Ncos dating lower ranks
Captain (CPT)(O3) Addressed as "Captain." Commands and controls company-sized units (62 to 190 Soldiers), together with a principal NCO assistant.
Instructs skills at service schools and The United States Army combat training centers and is often a Staff Officer at the battalion level.
May also be selected for brigade and task force Executive Officer.
The rank Soldat is replaced by ranks specific to their Truppengattung (branch of service): Flieger (Flg) Aviator; Funker (Fu) Signaller; Grenadier (Gren) Infantrymen; Jger (Jg) Light Infantryman; Kanonier (Kan) Gunner; Pionier (Pi) Sapper; Panzerfunker (Pz Fu) Armoured-Signaler; Panzergrenadier (Pz Gren) Armoured-Infantryman; Panzerjger (Pz Jg) Tank Destroyer; Panzerkanonier (Pz Kan) Armored-Gunner; Panzerpionier (Pz Pi) Armoured-Sapper; Panzerschtze (Pz Schtz) Tanker; Panzersoldat (Pz Sdt) Tanker; Sanittssoldat (San Sdt) Medic and Schtze (Schtz) Rifleman.
Finnish military ranks form a system that incorporates features from Swedish, German, and Russian armed forces.
Leads platoon-size elements consisting of the platoon SGT and two or more squads (16 to 44 Soldiers).
First Lieutenant (1LT)(O2) Addressed as "Lieutenant." A seasoned lieutenant with 18 to 24 months service.
is the equivalent for Private (OR-2) in the armed services.
Gefreiter was the lowest rank to which an ordinary soldier could be promoted.