|Pay grade***||Rank (Army, Air Force, Marine Corps)||Rank (Navy/Coast Guard)|
|O-6||Cadet Colonel (C/COL)||Cadet Captain** (C/CPT)|
|O-5||Cadet Lieutenant Colonel (C/LTC)||Cadet Commander (C/CDR)|
|O-4||Cadet Major (C/MAJ)||Cadet Lieutenant Commander (C/LCDR)|
|O-3||Cadet Captain (C/CPT)||Cadet Lieutenant (C/LT)|
|O-2||Cadet First Lieutenant (C/1LT)||Cadet Lieutenant Junior Grade (C/LTJG)|
|O-1||Cadet Second Lieutenant (C/2LT)||Cadet Ensign (C/ENS)|
** Cadet Captain is the rank that the leader of a NJROTC unit will obtain if they are approved as Regiment
*** Enlisted Cadets do not receive pay. Officer Cadets receive Reserve pay depending on the location of their ROTC.
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