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LE1-C5S5T2pg319-324 Marine Corps Rank Structure. Purpose This lesson introduces you to the Marine Corps Rank Structure, including information on officer.

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1 LE1-C5S5T2pg Marine Corps Rank Structure

2 Purpose This lesson introduces you to the Marine Corps Rank Structure, including information on officer and enlisted rank, grades, and insignia.

3 1. Identify Marine Corps officer rank, grade, and insignia. 2. Identify Marine Corps enlisted rank, grade, and insignia. 3. Differentiate between Marine Corps officer and enlisted rank and insignia. 4. Identify Marine Corps officer and enlisted rank structure in sequence.

4 CPS Key Word Questions (1-4)

5 Rank Insignia Warrant Officer Warrant _____ - an official position such as a sergeant or a captain. _______ - a device attached to the uniform that indicates a persons rank. ____________ - prior enlisted Marine officers who are technical experts. _______ - official certificate of appointment to a specific enlisted or warrant officer rank.

6 CPS Lesson Questions (1-2)

7 How difficult do you think it will be for you to learn the Marine Corps Rank Structure? A.Extremely – I have a hard time memorizing. B.Very – I can do it, but will take a lot of practice. C.Somewhat – I am pretty good at memorizing. D.Piece of cake – I have already memorized all the ranks for the Marine Corps.

8 True or False: The MCJROTC rank structure is very different from the Marine Corps rank structure. A.True B.False

9 List 2-3 things that you already know about the Marine Corps rank and insignia? (Use CPS Pick a Student for this question)

10 Rank and grade in the Marine Corps is used for: personnel planning recruitment selection for training development of training needs promotions assignments

11 Through the ages, the rank has included symbols such as feathers, sashes, stripes, and showy uniforms.

12 Chevrons (enlisted insignia) are V-shaped stripes whose use in military go back at least the twelfth century. The British and French used chevrons (the French word for roof) to signify ______________. length of service

13 One of the most distinguishing features about the Marine Corps is the uniform.

14 Rank, grade, and insignia identify Marines as officers and enlisted.

15 A warrant officer is a prior enlisted Marine with specialties in a certain field such as knowledge, training, and experience with particular systems or equipment. A commissioned officer holds a rank of second lieutenant or above.

16 CPS Lesson Question (3-4)

17 The British and French used chevrons to signify ______________. A.rank B.level of courage C.years of service D.None of the above

18 True or False: A commissioned officer is a prior enlisted Marine with specialties in a certain field. A.True B.False

19 Company and Field Grade Officer 2 nd Lieutenant 1 st LieutenantCaptainMajor Lieutenant ColonelColonel General Officer Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant GeneralGeneral

20 W-1W-2W-3W-4W-5 Warrant Officer Chief Warrant Officer-2

21 E-1E-2E-3E-4E-5E-6 Enlisted Private First Class Lance CorporalCorporalSergeant Staff Sergeant E-7E-8E-9 Gunnery Sergeant Master Sergeant First Sergeant Master Gunnery Sergeant Sergeant Major Sergeant Major of the M.C.

22 CPS Lesson Question (5-6)

23 Of the ranks displayed, which is the highest? B.A.C.

24 Of the ranks displayed, which is the highest? B.A.C.

25 What are the most significant differences between the MCJROTC and the Marine Corps rank and structure? (Use CPS Pick a Student for this question)

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27 Images in this lesson were taken from: Microsoft © Clip Art Gallery Marine Corps Combat Camera Marine Corps OCS MCJROTC Student Text


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