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Table 2-1.—Enlisted Paygrades, Titles, and Abbreviations E-9 E-9 E-8 E-7 E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Senior  Chief  Petty  Officer Chief  Petty  Officer Petty Officer First Class Petty  Officer  Second  Class Petty Officer Third Class General  Apprenticeship General  Apprenticeship,  Apprenticeship MCPON MCPO SCPO CPO PO1 PO2 PO3 No  abbreviation No  abbreviation In referring to personnel in the general rates, you should also become familiar with two important terms: nonsignated strikers  and designated  strikers. NONDESIGNATED   STRIKERS.—   Non- designated strikers are personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-3 who are not yet selected to enter a specific rating.  An  example  of  a  nondesignated  striker  is  a Seaman (SN). DESIGNATED   STRIKERS.—   Designated strikers are personnel in paygrades E-1 through E-3 who are  already  identified  as  apprentices  for  a  specific rating. An example of a designated striker is a PNSN. Petty Officers In table 2-1, refer to paygrades E-4 through E-6. Enlisted personnel in these paygrades are referred to as petty officers (POs). They are the technicians and work managers  within  ratings  who  possess  increasing degrees of skill, responsibility, and authority as they advance in paygrade. Petty  officers  are  capable  of accomplishing   tasks   normal   to   their   rating   and paygrade. In referring to personnel in paygrades E-4 through E-6, you should substitute the rating title or rating abbreviation  for  the  words  petty  officer.  For  example, you would refer to a Personnelman third class as a PN3, an Engineman second class as an EN2, and a Yeoman first class as a YN1. Chief  Petty  Officers Chief  petty  officers  (CPOs)  are  individuals  in  the E-7 paygrade. They  are  the  technical  authorities, experts, and supervisors within a rating. CPOs are capable of accomplishing all tasks normal to their own particular  rating  using  technical  supervision, instruction,  and  training  of  lower  rated  personnel. In referring to a CPO, use the rating abbreviation followed by the letter C for chief petty officer. In the Table 2-2.—General Rates (E-1 Through E-3) and Their Abbreviations E-1 E-2 E-3 Seaman S R SA S N Fireman FR FA FN Airman AR AA AN Constructionman CR CA CN Hospitalman HR HA HN Dentalman DR DA DN 2-3

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