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What is the highest NATO rank?

What is the highest NATO rank?

Ranks and insignia of NATO

Commissioned officers
Lieutenant general or army corps general Vice admiral Air marshal
Major general or divisional general Rear admiral Air vice-marshal
Brigadier or brigadier general Commodore or flotilla admiral Air commodore
Colonel Captain Group captain

What rank is an Army e6?

Staff Sergeant
Army Ranks Chart

Pay Grade Rank Abbreviation
E-6 Staff Sergeant SSG
E-7 Sergeant First Class SFC
E-8 Master Sergeant MSG
E-8 First Sergeant 1SG

Is e6 a high rank in the Navy?

Petty Officer 1st Class (PO1/E-6) Petty Officer 1st Class is considered a high-grade Petty Officer.

What power does NATO have?

Since 1949, NATO has increased its collective military power. Today it has the capability to count on nearly 3.5-million personnel, troops and civilian combined. Each member state agrees to contribute with different strategic weight and influence.

Is there a NATO army?

NATO’s Command Structure: NATO has a permanent, integrated military command structure where military and civilian personnel from all member states work together. Under these Strategic Commands are two Joint Force Commands (in Brunssum, Netherlands and in Naples, Italy) that can deploy and run military operations.

What is E6 pay?

E-6 is the 6th enlisted paygrade in the United States military, with monthly basic pay ranging from $2,774.40 for an entry-level E-6 to $4,297.20 per month for E-6 personnel with over 40 years of experience.

How much do E6 make in the army?


Rank <2 Years Experience 6 Years Experience
Private First Class(E3) $25,246.80 $28,461.60
Specialist or Corporal (E4) $27,964.80 $33,948.00
Sergeant (E5) $30,499.20 $38,246.40
Staff Sergeant (E6) $33,292.80 $41,464.80

What is the highest rank in the Marines?

COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS – the highest-ranking Marine Officer, also a four-star general, serves on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

What are the ranks in the Royal Marines?


  • Lieutenant-Colonel of the Royal Marines.
  • Major.
  • Captain.
  • Lieutenant.
  • Second-Lieutenant (Ensign)
  • Colour-Sergeant.
  • Sergeant-Major.
  • Sergeant.

What is the order of the military ranks?

Army Ranks: Junior Enlisted (E-1 to E-3)

  • Private 2nd Class (E-2)
  • Private First Class (E-3)
  • Army Specialist (E-4)
  • Corporal (E-4)
  • Sergeant (E-5)
  • Staff Sergeant (E-6)
  • Sergeant First Class (Platoon Sergeant) (E-7)
  • Master Sergeant (E-8)

What are the ranks in the NATO navies?

This table shows the ranks and insignia of NCOs and Seaman in the navies of member countries of NATO. NATO maintains a “standard rank scale” in an attempt to match every member country’s military rank to corresponding ranks used by the other members.

Is there an intermediate rank in the NATO army?

Most countries do not have an intermediate tier of ranks between Officers and Other Ranks (see below). The exception is the United States, and the NATO warrant officer grades of WO1–WO5 (bottom to top) are used only for warrant officer ranks of the US military.

When was the rank system established in NATO?

The rank categories were established, in 1978, in the document STANAG 2116, formally titled NATO Codes for Grades of Military Personnel. There are two scales, though not all member countries use all the points on the NATO scales and some have more than one rank at some points (e.g. many forces have two ranks at OF-1, usually lieutenants ):

What are the warrant officer grades in NATO?

The exception is the United States, and the NATO warrant officer grades of WO1–WO5 (bottom to top) are used only for warrant officer ranks of the US military. In other countries with “Warrant Officer” ranks, they are considered part of Other Ranks.