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Question 1: In some countries, this rank is given the name of ________.
Second LieutenantMilitary rankBrigadier GeneralMajor General

Question 2: Brigadier (-General) is used in ________, in the normal sense of brigade commander rank (e.g.
AmericasLatin AmericaSouth AmericaLatin American culture

Question 3: During the French Revolution, the ranks of Brigadier des armées and Maréchal de camp were replaced by ________ (Général de Brigade).
Brigadier GeneralSecond LieutenantMajor GeneralMilitary rank

Question 4: In ________, a Brigada has a NATO rank code of OR-8 (and is thus a senior NCO).

Question 5: Brigadier-Mayor ("Brigadier-Major" equivalent to the army's Divisional General and the navy's ________)
Vice AdmiralLieutenant-General (Canada)Major General3 star rank

Question 6: It ranks above a full ________ and below a Major General.
ColonelLieutenant ColonelCaptain (land)Second Lieutenant

Question 7: The origin of this system is not entirely clear, but in the case of Argentina may be linked to the fact that previous to the establishment of the Air Force as an independent armed force, it was commanded within the Army by ________.
Brigadier GeneralMajor GeneralSecond LieutenantMilitary rank

Question 8: ________
Military ranks and insignia of the Sri Lanka ArmyBritish Army officer rank insigniaMilitary rankRAF officer ranks

Question 9: The rank of a brigadier [2] was established by ________ in 1702 as an intermediate rank between colonel and true generals.
Charles III of SpainPhilip V of SpainHouse of BourbonFerdinand VI of Spain

Question 10: ________ (the highest rank, equivalent to the army's Lieutenant-General and the navy's Admiral)
Major GeneralSecond LieutenantBrigadier GeneralMilitary rank


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