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  Military Rank, Operations, & Feudal Hierarchy
This level of rank, although once familiar in the much smaller European armies of the 18th and 19th century, has been used by the United States only as an honorary rank, not as a practical field rank, for the most celebrated Generals and Admirals.
Nevertheless, a special supreme rank, "General of the Armies of the United States," was created for William Tecumseh Sherman in 1869, and this was conferred postumously on Grant in 1885.
A peacetime military is in the awkward position of being able to do none of the things, or at least none of the things in truly realistic circumstances, that it actually exists and trains to do.
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  Military Rank
Military rank is the system of structural organization in all the three wings of the armed forces - army, navy and the air force.
The non commissioned officers in military are the enlisted personnel with significant administrative responsibilities.
The Sergeants are in the military rank of non commissioned officers in Army, Air Force or Marines.
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  Military Rank - ninemsn Encarta
Modern military rank was not introduced until the 18th century, when it became customary for soldiers, as well as officers, to wear a recognizable badge denoting their status within the regiment.
During the 19th century uniforms, and with them badges of rank, were simplified—in part as a response to the growing importance of concealment on the battlefield, and in part because of calls for utility and economy.
From the age of 30, a Captain may hope to be promoted to the rank of Major, at which time he or she will wear a crown symbol and possibly assume command of an infantry company, artillery battery, or signals squadron.
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 Military rank
Military rank, or simply rank, is a system of grading seniority and command within military organizations.
A separate set of ranks was also used for secular, and occasionally ecclesiastic, rulers, as discussed in Ranks of nobility and peerage.
The use of formalized ranks came into widespread use with the Roman Legions, after the introduction of reforms by the consul Gaius Marius which were completed around 60 CE.
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 Military rank at AllExperts
Military rank, or, more commonly, simply rank, is a system of grading seniority and command within armed forces or otherwise military-style organizations.
The use of formalized ranks came into widespread use with the Roman legions after the introduction of reforms by the consul Gaius Marius, which were completed around 60 BC.
NCO ranks typically include a varying number of grades of Sergeant and Corporal (air force, army and Marines), or Chief Petty Officer and Petty Officer (navy and coast guard).
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 Military Rank
Petty officers lost their rank when the crew was paid off at the end of a voyage.
The rank of chief petty officer was established in 1894.
The rank of Army ensign was long gone by the time the rank of Navy ensign was established in 1862.
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 Rank   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The rank was introduced throughout the British Army in 1871 to replace the rank of Ensign, although it had long been used in the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers and Fusilier regiments.
Colonel is a military rank of a commissioned officer, with the corresponding ranks existing in nearly every country in the world.
The rank traces its origins to the Middle Ages where the title of Lieutenant General was held by the second in command on the battlefield, normally subordinate to a Captain General.
www.army.mod.uk /atr/hq_itg/information_pack/rank.htm   (762 words)

 Rank and Military Structure
At this rank, A Protoss is given command of the equivalent to a division of Templar warriors.
This rank is held by Protoss warriors that command a major section of a ship, such as commanding the entire engineering department or all of the weapons on a ship.
This rank is the equivalent of Captain and the lower levels of the Admiral rank within the shore establishments of a navy.
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 Job opportunities in the armed forces
Bear in mind that the recruiter’s job is to recruit promising applicants into his or her branch of military service, so the information that the recruiter gives you is likely to stress the positive aspects of military life in the branch in which he or she serves.
Military personnel are stationed throughout the United States and in many countries around the world.
In addition to receiving their basic pay, military personnel are provided with free room and board (or a tax-free housing and subsistence allowance), free medical and dental care, a military clothing allowance, military supermarket and department store shopping privileges, 30 days of paid vacation a year (referred to as leave), and travel opportunities.
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 The Ultimate Military rank - American History Information Guide and Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Chinese People's Liberation Army of the 1960s and 1970s and the Red Army of 1918-1935 are the rare examples of military which attempted (quite unsuccessfully) to abolish rank.
The use of formalized ranks came into widespread use with the Roman Legions, after the introduction of reforms by the consul Gaius Marius which were completed around 60 BCE.
NCO ranks include a varying number of grades of Sergeant (Army, Air Force or Marines) or Petty officer (Naval).
www.historymania.com /american_history/Military_rank   (827 words)

This study examines whether military service in a combat unit and in a leadership position is associated with entrepreneurial activities in the ensuing civilian career.
Following the Institution/Occupation thesis that appears frequently in the military sociology literature, in combination with leadership theory and the theory of social capital accumulation, it was hypothesized that patterns of service that can be characterized as institution-oriented enhance motivation to embark on an entrepreneurial career more than service that is characterized as occupation-oriented.
Military service, by definition, belongs to the past experience of individuals and is an antecedent of their eventual post-military careers as civilians.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3719/is_200307/ai_n9266447   (907 words)

 Military Titles and Rank - Military Benefits - Military.com
The use of military titles is prohibited in connection with commercial enterprises when such use, with or without the intent to mislead, gives rise to any appearance of sponsorship or approval by the Uniformed Services or the Department of Defense.
Military titles will not be a part of the signature block of a retired servicemember when signing official correspondences as a civil service employee.
When military titles are used by members to sign their names to documents that pertain to them personally, they must show that they are in a retired status after the grade.
www.military.com /benefits/retiree/military-titles-and-rank   (311 words)

 The Military And Wars - Military Rank And Insignia
The term as a military rank seems to come from the Sixteenth Century when individuals had the privilege of enlisting or making private contracts to serve as private soldiers in military units), sergeants, lieutenants, captains, colonels, generals, and several now-obsolete ranks like coronet, subaltern and ensign.
In the Navy, captain was the highest rank until Congress created flag officers in 1857 — before then, designating someone an admiral in the republic had been deemed too royal for the United States.
Chevrons officially denoted rank in the U.S. military for the first time in 1817, when cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., wore them on their sleeves.
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 Military Pay 101: How Much Do You Earn?
Military members are entitled by law to several types of pay, as well as certain benefits, most notably health care.
Regular military compensation generally refers to the mix of pay and allowances that is the military equivalent to civilian wages and salaries.
Military pay raises normally take effect in January of each year and are set by Congress based on wage increases in the civilian sector.
www.militarymoney.com /money/1093540060   (1396 words)

 DivorceNet - Interviewing and Counseling Military Service and Family Members in Family Law Cases   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Representing military personnel and their family members in Family Law related matters can be rewarding, fulfilling and one of the most challenging legal undertakings presented to the Family Law Practitioner.
Not only is it a sign of respect to address military personnel by their rank, it will give you an insight as to the relevant complexity of your case and the client’s ability to pay.
The military has a plethora of individuals, entities and agencies that are available to assist the servicemembers and their families in crises.
www.divorcenet.com /states/texas/interviewing_and_counseling_military_service_and_family_members_in_divorce   (1426 words)

 Military Rank
Officer ranks in the United States military consist of commissioned officers and warrant officers.
The commissioned ranks are the highest in the military.
The lowest ranking warrant officers serve under a warrant, but they receive commissions from the president upon promotion to chief warrant officer 2.
www.militaryspot.com /military-rank.htm   (353 words)

 Military Ranks and Military Rank Insignia - Pay Grades
Military Ranks are more than just who salutes whom.
Do not confuse rank with pay grades, such as E-1, W-2 and O-5.
The Army, for example, has the ranks of corporal and specialist at the pay grade of E-4.
www.military-quotes.com /military-rank.htm   (396 words)

 Uniform Nametape | Military Rank Insignia
Uniform Nametape takes pride in supplying military personnel with the finest embroidered patches in the industry.
We offer an extensive selection of military rank insignias for US Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Coast Guard Auxiliary personnel.
These sew-on collar embroidered Army, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard rank insignias are available in desert tan for Desert Camouflage Uniform and olive drab for Battle Dress Uniform for.
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 Military school glossary, private schools terms, boot camp dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Literally translated “commander of the seas” is the Admiral the highest rank in the navy.
It is a military rank in the army and air force and usually the highest below the general grades.
The highest rank in army and sometimes air force is called General.
www.military-school.org /military_glossary.asp   (559 words)

 Italy - Military Rank Flags
The current ranks are General of Army Corps (Special Appointments), 4 stars; General of Army Corps, 3 stars; General of Division, 2 stars; and General of Brigade, 1 star.
Italian navy site this is the "Bandiera distintiva per i Capi di S.M. di F.A. e per il Segretario Generale della Difesa" (Ensign for the Chief of Staff of Armed Forces and for the General Secretary of Defense) - The flag in the site is with 4 stars.
Italian navy site there is also a rank flag with 3 stars and bar as the "Bandiera distintiva per Generale di C.A. o di S.A designato d'armata" (Flag for a General of Army Corp or of the Staff on charge of a Corp).
flagspot.net /flags/it-rank.html   (855 words)

 eMilitaryCenter.com-Military Rank
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The commissioned ranks are the highest in the military.
To the outsider, military rank is at once baffling and yet readily understandable once you learn the basics.
www.emilitarycenter.com /military/MilitaryRank.htm   (234 words)

 Colombia - Military Rank Flags   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At Album 2000 [pay00] - The note to the figure of General Commanding Military Forces explains that similar flag without anchor is used by Military Authorities.
This is the Army Rank flag for a General.
This is the Army Rank flag for a Brigadier General.
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 Navy & Coast Guard Rank Page
Coast Guard rank insignia are the same as the Navy except for color and the seaman recruit rank, which has one stripe.
The training includes the basic training phase where recruits are immersed in military culture and values and are taught the core skills required by their service component.
In the Army and Marines, this area is called a military occupational specialty; in the Navy it is known as a rate; and in the Air Force it is simply called an Air Force specialty.
www.military-graphics.com /navy_rank.html   (590 words)

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