The following describes the U.S. Army Brigadier General rank insignia, salary, formal and informal ways to address a Brigadier General.
Army Brigadier General Rank
An Army Brigadier General abbreviated BG, is addressed as “General” or “Sir” by subordinate officers, and Non-Commissioned Officers NCOs such as Army Sergeants and Army Privates. A Brigadier General is commonly assigned as a Deputy Commander to the commanding general for Army divisions. They assist in overseeing the staff’s planning and coordination of a mission. The phrase “One-Star General” is often used when referring to an officer of this rank but not when addressing them.
An Army Brigadier General has a pay grade of O-7 with a starting salary of $8,264.40 per month as of 2015. The salary range is $8,264.40 – $12,043.80 mo.
|Salary:||$8,264.40 – $12,043.80 mo.||Other:||“One-Star General”|
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