What Would Be Your Rank In The U.S. Army?

Will you make it past boot camp, soldier?

Morgan Brown
Created By Morgan Brown
On Mar 28, 2019

How well do you deal with stressful situations?

Which of these war movies would you rather watch?

Besides your family, what would you miss most while serving in the army?

Are you better at giving orders or following them?

Would you actually be willing to risk your life for your country?

Which U.S. President earned the rank of 5-star general?

Do you believe that the President of the United States should serve in the Armed Forces?

Five Star General

Five Star General

Congratulations! You are a Five Star General, a rank that is only given out during wartime and is held by the most senior operational military commanders! You’re a noble hero with the ability to courageously lead your fleet to victory! You've dedicated your life to serving your country and would do anything to protect the values of freedom and liberty that mean so much to you!

Major General

Major General

In the United States Army, a Major General commands a division of up to 20,000 soldiers and is capable of fully independent field operations! You would make one hell of a major general thanks to your keen leadership skills and your ability to solve problems under pressure! We salute you!

Colonel

Colonel

Congratulations! You are a Colonel (pronounced kur-nell) in one of the most powerful military forces in the world! You’ve earned this prestigious title thanks to your fearless and brazen spirit! Throughout your life, you’ve always stood up for yourself and maintained your honor in the most challenging of situations! No matter the battle, you’re capable of victory!

Private First Class

Private First Class

You’ve just entered the Army and are ready and willing to serve your country! Boot camp will be difficult, but you are young, able bodied and brave and before you know it, you’ll be a commander! You’re a fast learner who is respectful and dignified and the Army is lucky to have you! Good luck, private!

Captain

Captain

After two years as a first lieutenant, you have earned the rank of captain! You’re now in charge of a company-sized unit of up to 250 soldiers which is a responsibility that you can totally handle thanks to your ability to lead a team and command respect! You’ll also be in charge of instructing combat training centers and guiding and mentoring other soldiers! Are you ready! Go get em, Captain!