What is the difference between marshal, general and soldier?
- USAFisnumber1Lv 73 months agoBest Answer
Not all military use the rank of Marshal, usually called a Field Marshal. It is equal to a US five star general. It usually is the highest rank in the military. The USA in peace time only goes up to the four star GENERAL rank. Technically, anyone in the Army is called a soldier, from the raw recruit to the highest ranking officer. However usually soldier is used to refer to the enlisted ranks.
- armourorLv 53 months ago
a Field Marshal is a 5 star General Not American an American General starts with one star and goes up to 4 star
the Top general one of is a 5 star general of the Army and a soldier can be the Lowest rank of trainee to Warrant Officer
the British Military 5 star then they get Knighted Earl is equivalent of 6 stars
- Bill-MLv 73 months ago
A soldier is anyone in the Army (any rank, enlisted or officer)
A General is a high ranking Army or Air Force Officer.
A Marshal - Term not used in the U.S. Military.
- DanielLv 73 months ago
A soldier is anyone in an army. Marshal and general are ranks in the military at the top of the rank structure.
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- NancyLv 63 months ago
It varies from military to military. You need to gear your question to a specific military.