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Ranks Study Guide

Ranks and insignia Study guide

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1)A perched eagle and two stars over a fouled anchor denote: Cadet Master Chief Petty Officer
2)USN Captain is designated by a collar device of: Silver Eagle with wings spread
3)USMC pay grade E-3 is the title of: Lance Corporal
4)Students entering NJROTC for the first time are usually assigned the grade of: Cadet Seaman Recruit
5)USN Seaman rate has a collar device consisting of: Three Diagonal Stripes
6)A perched eagle over three chevrons denotes: Cadet Petty Officer First Class
7)An active duty USMC Second Lieutenant is designated by a collar device of: One Gold bar
8)A chevron on a collar device looks like: The letter "V"
9)USNC pay grade E-6 is the title of: Staff Sergeant
10)An active duty USN Commander is designated by a collar device of: Silver Oak Leaf
11)A cadet Ensign is designated by a collar device of: One Gold Bar
12)A cadet lieutenant Commander is designated by a collar device of: Four attached Gold Bars
13)A perched Eagle over a fouled anchor denotes a: Cadet Chief Petty Officer
14)A perched Eagle over one chevron denotes a: Cadet Petty Officer Third Class
15)USMC pay grade E-5 is the title of: Sergeant
16)An active duty USMC First Lieutenant is designated by a collar device of: One Silver Bar
17)An active duty USN Admiral has: Four (4) Stars on his or her collar
18)An active duty USN lieutenant is designated by a collar device of: Two Silver Bars
19)An active duty USMC Captain is designated by a collar device of: Two Silver Bars
20)The highest rank that can be held in NJROTC is: Cadet Captain
21)USMC pay grade E-9 is the title of: Master Gunnery Sergeant and a Sergeant Major
22)A Cadet Seaman Recruit is a rate in NJROTC with what collar device? NONE
23)The Seaman Apprentice rate has a collar device consisting of: Two Silver Diagonal Bars
24)A Cadet Lieutenant (Junior Grade) is designated by a collar device of: Two Gold Bars
25)A Cadet Commander is designated by a collar device of: Five Attached Gold Bars
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