What is higher then a colonel and lower then a general?
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Generals and Admirals have equal ranks. Generals serve in the Army, Air Force and Marine Corps. Admiral is the equivalent rank in the Navy and Coast Guard. There are different ranks for Generals and Admirals with different designations. Here are the current ranks, the number of stars and the s…ervice equivalency: . one star - Brigadier General = Rear Admiral (lower half) . two stars - Major General = Rear Admiral (upper half) . three stars - Lieutenant General = Vice Admiral . four stars - General = Admiral . five stars - General of the Army = Fleet Admiral The only official five star officers all served during World War II and reached their rank either during or after the war. There are other officers that held higher rank. All the five star officers of WW II were acknowledged to be junior to John J. (Blackjack) Pershing who commanded American forces in World War I. Some consider is rank as six stars, his official rank was General of the Armies of the United States . George Dewey reached the rank of Admiral of the Nav y after the Spanish American War and some consider him a six star Admiral. There is one final rank. Congress passed a law in 1978 that declared that George Washington is the highest ranking officer to ever have served, or will ever serve in the US Military. Washington's highest rank was actually Lieutenant General in the regular army and General of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. This effectively makes George Washington a seven star Genera l. (MORE)
A higher position than a general pediatrician would be a surgeon orhead pediatrician in a hospital. Many medical jobs are on an evenplaying field and there are few head positions.
Well the short answer is that we live in a sea of air, and lower altitudes have higher air pressure than higher altitudes do just as deeper ocean depths have greater pressures than more shallow ones. Temperatures rise with pressure. The end. ... Well, not quite, since air is largely transparent to h…eat radiation, the earth warms the air from the bottom and the air loses heat into space. The end . . And now the long answer:. Air is made up of molecules: little bits of 'stuff' that have mass ('heaviness') and are always moving about at some speed. Like billiard balls, when one slams into another one, it gives some of its energy to the other one and loses some of its own. In air, all these molecules are moving around randomly; some molecules are moving away from a denser group (where they are bunched closer together) and as they leave, they take energy away from the group, and some are moving toward the denser area bring their energy to the group. Heat is the average kinetic energy of this group. Add a very large amount of heat to a very small area of air very quickly, and you get an explosion: the air will move away from the area very rapidly. Now run it in reverse, compress air into a smaller space, and it will heat up. (Here is where I leave it to interested persons to look up Newton's laws of motion and the "gas laws".) . (Since gases are compressible, this effect is much more dramatic for gases than for liquids, like water.). The air is largely transparent to heat energy and doesn't easily heat up by absorbing it (though it does to an extent). This largely leaves the earth to heat up the air from the bottom. . And, as the earth's gravity pulls the air molecules toward the earth, the ones closest to the earth's surface have not only their own weight pulling them down, but are being pushed down by the weight of all the billions of molecules above them. With all that weight comes a lot of the downward energy of all the molecules above them- add to it the heat energy from the sun-heated ground; these molecules gain more energy and lose less energy, and so they are "hotter".. As you go higher and higher, the number of molecules above any given population of molecules at a given altitude grows to be less and less. And since these guys are all moving around randomly, a greater number are more likely to move away from the denser area because they aren't being pushed down by as many of their neighbors; and as they leave, they take their energy ("heat") away with them. And that is why it's cooler at higher altitudes. (MORE)
It depends which country and branch of service one is speaking of. The American military does not have the rank of Major-Colonel, the ranks of Major, Lt. Colonel and Colonel all out rank a Captain, unless the Captain is Navy or Coast Guard, then he would be equal in rank to the Colonel.. In US Mili…tary, in all but the Navy, the order of these three ranks from lowest to highest is:. Captain . Major . Lieutentant Colonel . Colonel . A Captiain in the Navy is the equivalent in rank of a Colonel in the Army, USAF or USMC (MORE)
Colonel. There is another rank, Lieutenant Colonel, between the ranks of Major and Colonel. So the order of rank, from lowest to highest, would be Major, Lieutenant Colonel, and Colonel.
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In the history of western cultures Jews were seen as a necessary evil in society. Before the Papacy loosened the definition of usury, Jews were the only people in society that could lend money. Afterwards, Jews served no purpose in society; this was best portrayed when Spain finally expelled them du…ring the period.. Short answer: Most people look at them in terms of species rather than class. (MORE)
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Adjutant General is a position held by a general grade officer. Major General is a rank. The Adjutant General of the U.S. Army is a Lieutenant General which is higher than a Major General. At the state level, i.e. National Guard, the State Adjutant General is typically a Major General.
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General. But I've heard of people calling major generals "general" out of respect. As in if they have 2 or 3 disignations, always refer to the highest. Wouldn't want to call a major general "major."
The higher your IQ the higher your intelligence, according to the test.. Wether it is better to be more intelligent or less intelligent is a hard question to answer. There are probably many people of lower intelligence that lead very happy lives once they have found their niche in life, and many ve…ry intelligent ones that never find their niche because they think they are to smart for the ones they see. (MORE)
Colonel is higher than a Lieutenant-Colonel.. BTW, a Lieutenant- General is higher than a Major-General.
In most military's, an army colonel is several grades higher than captain. In the United States Army, for example, a captain is an O-3 while a colonel is an O-6. That is switched, so to speak, for most navies. A captain is the highest rank just under admiral. Note, though, that navies don't have a c…olonel rank. (MORE)
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Answer . General Term . The term "commander" can be used as a general term for an officer who commands a unit. The term "Commanding General" is a general in command of a division or larger unit and is abbreviated "CG". A smaller unit such as an infantry Battalion(in WW2) would be commanded by a …Colonel. He could be referred to as the Battalion commander. This is NOT a rank but more like a title.. Navy Rank . Commander is a rank in the US Navy. It is the rank of O-5 which equates to a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army and he could wear the silver maple leaf. In this case, the rank of Commander would be lower than a General , which is called a Rear Admiral in the Navy. (MORE)
A Colonel is higher than a Major, and a Major is higher than a Captain.
General is higher, the breakdown of an officer rankstructure is listed below;. O-1 Second Lieutenant (2LT). O-2 First Lieutenant (1LT). O-3 Captain (CPT). O-4 Major (MAJ). O-5 Lieutenant Colonel (LTC). O-6 Colonel (COL). O-7 Brigadier General (BG). O-8 Major General (MG). O-9 LieutenantGene…ral (LG). O-10 General (GEN) (MORE)
Highest - lowest.. Field Marshal (Only awarded as an honour) . General . Lieutenant General . Major General . Brigadier . Colonel . Lieutenant Colonel . Major . Captain . Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Officer Cadet
Highest - lowest.. Field Marshal (Only awarded as an honour) . General . Lieutenant General . Major General . Brigadier . Colonel . Lieutenant Colonel . Major . Captain . Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Officer Cadet
Lt Colonel (Army, Marines, Air Force) is a higher rank because it is a O-5, where a Lt. Commander (Navy, Coast Guard) is an O-4 rank.
Multiple reasons. Higher up means farther away from the ground which reflects and radiates thermal energy from the sun. Also, the pressure is lower the higher you go. Less particles of air means less friction between particles, translates to lower temperatures. In general that is the case. To really… understand this you have to remember temperature is just a measure of average kinetic energy. The higher up you go, the less stuff there is and movement in general. It is not possible to hold as much of the sun's energy. Standard lapse rate is about 3 degrees cooler every 1000 feet you climb. Nothing up there is using heat or creating heat, because it's an environment devoid of life. But as you come down, living creatures are constantly taking advantage of energy, expending heat, and it's getting trapped by physical barriers. pressure of the air decreases as the altitude increases resulting the decrease of collision between particles in the air. The decrease in temperature is a direct result of the decrease in air pressure. As you pull away from the Earth the gravity decreases on the air molecules. This allows the molecules to spread out and as they separate from each other the energy can no longer transfer as easily between them. As this happens the heat will always dissipate. In general that is the case. To really understand this you have to remember temperature is just a measure of average kinetic energy. Standard lapse rate is about 3 degrees cooler every 1000 feet you climb. (MORE)
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You are normally shown a card and asked to bet whether the next one is higher or lower than it. If you make it to the end of the cards you win a prize. Another variation it to stake an amount on the turn of each card. E.g. bet big if you have a really high or low number but small if you have a midd…le of the road number. (MORE)
In some armies yes there is. Field Marshall for instance. In addition the political leaders outrank generals.
The colonel outranks the major by two steps. The intervening rank of lieutenant colonel is subordinate to the colonel and superior to the major.
Colonel is higher ranking (O-6) than Major (O-4) in the Marines, Army, and Air Force. The comparable ranks in the Navy (and Coast Guard) are Captain (O-6) and Lieutenant Commander (O-4).
No. After captain you have major, Lt. colonel and colonel before you get to brigadier general.
Increasing altitude decreases air pressure. In other words, they are an inverse relationship -- as one goes up, the other goes down. This is why when low-altitude dwellers like along the coastlines travel to mountainous areas, they find it harder to breathe; the air is just thinner at high altitude.… (MORE)
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Custer was a colonel, although during the Civil War he attained the rank of a brevet general. Brevet means a temporary promotion to general. Although Custer kept his brevet rank for a time after the war, it was later taken away from him, and he was a colonel when he died. [If Custer had been a gener…al at Little Big Horn he would have commanded more than one regiment.] (MORE)
Generals have ranks within them i.e. one star, two star, three star, four star, five star, and pentagram, which is the highest rank. For the US Army, a general is much higher than a captain by 3 grades. It goes, captain, major, lieutenant colonel, colonel, than brigadier general (1 star).
Yes. A commander in the Navy is equivalent to Lt Colonel in the Army. The lowest rank of general is 2 ranks higher than the commander.
depending on what level the general is (O-7 thru O-10) there should be. The highest rank in general is General of the Army/Air Force/ etc. Above that is the Commander in Chief also known as the President of the United States.
Lower latitudes are closer to the equator. The equator is exposed to the sun most consistently. Therefore, the equator, and those latitudes closest to it are hotter. Hotter air evaporates more water. The more evaporated water in the air (water vapor/steam), the higher the humidity. However, just bec…ause there is hot air does not mean the air is humid (ie. many deserts are hot and dry - and, incidentally, are also common near the equator). If there is hot air and no water nearby for it to evaporate, you will still have hot air but low humidity. If you have a weather pattern of hot air that travels for long distances over dry land, the air has no water to pick up so it stays dry. But, there is a lot of ocean surface at the equator, so often it is more humid there and in the nearby latitudes. (MORE)
differentiate between a higher and a lower plant. Best Answer - Chosen by wadullah ghanim gulli duhok -faculity horticulture & forests Lower Plants 'Lower plants' is a collective term for three mains groups of plants, mosses, liverworts and lichens which do not have roots and prod…uce spores to reproduce, rather than flowers. Mosses and liverworts have stems and leaves and attach themselves to rocks, soil or trees using modified stems called rhizoids. Mosses and liverworts are reliant on mild, damp conditions to flourish as most of the species have limited ability to retain water. This makes the woodlands of the west Highlands among the richest habitats in Europe for mosses and liverworts, and Sunart is one of the most outstanding areas for the number of different species it supports. For example, over 300 species of mosses and liverworts have been recorded here, including several species which only survive at sites with long historical continuity of woodland cover. Lichens are two plants, a fungus and an alga, which grow together in close association (symbiosis). Lichens tend to grow more profusely in areas which are more open to sunlight than is the case with mosses and liverworts, but are highly sensitive to atmospheric pollution. It is testament to the outstanding air quality at Sunart that over 200 species of lichen are known to grow in the area, with one species found in its only known location in Britain. The acidity of tree bark influences the development of lichens, with less acidic bark being a more equable substrate for lichens to grow on. Hence hosts which have less acidic bark, including such species as ash and hazel, and older trees in general, can develop very rich assemblages of lichens. Continuity of tree cover is also important as it is thought that some species of lichen can take as much as 100 years to establish. Vascular plant ALSO HIGHER PLANTS Fossil range: Early Silurian - Recent Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae (in part) Divisions Non-seed-bearing plants Equisetophyta Lycopodiophyta Psilotophyta Pteridophyta Superdivision Spermatophyta Pinophyta Cycadophyta Ginkgophyta Gnetophyta Magnoliophyta The vascular plants are plants in the kingdom Plantae (also called plantae) that have specialized tissues for conducting water, minerals, and photosynthetic products through the plant. Vascular plants include the ferns, clubmosses, horsetails, flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms. Scientific names are Tracheophyta and Tracheobionta, but neither is very widely used. Nonvascular plants include both earlier-derived lineages in Plantae (mosses, hornworts, and liverworts) and members of other kingdoms (the various algae). The vascular plants are set apart in two main ways: Vascular plants have vascular tissues, which circulate resources through the plant. This feature allows vascular plants to evolve to a larger size than non-vascular plants, which lack these specialized conducting tissues and are therefore restricted to relatively small sizes. In vascular plants, the principal generation phase is the sporophyte, which is diploid with two sets of chromosomes per cell. In non-vascular plants, the principal generation phase is often the gametophyte, which is haploid with one set of chromosomes per cell. See also alternation of generations and life history. Water transport happens in either xylem or phloem: xylem carries water and inorganic solutes upward toward the leaves from the roots, while phloem carries organic solutes throughout the plant. Group of plants having lignified conducting tissue (xylem vessels or tracheids). (MORE)
A great deal higher. A Second Lieutenant is pay grade 0-1 and a First Lieutenant is pay grade O-2, a Colonel is one grade below a Brigadier General at pay grade O-6
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This depends on the circuitry you apply voltage to. In a circuitry with a fixed resistance of 1 Ohm, 1 Volt would then generate 1 Ampere of Current. In the same circuitry, 2 Volt would generate 2 Ampere of Current. Increased voltage will, given the same circumstances, increase the current. In othe…r words, your question must take something not defined into consideration, or the question may be wrong. In an attempt to explain why it often works this way I have to look away from fixed circuitries and give real life examples. By increasing the voltage, the effect of the resistance in an electrical cable is lowered. In other words, a thinner cable can carry the same "juice" of 360 Volt as compared with a thicker cable of 220 Volt or an even thicker one running at only 120 Volt. This makes much sense in the fact that thinner cables are cheaper. In a big house, there is much to gain by having access to higher voltages. A washingmachine, stove, cooker, tumbledryer, dishwasher... All can be made to utilize high voltage instead of low voltage. The current drained goes down, but the wattage remain the same. The electricity company benefit from less effect of resistance in the cables. They can give more punch with less. We can also look at a fixed wattage. If the wattage drained remains the same no matter the voltage, then the current goes down as the voltage rises. (MORE)
Hematocrit will be present generally in everybody body,but adult female as higher hematocrit. Range of 42% to 52%.
The sun stays where it is, the earths axis shifts. It depends if you are in the northern or southern hemisphere. northern hemisphere, lower, southern is higher. Ie. shorter and longer days.
Colonel is the highest of the three. Major is two ranks below a Colonel, and Captain is one rank below a Major.
Higher - very much so. The Corporal is the commander of a Rifle Section - about ten men. The General is (at least) the commander of a Division - four Brigades - though there tends to be an inflation of rank at those levels, i.e. unemployed Generals, who can still issue orders, but shouldn't.
The reason why the Concorde would not cruise higher is due to Cabin pressurization. The Concorde flew at around 56'000 feet (Above Sea Level) which when comparing it to your average flight from the same destination (New York to London) with a regular aircraft, it is hugely significant. The Conc…orde's pressurization was set to an altitude at the lower end of this range around 6,000 feet. A sudden reduction in cabin pressure is hazardous to all passengers and crew. By the time the passengers and crew would of donned their oxygen masks, hypoxia would of already start to set in. The plastic masks at this altitude would of also been not very useful, Another reason is because of the engines and the aircraft itself. The engineers would of set the aircraft would be most effective (fuel consumption wise) at 56'000 feet.. (MORE)
Well, what height a person achieves is dependent primarily upon genetics. Rank won't increase someone's height. As for which rank is higher of the two, it's General.
Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) is a higher rank than 1st Lieutenant (1LT). LTC is a fairly senior rank, while 1LT is a junior officer. In the US Army, (commissioned) officer ranks from lowest to highest are: Second Lieutenant First Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier General Ma…jor General Lieutenant General General General of the Army (AKA "five star general" - this rank was only awarded to WWII era generals like MacArthur and Eisenhower) In the US Army, junior officers (Second Lieutenant - Captain) are referred to as company grade officers, while Majors-Colonels are referred to as field grade. General officers are also known as "flag officers" because they're entitled to fly a personal flag with their rank insignia on it. (MORE)
"Officer" is not a rank - it is a classification of certain ranks, which General falls under.
There are between 16 and 20 colonels that answer to generals, most of the time. A colonel can also be a general in some cases, depending on their rank.
For example from hydrogen critical point (-239,85 0 C) tolithium critical point (2 950 0 C).
What happens, physically, is that a higher pitch corresponds to a higher frequency - i.e., more cycles (or vibrations) per second.