United States Coast Guard » Enlisted Rank Structure
United States Coast Guard Enlisted Ranks (Ordered By Seniority)
|E-4||Petty Officer Third Class||PO3||Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-5||Petty Officer Second Class||PO2||Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-6||Petty Officer First Class||PO1||Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-7||Chief Petty Officer||CPO||Chief Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-8||Senior Chief Petty Officer||SCPO||Chief Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-9||Master Chief Petty Officer||MCPO||Chief Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-9||Command Master Chief Petty Officer||CMC||Chief Petty Officer||[more]|
|E-9||Master Chief Petty Officer Of The Coast Guard||MCPOC||Chief Petty Officer (Special)||[more]|
United States Coast Guard Enlisted Ranks In Order
Enlisted seamen, including regular seamen and their non-commissioned officers, form the lifeblood of the United States Coast Guard. The U.S. Coast Guard has a total of eleven enlisted ranks.
Most seamen enter the Coast Guard as a Seaman Recruit following successful completion of Basic Training, and receive promotions and pay raises based on experience and leadership qualities. The highest enlisted rank a soldier can achieve in the Coast Guard is Command Master Chief Petty Officer.
This table lists the Coast Guard enlisted ranks in order of seniority, from lowest to highest. Choose any rank for detailed information on rank insignia, Coast Guard responsibilities, pay, and more.
In addition to basic pay and allowances, active-duty seamen, veterans, and even their families are eligible for hundreds of discounts and additional benefits offered by organizations and private companies like JetBlue , United Airlines , Verizon , and hundreds more.Learn more about Military Discounts