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Normally, commands a [[section]]. Usually found on [[exercise]] being shouted at by a [[subaltern]] who has no idea why the shouting occurs.
 
Normally, commands a [[section]]. Usually found on [[exercise]] being shouted at by a [[subaltern]] who has no idea why the shouting occurs.
  
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See also [[section commander]].
 
See also [[section commander]].
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Revision as of 11:38, 1 May 2006

Normally, commands a section. Usually found on exercise being shouted at by a subaltern who has no idea why the shouting occurs.

Will receive his orders at the Pl Comd O Group. Will prepare and deliver said orders to his section who will have no idea what he is on about.

Generally resorts to simple commands e.g. Follow me

One of the best Ranks to be, high enough to have authority and delegate the bone jobs but low enough to still be at the coal face having all the fun before you become an adult!

Also a incredibly perverted American ARRSE User who is part of The Other Two.

See also section commander.

ukFlag.jpg Rank Structure of the British Army 42px-Flag_of_the_British_Army.svg.png
Commissioned Ranks
Second Lieutenant | Lieutenant | Captain | Major | Lieutenant Colonel | Colonel | Brigadier | Major General | Lieutenant General | General | Field Marshal
Non-commissioned Ranks
Private | Lance Corporal | Corporal | Sergeant | Staff Sergeant | Warrant Officer Class 2 | Warrant Officer Class 1