Brigadier General, Major General, Lieutenant General, and General - one through four stars, respectively. If there should be another General of the Army (five stars), they would, as well.
He wears three stars on his uniform.
None in their rank insignia (there are some on the uniform itself, for example, in the US flag patch). Stars are worn by general officers; Colonels wear "birds" (eagles) instead.
Not in the US Army. They wear a gold oak leaf.
They shouldn't wear stars that should only be reserved for the rank of general in our armed forces. Disgraceful on their part
MANY DO. THAT IS A VERY NASTY ?
The US President is a CIVILIAN and does not wear a uniform
The President is a CIVILIAN and does not wear a uniform
Right now, four. There are three ranks above this: General of the Army is a five-star rank. One officer can be promoted to it during wartime. General of the Armies is probably a six-star rank, but no one's quite sure: the only officer to wear it was General Pershing, who was allowed to create his own rank insignia. He wore four gold stars--other generals wear silver stars. General of the Armies of the United States is the highest rank there can ever be, and it's held by George Washington. It has no insignia.
In the US services Generals wear stars. Majors and Lt. Colonels wear an Oak Leaf; the gold oak leaf is the Major's insignia, and the silver oak leaf is the Lieutenant Colonel's rank insignia. Major is the first rank entering the FIELD GRADE levels, that is why it is gold. Other countries have different insignia to denote rank.
The Jews were forced to wear stars so that they could be easily identified.
they had to wear holocast david stars
They were forced to wear the stars in the Holocaust.
at the wear howse
You put them on your feet
4 star generals are in the US
The Jews were required to wear the Yellow Stars of David
all the girls
on their shoulders bye leave