Military Ranks - Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard

The United States military became one of the largest fighting forces in the world during World War 2 and the Cold War only served to solidify its place on the world stage for decades to come. Its command structure can appear bewildering at times, whether attempting to understand it on a professional or casual level. The information presented on this page provides the visitor the available ranks of the four major American military branches of service (the Coast Guard falls under the banner of the Navy and is included here as well). Each rank is listed from lowest-to-highest in their respective chain-of-command and include applicable ranks, shoulder patches and quick links to our pay scale page.

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US Army Ranks
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US Marine Ranks
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US Air Force Ranks
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US Navy Ranks
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US Coast Guard Ranks
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