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Why does RP keep your military rank in your profile and name once you are either a Veteran? | RallyPoint Military Insignia, Military Officer, Navy Military, Military Service, Military Personnel, Military Life, Military Spouse, Military Aircraft, Military Uniforms

I am not sure if this has been answered ( I did look), but I am curious as to why we (once we are a Veteran or Retired) still have the rank title in our names? I will be officially a disabled veteran on 11 June, and on 12 Jun, my title will no longer be SPC (P) Jay Heenan. I will just be Jay Heenan. I ask this, because often I notice that individuals that referred to as their rank even if they are no longer active, reserve or guard. I am not complaining, I am just curious that is all…

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Stephen Henningson
United States Military Rank Structure for the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy, National Guard and Coast Guard Insignia - Military Rank Marine Fc, Special Forces, Military Ranks, Marine Corps Rank Structure, Military Insignia, Us Military Branches, Military Service, Us Air Force, Usmc

united states military rank structure for the air force, army, marines, navy, national guard and coast guard insignia - general, colonel, lieutanant colonel, major, captain, first lieutenaunt, second lieutenaunt, chief master sergeant, first sergeant, senior master sergeant, master sergeant, technical sergeant, staff sergeant, senior airman, airman first class, airman, airman basic

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