Could You Identify The Marine Corps Rank Insignia? Trivia Quiz

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Could You Identify The Marine Corps Rank Insignia? Trivia Quiz - Quiz

This quiz has been designed to prepare you for the Officer Candidate School (United States Navy), which will grade your knowledge on Navy/ Marine Insignia (Officer and Enlisted). Watch for the Navy's E-1 - E-3 ranks and take note of what color the strips should be. View the images carefully and select the correct option. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    • A.

      Navy E-3 (Seaman)

    • B.

      Navy E-4 (Petty Officer 2stClass)

    • C.

      Navy E-6 (Petty Officer 1st Class)

    • D.

      Navy E-4 (Petty Officer 3rd Class)

    • E.

      Navy E-5 (Petty Officer 2nd Class)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy E-4 (Petty Officer 3rd Class)
    Explanation
    Petty Officer Third Class - Rank E-4

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  • 2. 

    • A.

      Navy E-6 (Petty Officer 1st Class)

    • B.

      Navy E-5 (Petty Officer 1st Class)

    • C.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    • D.

      Navy E-4 (Petty Officer 3rd Class)

    • E.

      Navy E-5 (Petty Officer 2nd Class)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy E-5 (Petty Officer 2nd Class)
  • 3. 

    • A.

      Navy E-7 (Chief Petty Officer)

    • B.

      Navy E-7 (Master Chief Petty Officer)

    • C.

      Navy E-7 (Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)

    • D.

      Navy E-8 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)

    • E.

      Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty office of the Navy)

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy E-7 (Chief Petty Officer)
  • 4. 

    • A.

      Navy E-8 (Master Chief Petty Officer)

    • B.

      Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty Officer)

    • C.

      Navy E-8 (Chief Petty Officer)

    • D.

      Navy E-8 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)

    • E.

      Navy E-7 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy E-8 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)
  • 5. 

    O

    • A.

      Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)

    • B.

      Navy E-8 (Master Chief Petty Officer)

    • C.

      Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty Officer)

    • D.

      Navy E-9 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)

    • E.

      Navy E-8 (Senior Chief Petty Officer)

    Correct Answer
    C. Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty Officer)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Navy E-9 (Master Chief Petty Officer) because it is the highest enlisted rank in the Navy. The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy is a unique position held by only one person who serves as the senior enlisted advisor to the Chief of Naval Operations. The other options listed are also high-ranking positions, but they are not the highest enlisted rank in the Navy.

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  • 6. 

    • A.

      Navy O-1 (2nd Lt)

    • B.

      Navy O-1 (Ensign)

    • C.

      Navy O-2 (Lt Jr Gr)

    • D.

      Navy O-3 (Lt)

    • E.

      Navy O-2 (Ensign)

    Correct Answer
    B. Navy O-1 (Ensign)
  • 7. 

    • A.

      Navy O-2 (1st Lt)

    • B.

      Navy O-2 (Lt Jr Grade)

    • C.

      Navy O-3 (Captain)

    • D.

      Navy O-3 (Lt)

    • E.

      Navy O-1 (2nd Lt)

    Correct Answer
    B. Navy O-2 (Lt Jr Grade)
  • 8. 

    Ff

    • A.

      Navy O-4 (Lt Commander)

    • B.

      Navy O-3 (Lt Jr Grade)

    • C.

      Navy O-2 (Lt)

    • D.

      Navy O-3 (Captain)

    • E.

      Navy O-3 (Lt)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy O-3 (Lt)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Navy O-3 (Lt) because the ranks are listed in ascending order from O-2 to O-4. Therefore, Navy O-3 (Lt) is the correct answer as it falls in the sequence after Navy O-2 (Lt Jr Grade) and before Navy O-4 (Lt Commander).

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  • 9. 

    • A.

      Navy O-4 (Lt Commander)

    • B.

      Navy O-5 (Commander)

    • C.

      Navy O-4 (Major)

    • D.

      Navy O-3 (Lt Jr Grade)

    • E.

      Navy O-5 (Lt Commander)

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy O-4 (Lt Commander)
  • 10. 

    • A.

      Navy O-5 (Lt Commander)

    • B.

      Navy O-4 (Lt Commander)

    • C.

      Navy O-6 (Colonel)

    • D.

      Navy O-5 (Commander)

    • E.

      Navy O-4 (Lt Colonel)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy O-5 (Commander)
  • 11. 

    • A.

      Navy O-5 (Colonel)

    • B.

      Navy O-6 (Commander)

    • C.

      Navy O-6 (Captain)

    • D.

      Navy O-5 (Captain)

    • E.

      Navy O-6 (Colonel)

    Correct Answer
    C. Navy O-6 (Captain)
  • 12. 

    • A.

      Navy O-8 (Rear Admiral Upper Half) RADM

    • B.

      Navy O-9 (Rear Admiral Lower Half) RDML

    • C.

      Navy O-8 (Rear Admiral Lower Half) RDML

    • D.

      Navy O-7 (Major General)

    • E.

      Navy O-8 (Major General)

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy O-8 (Rear Admiral Upper Half) RADM
  • 13. 

    • A.

      Navy O-8 (Vice Admiral)

    • B.

      Navy O-7 (Read Admiral Upper Half) RADM

    • C.

      Navy O-9 (Rear Admiral Upper Half) RADM

    • D.

      Navy O-8 (Rear Admiral Lower Half) RDML

    • E.

      Navy O-9 (Vice Admiral)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy O-9 (Vice Admiral)
  • 14. 

    • A.

      Navy O-10 (Vice Admiral)

    • B.

      Navy O-10 (Rear Admiral Upper Half) RADM

    • C.

      Navy O-9 (Vice Admiral)

    • D.

      Navy O-10 (Admiral)

    • E.

      Navy O-9 ( Fleet Admiral)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy O-10 (Admiral)
  • 15. 

      This rank is for war time use only...

    • A.

      Navy Fleet Admiral

    • B.

      You should know this one...

    • C.

      This is an easy one...

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy Fleet Admiral
    Explanation
    The given statement suggests that the rank of "Navy Fleet Admiral" is specifically designated for use during wartime. This implies that the rank may not exist or hold the same level of authority during peacetime. The phrase "You should know this one" and "This is an easy one" imply that the rank of Navy Fleet Admiral is well-known and commonly understood.

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  • 16. 

    Marine Corps:

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-2 (Private First Class)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-1 (Private)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-1 (Private First Class)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-2 (Private)

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps E-1 (Private)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps E-1 (Private) because the given list of ranks is in descending order, starting from the highest rank (E-2) and ending with the lowest rank (E-1). Therefore, the last rank mentioned in the list, which is Marine Corps E-1 (Private), is the correct answer.

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  • 17. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-3 (Specialist)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-4 (Corporal)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-3 (Lance Corporal)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-2 (Private First Class)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-3 (Private)

    Correct Answer
    C. Marine Corps E-3 (Lance Corporal)
  • 18. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-5 (Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-4 (Corporal)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-3 (Lance Corporal)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-3 (Sergeant)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-4 (Lance Corporal)

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps E-4 (Corporal)
  • 19. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-5 (Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-4 (Lance Corporal)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-6 (Staff Sergeant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-5 (Lance Corporal)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-4 (Sergeant)

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps E-5 (Sergeant)
  • 20. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-5 (Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-7 (Gunnery Sergeant)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-5 (Staff Sergeant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-6 (Sergeant)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-6 (Staff Sergeant)

    Correct Answer
    E. Marine Corps E-6 (Staff Sergeant)
  • 21. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-7 (Gunnery Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Master Sergeant)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Sergeant Major)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Master Sergeant)

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps E-8 (Master Sergeant)
  • 22. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-7 (1st Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Master Gunnery Sergeant)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-7 (Gunnery Sergeant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Sergeant Major)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-8 (1st Sergeant)

    Correct Answer
    E. Marine Corps E-8 (1st Sergeant)
  • 23. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Master Gunnery Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-8 (First Sergeant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Master Gunnery Sergeant)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major)

    Correct Answer
    D. Marine Corps E-9 (Master Gunnery Sergeant)
  • 24. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Master Sergeant)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Master Sergeant)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Sergeant Major)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)

    Correct Answer
    C. Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major)
  • 25. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)

    • B.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Marine Corps Master Sergeant)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-9 (Master Sergeant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps E-8 (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-1 (Private)

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps E-9 (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)
  • 26. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-2 (Captain)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-2 (2nd Lt)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-1 (1st Lt)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-1 (2nd Lt)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-3 (Captain)

    Correct Answer
    D. Marine Corps O-1 (2nd Lt)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-1 (2nd Lt). In the Marine Corps, the rank of 2nd Lt is the lowest commissioned officer rank. The O-1 rank is typically held by newly commissioned officers who have recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy or Officer Candidate School. This rank is below the O-2 rank of 1st Lt and the O-3 rank of Captain.

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  • 27. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-3 (Captain)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-2 (2nd Lt)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-1 (2nd Lt)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-3 (1st Lt)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-2 (1st Lt)

    Correct Answer
    E. Marine Corps O-2 (1st Lt)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-2 (1st Lt). In the Marine Corps, officers are ranked by their pay grade and position. The pay grade O-2 corresponds to the rank of 1st Lieutenant. Therefore, Marine Corps O-2 (1st Lt) is the correct answer.

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  • 28. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-2 (Captain)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-3 (Captain)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-2 (Lieutenant)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-3 (Lieutenant)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-4 (Major)

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps O-3 (Captain)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-3 (Captain). In the Marine Corps, the rank of O-3 corresponds to the rank of Captain.

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  • 29. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-4 (Major)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-3 (Captain)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-5 (Major)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-4 (Captain)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-6 (Lt Colonel)

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps O-4 (Major)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-4 (Major). This is because in the given list, the rank of O-4 is associated with the title "Major". The other options do not match the correct rank-title combination.

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  • 30. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-6 (Colonel)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-5 (Colonel)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-6 (Lt Colonel)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-7 (Brigadier General)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-5 (Lt Colonel)

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps O-6 (Colonel)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-6 (Colonel). The given list is a mix of officer ranks in the Marine Corps. The O-6 rank refers to Colonel, which is the highest rank in the list. Therefore, it is the correct answer.

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  • 31. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Major General)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-7 (Brigadier General)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Brigadier General)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-7 (Colonel)

    Correct Answer
    C. Marine Corps O-7 (Brigadier General)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-7 (Brigadier General). This is because the given list is in descending order of rank, starting with the highest rank (Major General) and ending with the lowest rank (Colonel). Therefore, the next rank in the sequence would be the one immediately below Colonel, which is Brigadier General.

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  • 32. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Brigadier General)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-9 (Major General)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Lt General)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Major General)

    Correct Answer
    E. Marine Corps O-8 (Major General)
  • 33. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-10 (General)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-9 (General)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Major General)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-8 (Lt General)

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General)
    Explanation
    The answer is Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General) because in the given list of ranks, it is the only one that matches the correct hierarchy of the Marine Corps. The Marine Corps follows a specific rank structure, and the O-9 rank corresponds to the rank of Lieutenant General.

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  • 34. 

    Marine Corps

    • A.

      Marine Corps O-9 (Lt General)

    • B.

      Marine Corps O-10 (General)

    • C.

      Marine Corps O-10 (Lt General)

    • D.

      Marine Corps O-9 (General)

    • E.

      Marine Corps O-O (Super General)

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps O-10 (General)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Marine Corps O-10 (General). This is because in the given list, the rank of Marine Corps O-10 is mentioned as General, which is the highest rank in the Marine Corps. The other options mentioned, such as Lt General and Super General, are not valid ranks in the Marine Corps.

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  • 35. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • B.

      Marine Corps Warrant Officer 2

    • C.

      Marine Corps Warrant Officer 1

    • D.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 1

    Correct Answer
    C. Marine Corps Warrant Officer 1
  • 36. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • B.

      Marine Corps Warrant Officer 1

    • C.

      Marine Corps Warrant Officer 2

    • D.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 2

    Correct Answer
    D. Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 2
  • 37. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • B.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • C.

      Marine Corps Warrant Officer 3

    • D.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 4

    Correct Answer
    B. Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 3
  • 38. 

    • A.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 4

    • B.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 5

    • C.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • D.

      Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 2

    Correct Answer
    A. Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 4
  • 39. 

    • A.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • B.

      Navy Warrant Officer 3

    • C.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • D.

      Navy Warrant Officer 1

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy Warrant Officer 1
  • 40. 

    • A.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • B.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • C.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4

    • D.

      Navy Warrant Officer 1

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy Chief Warrant Officer 2
  • 41. 

    • A.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4

    • B.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • C.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 3

    • D.

      Navy Warrant Officer 1

    Correct Answer
    C. Navy Chief Warrant Officer 3
  • 42. 

    • A.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 2

    • B.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4

    • C.

      Navy Warrant Officer 1

    • D.

      Navy Chief Warrant Officer 3

    Correct Answer
    B. Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4
  • 43. 

    • A.

      Navy E-1 (Seaman Recruit)

    • B.

      Navy O-1 (Ensign)

    • C.

      Marine Corps E-1 (Private)

    • D.

      Navy O-6 (Captain)

    • E.

      Marine Corps E-6 (Staff Sgt)

    Correct Answer
    A. Navy E-1 (Seaman Recruit)
  • 44. 

     Blue Lines  Blue Lines  Blue Lines  Blue Lines  Blue Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-3 (Construction-man)

    • C.

      Navy E-2 (Seaman Apprentice)

    • D.

      Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice)

    • E.

      Navy E-3 (Airman)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice) because it is the only rank and job title combination that is not repeated in the given list. All the other ranks and job titles are repeated multiple times.

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  • 45. 

      Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-2 (Fireman Apprentice)

    • C.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    • D.

      Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)

    • E.

      Navy E-3 (Airman)

    Correct Answer
    B. Navy E-2 (Fireman Apprentice)
  • 46. 

      Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    • C.

      Navy E-3 (Construction-man)

    • D.

      Navy E-3 (Airman)

    • E.

      Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice). This can be determined by understanding the hierarchy and rank structure in the Navy. The ranks are listed in descending order, with Navy E-2 being a lower rank than Navy E-3. Additionally, the job titles are also listed, with "Airman Apprentice" being the job title for Navy E-2. Therefore, Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice) is the correct answer.

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  • 47. 

      Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines Red Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Fireman Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-3 (Construction-man Apprentice)

    • C.

      Navy E-2 (Airman)

    • D.

      Navy E-3 (Airman Apprentice)

    • E.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy E-3 (Fireman)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Navy E-3 (Fireman) because it is the only rank listed that matches the job title "Fireman." The other ranks listed have different job titles such as "Construction-man Apprentice" and "Airman," which do not match the given job title.

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  • 48. 

      Blue Lines   Blue Lines   Blue Lines   Blue Lines   Blue Lines   Blue Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-3 (Construction-man)

    • C.

      Navy E-3 (Airman)

    • D.

      Navy E-2 (Construction-man Apprentice)

    • E.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    Correct Answer
    B. Navy E-3 (Construction-man)
  • 49. 

      Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines   Green Lines

    • A.

      Navy E-2 (Airman Apprentice)

    • B.

      Navy E-3 (Construction-man)

    • C.

      Navy E-3 (Fireman)

    • D.

      Navy E-3 (Seaman)

    • E.

      Navy E-3 (Airman)

    Correct Answer
    E. Navy E-3 (Airman)
  • 50. 

    • A.

      Navy E-3 (Seaman)

    • B.

      Navy O-5 (Commander)

    • C.

      Navy E-4 (Petty Officer 3rd Class)

    • D.

      Navy E-6 (Petty Officer 1st Class)

    • E.

      Navy O-9 (Vice Admiral)

    Correct Answer
    D. Navy E-6 (Petty Officer 1st Class)
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