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Q: What rank is a coast guard reservist?
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What is the rank of a coast guard reservist?

That would depend on his paygrade and time in service. Rank has nothing to do with reserve status.

How much does a National Guard reservist make?

Depends on the rank and years of service.

What was JFK rank in the navy?

His first rank was a Coast Guard.

What does the rank CD-R mean in the US Coast Guard?

CDR is a Commander in the US Coast Guard.

How much do you make in the coast guard?

It depends on your rank.

Who is the five star admiral of the US Coast Guard today?

That rank has never existed in the Coast Guard. The highest rank in the Coast Guard is a four-star admiral referred to as "Commandant", just like the Marine Corps. The position and rank is currently filled by Admiral Robert J. Papp, Jr.

What is the highest rank in the United states coast guard?


Who are considered Commissioned officers in the Coast Guard?

The Coast Guard uses the same rank structure as the Navy. Thus, anyone who wears the rank of Ensign, Lieutenant JG, Lieutenant, Lieutenant Commander, Commander, Captain, or any Admiral rank, in considered a commissioned officer of the Coast Guard, and is also recognised by the rest of the Armed Forces as a commissioned officer, as well.

Are there colonels in the navy?

No, the equal rank in the Navy or Coast Guard is a Captain.

What does active National Guard reservist mean?

Someone currently in the National Guard.

Is a commander higher rank than captain?

A Navy or Coast Guard Captain outranks a Navy or Coast Guard Commander... however, a Navy Commander outranks and Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps Captain. Captain in those three branches is O3 - the Navy/Coast Guard equivalent is Lieutenant. In the Navy and Coast Guard, Captain is O6 - the equivalent rank in the Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps is Colonel.

Who was the first five star Admiral in the US Coast Guard?

That rank has never existed.

When can a reservist command an active duty member?

Whatever rank you hold as a reservist is recognised as such within the entire military. A reservist Sergeant outranks an active Corporal. However, there is a saying within the military - "stay in your lane". If the active soldier is not the jurisdiction of the reservist, then that reservist has no business getting in that regular's face and barking orders at them.

How much money do coast guard reserves make a year?

Pay is dependent on rank and time in service. While the majority of Coast Guard members don't make $60K right after school, it is possible.

What rank is below Captain?

In the Army Air Force, and Marine Corps, the rank immediately below Captain is First Lieutenant. In the Navy and Coast Guard, the rank immediately below Captain is Commander.

How much will you get paid in the Coast Guard?

a cost guard get paid $1576 weekly , if you work 20 years you'll get $96,000 a year it also depends on you rank

Can a National Guard officer be a reservist or must he be in active duty?

Most National Guard officers are on reserve duty status.

Is a coast guard a veteran?

If you served in the Coast Guard, then yeah you are a veteran. The Coast Guard is a branch of the military, so people in the Coast Guard are soldiers.

What is a coast guard noncom?

A "non-commissioned officer" an enlisted man with petty officer rank.

How much money does a coast guard officer make per year?

$96,000 a year also depends on rank

Is Master Chief a real rank?

There is no kind of about it. Both the US Navy and Coast Guard use the Rank Master Chief Petty Officer for the highest enlisted rank. Only Warrant and Commissioned officers rank above Master Chiefs.

Salary of the us coast guard?

The salary of a member of the US Coast Guard is the same as other services ie. Navy, Army, Marine Corps. You get paid by your rank E-1 through E-10* for the enlisted. Note, E-10 there is only one and he/she is called the Master chief petty officer of the US Coast Guard. O-1 through O-10* for officers. Note there is only one O-10 and he/she is the Comandant of the coast guard. You can do a search of base pay for the USCG for the current year and depending on how many years you are in and what rank you are.

Can reservist lose rank on active duty orders?

Yes. It could be done for a number of reasons.

What is the highest Coast Guard rank?

The highest rank in the Coast Guard is the Commandant, who holds the rank of Admiral (abbreviated ADM) and is in pay grade O-10. Admiral rank insignia is four stars. Other admiral ranks include Rear Admiral Lower Half (RDML/three stars/O-9), Rear Admiral Upper Half (RADM/two stars/O-8), and Vice Admiral (VADM/one star/O-7).

What rank comes before captain?

First Lieutenant in the Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force; Commander in the Navy and Coast Guard.