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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 9 years ago

whats the REAL average age per rank?

i met a sergeant 1st class when i live in the us who told me he enlisted at the age of 18 and was 38 when he was a sergeant 1st class

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  • 9 years ago
    Best Answer

    The average recruit is 20 years old

    So start from there

    E-1 - 20

    E-2 - 20/21

    E-3 - 21

    E-4 - 22

    E-5 - 24

    E-6 - 28

    E-7 - 33

    E-8 - 37

    E-9 - 40

    0-1 - 22

    0-2 - 24

    0-3 - 26

    0-4 - 32

    0-5 - 38

    0-6 - 44

  • 9 years ago

    In the Navy E-7 (Chief Petty Officer) averages 10 to 15 years of service.

    Source(s): Retired Chief Petty Officer
  • kunkle
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Palo Alto is rather costly. Being so youthful, and maximum probable, no longer having any credit general yet (you won't be able to legally get credit till you're 18 for now..by potential of Feb 2010 this is going to likely get replaced to 21) you will no longer get a private loan. no longer on your very own in any case. you may maximum probable desire your mom and dad as cosigners and a hefty down charge. Even then, you might have complication qualifying because of the certainty you sound as in case you're self employed and the regulations for them is what's your internet earnings a 12 months no longer gross. yet another element is, i would not tell a lender you need to hire out the rooms. That turns the area into an investment sources, and you're definately unlikely to get a private loan for that. As for the tax credit, you maximum probable would be too overdue to get in on that, as you could have already been authorized for a private loan, and in escrow NOW to close the deal and characteristic the deed recorded on your call merely before December a million, 2009. whether you have been to get in earlier the time decrease, you need to use the valuables as your well-known place of living to get the credit, no longer as an investment you would be renting to grad pupils etc.

  • 9 years ago

    it depends..im a e-4 came in as a e-1 and i havent even hit 2 years of service yet and im 21..really depends on your job..certain jobs rank faster and the more schools and work you put in the faster u rank..average sfc probably 35 and older..officers and the youngest with the most power but not alot of respect

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  • 9 years ago

    You can be a specialist in just a few years, so i don't think it 38. I think he just got promoted when they thought he was experienced enough.

    Also go to Goarmy.com or Marines.com for more info.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I knew a soldier who made SFC (E-7) in 7 years,

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