second Class (PO2)The second level of the Petty Officerrates. Additional responsibilities areafforded you at this level.
  • 32. E-5Sergeant SGT
  • 33. E-6 Petty Officer First Class (PO1)The third level of the Petty Officerrates. Even more responsibilities areafforded you.
  • 34. E-6Staff Sergeant SSGT
  • 35. E-7 Chief Petty Officer (CPO)The first level of the Chief Petty Officerrates. You are a recognized expert inyour field.
  • 36. E-7Gunnery Sergeant GYSGT
  • 37. E-8Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO)The second level of the Chief PettyOfficer rates. Increased authority andresponsibilities are given to you.
  • 38. E-8Master Sergeant MSGT/First Sergeant 1stSGT MSGT 1stSGT
  • 39. E-9Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO) The highest enlisted Navy non- commissioned rate. You may be designated as a Command Master Chief.
  • 40. E-9 Sergeant Major SGTMAJ/Master Gunnery Sergeant MGYSGT SGTMAJ MGYSGT
  • 41. E-9Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)There is only one in the entire U.S. Navy.MCPON is pronounced as mic-pon.
  • 42. E-9Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps/ SgtMajMCThere is only one in the entire U.S. Marine Corps.
  • 43. W-1 Warrant Officer WO1This is the lowest warrant officer rankin the Navy.The grade of Warrant Officer (W-1) isno longer in use in the U.S. Navy.
  • 44. W-1 Warrant Officer WOThis is the lowest warrant officer rankin the Marines.
  • 45. W-2 Chief Warrant Officer CWO2This is the next highest warrant officerrank in the Navy after a warrant officer(WO1).
  • 46. W-2Chief Warrant Officer CWO2
  • 47. W-3 Chief Warrant Officer CWO3This is the next highest warrant officerrank in the Navy after a CWO2.
  • 48. W-3Chief Warrant Officer CWO3
  • 49. W-4 Chief Warrant Officer CWO4This is the next highest warrant officerrank in the Navy after a CWO3.
  • 50. W-4Chief Warrant Officer CWO4
  • 51. W-5 Chief Warrant Officer CWO5This is the highest warrant officer rankin the Navy. This rank was establishedin 2002.
  • 52. W-5Chief Warrant Officer CWO5
  • 53. O-1 Ensign• The lowest ranking officer in the Navy
  • 54. O-1Second Lieutenant 2nd LT
  • 55. O-2 Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG)• The next highest rank of officer in the Navy after an Ensign
  • 56. O-2First Lieutenant 1st LT
  • 57. O-3 Lieutenant (LT)• The next highest rank of officer in the Navy after a Lieutenant Junior Grade
  • 58. O-3Captain CAPT
  • 59. O-4 Lieutenant Commander (LCDR)• The next highest rank of officer in the Navy after a Lieutenant
  • 60. O-4MajorMAJ
  • 61. O-5 Commander (CDR)• The next highest rank of officer in the Navy after a Lieutenant Commander
  • 62. O-5Lieutenant Colonel LT COL
  • 63. O-6 Captain (CAPT)• The next highest rank of officer in the Navy after a Commander
  • 64. O-6Colonel COL
  • 65. O-7 Rear Admiral (Lower Half) RADM (L)• The first of the flag officer ranks
  • 66. O-7Brigadier General BRIG GEN
  • 67. O-8 Rear Admiral (Upper Half) RADM (U)• The next highest flag officer in the Navy after a rear admiral (lower half)
  • 68. O-8Major General MAJ GEN
  • 69. O-9 Vice Admiral (VADM)• The next highest flag officer in the Navy after a rear admiral (upper half)
  • 70. O-9Lieutenant General LT GEN
  • 71. O-10 Admiral (ADM)• The highest ranking flag officer in the Navy
  • 72. O-10General GEN
  • 73. Q.1. What is the title of the cadet who leads a battalion?
  • 74. Q.1. What is the title of the cadet who leads a battalion?A.1. Battalion Commander
  • 75. Q.2. Name the three levels of seaman.
  • 76. Q.2. Name the three levels of seaman.A.2. Seaman recruit, seaman apprentice, and seaman
  • 77. Q.3. TRUE or FALSE. The Navy’s rate and rank structure for men and women on active duty is similar to that of the NJROTC program.
  • 78. Q.3. TRUE or FALSE. The Navy’s rate and rank structure for men and women on active duty is similar to that of the NJROTC program.A.3. TRUE.
  • 79. Q.4. What rank or rate can a third year cadet hope to make?
  • 80. Q.4. What rank or rate can a third year cadet hope to make?A.4. Senior petty officer or junior officer
  • 81. Q.5. TRUE OR FALSE. A cadet may be demoted for unacceptable performance.
  • 82. Q.5. TRUE OR FALSE. A cadet may be demoted for unacceptable performance.A.5. TRUE. A student may also be disenrolled for any of the following reasons: a. Failure to maintain academic or military standards b. Lack of aptitude or poor behavior
  • 83. Q.5. TRUE OR FALSE. A cadet may be demoted for unacceptable performance.A.5. c. Disenrollment from school d. Request from the cadet e. Physical condition that preclude participation
  • 84. Q.6. Upon what criteria are promotions and advancements made?
  • 85. Q.6. Upon what criteria are promotions and advancements made?A.6. Academic and military performance, ability, loyalty, and other qualities
  • 86. Q.7. What criterion is used for achievement of officer status in the JROTC program?
  • 87. Q.7. What criterion is used for achievement of officer status in the JROTC program?A.7. Requires an individual who has demonstrated superior quality leadership, integrity, personal appearance, conduct, and patriotism.
  • 88. Q.8. What is the collar device for a Cadet Senior Chief Petty Officer?
  • 89. Q.8. What is the collar device for a Cadet Senior Chief Petty Officer?A.8. An eagle and one star perched on a fouled anchor
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