Rank 1: General

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The grade and rank of General is the highest-ranking position an Army officer can achieve while serving.Generals hold commands at the highest levels of the Army.

Rank 2: Lieutenant General

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Lieutenants Generals exist primarily to serve as commanders of higher commands, such as the combatant commands, or as staff officers at higher levels in the Army.Lieutenant Generals can also serve in speciality positions, such as the Superintendent of the San Andreas Armed Forces.

Rank 3: Brigadier

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The primary reason for Brigadier existence is to serve as deputy commanders of brigade or division-sized elements .They are given these positions in order to serve directly underneath lieutenant General so as to provide more learning about general officiating.

Rank 4: Colonel

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Their primary function of Colonels is to serve as commanders of brigade-sized elements, Soldiers holding the rank of Colonel can also serve as staff officers or as commanders of smaller units in specialized branches.

Rank 5: Major

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Their primary reason for existence is to serve as staff officers for battalion or brigade-sized elements,Major serves most often as the operations officer or the executive officer in battalions or brigades.

Rank 6: lieutenant

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A Lieutenant is the position of commanding a platoon, known formally as being a platoon leader.

Rank 7: Warrant Officer

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Warrant Officers are recognized as the most technically and tactically competent soldiers of differing certain specialties in the Army,Warrant Officers serve from the team level thru the battalion level .

Rank 8:Sergeant

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A Sergeant is a soldier in the SAAF. Soldiers holding the rank of Sergeant serve as squad leaders.
Occasionally, Sergeants are given command of teams, one unit size smaller than squads

Rank 9: Corporal

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Soldiers bearing the rank of Corporal occupy the first rank of the levels of Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) in the Army. NCO’s are responsible the training, performance, appearance, and well being of soldiers.

Rank 10: Private

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A Private is the lowest rank in the San Andreas Armed Forces. They have just begun Basic Combat Training, known colloquially as Basic, and have no responsibility other than to train and learn how to follow orders and execute their assigned soldier duties.

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