In the US Army and Airforce, a Major is one rank higher than a Captain. In the US Navy a Rear Admiral lower half (1 Star) is one rank higher than a Captain.
There is no such rank in civiailan life. A captain is a military rank
A Major is one rank higher then a Captain
The term "captain" is generally used for the leader of a military unit. So in the Army, a captain is the leader of a company, and the next lower rank is "Lieutenant". At sea, the "military unit" is a ship, so the captain is the captain of a ship, which is a much larger military unit. The next lower rank may be commander (generally used for smaller ships) or lieutenant.
The next rank above Captaine in the French army is Major.
In the Navy, a Captian is an O-6, and the rank below a Captain is a Commander. In each of the other branches of the US Military, a Captain is an O-3, and the rank below is a 1st Lieutenant.
The next rank above Corporal in most military forces would be Sergeant.
Major and Lieutenant Colonel
Captain is an officer, Corporal is an enlisted man.
In US military Major is above the captain.
In the police force and in the military, a Captain rank is higher than a Lieutenant
The correct spelling for the ship commander or military rank is "captain."
Which military is this? The question is categorised under US Army and US Navy, but neither rank exists in any branch of the US military. I mean are they the same rank nd my bad for the catagories in any military I mean
Yes..Major is just above a Captain..Then Colonel after Major.
When referring to the rank itself, such as Captain, Major, Private or Admiral, it is a proper noun, and should be capitalized.
There is no rank called "colonial." The rank "Colonel" is below General and above Lt. Colonel, Major, Captain, and so on.
John McCain's retired from the military with the rank (rating) of US Navy Captain. This is basically equivalent to the rank of Colonel in the Army.
Rank would be Captain, Grade would be 0-3 (for the Army). An 0-3 in the Navy is a Lieutenant
Reagan served in army during WW II and was promoted to the rank of captain by the time the war ended.
Komandant can be as low as captain and as high as lieutent Coronal
Yes- Reagan was in the army from 1942 to 1945 ending up with rank of captain.
He was a captain in the Illinois militia. And while President, he was Commander in Chief.
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 Military, 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