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Ranks

US Army - Officers

  1. Captain

    Description

    To be promoted to Captain is to be the standard of excellence as a Company Commander and an Officer. The Captain enjoys universal respect from his Soldiers and fellow Officers.

    Prerequisites

    1. Demonstrated excellence as Company Commander
    2. Approval of Commanding Staff
    200
    Promotion Points
    Grade 3
    Capt.
  2. First Lieutenant

    Description

    The First Lieutenant has proven himself as a competent Platoon Leader, and a trusted part of Command Staff. He has earned the full confidence of his subordinates and superiors in any task he is given.

    Prerequisites

    1. Demonstrated excellence as Platoon Leader
    2. 360 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Sets the example in all areas
    4. Promotion Board Approval
    5. Approval of Commanding Officer
    150
    Promotion Points
    2nd Grade
    1st Lt.
  3. Second Lieutenant

    Description

    Just as the Private is the junior enlisted, the Second Lieutenant is the entry-level grade of the U.S Army Officers fraternity. The Second Lieutenant is a green, capable, and excited leader that usually takes charge of a Platoon-sized element.

    For Aviation, honor graduates of the Aviation Cadet Training Program receive commission as a Second Lieutenant.

    Prerequisites (Infantry)

    1. Completion of all leadership schools
    2. Graduation of the Infantry Officer Training Program
    3. Sets the example in all areas
    4. Shown success as a Squad Leader/Platoon Sergeant
    5. 180 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)

    Prerequisites (Aviation)

    1. Honor graduate of the Aviation Cadet Training Program

                                                  OR

    1. 50 Promotion Points
    2. 180 Days TIG (Time-in-Grade)
    3. Demonstrated excellence as a Pilot.
    0
    Promotion Points
    1st Grade
    2nd Lt.
  4. Officer Candidate

    Description

    The Infantry Officer Training Program (IOTP) is the U.S. Army's main training academy for prospective Infantry Officers. The training program is generally open to qualified enlisted non-commissioned officers. Candidates who successfully complete training program receive formal commissions as U.S. Army Officers and assume the ability to command Soldiers.

    Prerequisites

    1. Selection for the Infantry Officer Training Program (must be Grade 5 or higher for selection)
    0
    Promotion Points
    Grade 4
    OC.

US Army - Warrant Officers

  1. Chief Warrant Officer

    Description

    Advanced-level experts who perform the primary duties that of a technical and tactical leader. They provide direction, guidance, resources, assistance, and supervision necessary for subordinates to perform their duties. CWO primarily support operations levels from team or detachment through squadron level units.

    Prerequisites

    1. 120 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    2. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    3. Approved by Command Staff
    100
    Promotion Points
    Grade 1
    CWO.
  2. Warrant Officer

    Description

    Warrant Officers become commissioned officers by warrant as determined by the President of the United States. Warrant Officers are intermediate level technical and tactical experts who perform increased duties and responsibilities at the detachment through flight, and sometimes squadron levels.

    Prerequisites

    1. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    2. 90 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    50
    Promotion Points
    Grade 2
    WO.
  3. Flight Officer

    Description

    Appointed by warrant from the Secretary of the Army, Flight Officers are technically and tactically focused officers who perform the primary duties of an army aviator

    1. Graduation from Flight School
    2. 60 Days TIG
    3. No significant lapse in activity levels.
    0
    Promotion Points
    Grade 3
    FO.
  4. Aviation Cadet

    Description

    Aviation Center of Excellence (Aviation School) is the U.S. Army's main training academy for prospective Warrant Officers. The school is generally open to qualified enlisted personnel. Candidates who successfully complete the rigorous training curriculum receive formal commissions as U.S. Army Warrant Officers.

    Prerequisites

    1. 1) Achieved rank of Technician Fifth Grade or Waivered by Brigade Commander
      2) Selected for Flight School
    0
    Promotion Points
    Grade 4
    A/S.

US Army - Enlisted

  1. Master Sergeant

    Description

    The rank of Master Sergeant says it all - Master of Leadership. The Master Sergeant has earned his place at the Company and Battalion level. Although not charged with the enormous responsibilities of a First Sergeant, a Master Sergeant is still a highly respectable and skilled individual. The Master Sergeant is charged with the duties of First Sergeant when he is unavailable, and primarily advises Company Command and assists with the training of enlisted soldiers.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 360 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Demonstrated success as Platoon Sergeant or Squad Leader
    4. Sets the example in all areas.
    5. Recommendation from Company Command
    6. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    150
    Promotion Points
    Grade 1
    M/Sgt.
  2. First Sergeant

    Description

    The rank of First Sergeant comes with enormous responsibilities and expectations. Only an individual with an advanced level of knowledge, skill and experience can head such a job. The First Sergeant is where all unit operations merge. The First Sergeant holds formations, instructs Platoon Sergeants, advises the Company Commander and trains enlisted members.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 360 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Demonstrated profound success as a Platoon Sergeant or Squad Leader
    4. Sets standards of excellence in all areas
    5. Recommendation from Battalion Command
    6. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    120
    Promotion Points
    Grade 1
    1st Sgt.
  3. Technical Sergeant

    Description

    The rank of Technical Sergeant comes with many battles and has mastered his field of expertise. Generally, Technical Sergeant run staff work for the Company Headquarters or operates as the Platoon Sergeant.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 120 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Demonstrated success at Company Level
    4. Sets the example in all areas.
    5. Recommendation from Company Command
    6. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    100
    Promotion Points
    Grade 2
    T/Sgt.
  4. Staff Sergeant

    Description

    Staff Sergeants are the experienced leader, they're the lower enlisted individuals connection to Platoon Leadership. The Staff Sergeant directs Squad, and sometimes Platoon sized elements into battle.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 120 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Assigned to Squad Leader
    4. Demonstrated Success as Squad Leader
    5. Actively participates in forums & in-game activity
    75
    Promotion Points
    Grade 3
    S/Sgt.
  5. Technician Third Grade

    Description

    Technician Third Grade is an individual who has mastered his field of expertise. Generally, Technician Third Grade run staff work for the Company Headquarters or operates as medical or signal roles at the Company Level.

    Prerequisites

    1. 120 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    2. 65 Points
    65
    Promotion Points
    Grade 4
    T/3.
  6. Sergeant

    Description

    Sergeants run the U.S Army, of that there is no doubt. Sergeants are the entry to the hallowed fraternity of the NCO Corps, and are expected to lead small teams, and sometimes Squads.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 100 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    3. Assigned to Assistant Squad Leader or Squad Leader
    60
    Promotion Points
    Grade 4
    Sgt.
  7. Technician Fourth Grade

    Description

    Technician Fourth Grade is an individual who is experienced in the units Squad or Platoon level activities and participates frequently within the unit. They are experienced in their field of expertise.

    Prerequisites

    1. 90 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    2. 50 Points
    50
    Promotion Points
    Grade 4
    T/4.
  8. Corporal

    Description

    Corporal is the gateway to the NCO corps, an individual who's proven to have potential based on merit, knowledge, or pure skill.

    Prerequisites

    1. Promotion Board Approval
    2. 90 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    45
    Promotion Points
    Grade 5
    Cpl.
  9. Technician Fifth Grade

    Description

    Technician Fifth Grade is an individual who is experienced in the units Squad or Platoon level activities and participates frequently within the unit. This individual has earned their place within the unit.

    Prerequisites

    1. 60 Days TIG (Time-In-Grade)
    2. 35 Points
    35
    Promotion Points
    Grade 5
    T/5.
  10. Private First Class

    Description

    Private First Class is the inexperienced, but not fully green soldier within the unit.

    Prerequisites

    1. Graduation of BCT & ITPT with Honors

                           OR

    1. TIG of 45 Days
    25
    Promotion Points
    Grade 6
    Pfc.
  11. Private

    Description

    Private is the initial step into the U.S Army, an individual must complete the enlistment process and be eligible for enlistment to achieve this rank.

    Prerequisites

    1. Completion of Enlistment
    0
    Promotion Points
    Grade 7
    Pvt.
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