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Private

  1. Private Trainee

    Recruits 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 acceptance of application. Once inducted, the Recruit is assigned to the Training Platoon and scheduled for Basic Combat Training.


    Prerequisites
    1) Complete enlistment process.

    0
    Promotion Points
    E-1
    PVT

Private Second Class

  1. Private Second Class

    First achievable rank earned by Promotion Points and Time In Grade (TIG)


    Prerequisites
    1) Graduate from BCT & RASP

    2) 10 promotion points

    3) Assigned to a Squad

    0
    Promotion Points
    E-2
    PV2

Private First Class

  1. Private First Class

    Private First Class is a solider who has a few weeks of experience in the unit and is a reliable member of their team.

    Prerequisites

    1) Earned 30 Promotion Points
    2) Four weeks Time In Grade (TIG) as PV2 and assignment to a squad
    3) Completed Land Navigation Course
    4) No significant lapse in activity levels

    10
    Promotion Points
    E-3
    PFC

Specialist

  1. Specialist

    A Specialist is a Soldier who has earned experience in Squad and DMOS activities, participated in combat operations, and is a proven asset to the Squad.


    Prerequisites
    1) Earned 50 Promotion Points
    2) Six weeks TIG as PFC
    3) Demonstrated proficiency in game
    4) Completed Ranger School
    5) Able to assist the Squad Leader or FTL when needed

    50
    Promotion Points
    E-4
    SPC

Corporal

  1. Corporal

    Junior NCO rank. Reserved for those in leadership roles.

    Prerequisites

    1) Earned 60 Promotion Points
    2) Seven weeks TIG as SPC
    3) Demonstrated proficiency as a leader
    4) Currently holding a Fireteam leadership or Squad Medic position
    5) Completed Basic Leadership Course (BLC)
    6) Completed Air Assault School or Jump School

    60
    Promotion Points
    E-4
    CPL

Sergeant

  1. Sergeant

    First NCO rank. The backbone of the Army. A Sergeant is a proven leader and if necessary, can serve as NCOIC of a DMOS. 


    Prerequisites
    1) Earned 60 Promotion Points
    2) Ten weeks TIG as CPL
    3) Demonstrated proficiency as a leader
    4) Currently holding a Fireteam leadership or Squad leadership position
    5) Completed Advanced Leadership Course (ALC)

    60
    Promotion Points
    E-5
    SGT

Staff Sergeant

  1. Staff Sergeant

    The Staff Sergeant is a proficient and reliable Squad Leader. Not only does the Staff Sergeant excel in Squad leadership, they also shows the ability to assist the Platoon Sergeant or even serve as one if called upon. 


    Prerequisites
    1) Earned 100 Promotion Points
    2) Eighteen weeks TIG as SGT
    3) Demonstrated proficiency as a leader
    4) Currently holding Squad leadership position

    100
    Promotion Points
    E-6
    SSG

Sergeant First Class

  1. Sergeant First Class

    The Sergeant First Class is the Platoon level NCO. They has proven themselves not only an excellent Squad Leader in the past, but also an effective Platoon Sergeant. They have become a trusted advisor and counselor to all junior NCOs and Rangers. 


    Prerequisites
    1) Earned 150 Promotion Points
    2) Thirty weeks TIG as SSG
    3) Currently holding a Platoon Sergeant position
    4) Must be recommended by COC

    250
    Promotion Points
    E-7
    SFC

Master Sergeant

  1. Master Sergeant

    The rank of Master Sergeant says it all: Master of the art of leadership. The Master Sergeant serves as the principal NCO in staff elements at company and often higher levels. Although not charged with the enormous leadership responsibilities of the First Sergeant, the Master Sergeant is expected to dispatch leadership and other duties with the same professionalism and to achieve the same results as the First Sergeant.


    Prerequisites
    1) Ten (10) months TIS overall
    2) Demonstrated success at all levels of NCO leadership
    3) Is an example to be followed in all areas
    4) Ability to assist the Command Staff where necessary
    5) Recommendation from the Officers of Command Staff

    300
    Promotion Points
    E-8
    MSG

First Sergeant

  1. First Sergeant

    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) One (1) year TIS
    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 Squad Leader and/or Platoon Sergeant
    7) Recommendation from the Battalion Commander

    400
    Promotion Points
    E-8
    1SG

Sergeant Major

  1. Sergeant Major

    The Sergeant Major is the principal Senior NCO of the Battalion. With a background of excellence in all areas of leadership including Company First Sergeant, the Sergeant Major represents the height of accomplishment in the NCO Corps. The Sergeant Major can move mountains, part the skies and place his boot where he wishes.


    Prerequisites
    1) Special appointment by the Battalion Commander

    450
    Promotion Points
    E-9
    SGM

Command Sergeant Major

  1. Command Sergeant Major

    The Command Sergeant Major is the commanding senior NCO of any command element. With a background of excellence in all areas of leadership including Company First Sergeant, the Command Sergeant Major represents the height of accomplishment in the NCO Corps. The Command Sergeant Major is a beast of his/her own and not to be trifle with.


    Prerequisites
    1) Special appointment by the Battalion Commander

    500
    Promotion Points
    E-9
    CSM

Warrant Officer Candidate

  1. Warrant Officer Candidate

    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) Achieved rank of E-4B Specialist or Waivered by Brigade Commander
    2) Selected for Warrant Officer Candidate School
    3) Willing to complete 7 week Warrant Officer Candidate School

    0
    Promotion Points
    W-1
    WOC

Warrant Officer 1

  1. Warrant Officer 1

    Requires Student Pilot Program to be eligible for promotion to this rank.

    0
    Promotion Points
    W-1
    WO1

Chief Warrant Officer 2

  1. Chief Warrant Officer 2

    Requires completion of Land Nav course to be eligible for promotion to this rank.

    90
    Promotion Points
    W-2
    CW2

Chief Warrant Officer 3

  1. Chief Warrant Officer 3

    Requires recommendations from two NCO Staff members to be eligible for promotion to this rank.

    150
    Promotion Points
    W-3
    CW3

Chief Warrant Officer 4

  1. Chief Warrant Officer 4

    Requires recommendation from one O-1 or higher to be eligible for promotion to this rank.

    250
    Promotion Points
    W-4
    CW4

Chief Warrant Officer 5

  1. Chief Warrant Officer 5

    Assigned by the Unit Commander

    0
    Promotion Points
    W-5
    CW5

Second Lieutenant

  1. Second Lieutenant

    As the PV2 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 Leader, 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.


    Prerequisites
    1) Demonstrated excellence as a Soldier, NCO or Senior NCO
    2) Selection for OCS or Field Commission Board and successful passing of same
    3) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Regiment

    0
    Promotion Points
    O-1
    2LT

First Lieutenant

  1. First Lieutenant

    The First Lieutenant has proven him/herself as a competent Platoon Leader 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) Demonstrated excellence as a Platoon Leader or Aviation Brigade Commander.
    2) Three (3) months to Six (6) months TIG at O-1 Second Lieutenant
    3) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Regiment

    150
    Promotion Points
    O-2
    1LT

Captain

  1. Captain

    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) Demonstrated excellence as a Company Commander or Aviation Brigade Commander
    2) Trusted member of Command Staff
    3) Approval of the Commanding Officer of the Regiment

    300
    Promotion Points
    O-3
    CPT

Major

  1. Major

    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 Regiment

    400
    Promotion Points
    O-4
    MAJ

Lieutenant Colonel

  1. Lieutenant Colonel

    Their primary function of Lieutenant Colonels is to serve as commanders of battalion-sized elements. Although, they can also serve as staff officers at the brigade level or above, aiding in the planning, resourcing, and functioning of units.

    Lieutenant Colonels serving as commanders of battalions are the final authority on everything that occurs in the battalion, recognized as responsible for everything the battalion does or fails to do. 

    Prerequisites
    1) (12) months TIG as O-4 Major
    2) Personally promoted by the Commanding Officer of the Regiment

    450
    Promotion Points
    O-5
    LTC

Colonel

  1. Colonel

    The Colonel has one job only, to Command the Regiment. His is the final word on all things. His responsibility is all encompassing and all consuming. In short, he signs the checks.


    Prerequisites
    1) Appointed as Brigade Commander.

    500
    Promotion Points
    O-6
    COL
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