Can a British citizen marry a lieutenant in the US army?
In the British Army, Field Marshall is the highest rank. 2nd lieutenant Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier Major General Lieutenant General General Field Marshall
Anyone who is a British Citizen or from Commonwealth Countries
You have to be an Australian citizen to be in the Australian army. although you could hold duel citizenship.
Become a British subject (citizen) then apply.
Yes they can.
Define Work what kind of work? US citizen can not serve British army but can do work in commercially
Inorder to join either army you must be a valid citizen
According to Chris brown( British Army) wife died in car accident, year 2000
Lieutenant Colonel insignia is identified by a Silver Maple Leaf. In the US Army it is a cluster of silver OAK leaves. In the British army it is a crown and a single 'pip'.
Yes but you have to have your balls chopped off with a swiss army knife
You have to be a British citizen before you can do that. If you really want to, you can join online.
Fiji is a Commonwealth nation. Any citizen of any Commonwealth nation is permitted by British Army regulations to enlist in the British army, so long as their country was in the Commonwealth at the time of their birth (thus, a citizen of Zimbabwe who was born while the country remained in the Commonwealth is still able to enlist in the British Army, even though Zimbabwe is no longer a member of the Commonwealth of Nations).
You cant join the British Army unless you are a citizen of either Britain or a commonwealth country. An American would have to live in the UK for 5 years and then apply for citizenship before joining the British Army.
Indian citizens are not Gurkhas. The Gurhas are a specific regiment in the British Army, primarily recruited from Nepal. Though any citizen of the Commonwealth may join the British army it would be extremely rare for someone other than a Nepalese to become a member of the Gurkhas except as a commisioned officer.
No, The only people who are eligible to join the British Army are British Citizens, who are born in Britain. Citizens of Nepal can join the Brigade of Gurkha's. Commonwealth Citizens may join the British Army, if they meet all the elibility.
British Army Ranks (from the lowest to the most senior) Private Non Commissioned Officers (NCOs) Lance Corporal Corporal Sergeant Company Sergeant Major Regimental Sergeant Major Commissioned Officers Second Lieutenant (pronounced 'leftenant') Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General Field Marshal
Her father, George Lucas, was a lieutenant colonel in the British Army.
The British army, under the command of Lieutenant General Lord Cornwallis, surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, on October 19, 1781.
you cant, need to be a US citizen, but u are always welcome to join its british counterpart
Which position of rank such as lieutenant captain colonel etc would have authorised leave for a British Army REME mechanic in Germany during World War II?
Lieutenant Colonel George Rogers Clark
In order to join the British Army, you first must meet a number of requirements: you need to be at least 16 years old, you must pass a physical examination, and you must meet fitness standards. Furthermore, you must be a British citizen, from one of the overseas territories, a British subject under the Nationality Act (1981), a British protected person, or a citizen of the Irish Republic. You must complete an application, which is… Read More
Yes, newly commissioned officers are commissioned as Second Lieutenants.
salary if lieutenant in Indian army
A British citizen can join the US Army, and a British soldier might be attached temporarily to a US unit, or sent to a US training/instructional programme, but they won't be able to be in both services simultaneously.
According to the British Army legend, the most dangerous thing in the world is a second lieutenant with a map and compass. Variations on this include almost any officer with a "map and a compass."
Roald Dahl earned the rank of lieutenant in the British Army. He joined the Air Force in 1939 and eventually rose to the rank of Acting Wing Commander.
Yes Uganda is a Commonwealth nation. Any citizen of any Commonwealth nation is permitted by British Forces regulations to enlist in the British Forces, so long as their country was in the Commonwealth at the time of their birth (thus, a citizen of Zimbabwe who was born while the country remained in the Commonwealth is still able to enlist in the British Army, even though Zimbabwe is no longer a member of the Commonwealth of… Read More
Private Lance Corporal Corporal Sergeant Colour Sergeant Sergeant Major Warrant Officer Second Lieutenant First Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier Major General Lieutenant General General Field Marshal
Here is a list of British army ranks: 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
Yes, any Irish or commonwealth national can join the British armed services, although an oath to HM the Queen is mandatory.
No. Not unless you become a UK citizen, as required by every other post in the British Army.
I need to write a formal letter to a Lieutenant Colonel in the British Army. How should I write the "Dear ...." and the "Yours ...". I know that Colonel is appropriate for a spoken greeting. Thanks Steve
Private lance corporal corporal sergeant staff sergeant sergeant major class two sergeant major class one second lieutenant first lieutenant captain major lieutenant colonel colonel brigadier major general lieutenant general general field marshall
After the ranks of Sergeant Major come the commissioned officers, the first one being 2nd Lieutenant.
Lt. Colonel Thomas Hardwick Smith, promoted 16 November 1860, aged 29.
In the US Army: 2nd lieutenant 1st lieutenant captain major lieutenant colonel colonel brigadier general major general lieutenant general general Sometimes, usually in wartime, there can be a 5-star general of the Army.
Any citizen of a Briish Commonwelath nation may join the British Army. The British Army also send a selection team to just to Fiji due to the huge interest there in joining the British Army (Fiji has over 2000 citizens in the British Army). Recommend you contact the British High Commission to get the information to on how to apply and when the next selection team will come to Fiji. The British Army web site… Read More
Their intent was to spur a popular uprising against the British in order to create an independent Irish republic.
The starting salary of a lieutenant in the Pakistan army is 40,000 Pakistan rupees. An army chief in the Pakistan army makes 450000 Pakistan rupees.
Yes. The British armed forces accepts recruits from Commonwealth nations (or nations which were Commonwealth members at the recruit's time of birth) and the Republic of Ireland.
The exact salary of sub-lieutenant in Indian army is INR 6000.
The Battle of Monmouth was fought on June 28, 1778 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. General George Washington commanded the Continental Army which attacked the British Army commanded by Lieutenant General Sir Henry Clinton as the group was leaving the Monmouth Court House.Freehold Borough). It is known as the Battle of Monmouth Courthouse. Other leaders involved were Continental Major General Charles Lee and British Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis.
You have to be a citizen to join the army.
Say a Captain in the RAF were to give an order to a Lieutenant in the British Army would he still have to follow it regardless of his branch in the military?
The rank Captain doesn't exist in the RAF the equivalent rank is Flight Lieutenant, but basically, yes, the army would have to follow the order given to him by a superior officer. This is the same for all ranks of all services.
George Washington was commissioned by the British Army as a Lieutenant Colonel in the French and Indian War. He was the commander in chief if the American colonists in the Revolutionary War.
Lieutenant General (OF-9) As Field Marshal is the highest rank, General must be the second highest and Lt-Gen the third.
No - but the Army will afford them an opportunity to become a citizen
In Flanders Fields was written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae of the Canadian Army.