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US Military Rank & Reference

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US Military Rank & Reference

Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems, Sea Warrior Program

Reference, Education

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An Official US Navy mobile application, produced by the Navy PMW 240 Program and NETC

The US Military Rank & Reference app provides a fun, easy way to learn Military ranks and insignia across all branches of the Military. As most service members know, learning how to recognize who to salute and address properly by rank or uniform insignia is an integral part of any Military career.
Part of the e-Sailor series of mobile apps, US Military Rank & Reference uses a short game scenario for quick and enhanced learning. The game randomly generates elements associated with Military rank, including collar devices, insignia on sleeves, and shoulder boards. The game provides multiple-choice visual selections and provides points for each correct answer. If a player answers incorrectly, the app shows them the correct insignia to reinforce learning.

A timing element in the game awards additional points for timely correct answers. By selecting the correct answer before the timer runs out, a user earns bonus points. However, there’s no stress here – a user only plays against the app. You begin with Navy ranks from 0-4,999 points. This progresses to Navy/Marine at 5,000-8,999 points and, at the highest level, Navy/Marine, Air Force, and Army at 9,000+ points. The user can see and identify all ranks across the Navy – from basic training when they are a Seaman to Chief Petty Officer to ranks of senior Admirals. Or they can switch their setting to the Marine Corps and view and identify ranks from Private to Gunnery Sergeant to General. Army and Air Force ranks and insignia are also included in the app.
The US Military Rank & Reference app also includes a sortable reference area to review full sets of cross-service rank indicators for a variety of Military personnel: Enlisted, Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO), and Officers. The app is a great visual tool for learning Military ranks and can be revisited frequently by anyone desiring refresher training.

The e-Sailor initiative was instituted by the Master Chief Petty Office of the Navy. e-Sailor leverages state-of-the-art mobile technologies to transform training and enhance curriculum delivery methodologies at Recruit Training Command. The e-Sailor series of mobile apps is being developed to support this effort. The goal of e-Sailor is to increase the quality of work and quality of life for the 21st Century Sailor!



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US Military Rank & Reference
US Military Rank & Reference

Free
An Official US Navy mobile application, produced by the Navy PMW 240 Program and NETC

The US Military Rank & Reference app provides a fun, easy way to learn Military ranks and insignia across all branches of the Military. As most service members know, learning how to recognize who to salute and address properly by rank or uniform insignia is an integral part of any Military career.
Part of the e-Sailor series of mobile apps, US Military Rank & Reference uses a short game scenario for quick and enhanced learning. The game randomly generates elements associated with Military rank, including collar devices, insignia on sleeves, and shoulder boards. The game provides multiple-choice visual selections and provides points for each correct answer. If a player answers incorrectly, the app shows them the correct insignia to reinforce learning.

A timing element in the game awards additional points for timely correct answers. By selecting the correct answer before the timer runs out, a user earns bonus points. However, there’s no stress here – a user only plays against the app. You begin with Navy ranks from 0-4,999 points. This progresses to Navy/Marine at 5,000-8,999 points and, at the highest level, Navy/Marine, Air Force, and Army at 9,000+ points. The user can see and identify all ranks across the Navy – from basic training when they are a Seaman to Chief Petty Officer to ranks of senior Admirals. Or they can switch their setting to the Marine Corps and view and identify ranks from Private to Gunnery Sergeant to General. Army and Air Force ranks and insignia are also included in the app.
The US Military Rank & Reference app also includes a sortable reference area to review full sets of cross-service rank indicators for a variety of Military personnel: Enlisted, Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO), and Officers. The app is a great visual tool for learning Military ranks and can be revisited frequently by anyone desiring refresher training.

The e-Sailor initiative was instituted by the Master Chief Petty Office of the Navy. e-Sailor leverages state-of-the-art mobile technologies to transform training and enhance curriculum delivery methodologies at Recruit Training Command. The e-Sailor series of mobile apps is being developed to support this effort. The goal of e-Sailor is to increase the quality of work and quality of life for the 21st Century Sailor!...
Ships & Aircraft Training
Ships & Aircraft Training

Free
An Official US Navy mobile application, produced by the Navy PMW 240 Program and NETC.

The Ships & Aircraft Training app provides a fun, easy way to learn to identify a wide range of modern and historical naval aircraft, surface/subsurface ships, and equipment. From carriers and destroyers to submarines and weapons systems, visual identification is an important first step to understanding the capabilities and foundational assets that contribute to our rich naval history.

Part of the e-Sailor series of mobile apps, Ships & Aircraft Training uses an intuitive digital flashcard system for quick and enhanced learning. A user can methodically pan through 100 categorized flashcards or jump to specific topics of interest using the dropdown menu.

Explore the early days of naval history through flashcards of wooden sailing ships, World War era battleships, modern Carrier Battle Groups, and supersonic aircraft. The cards also include information on modern aircraft, ships, submarines, unmanned surface vessels, and unmanned underwater vehicles.
Personalize your own learning experience by marking individual cards ‘easy’ or ‘tough’ and move more challenging cards to the top of the virtual stack for more frequent review. Use the stats tracker to monitor your progress and watch as the number of tough cards decreases. Test your knowledge by resetting the statistics and see if you can answer them all!

The e-Sailor initiative was instituted by the Master Chief Petty Office of the Navy. e-Sailor leverages state-of-the-art mobile technologies to transform training and enhance curriculum delivery methodologies at Recruit Training Command. The e-Sailor series of mobile apps is being developed to support this effort. The goal of e-Sailor is to increase the quality of work and quality of life for the 21st Century Sailor!...