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Arrangement of the President about the rank titles and uniform of the soldiers Anordnung Ausfertigung date: 14.07.1978 full quotation: "arrangement of the President about the rank titles and uniform of the soldiers by July 14, 1978 (BGBl. I S. 1067), most recently by article 1 of the arrangement by 31 May 1996 (BGBl. I S. 746) is changed" stand: last amended by art. 1 AnO v. 31.5.1996 I 746 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 26.7.1978 +++) input formula on the basis of § 4 para 3 of the soldiers act as amended by the notice of August 19, 1975 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2273) I order: type 1 the soldiers lead following grade designations: I. officers: 1 a) General, Admiral;
b) Lieutenant General, Vice Admiral, general surgeon, surgeon of Admiral;
(c) Major-General, Rear Admiral, General Staff Admiral staff physician;
d) Brigadier General flotilla Admiral, general physician, Admiral, General pharmacy;
2. a) Colonel, Captain of the Lake, Colonel doctor, fleet doctor, Colonel pharmacist, fleet apothecary, Colonel veterinary;
b) Lieutenant-Colonel Commander, top medic, flotilla, upper field pharmacist, flotilla pharmacist, upper field veterinary;
(c) major, Lieutenant Commander, MC, upper staff pharmacist, upper staff veterinary;
3. a) staff captain, staff Captain Lieutenant;
b) Captain, Lieutenant, medical officer, staff pharmacists, staff veterinary;
4. a) first lieutenant, Lieutenant to the Lake.
b) Lieutenant, Ensign.
II. non-commissioned officers: 1 a) Sergeant, upper bar Bootsmann;
b) Sergeant, staff proficiency;
(c) sergeant-major, Hauptbootsmann, Oberfähnrich, Oberfähnrich zur see;
(d) Sergeant, Chief Petty Officer;
(e) Sergeant, Petty Officer, Ensign, Ensign at sea;
2. a) staff sergeant, first mate;
b) Sergeant, Maat, Cadet and midshipman.
III. teams: a) corporal rod;
b) staff corporal;
(f) grenadier, Hunter, tank shooter, Panzer grenadier, tank destroyers, gunner, tank gunner, pioneer, Panzer pioneer, Funker, tank radio operator, contactors, flyer, physician, sailor.
Type 2 (1) I choose for the uniform of the soldiers: I. General characteristics: 1. as the Federal colours form a Cockade or at the bottom of the beret emblem are national flags on the headgear to wear; the Battlesuit is a sleeve badge in the Federal colours to wear.
2. as cap badges are worn with the army two crossed sabers, the Luftwaffe a swingarm and a marine an anchor. As far as berets are worn, they must be provided with the emblem corresponding to the type of weapon.
3. officers and upper ensigns wear an embroidery on the CAP.
4. women in the careers of the medical services and the military music service in the Navy have an anchor, officers as well as upper ensigns as the hat badge the Lake in addition a gold-colored band at the bottom of the cone of the hat.
II. types of suit: 1 the service suit is grey at the army, air force blue and dark blue for the Navy. In certain areas the service suit at army and air force is sand, sand in the Navy or white. The society suit at the army is dark navy blue, black and blue in the air force.
2. the society suit of women in the careers of the medical services and the military music service is dark blue or dark blue and white.
3. the combat suit color depends on the respective purpose. Schwarzfarbene badges of rank are worn on the battle dress uniform, camouflage print, on the Aufschiebeschlaufen in place of the silver-coloured badges of rank.
III. ranks: 1. Army and air force a) grenadier no badges of rank;
b) corporal a bias on both shoulder straps.
(c) corporal two bias strips on both shoulder straps;
d) corporal three bias on both shoulder straps.
e) staff corporal 4 bias on both shoulder straps.
(f) corporal Rod five bias on both shoulder straps;
(g) non-commissioned officer a down open interest as shoulder badge.
h) Staff Sergeant is a closed lace as shoulder badge.
i) Sergeant a angle with the tip above and a closed lace as shoulder badge.
(j) Sergeant as Sergeant, but two angles;
k) sergeant major a head angle with the tip above and a closed lace as shoulder badge.
l) officer a head angle with the tip above shoulder badge with silver shoulder mount.
(m) Staff Sergeant a head angle, including an angle with the tip upwards and a closed lace as shoulder badge.
n) Sergeant as Master Sergeant, but two angles;
(o) Lieutenant a Silver Star as shoulder badge.
(p) first lieutenant two silver stars as a shoulder badge.
(q) Captain three silver stars as a shoulder badge.
(r) staff Captain four silver stars as a shoulder badge.
(s) major silver oak leaves and a Silver Star as shoulder badge.
t) Lieutenant-Colonel as major, but there are two silver stars;
(u) Colonel such as major, but three silver stars;
v) Brigadier General gold embroidery on red collar mirrors, Golden oak leaves and a gold star as a shoulder badge;
w) Maj. as Brigadier General, but two golden stars;
x) Lieutenant-General as Brigadier General, but three golden stars;
(y) General as Brigadier General, but four golden stars;
2. Marine a) sailor no badges of rank;
b) corporal a bias on both upper sleeves;
(c) corporal two bias strips on both upper sleeves;
d) corporal three bias on both upper sleeves;
e) staff corporal 4 bias on both upper sleeves;
(f) corporal Rod five bias on both upper sleeves;
(g) Maat with the opening faced angle with the tip upwards and down on both upper sleeves;
h) first mate as mate, however, two upper angle;
(i) the boatswain an angle with the tip upwards on both lower sleeves.
(j) Chief Petty Officer such as boatman, but two angles;
(k) Hauptbootsmann a head angle with the tip above on both lower sleeves.
l) Oberfähnrich zur see a sliver of the sleeves on both lower sleeves.
(m) staff boat man a head angle and including an angle with the tip upwards on both lower sleeves.
(n) upper bar Bootsmann like rod boat man, but two angles;
(o) Leutnant zur see a medium-wide strip of sleeves on both lower sleeves.
(p) Oberleutnant zur see two medium sleeve stripes on both lower sleeves.
(q) Captain Lieutenant two medium beam, in between a narrow strip of sleeves on both lower sleeves.
(r) staff Captain Lieutenant two medium beam, in between two narrow sleeve stripes, on both lower sleeves.
(s) Lieutenant Commander three medium sleeve stripes on both lower sleeves.
t) Commander three medium width, between the middle and upper a sliver of sleeves on both lower sleeves.
(u) sea captain four medium sleeve stripes on both lower sleeves.
(v) flotilla Admiral a sliver of sleeves on both lower sleeves; a handbreiter, in
(w) Rear Admiral a medium-wide strip of sleeves on both lower sleeves; a handbreiter, in
x) Vice Admiral a handbreiter, about two medium sleeve stripes on both lower sleeves.
(y) Admiral a handbreiter, three medium-wide sleeve stripes on both lower sleeves.
As far as garments with shoulder straps are provided, teams, non-commissioned officers from the boat man wear up and officers instead of the sleeve insignia badges of rank in appropriate arrangement as shoulder badge, non-commissioned officers from the boat man up in addition a closed lace on the epaulettes. Gordon wear epaulettes instead of reinforcing sleeve with open, upper Gordon with closed braid.
3. officers of the Navy, Sanitätsoffiziere, officer - and NCO candidate officers of the Navy, Sanitätsoffiziere, officer - and non-commissioned officer candidates wear the additional badges given in the suit for the soldiers of the Bundeswehr.
(2) transferring the authority for determining the uniform of soldiers - except the General indicator referred to in paragraph 1, suit types, and badges of rank - the Federal Minister of defence with the proviso that changes or new product introductions are made only of my notice voters to.
Type 3 enters into force on the day after their announcement of this arrangement.
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