A high rank of officer in the army, above major general and below general.
- The investigation also resulted in a ROK lieutenant general and major general being relieved of their positions.
- Campaigning in Hungary he again showed his worth as a field commander, and in 1685 was promoted to major general and then lieutenant general in 1688.
- All ranks of lieutenant general, major general and brigadier general are staffed by men.
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