Korpral

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Swedish military rank .

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Korpralskap

Swedish/Finnish military unit of 25 men split into four rote with six man each that existed during the 17th and 18th century—quite similar to a platoon today.

Swedish/Finnish military unit of 25 men split into four rote with six man each that existed during the 17th and 18th century—quite similar to a platoon today.

The unit was led by a Korpral and in turn consisted of four rotes of six men each.

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Swedish field artillery (early 18th century)

Split into two battalions at the inception of a battle and light field artillery was usually put in the gaps that appeared between those battalions.

Split into two battalions at the inception of a battle and light field artillery was usually put in the gaps that appeared between those battalions.

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The team was overseen by a konstapel, who was to make sure that

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Furir

Swedish military rank (OR5) reintroduced in 2019, after having been abolished in 2009.

Swedish military rank (OR5) reintroduced in 2019, after having been abolished in 2009.

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Promotion from Korpral to Furir requires a minimum time-in-grade of one year.

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Vicekorpral

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Vicekorpral (vicekonstapel in the artillery) is a Swedish rank above menig and below korpral that existed until 1972 as a trainee rank for conscripts who were undertaking training to become deputy squad leaders or squad leaders.

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Rustmästare

Former Swedish rank that literally means the one responsible for the armory.

Former Swedish rank that literally means the one responsible for the armory.

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Army corporal

Corporal

Military rank in use in some form by many militaries and by some police forces or other uniformed organizations.

Military rank in use in some form by many militaries and by some police forces or other uniformed organizations.

Army corporal
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PLA Corporal epaulet
Insignia of alikersantti
Insignia of alikersantti
IAF Corporal Arm Insignia
IDF Rank: רב טוראי Rav turai (Rabat)
Shoulder strap of a kapral in the Polish Army.
Singapore Armed Forces' Corporal Insignia
Onbaşı insignia
RAF corporal insignia.
RAF corporal as it appears on dress uniform.
Venezuelan insignia
Army - shoulder
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Air Force - sleeve
Second Corporal/Lance Corporal
First Corporal/Corporal
Master Corporal
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Spanish Army Cabo insignia.
Spanish Navy Cabo insignia.
Spanish Navy Marines Cabo insignia.
Spanish Air Force Cabo insignia.
Civil Guard Cabo insignia.

In the Swedish Army, Navy and Air Force, the rank of korpral is a rank for soldiers with a specialization, and often in charge of a group six to ten men.

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Historical ranks of the Swedish Armed Forces

The following article lists the historical military ranks used by personnel of the Swedish Armed Forces.

The following article lists the historical military ranks used by personnel of the Swedish Armed Forces.

Coat of Arms of the Swedish Armed Forces

korpral - former vicekorpral

91:an cover, Christmas, 2005, drawn by Gert Lozell. Illustrated are Mandel Karlsson (in the blue uniform), Colonel Hector Gyllenskalp (the thin officer), Adéle Charlotte Gyllenskalp (his wife), Major Hampus Morgonkröök (the fat officer), and the Colonel's grandson.

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Popular Swedish comic strip, first created in 1932 with the title En beväringsmans upplevelser och äventyr ("A military man's experiences and adventures").

Popular Swedish comic strip, first created in 1932 with the title En beväringsmans upplevelser och äventyr ("A military man's experiences and adventures").

91:an cover, Christmas, 2005, drawn by Gert Lozell. Illustrated are Mandel Karlsson (in the blue uniform), Colonel Hector Gyllenskalp (the thin officer), Adéle Charlotte Gyllenskalp (his wife), Major Hampus Morgonkröök (the fat officer), and the Colonel's grandson.

Korpral Krevad (Corporal, disappeared from the strip in the 1930s)