Does Army rank identify status?
Yes it does, within the armed forces.
the different of status rank
No, there is no rank of commander in the Army. In the Army commander is a title, not a rank. In the Navy, there is a rank of Commander, it is the equivalent of Lt Colonel or O-5.
chief of army staff
The Army and Marines both have two ranks in the E8 pay grade - Master Sergeant, and First Sergeant. There is one E8 rank in the Air Force - Chief Master Sergeant. If they hold the position of First Sergeant, they get a diamond on their rank insignia to denote it, but their rank remains Chief Master Sergeant.
The lowest rank of the US Army is Private E-1, with no rank insignia.
The highest rank in the Canadian army is General
There is no rank "Major Corporal" in the US. Army
Indian army rank 2nd in the world
The highest rank in the Australian Army is FIELD MARSHALL.
the Field Marshal is the highest rank to get in the British army.
His rank was that of General, the highest rank attainable in the army of the Confederacy during the Civil War. He held the rank of Colonel in the United States Army before he resigned his commission.
Poe was discharged from the army with the rank of Sergeant Major.
Sergeant Major of the Army is the highest rank NCO.
The rank of one star in the US Army is a Brigadier General.
Field Marshal is the highest military rank in Pakistan Army.
Malaysia army just want keep it secret so Malaysia army never been rank
Rank Status: PROmoted
The black leaf insignia is used for the Major rank in the Army. It is all for the Major rank in the Air Force and Marines.
Looks more like a Navy rank and rating than an Army rank... the only reference I can find to "CLC3" being used by the Army is the designator for the Combined Logistics Captains Career course from the Army Logistics University.
Lowest officer rank (second lieutenant) is higher than the highest enlisted rank (sergeant of the army).
The highest rank in the army is the major general who commands generals there is only one major general in an army
No, a second lieutenant is the lowest rank for a new officer in the army.
The next rank above Captaine in the French army is Major.
there is no police rank equivalent to indian army captain!
When the word status is used to mean high rank, its antonym is no status. Another antonym for status would be anonymity.
Anyone in the US Army can lose their rank - in the late 1990s, the Sergeant Major of the Army was demoted. It's not as easy for an SFC to lose their rank as, say, a Specialist or Sergeant, but it can happen.
No such rank in the Army.
It is important to have rank in the army cause you need to know who leads and who to look up to and who to look down to
The Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) for US Army military police (MP) is 31B. Skill designators (10, 20, 30, 40, 50) identify the rank category of the soldier. The lowest rank starts with 10, so an MOS designation for ranks E-1 through E-4 would be 31B10.
In the US and British armed forces, a Naval Commander is equivalent in rank to an Army Lt. Colonel and a Naval Captain is equivalent in rank to an Army Colonel. Please see the related links.
O-10, General of the Army is the highest Commissioned rank. E-9, Sergeant Major of the Army is the highest Enlisted rank.
No a Sgt is concerned a non-commissioned member of the army. A sgt is an average rank of a typical solider level, where a general is the highest rank in the army. There are several types of Sgt's in the US army - but never is any Sgt rank higher than a General.
You get it at rank 45.
General of the Army (five stars). However, this is a special rank used only in wartime. Currently, General (four stars) is the highest achievable rank.
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.
Currently, the higest attainable rank is General (four stars). General of the Army (five stars) is still an available rank, but reserved for special wartime situations.
The rank of the Pakistan army is divided into 3 badges of rank. The three badges of rank are Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers, and the non-Commissioned Officers. The 3 badges are further divided into a number of categories.
Caesar did not have the authority to raise an army at the time. Only someone holding the rank of praetor and above, could legitimately raise an army. Caesar did not have the authority to raise an army at the time. Only someone holding the rank of praetor and above, could legitimately raise an army. Caesar did not have the authority to raise an army at the time. Only someone holding the rank of praetor and… Read More
Private is the lowest rank in the Army
Rank is a method of assigning status or authoritiy. It is also a way of telling you what place you came in.
The rank of Lance Corporal does not exist in the United States Army (I'm assuming that's the Army you were referring to since it was categorised in the US Army category). British and Commonwealth armies have the rank.
LTJG is a Navy rank for Lieutenant Junior Grade. The pay grade is O-2, and the equivalent rank in the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps is First Lieutenant.
That depends on their rank (Commander is not an Army rank), time in service, and any other allowances they're entitled to.
As an E4, without a break in service, you should be able to maintain your pay grade, and remain an E4 in the Army. The Army has two ranks at E4 - Specialist, which is a non-NCO rank, and Corporal, which is an NCO rank. You would be a Specialist.
Hitler did not have a rank in the German Army during WW2, he was the head of state and supreme commander of all armed forces. In WW1 he managed the rank of Gefreiter, which at the time was equal to Lance Corporal in the British Army.
position relative to that of others example: Her status is to that of a very sloppy eater. -the defined position or rank in a society
Sargent is a rank in the air force or army. The navy does not have such a rank.
Assistant commandant is not a rank, it is a position.
CTR is not an Army rank it indicates a contractor position.
In the US Army, there's two ranks - Specialist, and Corporal. In the US Marines, it's just Corporal. The Specialist rank in the Army is not an NCO rank, whereas Corporal is.