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Hauptfeldwebel (HptFw or HF) is the third highest Non-commissioned officer (NCO) rank in German Army and German Air Force. Hauptmann is a German word usually translated as captain when it is used as an officer's rank in the German, Austrian, and Swiss armies. While Haupt in contemporary German means 'main', it also has and originally had the meaning of 'head', i.e. Hauptmann literally translates to 'head-man', which is also the etymological root of captain (from.
Hauptmann from Early Modern High German Heubtmann is cognate with the Swedish hövitsman , which also has the root meaning 'head-man' or 'the man at the head', and is closely related to hövding , meaning ' chieftain '. Since medieval times, both titles have been used for state administrators rather than military personnel. Heubtmann may also be the origin of the title hetman , used in Central and Eastern Europe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Enlisted rank plus bottom thin silver cord indicating cadet's career. Generale Chief of Defense Staff only. Generale di Corpo d'Armata Tenente Generale. Generale di Divisione Maggior Generale. Generale di Brigata Brigadier Generale. Marechal Marshal [note 1]. Field marshal [note 1].
General of the Army [note 1]. Chief warrant officer 5. Chief warrant officer 4. Chief warrant officer 3.
He was promoted to the grade of brigadier general effective Aug.
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