- 1 What is a radioman first class?
- 2 What rank is a radioman in the Navy?
- 3 Does the Navy still have radioman?
- 4 What is a petty officer 1st class in the Navy?
- 5 What is a Navy Radioman?
- 6 What are Radioman called in the Navy?
- 7 What is a Navy radioman?
- 8 What does radioman mean?
- 9 What is a radioman in ARMY?
- 10 Do you salute a petty officer?
- 11 What rank is after Petty Officer First Class?
- 12 What does Radioman mean?
- 13 When did the Navy create the radioman rating?
- 14 How to become a radioman in the Navy?
- 15 What did a radarman do in the Navy?
- 16 What was the role of a radioman on a ship?
What is a radioman first class?
Radioman (RM) was a rating in the U.S. Navy until 1997 when it merged with the Data Processing Technician (DP) and became the Information Systems Technician. Radiomen were specialists in communications technology and maintained the Navy’s communications systems on ships, aircraft, and at onshore Navy facilities.
United States Navy Aviation Radioman 2nd Class rank insignia; two red sewn felt chevrons; white embroidered eagle and white embroided winged lightning flashes depicted.
There were many combination of both engineering and operation ratings to best fit the class of ship. Many duties of the IT rating are still evolving. The radioman (RM) and data processing technician (DP) ratings were merged in November 1998, keeping the radioman name.
A Petty Officer First Class is a Noncommissioned Officer, with a military paygrade of E-6. The civilian equivalent of this military rank is roughly GS-5 under the federal government’s General Schedule payscale.
The Radiomen of the US Navy were responsible for transmitting and receiving radio signals, and processing all forms of telecommunications through various transmission media aboard ships, aircraft and at shore facilities.
Information Systems Technician
The Navy Data Processing Technician (DP) rating merged into the Radioman rating in 1997. The Radioman rating’s name was changed to Information Systems Technician in November 1999.
What does radioman mean?
: a radio operator or technician.
What is a radioman in ARMY?
A signaller, signalman, colloquially referred to as a radioman in the armed forces is a specialist soldier, sailor or airman responsible for military communications.
Do you salute a petty officer?
Do not salute noncommissioned officers or petty officers. One of the most important of military courtesies is the salute. It is a respectful greeting, a sign of recognition between military persons.
What rank is after Petty Officer First Class?
|Petty officer first class|
|NATO rank code||OR-6|
|Next higher rank||Chief petty officer|
|Next lower rank||Petty officer second class|
What does Radioman mean?
Radioman (RM) was a rating for United States Navy and United States Coast Guard enlisted personnel, specializing in communications technology . The rating was created originally in 1921.
Both Radiomen and Data Processing Technicians in the Navy had to undergo general rate training and take a computer-based exam in order to be designated under the new IT rating. In 1996, the Submarine force merged Radioman with Electronics Technicians/ Electronic Warfare Specialist.
The radarman was generally required to attend and complete a U.S. Navy Class “A” radar school at a designated Naval Training Centers ( NTC) in the United States. Once assigned to a ship or shore station, the radarman was required to operate and maintain the installed radar and electronic warfare equipment.
What was the role of a radioman on a ship?
Radiomen were also responsible for periodic maintenance of the communications equipment, to include transmitters, receivers and antennas. The positions generally found in the ship’s ‘Radio Shack’ included – Broadcast Operator: Responsible for keeping track of incoming and outgoing message traffic.