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Parent topics

  • Military rank [r]: The basic means of establishing the relative authority and status of personnel in a military organization [e]
  • General officer [r]: In current military organizations, the highest military rank (although the naval equivalent is admiral); also used in the sense of general officer, the highest grade of ranks of which this is the highest [e]

Other related topics

  • Brigade [r]: A military unit of 3,000 to 5,000 soldiers, organized either for a combined arms combat function or a support role [e]
  • Major general [r]: A senior military rank, in the middle to bottom range the top of the "general officer " system that divides officers into junior, field, and general/flag. [e]
  • Colonel [r]: A fairly senior military rank, typically commanding the largest tactical unit such as a brigade or regiment, and ranking just below general officers [e]
  • Captain (naval) [r]: The naval rank of the commanding officer of a larger naval vessel; the senior naval rank below the flag officers [e]