A report on Kapten and Löjtnant

A naval officer with shoulder marks of a lieutenant.
Collar patch m/58 for a lieutenant
Collar patch m/58 for a captain
Collar patch (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Collar patch
Collar patch
Collar patch
(2003–present)
(2003–present)
(–2003)
(–2003)
Shoulder mark m/1923 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1923 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1910 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Shoulder mark m/1910 (13 = Dalarna Regiment)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (2003–present)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (2003–present)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (–2003)
Embroidered shoulder mark (Navy) (–2003)
Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (2003–present)
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a captain
Mess jacket sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (–2003)
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a captain (2003–present)
An air force officer with sleeve insignias for a lieutenant.
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a captain.
Flight suit sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a captain. (2003–present)
Sleeve insignia on uniform m/1906 for a lieutenant.
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a captain. (–2003)
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a lieutenant. (2003–present)
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a captain
Sleeve insignia on innerkavaj m/48 ("inner jacket m/48") for a lieutenant. (–2003)
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a captain
Hat (Mössa m/1923) for a lieutenant
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Life Guards infantry
Camp hat (Lägermössa m/1865-99) for a lieutenant
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Life Regiment of Foot
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a lieutenant in the Life Guards infantry
Hat (Mössa m/1865-99) for a captain in the Royal Engineers (Fortifikationen)
Rank insignia for a lieutenant on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army
Rank insignia for a captain on hat (Hatt m/1910-14) in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a lieutenant in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1946) for a captain in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a lieutenant in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1940) for a captain in the army
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a lieutenant in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14)
Hat badge (Mössmärke m/1914) for a captain in the army on fur hat (pälsmössa m/1909-14)
1. Embroidered shoulder mark (2003–present)
1. Embroidered shoulder mark (2003–present)
2. Embroidered shoulder mark (–2003)
2. Embroidered shoulder mark (–2003)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
3. Wowen shoulder mark (2003–present)
1. Sleeve insignia for a sub-lieutenant (2003–present)
1. Sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (2003–present)
2. Sleeve insignia for a sub-lieutenant (1987–2003)
2. Sleeve insignia for a lieutenant (–2003)
A naval officer with sleeve insignias for a sub-lieutenant.
Hat badge
Hat badge

In the army/airforce, it ranks above lieutenant and below major.

- Kapten

In the army/airforce, it ranks above second lieutenant and below captain.

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

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Captain lieutenant

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

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.