Which rank has the same pay grade as a master sergeant?
Master Sergeant in the Army is pay grade E8. First Sergeant is the other Army E8 rank.
In the Army and Marines, it's First Sergeant, which are both pay grade E8. In the Air Force, Master Sergeant is pay grade E7, but First Sergeant isn't a separate rank, although it is denoted with a diamond similar to what it used on Army and Marine Corps First Sergeant rank insignia. In the Air Force, the designated First Sergeant can be pay grades E7 through E9.
Specialist 5 - it's a discontinued Army rank. A Specialist got the same pay as a Sergeant (also pay grade E5), but was not a noncommissioned officer.
Tech 4 was a WWII US Army rank, for men trained in technical specialties, such as radio men, mechanics and so on. It was the same pay grade as a buck sergeant, and the holders of the rank were usually called "sergeant". The insignia of the rank was three chevrons, just like a buck sergeant, but below the chevrons there was a capital "T".
Your question is somewhat confusing, but I will try to answer it. If you want the rank structure for the United States Army Air Corps (pre-1947) it is: Private, Private First Class, Corporal or Technician 5th Grade, Sergeant or Technician 4th Grade, Staff Sergeant or Technician 3rd Grade, Technical Sergeant, Master Sergeant or First Sergeant. The officer grades have remained the same: 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant, Captain, Major, Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel, Brigadier General, Major General… Read More
Technician Fifth Grade. On January 8, 1942, the War Department, the ranks of Technician Third Grade (T/3), Technician Fourth Grade (T/4), and Technician Fifth Grade (T/5) were created and replaced the existing specialist ranks. Initially, these ranks used the same insignia as the Staff Sergeant, Sergeant, and Corporal, but later, Changed added a "T" for "Technician" to the standard chevron design that corresponded with that grade. A technician was generally not addressed as such, but… Read More
An obsolete rank which is no longer in use. a Tec rank was a specialist in a certain field, and was placed at a pay grade according to their expertise and experience in that field - in this case, a Tec 5 would be the same pay grade as a Sergeant. However, they did not the authority of an NCO.
You address a Staff Sergeant as "Staff Sergeant." All the Armed Forces have a distinct proper title for each rank; however the Marine Corps is unique in that the title "Sergeant" is only permissible for E-5s. Though the Army may use "Sergeant" or "Sarge" for any E-5 or above, this is considered to be extremely improper in the Marines. Below is the Marine Corps enlisted rank structure and proper forms of address. E-1 Private, E-2… Read More
I hav the same problem. I have 2000 kills and im still a private but when i go onto the leaderboards it say i am a master sergeant. It bullsht
All the ten prestiges have the same ranks however after prestiging, you will only see that prestige emblem So considering your talking about them in 0 prestige where you can actually see the ranks then they go in this order; Rank 1 - 3: Private Rank 4 - 6: Private First Class Rank 7 - 9: Specialist Rank 10 - 12: Corporal Rank 13 - 15: Sergeant Rank 16 - 18: Staff Sergeant Rank 19… Read More
Sergeant is the rank. It's the same now as it was in 1970.
Service members in pay grades E-1 through E-3 are usually either in some kind of training status or on their initial assignment. The training includes the basic training phase where recruits are immersed in military culture and values and are taught the core skills required by their service component. Basic training is followed by a specialized or advanced training phase that provides recruits with a specific area of expertise or concentration. In the Marines, this… Read More
Private, Private First Class, Specialist, Corporal, Sergeant ranks up to and including Sergeant Major of the Army (Army) Private, Private First Class, Lance Corporal, Corporal, all Sergeant ranks up to and including Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (Marine Corps) Airman Basic, Airman, Airman First Class, Senior Airman, all Sergeant ranks up to and including Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (Air Force) Seaman Recruit, Seaman Apprentice, Seaman, all Petty Officer ranks up to… Read More
This Staff Sergeant should be promoted at the same time as other Staff Sergeants with the same time in grade and the same qualifications.
Noncommissioned officers and officers are not the same. That aside, it would depend on which military you're referring to, specifically. A warrant officer in the US military is a bit different from a warrant officer in the British military, for example, and I'm inclined to believe by your question that you're referring to either a Commonwealth or European military. In the case of the traditional British/Commonwealth rank structure, the rank below the lowest grade of… Read More
SSGT is a military rank in the US Air Force that means Staff Sergeant. In the US Air Force, it is used to signify an individual in the pay grade of E-5. In the Army and Marine Corp, the same name and abbreviation are used, but in this case, they signify someone in the pay grade of E-6.
They're paid according to their pay grade, time in service, and additional allowances they may be entitled to, such as Hazardous Duty Pay. There is no extra pay for simply being a medic, thus, a medic with the rank of Sergeant who has four years time in service will be paid the same as an infantryman or truck driver with equal rank and time in service.
Answer USA - The officer rank used in the Army during WW1 was the same as used later in WW II, with the exception of Warrant Officer, which was introduced in WW II, being a rounded end gold bar, with a brown or blue cloisonné field divided in the middle. (Blue for Army Air Corps, Brown for ground forces.) To recap those: General: 4 silver stars Lieutenant General: 3 silver stars Major General: 2 silver… Read More
If you are referring to calling someone master, it is the same as mister. Mr. But if you are talking about a degree or rank you put a capital M in front. (MPhil- Master of Philosophy, MSG- Master Sargent)
It depends on his or her rank, but a Sergeant who's a dental assistant makes the same money as a Sergeant who's a truck driver, cook, mortarman or drill instructor.
Winning a Master Rank Contest is the same as winning the other contests except this is where all the "elite" trainers are so it will be more difficult, also, in the Master Contests, people don't cheer for you in the beginning, so you almost always start on the bottom.
Up until the end of the 20th Century most, if not all nations with Armies utilized the same basic rank structure: Officers and Men: 1. Officers: Lieutenants, Captains, Majors, Lieutenant Colonels, Colonels, and Generals. 2. Enlisted Men: Private, Corporal, Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Sgt First Class, Master Sgt., First Sgt, Sergeant Major.
No. You have ranks mixed up. Stars are given to officers and a Sergeant is given stripes. A gunnery sergeant is a Marine master sergeant or the same as a E9 in the Army. They are considered enlisted noncoms officer.
Depends on what "low rank" is to you and also if he's enlisted or an officer. Basically everyone in the military of the same rank and time in grade is paid the same. See the pay chart in the Related Links, below.
They get paid in accordance with their rank and time in service. A Sergeant in Special Forces gets the same base pay that a Sergeant cook with an equal amount of time in service gets.
The same as any other infantry soldier of his rank/grade level.
In Pokemon platinum's contest why can't i play great rank ultra rank and master rank all my Pokemon are unable to do it?
are you using the same Pokemon for the contests, e.g Ambipom for cool normal rank, if you win, he should be able 2 do cool great rank
In the US Army during World War 2, there were two paths from which you could advance. There was the way of which you go to Corporal, to Sergeant, to Staff Sergeant and so on. But there was also the Technicians path. This went from Technician Grade 5, equivalent to Corporal, abbreviated T/5. Then Technician Grade 4, equivalent to Sergeant, abbreviated T/4. These replaced "specialists" and were replaced by specialists at a later date after… Read More
Pay grade goes by rank not MOS (Military Occupational Speciality). Rank is Private, pay grade is E-1; Sergeant is rank, E-5 is the pay grade, etc. For officers, O-1 is a 2nd Lieutenant...Major is O-4, etc. An E-4 Corporal infantryman will make the same money as an E-4 tank crewman. Those are the "base" pay salaries. Extra money comes in the way of additional pay: Parachute pay (jump pay); hazardous duty pay; demolitions pay; over… Read More
Base pay is determined by rank/pay grade and time in service, not by occupation. An E5 (Sergeant) with four years in service (as an example) has the exact same base pay whether they be a cook, PAC clerk, tank commander, infantryman, MP, or any other occupation in the Army.
How much a soldier gets paid depends on their rank and corresponding pay grade, and their time in service - not their occupation. An E5 (Sergeant) with four years who serves as a truck mechanic will have the same base pay as an E5 with four years who serves as an infantry fire team leader.
Which is a higher rank in the military an E6 petty officer first class in the navy or a 2nd lieutenant in the army?
Officers outrank enlisted personnel. Thus, a Second Lieutenant - which is 01 - outranks an E6 in any branch of service, whether Navy (Petty Officer First Class), Coast Guard (same rank as Navy), Army (Staff Sergeant), Marine Corps (Staff Sergeant), or Air Force (Technical Sergeant).
You win one when you beat a Master rank Pokemon contest for the second time with the same Pokemon.
TEC-5, or Technician Fifth Class, was a pay grade E-4, the same as a Corporal. In general, a Corporal was more likely to be in charge of other soldiers. A TEC-4 was at grade E-5, like a Sergeant. There were few if any TECs above that, but a TEC-3 wold have been E-6. In any case, the higher the number, the lower the grade. Later the Army did away with TECs and created Specialists, which… Read More
It depends on your rank. Each rank is assigned a Pay-Grade, and each Pay-Grade recieves a different ammount of money. Each equivilent paygrade across the 4 main uniformed branches in the US makes the same. So a E5 in the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force would make the same.
The armed forces pay rates are the same across all of the services. The same rank and time in grade will result in the same pay anywhere.
The only way one soldier can out rank another who has the same time is service/time in grade is if he has been placed in such a position by a higher ranking service member or by situation. For instance: Say two soldiers who joined the service at the same time, were promoted at the same time, were in the same unit. Soldier A is made squad leader and soldier B is a member of that… Read More
SP4 is a Specialist, E-4, which is one step (rank) above a PFC, Private 1st class, E-3 and one step (rank) below a Sergeant, Sgt., E-5. A Private is an E-1 which is the rank most soldiers get out of boot camp. I still believe that this basic rank structure is the same as it was when I was in the Army 35 years ago. I don't know if the rank of Corporal is still… Read More
if you have won 4 contests and you can start in vendurf and go to if you have won and you will be able to enter super rank in fallabor the same and go to slatport the same and go to lilycove if you have won 4 contests and you can start in vendurf and go to if you have won and you will be able to enter super rank in fallabor the same and… Read More
well to start you have to win a ribbon with the same Pokemon in slateport (the first contest building) then fallabor town (second) then in lilycove (Master contests)
None! They are all paid the same based on a pay scale designated by the Federal Government. A single sergeant in the Army say with 5 years makes the exact same base pay as a single sergeant in the Marines or a Petty Officer Second Class in the Navy. The pay differs with your number of years of service, your rank and whether you are single or married.
During the Vietnam War, the "average" US GI made about $90 in boot camp and about $350 as an E-4 in country. An E-1, E-2, E-3, and E-4 are Private, Private, Private First Class, and Specialist 4 (probably changed to just Specialist today). An E-5 would be a buck sergeant (3 stripes). All branches; Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, would've been paid roughly the same according to their grade (E grade). "E" standing for enlisted… Read More
The Army and USMC have some of the same names for enlisted ranks (as Private, Corporal, and Sergeant), which are all different from the Navy. The Air Force also uses Sergeant, but the lower ranks are Airman with a class number. An Air Force Sergeant, however, is a different pay grade from a Swergeant in the Army or USMC. Army, USMC, and Air Force all have the same names for officer ranks, but the Navy… Read More
It depends on that persons rank. he would make the same amount of money as anyone else in the military of the same pay grade. it does not matter what you do in the military, all jobs pay the same.Type your answer here...
Technician Fourth Grade was one of three technician ranks established on January 8, 1942 during World War II. Those who held this rank were often addressed as Sergeant, as they shared the same pay grade. Technicians possessed specialized skills which were rewarded with a higher pay grade. These skills could be directly related to combat, such as a tank driver or combat engineer, or be a support function such as a cook or mechanic. Depending… Read More
Technician 5 (T/5, Tech 5) was an enlisted rank in the American Army during WWII. The holder of this rank was at pay grade 5, the same as a corporal. They were addressed as "corporal" but did not have the authority to give orders to privates, as a corporal did. This rank was awarded to men trained in technical specialties, such as radio or engine mechanics, for example. The insignia of a T/5 resembled a… Read More
US Private -- UK Private/private equivilent (ie Kingsman, Guardsman, Ranger) US Private fist class -- UK N/A USCorporal/specialist -- UK Lance Corporal/Bombardier US Sergeant -- UK Corporal/Bombardier/Lance Sergeant/Lance corporal of horse US Staff Sergeant -- UK Sergeant/Corporal of horse US Sergeant first class -- UK Staff Sergeant/colour sergeant/staff corporal US Master sergeant -- UK Warrant Officer class 2 US First Sergeant -- UK Company Sergeant Major US Sergeant Major -- UK Warrant Officer class 1… Read More
A Tec 5 had the same pay as a Sergeant, but did not have the authority of an NCO. Soldiers who enlisted from or were drafted from the civilian workforce often had experience in a trade which the military needed. For example, someone who was a welder in the civil sector might be drafted and assigned as a welder in the Army. Rather than start them off as a Private, their pay grade would be… Read More
Officers in order from the lowest were ensign (the equivalent of a second lieutenant in all other branches), lieutenant, junior grade (lieutenant, j. g., same as a first lieutenant in all other branches), lieutenant (same as captain), lieutenant commander (same as major), commander (same as lieutenant colonel), captains (same as colonel), rear admiral, lower half (same as brigadier general, one star), rear admiral, upper half (same as major general, two stars), vice admiral (same as… Read More
If you went through ROTC, you'll be a Second Lieutenant. If you enlisted into the military, it'll generally depend on your branch of service. I know in the Army with a four-year degree, you can enlist as a Specialist (E4). However, everyone else who enlists at the same time as you will have caught up with you in rank by the time you're eligible for Sergeant (E5).
The base pay is exactly the same as any equal ranking officer in any other position. Pay is determined by rank and corresponding pay grade, not by job title.