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Hypothetical USN National Guard Rank Insignia E-1 to E-9

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Hypothetical USN National Guard Rank Insignia E-1 to E-9

Unread postby Chuck Anderson » Wed May 16, 2007 4:57 am

Hi Everyone!

Presented here are my illustrations of the hypothetical enlisted insignia of rank (E-1 through E-9) of the equally hypothetical USN National Guard.

These are just the basic rank insignia, shown without the many various specialty ratings, (which I shall show later in more detailed presentations.)

The rank titles are:

Seaman Recruit (Used in Boot Camp only!!)
Seaman Basic (After graduation from Boot Camp)

Seaman Apprentice


Petty Officer 3rd Class

Petty Officer 2nd Class

Petty Officer 1st Class

Chief Petty Officer

Senior Chief Petty Officer

Master Chief Petty Officer

Command Master Chief Petty Officer

MCPO of the (State) USN National Guard.....
(e.g., MCPO of the Virginia USN National Guard)

MCPO of the USN National Guard Region
(e.g. MCPO of the USN National Guard Eastern Region)

MCPO of the USN National Guard
Next, in another posting, I'll present my illustrations of warrant officer and officer insignia of rank for the USN National Guard.

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Unread postby dharma negara » Fri May 18, 2007 5:12 am

dear Chuck.

why the Senior CPO white star and Master CPO two white stars get red inverted chevrons red arch instead of Command CPO yellow star(s) - yellow ones?
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Unread postby Kedyw » Fri May 18, 2007 10:19 pm

The red and gold chevrons only denote service length. After 12 years of good conduct with no major infractions, the chevrons of an enlisted man's uniform are made gold, recognizing good service. All are entitled to this, from E-4 to E-9. However, it is nearly impossible to make Senior Chief before 12 years.
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