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Panzerpionier

                                               

Pionier (rank)

                                               

Reichsmarschall

Not to be confused with: Marshal of the Realm Denmark and Marshal of the Realm Sweden Reichsmarschall, Marshal of the Reich, was the highest rank in the Luftwaffe of Nazi Germany during World War II.

                                               

Sanitatssoldat

                                               

Schutze

Schutze in German means "rifleman" or "shooter", or in older terms originally connoted "archer" before the advent of the rifle. It also occasionally occurs as a surname, or as Schutz, as in the opera Der Freischutz. The word itself is derived fro ...

                                               

Sanitatssoldat

Soldat refers to the lowest rank of enlisted men in the land-based armed forces of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is usually grouped as OR-1 within the NATO ranking system, excluding the Swiss armed services which is not part of NATO.

                                               

Sonderfuhrer

Sonderfuhrer, abbreviated Sdf or Sf, was a specialist role introduced in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany in 1937 for the mobilization of the German armed forces.

                                               

Stabsgefreiter

Stabsgefreiter is the second highest rank of enlisted men of the German Bundeswehr, that might be comparable to specialist in Anglophone armed forces.

                                               

Stabshauptmann

Stabshauptmann meaning "Staff Captain", is a German Senior Captain rank and the highest military rank in the Bundeswehr for specialist officers).

                                               

Stabskapitan

Stabskapitan, in the cavalry also Stabsrittmeister, or Kapitanleutnant, was a historic military rank in the Prussian Army. In reference to the German Stabskapitan the equivalent rank in the Imperial Russian Army used to be the rank Stabs-kapitan. ...

                                               

Staffelkapitan

Staffelkapitan is a position in flying units of the German Luftwaffe that is the equivalent of RAF/USAF Squadron Commander. Usually today a Staffelkapitan is of Oberstleutnant or Major rank. In the Luftwaffe of the Wehrmacht the Staffelkapitan us ...

                                               

Unterarzt (military)

Unterarzt was a military rank in the German Reichswehr and Wehrmacht until 1945. It describes a qualified or licensed surgeon or dentist of the armed forces with the last or highest Officer Aspirant O.A. or OA – de: Offizieranwarter rank. Accordi ...

                                               

Unterfeldwebel

Unterfeldwebel was a rank of the Wehrmacht, from 1935 until 1945. It was also used in the East German National Peoples Army from 1956 to 1990. The equivalent to Unterfeldwebel in the Bundeswehr of West Germany and later the Federal Republic of Ge ...

                                               

Unteroffizier

Unteroffizier is a military rank of the Bundeswehr and of former German-speaking armed forces, OR-5b on the NATO scale of ranks. There is no equivalent in the British Army, Royal Marines and various Commonwealth armies, although the Canadian Army ...

                                               

Unteroffiziere mit Portepee

Unteroffizier mit Portepee, also Portepeeunteroffizier with sword knot" also "Sword knot NCO"), is the designation for German senior NCO in the Armed forces of Germany. The name derives from earlier traditions in which senior enlisted men would c ...

                                               

Unteroffiziere ohne Portepee

Unteroffizier ohne Portepee without sword knot"), is the designation for German junior non-commissioned officers in the German Armed Forces. The category was a division of the NCO class, separating junior NCOs from Unteroffiziere mit Portepee, or ...

                                               

Zugfuhrer (military)

Zugfuhrer is a military appointment to a sub-subunit leader, e.g. platoon leader, belonging to the Non-commissioned officer rank group or junior officer. A Zugfuhrer leads or commands normally a subunit that is called in German language Zug.

                                               

4.2 cm Pak 41

The 4.2 cm Pak 41 was a light issued to German airborne units in World War II. This gun was externally similar to the 3.7 cm Pak 36, using a modified version of the latters carriage, but used the squeeze bore principle to boost its velocity, and ...

                                               

7.5 cm FK 16 nA

The 7.5 cm Feldkanone 16 neuer Art was a field gun used by Germany in World War II. Originally built as the World War I-era 7.7 cm FK 16, surviving guns in German service were re-barrelled during the early 1930s in the new standard 7.5 cm calibre ...

                                               

7.5 cm FK 18

The 7.5 cm Feldkanone 18 was a field gun used by Germany in World War II. It was designed to replace the 7.5 cm FK 16 nA, which was a World War I-era 7.7 cm FK 16 rebarreled in 75 mm during the early Thirties. The development of the FK 18 had a l ...

                                               

7.5 cm Infanteriegeschutz 37

The 7.5 cm Infanteriegeschutz 37 was an infantry support gun, used by Germany during World War II. The guns were originally designated 7.5 cm PaK 37. The IG 37s were manufactured, beginning in late 1944, from carriages of 3.7 cm Pak 36s) and a ba ...

                                               

7.5 cm Infanteriegeschutz 42

The 7.5 cm Infanteriegeschutz 42 was an infantry support gun, used by Germany, during World War II. The requirement for this weapon came out of combat experience in 1940 when the existing IG 18 was felt to be outdated. However, by the time Krupp ...

                                               

7.5 cm Pak 39

7.5 cm Pak 39 was a 7.5 cm German Second World War era anti-tank gun. The gun was used to equip Jagdpanzer IV/48 and Jagdpanzer 38 "Hetzer" tank destroyers; no towed version of the weapon was made. The Pak 39 was an electrically fired weapon fitt ...

                                               

7.7 cm Kanone in Haubitzelafette

The 7.7 cm Kanone in Haubitzlafette was a field gun used by Germany in World War I. It consisted of the barrel of the 7.7 cm FK 96 n.A. mounted on the carriage of the 10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09 in an attempt to get more elevation and range than t ...

                                               

8 cm kanon vz. 28

The origins of the 8 cm kanon vz. 28 began in 1928 at the Skoda Works in Pilsen. The design attempted to combine the field gun, mountain gun, and anti-aircraft gun roles into one weapon. The vz. 28 combined a two-wheeled box trail carriage, horiz ...

                                               

8 cm kanon vz. 30

The 8 cm kanon vz. 30 was a Czech field gun used in World War II. Guns captured after the German invasion of Czechoslovakia in March 1939 were taken into Wehrmacht service as the 8 cm FK 30. It was used by a variety of German units during World W ...

                                               

10 cm houfnice vz. 28

The 10 cm houfnice vz. 28 was a Czech howitzer used in limited numbers by the Yugoslav Army during World War II. The Yugoslavians ordered twenty houfnice vz. 28 guns which they referred to as the 100 mm M.28. Guns captured from Yugoslavia by the ...

                                               

10 cm houfnice vz. 30 (howitzer)

The 10 cm houfnice vz. 30 was a Czechoslovak howitzer used in the Second World War. The 158 weapons captured after the German invasion of Czechoslovakia in March 1939 were taken into Wehrmacht service as the 10 cm leFH 30. It was used by a variet ...

                                               

10 cm K 04

The 10 cm Kanone 04 was a field gun used by Germany in World War I. It was the second heavy gun with modern recoil system accepted by the German Army. It was produced as a replacement for the 10 cm K 99 and the lange 15 cm Kanone 92. Although the ...

                                               

10.5 cm leFH 16

The 10.5 cm leichte Feldhaubitze 16 was introduced in 1916 as a successor to 10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09, featuring a longer barrel and hence longer range. It had the same carriage as the 7.7 cm FK 16.

                                               

12 cm felthaubits/m32

The 12 cm felthaubits/m32 was a howitzer used by Norway in World War II. Captured guns were given a German designation after the Invasion of Norway as the 12 cm leFH 376. Two batteries of Artillerie-Abteilung 477, which served in Finland during t ...

                                               

13.5 cm K 09

The 13.5 cm Kanone 09 was a heavy breech-loading field artillery gun used by Germany in World War I. Built by Friedrich Krupp AG, in Essen, Germany, this gun was intended to supplement the 10 cm K 04. Only four of the sixteen built were in servic ...

                                               

15 cm hruba houfnice vz. 25

The 15 cm hruba houfnice vz. 25 was a Czech heavy howitzer used in the Second World War. It was taken into Wehrmacht service as the 15 cm sFH 25. Slovakia had 126 in inventory.

                                               

15 cm Kanone 18

In 1933 Rheinmetall began development of a new artillery piece to fulfill a German Army requirement for a replacement of the aged 15 cm Kanone 16, with the first production units received in 1938. There was not much of an improvement over the old ...

                                               

17 cm K (E)

This weapon was designed with the intent of replacing the 15 cm K E mounted on the same carriage, although only 6 were built before it was realized that both guns were too small to justify railroad mounts. The gun was mounted on a simple pivot mo ...

                                               

20 cm leichter Ladungswerfer

The 20 cm leichter Ladungswerfer was a spigot mortar used by Germany during World War II. It was used by engineers to demolish obstacles and strongpoints. It was gradually withdrawn from front-line service from 1942. Propellant was placed at the ...

                                               

120 mm Krupp howitzer M1905

The 120 mm Krupp howitzer M1905 was a howitzer used by Turkey, Japan and a few smaller armies including during World War I. After the Ottoman Empires entrance into World War I in 1914 on the side of the Central Powers, it realized that it needed ...

                                               

SMS Adler

SMS Adler was a gunboat of the Imperial German Navy. She was launched 3 November 1883 in the Imperial shipyard in Kiel. On 5 September 1888, she shelled Manono Island and Apolima, Samoa, which were strongholds of Malietoa’s forces. She was wrecke ...

                                               

AGO C.VII

In the C.VII, AGO attempted to improve upon its C.IV design by revising the wing bracing. The vertical fun and rudder were similar to that seen on the AGO C.V and AGO C.VI.

                                               

Albatros-class fast attack craft

The Type 143 Albatros class was a German class of missile bearing fast attack craft. Each vessel is named after a bird of prey including the albatross, condor and cormorant. Constructed by German shipbuilders Lurssen and Kroger, the vessels were ...

                                               

Barbe-class utility landing craft

The Type 520 Barbe -class utility landing craft are small units of the German Navy used for landing or transporting troops, supply, equipment and also for coastal mine laying. The remaining boat in service is currently part of the SEK-M the naval ...

                                               

Bofors 75 mm Model 1934

The Bofors 75 mm Model 1934 was a mountain gun produced in Sweden by Bofors and sold abroad widely. The Model 1934 was used by Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and China in World War II. Germany bought a small number of guns for evaluation and t ...

                                               

DM4 torpedo

                                               

SMS Eber (1887)

SMS Eber, a 735-ton iron-hulled gunboat, was built at Kiel, Germany for gunboat diplomacy in the Pacific. It was a barque-rigged auxiliary steamer. After commissioning in September 1887 she was sent to the Pacific to serve in the German colonial ...

                                               

EMT Aladin

EMT Aladin is a small, man-portable light reconnaissance miniature unmanned aerial vehicle employed by the Bundeswehr. The UAV can be radio-controlled via a portable control station, or fly according to previously set GPS coordinates. It features ...

                                               

EMT Luna X-2000

Luna X 2000 is a German unmanned aerial vehicle in service with the Bundeswehr and produced by EMT Penzberg of Germany. It is intended for close reconnaissance over the hill, up to 65 kilometres 40 mi away), transmitting live video data visual or ...

                                               

General War Commissariat

Following the defeats Prussia suffered in the 30 Years War, Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, set up the General War Commissariat to oversee the army, as well as to levy taxes necessary to support the army. It soon became a bureaucratic ...

                                               

Gepard-class fast attack craft

The Type 143A Gepard class was a class of missile bearing fast attack craft and the last one in service with the German Navy before the remaining four operational ships were decommissioned on 16 November 2016. The Ghana Navy operates two such shi ...

                                               

German Imperial Naval Cabinet

The German Imperial Naval Cabinet, a government office of the German Imperial Navy, 1871-1918, was responsible for commanding naval officers, marine officers, engineers, naval stores, and munitions. In 1889 Kaiser Wilhelm II reorganised top-level ...

                                               

Kampfgeschwader

In World War II, Kampfgeschwader units were full bomber wings within the 1935-45 Luftwaffe, consisting of three or more Kampfgruppe bomber groups, as a part of a typical Luftflottes medium or heavy bomber strength.

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