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IDENTIFYING NAVAL
OFFICERS
OBJECTIVES OF THIS
LESSON
To teach cadets to recognize naval officers
by the various emblems and devices worn
on their uniforms.
 To teach cadets to understand the various
pay grades and ranks of naval officers.

METHODS OF IDENTIFYING
OFFICERS
NAVAL OFFICERS ARE EASILY
IDENTIFIED BY THE MARKINGS ON
THEIR UNIFORMS.
 THE RANKS ARE DEPICTED BY :

STRIPES ON THE SLEEVES
 VARIOUS METAL DEVICES WORN ON
THE COLLAR.
 SHOULDER BOARDS ON SOME
UNIFORMS.

OFFICER SLEEVE INSIGNIA
STRIPES OF VARIOUS SIZES
ARE USED TO DEPICT
OFFICER RANKS. THESE
STRIPES ARE USED ON:
 SHOULDER BOARDS
 SLEEVES OF SOME
UNIFORMS
THE SIZE AND NUMBER
DEPEND ON THE RANK.
EXAMPLE-CAPTAIN IS
SIGNIFIED BY FOUR 1/2
INCH STRIPES.
(CAPTAIN)
1/4 INCH STRIPES
1/2 INCH STRIPES
2 INCH STRIPES
OFFICER SLEEVE INSIGNIA
(CONT)
RANK STRIPES ARE GOLD ON ALL
SLEEVES AND SHOULDER BOARDS.
W-1
CWO2
CWO3
LTJG
LT
CWO4
Junior Officers
ENS
LCDR
Senior
Officers
CDR
CAPT
Flag Officers
RADM (LH)
RADM
VADM
ADM
FADM
OTHER METHODS OF
DEPICTING RANK

METAL DEVICES SIMILAR TO OTHER
MILITARY SERVICES ARE ALSO USED
ON NAVAL OFFICER UNIFORMS.
THESE DEVICES ARE ALWAYS SILVER OR
GOLD IN COLOR
PAY GRADES
THE VARIOUS RANKS ARE OFTEN
REFERRED TO BY THEIR PAY GRADE.
 A PAY GRADE INDICATES THE PAY
THAT AN OFFICER RECEIVES FOR
THAT RANK.
 THE HIGHER THE RANK, THE HIGHER
THE PAY GRADE.

OFFICER PAY GRADES
PAY GRADE
RANK
0-1
ENSIGN
0-2
LIEUTENANT(JUNIOR GRADE)
0-3
LIEUTENANT
0-4
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
0-5
COMMANDER
0-6
CAPTAIN
OFFICER PAY GRADES
(CONT..)
PAY GRADE
0-7
0-8
0-9
0-10
RANK
REAR ADMIRAL (LH)
REAR ADMIRAL
VICE ADMIRAL
ADMIRAL
FOLLOWING ARE THE NAVY RANKS
AND THE VARIOUS METHODS OF
IDENTIFICATION.
THE GOLD STRIPES, COLLAR DEVICE,
PAY GRADE AND ABBREVIATED
TITLE ARE SHOWN FOR EACH RANK.
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CHART
A
B
C
D
E
F
ENSIGN
NEW NAVY OFFICERS
ARE
COMMISSIONED AS
ENSIGNS.
THE PAY GRADE FOR
ENSIGN IS 0-1.
THE ABBREVIATION
FOR ENSIGN IS
ENS.
LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE)
ENSIGNS ARE
SELECTED FOR
PROMOTION TO
LIEUTENANT (JG).
THE PAY GRADE FOR
LIEUTENANT (JG )
IS 0-2.
THE ABBREVIATED
TITLE IS
LTJG.
LIEUTENANT
LIEUTENANT IS PAY
GRADE 0-3.
THE ABBREVIATED
TITLE IS
LT.
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
LIEUTENANT
COMMANDERS
ARE THE MOST
SENIOR OF THE
“JUNIOR”
OFFICERS.
THE PAY GRADE IS
0-4.
ABBREVIATION
LCDR.
COMMANDER
COMMANDERS ARE
“SENIOR”
OFFICERS.
THE PAY GRADE IS 05.
ABBREVIATION
CDR.
SILVER
CAPTAIN
CAPTAINS ARE ALSO
“SENIOR”
OFFICERS.
THE PAY GRADE IS
O-6.
THE ABBREVIATION
FOR CAPTAIN IS
CAPT.
THE TERM “CAPTAIN” IS
ALSO USED TO IDENTIFY A
SHIP’S COMMANDING
OFFICER
REAR ADMIRAL
(LOWER HALF)
ALL ADMIRALS ARE
“FLAG” OFFICERS.
A REAR ADMIRAL
LOWER HALF WAS
ONCE KNOWN AS
“COMMODORE”.
THE PAY GRADE IS 0-7.
THE ABBREVIATED
TITLE IS
RADM (L).
REAR ADMIRAL
(UPPER HALF)
REAR ADMIRAL
UPPER HALF IS
KNOWN AS A REAR
ADMIRAL.
PAY GRADE IS 0-8.
THE ABBREVIATED
TITLE IS
RADM (U).
VICE ADMIRAL
VICE ADMIRAL IS IN
PAY GRADE 0-9.
THE ABBREVIATED
TITLE FOR THIS
FLAG OFFICER IS
VADM.
ADMIRAL
CURRENTLY, THE
HIGHEST
FLAG OFFICER IS
KNOWN SIMPLY AS
ADMIRAL.
ADMIRAL IS PAY
GRADE 0-10.
ABBREVIATED TITLE
ADM.
INSTANT REVIEW
THE GOLD OAK LEAF WORN ON A
COLLAR INDICATES WHAT OFFICER’S
RANK?
ANSWER: LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHAT FLAG OFFICER WEARS THE
SHOULDER BOARD SHOWN BELOW?
ANSWER: REAR ADMIRAL
(LOWER HALF)
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHICH OF THE SHOULDER BOARDS
BELOW WOULD BE WORN BY A
“SENIOR OFFICER” ?
ANSWER: (A)
A
B
C
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHICH OF THE SILVER DEVICES
SHOWN BELOW WOULD BE WORN BY
AN OFFICER IN PAY GRADE 0-2?
ANSWER: (A) LIEUTENANT JR GRADE
A
B
C
D
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHAT IS THE RANK OF THE OFFICER
THAT WEARS THE SLEEVE INSIGNIA
SHOWN BELOW?
ANSWER: COMMANDER
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHICH OF THE RANK INSIGNIA AND
PAY GRADES SHOWN BELOW IS
INCORRECT?
ANSWER: (B) THE CORRECT PAY
GRADE IS O-6
O-9
O-7
O-5
A
B
C
INSTANT REVIEW (CONT.)
WHICH OF THE DEVICES OR SLEEVE
MARKING SHOWN BELOW
INDICATES THE HIGHEST RANKING
OFFICER?
ANSWER: (B) VICE ADMIRAL
A
B
C
D
THIS CONCLUDES
THIS PRESENTATION

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