United States Army » Officer Rank Structure
United States Army Officer Ranks (Ordered By Seniority)
|O-1||Second Lieutenant||2LT||Commissioned Officer||[more]|
|O-2||First Lieutenant||1LT||Commissioned Officer||[more]|
|O-5||Lieutenant Colonel||LTC||Field Officer||[more]|
|O-7||Brigadier General||BG||General Officer||[more]|
|O-8||Major General||MG||General Officer||[more]|
|O-9||Lieutenant General||LTG||General Officer||[more]|
|O-10||General of the Army||GA||General Officer||[more]|
United States Army Officer Ranks In Order
Officers in the United States Army are highly trained soldiers responsible for leading groups of soldiers in the field and serving as the utmost example of Army service and ideals.
Soldiers usually receive an entry-level officer's commission in the Army as a Second Lieutenant after successfully completing Officer Candidate School. The highest rank in the Army is General of the Army. An Army officer receives promotions and pay raises based on experience, leadership skills, and number of years served.
This table lists the active officer ranks in the United States Army in increasing order of senority. Choose any rank for detailed information including duties and leadership responsibilities, Army officer pay details, officer rank insignia, and more.
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