A naval officer with shoulder marks of a lieutenant.
The initial page of the first complete copy of Västgötalagen, the law code of Västergötland, from c. 1280. It is one of the earliest texts in Swedish written in the Latin script.
Collar patch m/58 for a captain
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 captain
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a captain (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a captain.
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a captain. (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a captain. (–2003)
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a captain
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a captain
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Life Guards infantry
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Life Regiment of Foot
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Royal Engineers (Fortifikationen)
Rank insignia for a captain on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a captain in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a captain in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a captain in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14)
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 lieutenant (2003–present)
2. Sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (–2003)
Hat badge

The name appeared quite early in the Middle Ages and then applied to the highest commander in an area, a city etc. With the standing armies, which began to be established in the latter half of the 15th century, it was the name of the commander of a unit in both the infantry and the cavalry, which unit was first called company, then fana and from the latter half of the 16th century company again, whose strength was then still far less than before.

- Kapten

The fänika was led by a Kapten, the equivalent of a Captain.

- Fähnlein
A naval officer with shoulder marks of a lieutenant.

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