Commonwealth of Dracul

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Officer Ranks

Dracul Army-Air Corps.

Second Lieutenant (O-1)

Most officers enter the Army at second lieutenant. They lead platoon-size units consisting of a platoon sergeant and two or more squads (16 to 44 Soldiers).

First Lieutenant (O-2)

Officers generally reach the rank of first lieutenant after 18 to 24 months of service. Soldiers at this rank may lead more specialized weapons platoons and indirect fire computation centers.

Captain (O-3)

The captain commands and controls company-sized units (62 to 190 Soldiers). He or she may also instruct at service schools and combat training centers or serve as a staff officer at the battalion level.

Major (O-4)

The major serves as the primary staff officer for brigade and task force command and manages personnel, logistical and operational missions.

Lieutenant Colonel (O-5)

The lieutenant colonel typically commands battalion-sized units (300 to 1,000 Soldiers) with a command sergeant major as an NCO assistant. He or she may also be selected for brigade and task force executive officer.

Colonel (O-6)

The colonel typically commands brigade-sized units (3,000 to 5,000 Soldiers), with a command sergeant major as principal NCO assistant. They may also serve as the chief of divisional-level staff agencies.

Brigadier General (O-7)

The brigadier general serves as deputy commander to the commanding general for Army divisions. This rank is responsible for overseeing the staff's planning and coordination of a mission.

Major General (O-8)

The major general typically commands division-sized units (10,000 to 15,000 Soldiers).

Lieutenant General (O-9)

The lieutenant general typically commands corps-sized units (20,000 to 45,000 Soldiers).

General (O-10)

The senior level of commissioned officer typically has more than 30 years of experience and service. They command all operations that fall within their geographical area.

Field Marshal (O-11)

This rank is only achievable in times of war, where the commanding officer must be equal or of higher rank than those commanding armies from allied nations.