Field Marshal (Army)
|Common Military Ranks|
|OF-11||Admiral of the Fleet|| General of the Army /
|Marshal of the Air Force|
|OF-10||Admiral||General||Air Chief Marshal|
|OF-9||Vice Admiral||Lieutenant General||Air Marshal|
|OF-8||Rear Admiral||Major General||Air Vice Marshal|
|OF-7||Commodore|| Brigadier /
|OF-5||Commander||Lt. Colonel||Wing Commander|
|OF-1||Ensign||2nd Lieutenant||Officer Cadet|
|OR-7/8 or W-1/5||Warrant Officer|
What are ranks in eRepublik?
In national organized militaries, such as the British Army or the United States Armed Forces, citizens who are members are given a rank, which displays their level of importance, responsibility and skill in the national military. This rank is not related to the damage ranks that every citizen in eRepublik has.
For more information on the ingame eRepublik damage ranks, see here.
Useage in Organized Militaries
Field Marshal is a senior officer rank, usually the highest rank existant and indicates that officer can command an army group (in that sense, would be equivalent to a Supreme Commander in a Alliance). To be Field Marshal (or higher rank, if any), it's required the Country President appoints the candidate and the Congress approves him/her.
Military Marshal refers to the Military Commander in the Australian Military, and has existed ever since September 2009.
Originally there were four military Marshals in Australia:
- The Australian Military Marshal: responsible for overseeing the overall Command Structure of the Australian military;
- The DropBears Military Marshal: the commander of the DropBears
- The ACUK Military Marshal: the commander of the Australian Commando Unit Koalas
- the AAR Military Marshal: the commander of the Australian Army Reserves.
Although the Australian Military Marshal position has since been removed, the other three positions remain.