Överstelöjtnant

Collar patch m/58 for a lieutenant colonel
Collar patch
Collar patch
(2003–present)
(–2003)
Shoulder mark m/1923 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1910 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (2003–present)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (–2003)
Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a lieutenant colonel
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a lieutenant colonel (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a lieutenant colonel.
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a lieutenant colonel. (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a lieutenant colonel. (–2003)
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a lieutenant colonel.
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a lieutenant colonel.
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a lieutenant colonel in Life Guards infantry.
Hat (Mössa m/Mössa m/1865-99) for a lieutenant colonel in Royal Engineers (Fortifikationen)
Rank insignia for a lieutenant colonel on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a lieutenant colonel in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a lieutenant colonel in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a lieutenant colonel in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14).
Epaulette for a lieutenant colonel in the General Staff
Epaulette for a lieutenant colonel in the Army Quartermaster Corps

Field grade officer rank in the Swedish Armed Forces, just above the rank of major and just below the rank of colonel.

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Kommendörkapten

Senior-grade officer rank in the Swedish Navy, ranking below captain and above lieutenant commander.

Pennant of the commander, Swedish Navy.
1. Embroidered shoulder mark (2003–present)
2. Embroidered shoulder mark (–2003)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
1. Sleeve insignia for a commander (2003–present)
2. Sleeve insignia for a commander (–2003)
Peaked cap worn by Commander Jan Dunmurray.
Hat badge

The rank is equivalent to lieutenant colonel in the Swedish Army, Swedish Air Force and the Swedish Amphibious Corps.

Major (Sweden)

Collar patch m/58 for a major
Collar patch
Collar patch
(2003–present)
(–2003)
Shoulder mark m/1923 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1910 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (2003–present)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (–2003)
Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a major (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a major (–2003)
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a major (2003–present)
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a major (–2003)
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a major.
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a major. (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a major. (–2003)
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a major.
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a major.
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a major in Life Guards infantry.
Rank insignia for a major on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a major in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a major in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a major in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14).

Major (Maj) (Major, Mj) is a field grade military officer rank in the Swedish Armed Forces, above the rank of captain and below the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Överste

Collar patch m/58 for colonel
Collar patch
Collar patch
(2000–present)
(1987–2000)
Shoulder mark m/1923 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1910 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1895 (Service Troops)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (2000–present)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (1987–2000)
Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a colonel
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a colonel (–2003)
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a colonel (2000–present)
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a colonel (1987–2000)
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a colonel.
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a colonel. (2000–present)
(1987–2000)
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a colonel.
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a colonel.
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a colonel in Life Guards infantry.
Rank insignia for a colonel on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army.
Hatt m/1859 for a colonel in Värmland Ranger Corps (Värmlands fältjägarkår)
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a colonel in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a colonel in the army.
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a colonel in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14).

Colonel (Col) (Överste, Öv) is the most senior field grade military officer rank in the Swedish Army and the Swedish Air Force, immediately above the rank of lieutenant colonel and just below the rank of brigadier general.

Oberst

Senior field officer rank in several German-speaking and Scandinavian countries, equivalent to colonel.

Oberst Werner Mummert of the Germany Army, 1942.
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The Swedish variant överste, is the most senior field grade military officer rank in the Swedish Army and the Swedish Air Force, immediately above the rank of lieutenant colonel and just below the rank of brigadier general.

Nils Swedlund

Swedish Army officer who was Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces from 1951 to 1961.

Swedlund in Karlskrona in 1958.

1942 – Lieutenant colonel

Johan Hederstedt

Senior Swedish Army officer.

Hederstedt in 1988.

1983 – Lieutenant colonel

Gotland Regiment

Swedish Army armoured regiment which has been active in various forms between 1963–1994 and 2000–2005, when it was disbanded.

Chancery building
Barracks I (Gunnfjaun)
Barracks II (Graip)
Barracks III (Gute)
Barracks IV (Havde)
Barracks V (Bysen)
1930s aerial view
1954 regimental colour.
Gotland Regiment (P 18) Medal of Honour in gold
Ribbon bar of the Gotland Regiment (P 18) Medal of Honour
Gotland Regiment (P 18) Commemorative Medal in silver
Ribbon bar of the Gotland Regiment (P 18) Commemorative Medal

1983-04-01 – 1983-09-30: LTC Bengt Hammarhjelm

Captain lieutenant

Military rank, used in a number of navies worldwide and formerly in the British Army.

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A captain lieutenant (Kaptenlöjtnant) was in Sweden an officer standing between captain and lieutenant, who commanded one of the companies, which actually had the regimental commander, lieutenant colonel or major as chief.

Joachim von Rohr

He was commander of the Dalarö fortress

Joachim von Rohr (January 23, 1678 – September 9, 1757) was a lieutenant colonel for the Swedish Empire and Commandant of the Dalarö fortress.

Helge Jung

Swedish Army officer.

Helge Jung in 1944
Supreme Commander, General Helge Jung (left) and the Chief of the Defence Staff, Major General Carl August Ehrensvärd.
Jung's grave in Djursholm Cemetery.

1933 – Lieutenant colonel