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Private
PVT, E-1
Description
Rank given to members of the unit who have not yet passed Basic Combat Training (BCT). Upon enlisting, a PVT has up to two weeks to complete their BCT course.

Rank Requirements
1. Passed the Enlistment Procedures.

Private Second Class
PV2, E-2
Description
Rank awarded upon completion of Basic Combat Training.

Rank Requirements
1. Graduated from Basic Combat Training.

Private First Class
PFC, E-3
Description
Rank awarded to those who graduate Basic Combat Training with Honors, or to those who have proven themselves to their superior.

Rank Requirements
1. Either a) Graduates BCT with Honors OR b) achieves 1 month Time In Grade (TIG) after assignment to a squad.
2. Recommendation from their immediate superior.
3. Demonstrate an understanding and dedication to the unit's values.

Specialist
SPC, E-4
Description
Rank awarded to those who have established themselves within the unit as an experienced individual, demonstrating proficiency in trainings, and a will to help and expand the unit.

Rank Requirements
1. Six weeks TIG at PFC.
2. Graduated from at least one Advanced Individual Training (AIT) course.
3. Graduated from the Expert Infantryman Course or a second AIT course if a medic.
4. Passed training and maintained a DMOS position for at least two weeks.

Corporal
CPL, E-4
Description
The gateway to becoming a Non-Commissioned Officer, Corporals are typically inexperienced fireteam leaders, demonstrating leadership capabilities over a small group of individuals.

Rank Requirements
1. 10 weeks TIG minimum at PFC, or 4 weeks minimum TIG at SPC.
2. Maintain good standing in their DMOS position and the approval of their Staff Section Leader.
3. Must meet all requirements for E-4 Specialist in regards to course completion.
4. Graduated from Basic Leadership Course.
5. A direct nomination for a promotion board by their immediate superior* and the approval of the assembled board.

Sergeant
SGT, E-5
Description
An experienced individual capable of leading small to medium groups of individuals, striving to set and example and lead others.

Rank Requirements
1. 12 weeks TIG minimum at CPL, or 16 weeks TIG minimum at SPC with FTL experience.
2. Maintain good standing in their DMOS position and the approval of their Staff Section Leader.
3. Demonstrates dedication, professionalism, and a proficiency in all skills necessary to become a squad leader.
4. A direct nomination for a promotion board by their immediate superior* and the approval of the assembled board.

Staff Sergeant
SSG, E-6
Description
An experienced leader, proving success and and proficiency in commanding medium groups of infantry, and displaying and exemplifying the core values of the 184th.

Rank Requirements
1. 16 weeks TIG minimum at SGT.
2. Demonstrates great proficiency as a squad leader, over a period of at least 12 weeks.
3. Demonstrates a basic proficiency in platoon level tactics and leadership.
4. Graduated from Advanced Leadership Course.
5. A direct nomination for a promotion board by their immediate superior* and the approval of the assembled board.

Sergeant First Class
SFC, E-7
Description
A leader capable of changing the course of battle, commanding respect and capability through all of their actions.

Rank Requirements
1. 6 months minimum TIG at SSG.
2. Demonstrates competency at platoon management and tactics.
3. Requires a vacant Platoon Sergeant position.
4. A direct nomination for a promotion board by their immediate superior* and the approval of the assembled board.

Master Sergeant
MSG, E-8
Description
A master sergeant is typically assigned as a brigade-level section noncommissioned officer in charge and serves as the subject matter expert in his or her field, but may also hold other positions depending on the type of unit. The equivalent-grade first sergeant is the senior noncommissioned officer of a company, battery, or troop.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff.
2. Requires a vacant spot to be filled.
3. Must be assigned to HHC.

First Segeant
1SG, E-8
Description
A Master Sergeant is a senior non-commissioned officer (NCO) who serves as a brigade's NCO in Charge, equal to a First Sergeant but with less leadership responsibilities than one. A Master Sergeant is often specialized in certain field or subject matter.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.
2. Show responsible leadership and skill in battlefield management.
3. Requires a vacant spot to be filled.

Sergeant Major
SGM, E-9
Description
A veritable expert in keeping privates off of their grass.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Command Sergeant Major
CSM, E-9
Description
A veritable master in keeping privates off of their grass.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Warrant Officer Candidate
WOC
Description
A trainee in the process of being a warrant officer, a WOC is a candidate undergoing flight school.

Rank Requirements
1. 16 weeks Time In Service (TIS) minimum.
2. Approval of Flight Commander.
3. Acceptance into Flight School.

Warrant Officer 1
WO1, W-1
Description
A verified pilot or technical leader, a Warrant Officer is a candidate who has proven themselves in Flight School and demonstrated their capabilities and knowledge.

Rank Requirements
1. Graduation from Flight School.
2. Maintain good standing in a DMOS position and the approval of their Staff Section Leader.

Chief Warrant Officer 2
WO2, W-2
Description
Acting as a commissioned officer, Chief Warrant Officer 2 is a verified expert in their field, regarding either technical or tactical expertise. Can only be earned by members of an aviation detachment, or to those assigned to Headquarters & Headquarters Company (HHC).

Rank Requirements
For members of a flight detachment:
1. 6 months TIG minimum at WO1.
2. A demonstration of their understanding and mastery of required flight systems they are assigned to.
3. Approval of flight commander

For other unit members:
1. Must display a great understanding of their craft, providing a wide array of technical capabilities in assisting the unit.
2. Approval of command staff.

Chief Warrant Officer 3
CW3, W-3
Description
The CW3s are advanced level technical and tactical experts who perform the primary duties of technical leader, trainer, operator, manager, maintainer, sustainer, integrator, and advisor. They also perform any other branch-related duties assigned to them. As they become more senior, their focus becomes integrating branch systems into larger Army systems.

Rank Requirements
For members of a flight detachment:
1. 6 months TIG minimum at CW2.
2. A demonstration of their understanding and mastery of required flight systems they are assigned to.
3. Must be chosed as a flight Executive Officer.

For other unit members:
1. Must display a mastery of their craft, providing a wide array of technical capabilities in assisting the unit.
2. Approval of command staff.

Chief Warrant Officer 4
CW4, W-4
Description
The CW4s are senior-level technical and tactical experts who perform the duties of technical leader, manager, maintainer, sustainer, integrator, and advisor and serve in a wide variety of branch level positions. As they become more senior, they focus on integrating branch and Army systems into joint and national-level systems.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Chief Warrant Officer 5
CW5, W-5
Description
The CW5s are master-level technical and tactical experts who perform the primary duties of technical leader, manager, integrator, and advisor. They are the senior technical experts in their branches and serve at brigade and higher levels. They also serve as Command Chief Warrant Officers (CCWO) for large commands at the brigade level and higher.

Rank Requirements
1. Must be capable of sustained flight with no exterior systems, achieving peak "Unvehicled Aerial Man" status.
2. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Officer Candidate
OCS
Description
Officer candidates are former enlisted, warrants, or college graduates opting to go through Officer Candidate School, learning leadership and tactical skills necessary to lead soldiers.

Rank Requirements
1. Nomination for Officer Candidate School (OCS).

Second Lieutenant
2LT, O-1
Description
The entry-level comissioned officer, these officers are newly promoted leaders typically commanding a platoon.

Rank Requirements
1. Graduation from OCS.
2. Approval of command staff.

First Lieutenant
1LT, O-2
Description
An experienced platoon leader or detachment leader, first lieutenants are capable leaders and dedicated individuals.

Rank Requirements
1. 6 months TIG Minimum at 2LT
2. Proven themselves as a capable and excellent leader and officer.
3. Approval of command staff.

Captain
CPT, O-3
Description
The captain commands and controls company-sized units (62 to 190 Soldiers). He or she may also instruct at service schools and combat training centers or serve as a staff officer at the battalion level.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Major
MAJ, 0-4
Description
The major serves as the primary staff officer for brigade and task force command and manages personnel, logistical and operational missions.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Lieutenant Colonel
LTC, O-5
Description
The lieutenant colonel typically commands battalion-sized units (300 to 1,000 Soldiers) with a command sergeant major as an NCO assistant. He or she may also be selected for brigade and task force executive officer.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

Colonel
COL, O-6
Description
The colonel typically commands brigade-sized units (3,000 to 5,000 Soldiers), with a command sergeant major as principal NCO assistant. They may also serve as the chief of divisional-level staff agencies.

Rank Requirements
1. Requires the approval of command staff of the unit, only under special circumstance.

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