Stabshauptmann

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German Senior Captain rank and the highest military rank in the Bundeswehr for specialist officers (Offiziere des Militärfachlichen Dienstes (OffzMilFD)).

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A poster showing the rank insignia of the officers of several armed forces at the time of the Second World War.

Stabskapitänleutnant

Highest Fachdienstoffizier rank (en: specialist officer, comparable to US warrant officer) in the German Navy.

Highest Fachdienstoffizier rank (en: specialist officer, comparable to US warrant officer) in the German Navy.

A poster showing the rank insignia of the officers of several armed forces at the time of the Second World War.

The rank is rated OF-2a in NATO, and equivalent to Stabshauptmann in Heer, and Luftwaffe.

Kapitänleutnant

Officer grade of the captains' military hierarchy group (Hauptleute) of the German Bundeswehr.

Officer grade of the captains' military hierarchy group (Hauptleute) of the German Bundeswehr.

OF-2a: Stabskapitänleutnant / Stabshauptmann

Dubislav Gneomar von Natzmer

Dubislav Gneomar von Natzmer

Prussian Generalfeldmarschall and a confidant of the House of Hohenzollern.

Prussian Generalfeldmarschall and a confidant of the House of Hohenzollern.

Dubislav Gneomar von Natzmer

Promoted to Stabshauptmann in 1680, he participated in the Great Turkish War in 1686, after which Elector Frederick William named him Generaladjutant.

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Staff captain

English translation of a number of military ranks:

English translation of a number of military ranks:

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Stabshauptmann (StHptm) meaning "Staff Captain", is the highest military rank in the Bundeswehr for limited duty officers (Offiziere des Militärfachlichen Dienstes (OffzMilFD)).

A portrait of Hans Christoph Friedrich Graf von Hacke

Hans Christoph Friedrich Graf von Hacke

Prussian General and Commandant of Berlin.

Prussian General and Commandant of Berlin.

A portrait of Hans Christoph Friedrich Graf von Hacke
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In 1715, at the age of sixteen, Hacke went to join the army of the Soldier King, Frederick William I of Prussia, and at 6'3" tall was assigned the 6th Royal Regiment, the Potsdam Giants. He attracted attention through his particular attentiveness and adherence to orders, which would earn him a great career. At eighteen, he was an ensign, at twenty a lieutenant, twenty-six a first lieutenant, twenty-nine a staff captain, and thirty-two a Hofjägermeister.