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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ensign_(rank)

Ensign is a junior rank of a commissioned officer in the armed forces of some countries, normally in the infantry or navy. As the junior officer in an infantry regiment was traditionally the carrier of the ensign flag, the rank acquired the name. This rank has generally been replaced in army ranks by second lieutenant . Ensigns ...

www.military-ranks.org/navy/ensign

Ensign is the entry-level commissioned officer's rank in the U.S. Navy, and is equivilent to the rank of Second Lieutenant in the other armed services. Ensigns generally serve on naval vessels as division officers, responsible for leading a crew of seamen and petty officers in a specific division like engineering or ...

www.federalpay.org/military/navy/ensign

The pay rates, history, and requirements of a U.S. Navy Ensign.

www.britannica.com/topic/ensign-military-rank

Ensign, junior officer, generally the lowest commissioned rank in military services where such a rank exists. In the U.S. Navy, ensign has been the lowest commissioned rank since 1862, when it replaced “passed midshipman.” The Continental Army had a grade of ensign during the American Revolution, as did the U.S. ...

www.navy.mil/navydata/ranks/officers/o-rank.html

Pay Grade, Rank, Abbreviation, Collar, Shoulder, Sleeve. O-1, Ensign, ENS. O-2, Lieutenant Junior Grade, LTJG. O-3, Lieutenant, LT. O-4, Lieutenant Commander , LCDR. O-5, Commander, CDR. O-6, Captain, CAPT. O-7, Rear Admiral (lower half), RDML. O-8, Rear Admiral (upper half), RADM. O-9, Vice Admiral, VADM.

memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Ensign

Ensign was a commissioned rank, the equivalent of which was used by the service organizations of...

memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Starfleet_ranks

The United States armed forces have various programs for service members to begin their careers as officers in higher pay grades than second lieutenant or ensign, with commissioning in the rank of lieutenant common for such United States Navy occupations as Judge Advocate General Corps (JAG), Chaplains, Medical ...

www.militarywives.com/index.php/rank-information-mainmenu-217/rank-history-mainmenu-226/ensign-mainmenu-235

A warrior who carried his lord's banner or ensign became known as an ensign bearer and then just an Ensign. Later, the Ensign, still bearing his banner, led a military unit of about 500 foot soldiers called an "ensigne." As a military rank Ensign started in the French army as a junior officer and soon entered the French navy ...

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Because all members of the Armed Forces protect the United States at equal levels, they receive the same salaries, which are based on rank and experience. Naval officers, the Navy notes in its ...