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  1. Intro to NAVSCI • U.S. Navy Enlisted Rating Structure • U.S. Navy/Marine Corps Ranks, Uniforms, & Insignia 2

  2. Learning Objectives • The student will know . . . • (1) the Navy and Marine Corps rank/grade structures and insignia and will be able to relate them to their equivalents in the Army and Air Force. • (2) the general apprenticeship categories and the symbol for each Navy enlisted rating classification. 3

  3. Learning Objectives • The student will know . . . • (3) the requirements for the advancement in rate/promotion and change of rating. • (4) the type of training utilized to qualify for rating classification. • (5) the uniform regulations for NROTC midshipmen. • (6) Navy/Marine Corps grooming standards. 4

  4. Some definitions • Rating • Duty calling for certain skills and aptitudes • BM, CS, TM, EM, etc. • Paygrade • E-1 --> E-3, E-4 --> E-6, E-7 --> E-9 • Rate • Rating + Paygrade = Rate • An E-4 Machinist Mate is an MM3. 5

  5. Some definitions • Petty Officer • Navy personnel in paygrades E-4 --> E-9. • Navy job classifications (general ratings) • Seaman (SN) Constructionman (CN) • Fireman (FN) Hospitalman (HN) • Airman (AN) 6

  6. More definitions • “Non-rates” – No job specialty • E-1 --> Seaman Recruit • E-2 --> Seaman Apprentice • E-3 --> Seaman • (Similar for Fireman, Airman, etc.) • Striker • person training for specific job as a non-rated E-3. 7

  7. More definitions • Military Operational Specialty (MOS) • Marine Corps equivalent to the Navy’s rating 8

  8. General enlisted ratings • Seaman (SN) • Performs ship-related duties • Examples: • Deck • Weapons • Administrative • Clerical • Electronics Precision 9

  9. General enlisted ratings • Hospitalman (HN) • Assists doctors in performing medical care (aka corpsman) 10

  10. General enlisted ratings • Fireman • Marine engineering • Ship maintenance • Examples • Damage Controlman • Machinist’s Mate • Engineman • Electrician’s Mate • Gas Turbine Systems Mechanic 11

  11. General enlisted ratings • Airman • Various naval air activities • Examples • Aviation Boatswain’s Mate • Aviation Electronics Technician • Aviation Warfare Systems Operator • Aviation Ordnancemen 12

  12. General enlisted ratings • Constructionman - Seabees • Operates and services construction equipment • Examples • Builder • Steelworker • Construction Mechanic • Utilitiesman 13

  13. Enlisted Ratings • BJM – Ch. 3 and 4. 14

  14. Ratings • Some important ones to know • AB, AD, AE, AM, AT, AW, PR • DC, EM, EN, GS, MM • BM, CS, ET, FC, GM, HM, IS, IT, MA, OS, PS, SK, QM, YN • Study the insignia on your handouts! 15

  15. Determining a Recruit’s Rating • Where do they fit in the Navy? • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) • Personal desires • Needs of the Navy 16

  16. Schools for Enlisted Personnel • Class “A” • School that provides basic, rate-specific training for in-rate duties (e.g. Intelligence Specialist “A” School). • Class “C” • School that provides advanced, rate-specific training for sailors who need to acquire special skills within their rating. Can impact reenlistment status! 17

  17. Eligibility for Advancement • Time in rate (TIR) • Pass rate-specific examination • CO’s RECOMMENDATION!!! 18

  18. Navy Enlisted Classification • NEC’s • Codes that show the special knowledge and skills they have now • A four-digit number (i.e. – 1733) 19

  19. Navy and Marine Corps Uniforms 20

  20. Rising through the ranks • E-1 • Seaman Recruit 21

  21. Rising through the ranks • E-2 • Seaman Apprentice 22

  22. Rising through the ranks • E-3 • Seaman 23

  23. Rising through the ranks • E-4 • Petty Officer Third Class • BM3 24

  24. Rising through the ranks • E-5 • Petty Officer Second Class • BM2 25

  25. Rising through the ranks • E-6 • Petty Officer First Class • BM1 26

  26. Rising through the ranks • E-7 • Chief Petty Officer • QMC 27

  27. Rising through the ranks • E-8 • Senior Chief Petty Officer • QMCS 28

  28. Rising through the ranks • E-9 • Master Chief Petty Officer • QMCM 29

  29. Rising through the ranks • E-9 • Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy • MCPON 30

  30. Rising through the ranks • O-1 • Navy • Ensign (ENS) • USMC • 2nd Lieutenant (2LT) 31

  31. Rising through the ranks • O-2 • Navy • Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTjg) • USMC • 1st Lieutenant (1LT) 32

  32. Rising through the ranks • O-3 • Navy • Lieutenant (LT) • USMC • Captain (CAPT) 33

  33. Rising through the ranks • O-4 • Navy • Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) • USMC • Major (MAJ) 34

  34. Rising through the ranks • O-5 • Navy • Commander (CDR) • USMC • Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol) 35

  35. Rising through the ranks • O-6 • Navy • Captain (CAPT) • USMC • Colonel (COL) 36

  36. Rising through the ranks • O-7 • Navy • Rear Admiral, Lower Half (RADM) • USMC • Brigadier General (BGEN) 37

  37. Rising through the ranks • O-8 • Navy • Rear Admiral, Upper Half (RDML) • USMC • Major General (MGEN) 38

  38. Rising through the ranks • O-9 • Navy • Vice Admiral (VADM) • USMC • Lieutenant General (LGEN) 39

  39. Rising through the ranks • O-10 • Navy • Admiral (ADM) • USMC • General (GEN) 40

  40. Navy Uniforms • Khakis (Officers & CPO’s) • Collar devices • Wash khaki • Short or long sleeve • Being replaced by NWU • CNT (Summer) khaki / POLY-WOOL • Short sleeve • Khaki combination cover, garrison cap, or ball cap 41

  41. Navy Uniforms • Officer summer whites • CNT (Certified Navy Twill) • Shoulder boards • No collar devices! • Gold belt buckle • White combination cover • WHITE SHOES • Chiefs – No shoulder boards, but collar devices. 42

  42. Navy Uniforms • Officer Service Dress Whites • “Choker” whites • CNT • Shoulder boards • No collar devices! • Gold belt buckle • White combo cover • Chiefs – No shoulder boards, but collar devices. 43

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  44. Navy Uniforms • Enlisted summer whites • Cotton/polyester • Crow on left sleeve • Silver belt buckle • “Dixie cup” 45

  45. Navy Uniforms • Service Dress Blues • Ranks as stripes on sleeve • Soft shoulder boards on white shirt • Combination Cover 46

  46. Navy Uniforms • Service Dress Blues (enlisted) • Similar to enlisted dress whites 47

  47. Navy Uniforms • Utilities (Enlisted working uniform) • Crow on left sleeve • Name sewn in over right breast pocket and right rear pocket • Long sleeve version also • Ballcap • Being Phased Out 48

  48. Navy Uniforms • Enlisted Service Uniform • New, replaces old summer white and winter blue uniforms • Black slacks with khaki shirt and black garrison cover 49

  49. Navy Uniforms • Navy Working Uniform • New working uniform for E-1 – O-10 • Blue/Gray digital camouflage pattern for shipboard use • Green and tan versions are being developed for field use. 50

  50. Warfare Insignia • Surface Warfare Officer Pin 51