United States Marine Corps rank insignia

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Commissioned officers are distinguished from other officers by their commission, which is the formal written authority, issued in the name of the President of the United States, that confers the rank and authority of a Marine Officer.wikipedia
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List of United States Marine Corps MOS

Military Occupational SpecialtyMOS0202 MAGTF Intelligence Officer
A Chief Warrant Officer, CWO2–CWO5, serving in the MOS 0306 "Infantry Weapons Officer" carries a special title, "Marine Gunner," which does not replace his rank.
Most MOSs have specific rank/pay grade requirements and are listed to the right of the MOS title, if applicable (see United States Marine Corps rank insignia), abbreviated from the highest allowed rank to the lowest.

United States Marine Band

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Musicians in the United States Marine Band wear insignia with lyre in the center as opposed to the crossed rifles, to denote their lack of a combat mission; full-service Marines who are attached to the 10 field bands of the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment continue to wear their normal rank insignia.
The 'President's Own' band members start at the rank of Staff Sergeant, and wear rank insignia with a lyre replacing the normal crossed rifles.

Uniforms of the United States Marine Corps

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Different styles of rank insignia are worn on different Marine uniforms:
Various uniforms display rank insignia differently.

United States Marine Corps

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Musicians in the United States Marine Band wear insignia with lyre in the center as opposed to the crossed rifles, to denote their lack of a combat mission; full-service Marines who are attached to the 10 field bands of the Operating Forces and Supporting Establishment continue to wear their normal rank insignia.
Different forms of address can be found at United States Marine Corps rank insignia and List of United States Marine Corps acronyms and expressions.

Private (rank)

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In the United States Marine Corps, private (Pvt) refers only to the lowest enlisted rank, just below private first class.

Officer (armed forces)

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Commissioned officers are distinguished from other officers by their commission, which is the formal written authority, issued in the name of the President of the United States, that confers the rank and authority of a Marine Officer.

Commission (document)

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Commissioned officers are distinguished from other officers by their commission, which is the formal written authority, issued in the name of the President of the United States, that confers the rank and authority of a Marine Officer.

President of the United States

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Commissioned officers are distinguished from other officers by their commission, which is the formal written authority, issued in the name of the President of the United States, that confers the rank and authority of a Marine Officer.

General officer

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Commissioned officer ranks are further subdivided into general officers, field-grade officers, and company-grade officers.

Field officer

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Commissioned officer ranks are further subdivided into general officers, field-grade officers, and company-grade officers.

Junior officer

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Commissioned officer ranks are further subdivided into general officers, field-grade officers, and company-grade officers.

Commandant of the Marine Corps

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The highest billets in the Marine Corps, the Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps are, by statute, four-star ranks, as the Marine Corps is a separate naval service under the Department of the Navy.

Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps

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The highest billets in the Marine Corps, the Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps are, by statute, four-star ranks, as the Marine Corps is a separate naval service under the Department of the Navy.

Four-star rank

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The highest billets in the Marine Corps, the Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps are, by statute, four-star ranks, as the Marine Corps is a separate naval service under the Department of the Navy.