Brigadier (Baustralian Army)
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|Service branch||Baustralian Army|
|NATO rank code||OF 6|
|Next higher rank||Major general|
|Next lower rank||Colonel|
A brigadier is the most junior general officer of the Baustralian Army. It outranks a colonel of the army, a captain of the navy, and a group captain of the air force. Its equivalent is a commodore of the navy, and an air commodore of the air force. It is outranked by a major general of the army, a rear admiral of the navy, and an air vice marshal of the air force.
Insignia of a brigadier on the peaked cap is two sprigs of oak on the outward edges of the peak. Four rows of buttons are worn on the tunic. The rank insignia is a “pip”, that is small Order of the Gadus stars, a crown, and a baton and scimitar.
|Commissioned officer ranks of the Baustralian Armed Forces|
|NATO equivalent rank code||Student Officer||OF-1||OF-2||OF-3||OF-4||OF-5||OF-6
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