An enlisted rank (also known as an enlisted grade or enlisted rate) is, in some armed services, any rank below that of a commissioned officer.- Enlisted rank
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Military officer who has not pursued a commission.
Non-commissioned officers usually earn their position of authority by promotion through the enlisted ranks.
Alphanumeric code used by the United States Air Force to identify a specific job.
Officer AFSCs consist of four characters and enlisted AFSCs consist of five characters.
Rank or category of ranks in the armed forces of many countries.
In Commonwealth countries, warrant officers have usually been included alongside NCOs and enlisted personnel in a category called other ranks (ORs), which is equivalent to the US "E" category (i.e. there is no separate "W" category in these particular services).
In a navy, a rate, rating or bluejacket is a junior enlisted sailor who is not a warrant officer or commissioned officer.
Defined in the Queen's Regulations and Orders as: "... any person, other than an officer, who is enrolled in, or who pursuant to law is attached or seconded otherwise than as an officer to, the Canadian Forces..."
In the United States Army, Air Force and Marines, the equivalent term is "enlisted rank."
Person who holds a position of authority as a member of an armed force or uniformed service.
A non-commissioned officer (NCO) is an enlisted member of the armed forces holding a position of some degree of authority who has (usually) obtained it by advancement from within the non-commissioned ranks.
Air service branch of the United States Armed Forces, and is one of the eight U.S. uniformed services.
USAF rank is divided between enlisted airmen, non-commissioned officers, and commissioned officers, and ranges from the enlisted Airman Basic (E-1) to the commissioned officer rank of General (O-10), however in times of war officers may be appointed to the higher grade of General of the Air Force.
Maritime service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the eight uniformed services of the United States.
Of those on active duty, more than eighty percent are enlisted sailors and around fifteen percent are commissioned officers; the rest are midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy and midshipmen of the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps at over 180 universities around the country and officer candidates at the Navy's Officer Candidate School.
The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, commonly known as the Russian Armed Forces, are the combined military forces of Russia.
The first category includes: 1) the persons at the any military rank below that of a commissioned officer (enlisted personnel) and not reached the age of 35 years old; 2) the persons at the any rank from junior lieutenant to captain (captain-lieutenant in naval service) inclusively (junior commissioned officers) and not reached the age of 50 years old; 3) the persons at the any rank from major (captain 3rd rank in naval service) to lieutenant colonel (captain 2nd rank in naval service) inclusively and not reached the age of 55 years old; 4) the persons at the rank of colonel (captain 1st rank in naval service) and not reached the age of 60 years old; 5) the persons at the rank of major general (counter admiral in naval service) or higher (supreme officers) and not reached the age of 65 years old.
The Republic of Korea Armed Forces, also known as the ROK Armed Forces, are the armed forces of South Korea.
In the South Korean armed forces, ranks fall into one of four categories: commissioned officer, warrant officer, non-commissioned officer, and junior enlisted ("Byeong"), in decreasing order of authority.