What rate is NC in the Navy?
Hereof, what is a Navy nc1?
Yes, NC1 is a Navy enlisted rate. An NC is a Navy Counselor (their rating, which is the Navy's equivalent of the Army/Marines' MOS and the Air Force's AFSC). The 1 indicates a Petty Officer First Class (an E-6). And dkkght is correct: an NC1 would be addressed as either "Sir" or "Petty Officer."
Subsequently, question is, how do you cross rate in Navy? Complete an Enlisted Personnel Action Request Form 1306/7 to formally request to cross-rate. The completed form will be sent through your chain of command. If you are endorsed by your commanding officer, the request will be sent to Navy Personnel Command for a final decision based on the needs of the Navy at that time.
Accordingly, what are the rates in the Navy?
E-4 to E-6
|Rate title||U.S. DoD pay grade||Abbreviation|
|Petty officer third class||E-4||PO3|
|Petty officer second class||E-5||PO2|
|Petty officer first class||E-6||PO1|
How much does a Navy counselor make?
Average U.S. Navy Career Counselor yearly pay in the United States is approximately $67,412, which is 63% above the national average.