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This is very near the top of the food chain as far as serving soldiers go, as there are no more [[Field Marshal]]s and [[Lieutenant-General]]s are a rarity in themselves.
 
This is very near the top of the food chain as far as serving soldiers go, as there are no more [[Field Marshal]]s and [[Lieutenant-General]]s are a rarity in themselves.

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This is very near the top of the food chain as far as serving soldiers go, as there are no more Field Marshals and Lieutenant-Generals are a rarity in themselves.

Stanley was the model of one, apparently.

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