By Sheryl Garrett
Solid learn for a primary time army kinfolk. test it out on the library first, then if you'd like it purchase it. usual stuff i've got heard persistently.
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Ensign (ENS) Lieutenant Lieutenant Commander Lieutenant Junior Grade Commander (CDR) (LT) (LTJG) (LCDR) Captain (CAPT) Rear Admiral Rear Admiral Lower Half Upper Half (RADM)(L) (RADM)(U) Fleet Admiral (FADM) Chapter 2: Figuring Out Customs and Courtesies ARMY no insignia Corporal (CPL) Private Private E-1 Private E-2 First Class Specialist Sergeant (PFC) (SPC) (PV1) (PV2) (SGT) Staff Sergeant (SSC) Staff First Class (SFC) Master First Sergeant Sergeant (MSG) (1SG) Master First Sergeant Sergeant (MSG) (1SG) Sergeant Major of the Arms (SMJ) MARINES no insignia Master Private (Pvt) Private First (PFC) Lance Corporal (LCpl) Corporal (Cpt) Sergeant (Sgt) Staff Sergeant (SSgt) Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Gunnery Master First Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant (MSgt) (1stSgt) (MGySgt) Sergeant Sergeant Major of Major Marine Corps (SgtMaj) (SgtMaj) NAVY no insignia Seaman Seaman Recruit Apprentice Seaman (SN) (SR) (SA) Petty Officer Petty Officer Petty Officer Third Class Second Class First Class (PO3) (PO2) (PO1) Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Master Force or Fleet Chief Petty Command Master Officer Chief Petty Officer (MCPO) (FORMC) (FLTMC) Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO) Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPO) AIR FORCE no insignia Airman Basic (AB) Airman (Amn) Airman First Class (A1C) Senior Airman (SrA) Staff Sergeant (TSgt) Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Master Sergeant (MSgt) First Sergeant (E-7) Senior Master First Sergeant Sergeant (SMSgt) (E-8) Chief Master Chief Command Master First Chief Master Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant the Air Force (CMSgt) (E-9) (CCM) (CMS) COAST GUARD Seaman Seaman Recruit Apprentice Seaman (SN) (SR) (SA) WARRANT W-1 Warrant Officer (WO1) Figure 2-2: Enlisted ranks.
A Family's Guide to the Military For Dummies by Sheryl Garrett