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Ranks

82nd Airborne - Officers

  1. Major

    Description
    The Major is a Field Grade officer, one who is proven at all levels and can now be trusted with responsibilities that span the whole Regiment. The Major can serve as the Battalion Commander, Regimental Staff Officer, or even Regimental Executive Officer. All eyes are on the Major, for he assists the leadership of the Division in all areas.
    Prerequisites

    1) Demonstrated excellence as a Commissioned Officer in all areas.
    2) Personally promoted by the Commanding Officer of the Division.

    4th Grade
    Maj.
  2. 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 and has made the Division a better place because his Company has been made ever stronger
    Prerequisites

    1) Ten (10) months Time-In-Grade and 400 points.
    2) Demonstrated excellence as a Company Commander.
    3) Trusted member of Command Staff.
    4) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Division.

    3rd Grade
    Capt.
  3. First Lieutenant

    Description
    The First Lieutenant has proven him/herself as a competent Platoon Commander and a trusted part of Command Staff. He has earned the confidence of his Soldiers and continues to improve his Platoon, Company and the Division as a whole.
    Prerequisites
    1) Four (4) months Time-In-Grade and 250 points.
    2) Demonstrated excellence as a Platoon Commander
    3) Selected by Company Commander.
    4) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Regiment
    2nd Grade
    1st Lt.
  4. Second Lieutenant

    Description
    As the Pvt. is the junior Soldiers and the Cpl. is the junior NCO, the Second Lieutenant is a junior Commissioned Officer, learning what it means to no longer wear stripes. Second Lieutenants are freshly minted Platoon Commanders, and do well to take heed the advise of their Platoon Sergeant & First Sergeants. They also have a seat at the table of Command Staff, but also do well to listen more than speak. In T/Sgt. fashion, a 2nd Lt. is still considered a junior Officer, and mainly operates as a detachment leader in situations of low personnel, or as a assistant detachment leader.
    Prerequisites
    2) Demonstrated excellence as a Soldier, NCO or Senior NCO
    3) Selection for OCS or Field Commission Board and successful passing of same
    4) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Regiment
    1st Grade
    2nd Lt.

82nd Airborne - Flight Officers

  1. Chief Warrant Officer

    Description
    Senior 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. CWOs primarily have special mentorship responsibilities for other WO's and provide essential advice to commanders on WO issues
    Prerequisites

    1) Five (5) months time-in-grade, and 255 points.
    2) Contributes greatly in S-Shop, and assumes the role of leadership at the company level.
    3) No significant lapse in activity levels.
    4) Approved by Regimental Officer.

    W-2
    W2
  2. 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. Warrant Officers primarily support operations levels from team or detachment through brigade.
    Prerequisites

    1) Two (2) months time-in-grade, and 85 points.
    2) Contributes greatly in S-Shop, and assumes the role of leadership at the company level.
    3) No significant lapse in activity levels.
    4) Approved by Company Commander.

    W-1
    W1
  3. Flight Officer

    Description
    Flight Officers become commissioned officers by warrant as determined by the Secretary of The Army. Flight Officers are beginner level technical and tactical experts who perform increased duties and responsibilities at the detachment through battalion levels.
    Prerequisites

    1) One (1) months time-in-grade
    2) Contributes greatly in S-Shop, and assumes the role of leadership at the company level.
    3) No significant lapse in activity levels.

    W-2
    FO.
  4. Warrant Officer Candidate

    Description
    Appointed by warrant from the Secretary of the Army, Warrant Officer Candidates are technically and tactically focused officers who perform the primary duties of technical leader, trainer, operator, manager, maintainer, and adviser.
    Prerequisites

    1) Graduate from all leadership courses as an E-3.
    2) Appointed by Warrant.
    3) No significant lapse in activity levels.

    W-1
    WOC.

82nd Airborne - Enlisted

  1. Master Sergeant

    Description
    The Master Sergeant has his experience in the name. He is a Master of the NCO Corps, and a Master at being in the Army. He has walked up the stairs to the higher echelons of being an NCO, and has committed a lot of time, intelligence, and respect to the unit.
    Prerequisites
    1) One (1) Year Time-In-Grade and 325 Points.
    2) Demonstrated high levels of success in MOS and S-Shop.
    3) Shows leadership in all areas, completing ALL leadership courses.
    4) Ability to assist the Detachment Leader when necessary.
    5) Recommendation of Command Staff and Detachment Leader.
    1st Grade
    M/Sgt.
  2. First Sergeant

    Description
    When you are talking about the First Sergeant you are talking about the lifeblood of the Army. There can be no substitute of this position nor any question of its importance. When First Sergeants are exceptional, their units are exceptional, regardless of any other single personality involved. Perhaps their rank insignia should be the keystone rather than the traditional diamond. It is the First Sergeant at whom almost all unit operations merge. The First Sergeant holds formations, instructs Platoon Sergeants, advises the Commander, and assists in training of all enlisted members.
    Prerequisites
    1) Seven (7) months Time-In-Grade and 265 Points.
    2) Ability to assist the Company Commander or serve in his absence.
    3) Ability to write Company Reports in lieu of the Company Commander.
    4) Ability to actively participate in Command Staff activities and forums.
    5) Sets the standard of excellence in leadership throughout the Regiment.
    6) Demonstrated reputation of success as a Detachment Leader or S-Shop.
    1st Grade
    1st Sgt.
  3. Technical Sergeant

    Description
    The Technical Sergeant has proven his excellence in his  field and has earned the title of instructor. He has demonstrated the ability to learn and teach his craft to the best of his abilities, and oversees the training of others within his MOS, a long with operating at a higher level in the detachment
    Prerequisites

    1) Five (5) months Time-In-Grade and 200 points.
    2) Demonstrated success in MOS field, has completed basic and advanced leadership courses.
    3) Shows leadership in all areas.
    4) Ability to assist the Detachment Leader when necessary.
    5) Ability to train those within his MOS, or S-Shop proficiently.
    6) Recommendation of Command Staff.

    2nd Grade
    T/Sgt.
  4. Staff Sergeant

    Description
    The Staff Sergeant is a proficient and reliable Squad Leader or Platoon Sergeant. His leadership is crucial to the health of the Division. Not only does the Staff Sergeant excel in Platoon leadership, he also shows the ability to assist the Company NCOIC or even serve as one if called upon.
    Prerequisites
    1) Four (4) months TIG as a Sergeant and 155 points.
    2) Demonstrated success as in S-Shop, and as a leader.
    3) Shows leadership in all areas and Selected /or attended Leadership Courses.
    4) Ability to assist the Assistant Detachment Leader if necessary.
    5) Recommendation Promotion Board and Command Staff.
    3rd Grade NCO
    S/Sgt.
  5. Technician Third Grade

    Description
    The Staff Sergeant is a proficient and reliable Squad Leader or Platoon Sergeant. His leadership is crucial to the health of the Division. Not only does the Staff Sergeant excel in Platoon leadership, he also shows the ability to assist the Company NCOIC or even serve as one if called upon. This Tech Sergeant has shown advanced knowledge and practice in combat and specialized field.
    Prerequisites
    1) Four (4) months TIG as a Sergeant and 155 points.
    2) Demonstrated success as in S-Shop, and as a leader.
    3) Shows leadership in all areas and Selected /or attended Leadership Courses.
    4) Ability to assist the Assistant Detachment Leader if necessary.
    5) Recommendation Promotion Board and Command Staff.
    6) Advanced knowledge and practice in specialized field.
    3rd Grade Technician
    T/3.
  6. Sergeant

    Description
    The rank of Sergeant is the entree to a hallowed fraternity. Sergeants run the Army, of that there can be no doubt. A Sergeant is a proven leader and can lead a Chalk or even a Squad if necessary, as well as serve as NCOIC of a DMOS. The Sergeant is where the axe meets the stone.
    Prerequisites
    1) Three (3) Months of Time-In-Grade with 120 Points 
    2) Completion of Basic Leadership Course.
    3) Participates in Unit Activities regularly.
    4) Participating in an S-Shop.
    5) Recommendation from Detachment Commander.
    6) Selected by Platoon Leader and Platoon Sergeant.
    4th Grade NCO
    Sgt.
  7. Technician Fourth Grade

    Description
    The rank of Sergeant is the entree to a hallowed fraternity. Sergeants run the Army, of that there can be no doubt. A Sergeant is a proven leader and can lead a Chalk or even a Squad if necessary, as well as serve as NCOIC of a DMOS. The Sergeant is where the axe meets the stone. A Tech Sergeant is one who has shown his ability to lead on the ground, and to lead in his specialized field.
    Prerequisites
    1) Three (3) Months of Time-In-Grade with 120 Points 
    2) Completion of Basic Leadership Course.
    3) Participates in Unit Activities regularly.
    4) Participating in an S-Shop.
    5) Recommendation from Detachment Commander.
    6) Selected by Platoon Leader and Platoon Sergeant.
    7) Shows high proficiency in specialized field.
    4th Grade Technician
    T/4.
  8. Corporal

    Description
    Corporal is not just a rank. It is the doorway to the NCO Corps. Corporals have established themselves as having leadership potential and worthy of consideration as a future Squad Leader.
    Prerequisites
    1) Two (2) months Time-In-Grade and 45 points.
    2) Completion of Basic Leadership Course.
    3) Selected by Platoon Sergeant and Squad Leader.
    4) Participating in unit with diligence and excellence.
    5) Recommendation from Platoon Sergeant or Squad Leader.
    5th Grade NCO
    Cpl.
  9. Technician Fifth Grade

    Description

    A specialist is a basic soldier who has earned experience in activities, and participated in unit events frequently, and has graduated the specialized training process and proven themselves worthy on the field, and off the field.

    Prerequisites
    1) Two (2) months Time-In-Grade and 45 points.
    2) Demonstrated proficiency in game.
    3) Positively participates in Forums & other Communication services.
    4) No significant lapse in activity levels.
    5) Completion of specialized training, and recommendation from Detachment Leader.
    5th Grade Technician
    T/5.
  10. Private First Class

    Description
    Still new in the Unit, but not Green. A Private First Class is one that has shown his capabilities to follow and complete orders, and exemplify the early traits of being a leader.
    Prerequisites
    1) Forty-five (45) Days of Time-In-Grade with 30 Points.
    2) Personal File Completed.
    3) Participates frequently in unit activities.
    4) No significant lapse in activity levels.
    5) Recommendation from Squad Leader or Detachment Commander.
    6th Grade
    Pfc.
  11. Private

    Description
    Enlistees are given this rank upon their Induction into service. To be inducted, an enlistee must pass the enlistment process which includes a written application, verbal interview via Teamspeak, and verification of having the required equipment and software. Once inducted, the Trainee is assigned to a combat unit and scheduled for Basic Combat Training.
    Prerequisites

    1) Complete Induction Process.

    7th Grade
    Pvt.
  12. Recruit

    Description
    Enlistees are given this rank upon their Induction into service. To be inducted, an enlistee must pass the enlistment process which includes a written application, verbal interview via Teamspeak, and verification of having the required equipment and software. Once inducted, the Trainee is assigned to a combat unit and scheduled for Basic Combat Training. This rank is given to those that do not fit the required age standards.
    Prerequisites

    1) Complete enlistment process.
    2) Under-age applicant.

    8th Grade
    Rct.
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