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Figure 2-4.—Identification badges and breast insignia worn by eligible enlisted personnel
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Chapter III Personnel Support
Seabee  Combat  Warfare  Specialist Figure  2-5.—Sleeve  devices  for  MCPON,  fleet,  force,  and command master chiefs. Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist The designation of ESWS signifies that a Sailor has acquired  specific  seagoing  skills,  knowledge,  and experience and has demonstrated proficiency at the professional  levels  of  competence  above  that  which  is expected in the routine performance of duty in surface ships. Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist The EAWS program recognizes the professional qualifications of enlisted personnel serving in naval aviation. Designation as an EAWS signifies that the individual  has  attained  significant  professional  skills, knowledge, and experience indirect support of the naval air warfare mission. The SCWS qualification recognizes the efforts of a selected group of officer and enlisted individuals trained in   military   defensive   combat,   advanced   base construction,  and  naval  construction  operations. These  warfare  qualifications  must  be  obtained through the Navy’s formal qualification programs as prescribed  by  OPNAV  Instructions  1414.1  for  ESWS, 1412.5 for EAWS, and 1410.1 for SCWS. SUMMARY After reading the information in this chapter, you should be able to understand the paygrade and rating structure  of  the  Navy’s  enlisted  occupations.  You should also be aware that regardless of a member’s branch  of  service,  all  eligible  active  duty  enlisted personnel  receive  pay  according  to  their  paygrades  and years of service. You should be able to define the term enlisted  personnel  and  the  significance  of  the  letter  E and the numerical step that follows the  E such as E-6. As a PN, you should also be able to distinguish petty officers from nonpetty officers and be able to understand the  responsibilities  of  all  petty  officer  levels  including that of the MCPON. You should be able to distinguish the difference between the terms  rate and rating. You also should be able to identify the various Navy ratings, understand the different occupational fields, and know something about each rating. Last, you should be able to  understand  the  significance  of  special  designations and  enlisted  warfare  qualifications. 2-28

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