Navy Enlisted Ranks – Recruits and Apprentices
From the very first day of recruit training, Navy men and women are being trained for leadership and given the skills that will help set them on a path to enrich their lives as they work their way through the Navy Enlisted Ranks. It all starts with the Navy Enlisted Ranks as a Seaman’s Recruit (SR), this position carries no insignia and is the first stage of development for the Navy. Recruits will learn their skill set as either Seaman recruit (SR), Hospitalman Recruit (HR), Airman Recruit (AR), Fireman Recruit (FR), or Constructionman Recruit (CR). Next promotion advancement for the Navy Enlisted Ranks would be that of a Seaman’s Apprentice (SA). This is where Navy men and women further their skill set training as they begin their initial assignments and start crafting and honing their specialty skill set. Seaman’s Apprentice, or similar variation depending on community and career skill set are the first to receive an insignia designating their particular community to show their Navy Rank and rate. The next promotion in the first tier advancement is to a Seaman (SN). Seaman have honed their skill set and hold the highest non-rated Navy Enlisted Ranks.
Navy SEAL Ranks – Elite The Navy SEAL Ranks carry with them a fierce reputation that is well deserved. They operate as a small force of elite soldiers that comprise a mere one percent of the entire Navy personnel. There are nearly two thousand five hundred Navy SEALs in active duty. Each platoon operates in … Continue reading
Navy Ranks – Enlisted Navy Ranks and rates show the chain of command as well as what each sailor has achieved and earned by proving their leadership skills with each promotion they are given. With each advance in rank the duties and responsibilities increase with the demands of the job. Enlisted Navy men in categories … Continue reading
Navy Ranks in Order – Seaman There is a chain of command in the Navy and as each man or woman increases in rank they take on more responsibility starting from Seaman Recruit as they advance through the Navy ranks in order. It all starts with the enlisted navy ranks. In the Navy, the recruitment … Continue reading
Navy Officer Ranks – Warrant Officer The first tier of Navy officer Ranks consists of Warrant Officers. Only Enlisted personnel with senior authority may apply and they are required to have at least thirteen years of experience prior to becoming commissioned. These factors guarantee the Warrant officer is proficient in their respective field and technical … Continue reading