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Army and Air Force insignia
|Service branch|| German Army|
German Air Force
|NATO rank code||OF-8|
|Next higher rank||General|
|Next lower rank||Generalmajor|
The rank is rated OF-8 in NATO, and is grade B7 in the pay rules of the Federal Ministry of Defence. It is equivalent to Vizeadmiral in the German Navy (Marine), or to Generaloberstabsarzt, and Admiraloberstabsarzt in the Zentraler Sanitätsdienst der Bundeswehr. On the shoulder straps (Heer, Luftwaffe) there are three golden pips (stars) in golden oak leaves.
|Heer||Luftwaffe||... to service uniform|
Generalleutnant (en: lieutenant general) was in the so-called armed organs of the GDR (German: Bewaffnete Organe der DDR), represented by Ministry of National Defence, and Ministry for State Security, the second lowest general officer rank, comparable to the two-star rank in many NATO-Armed forces (Rangcode OF-7). This was in reference to Soviet military doctrine and in line with other armed forces of the Warsaw Pact.
|Rank insignias Generalleutnant / Vizeadmiral (OF-7)|
|Stasi||Land forces||Air Force||Border troops||Volksmarine|
Generalleutnant (en: lieutenant general) was in the German Reich, and Nazi Germany the second lowest general officer rank, comparable to the two-star rank in many NATO-Armed forces (Rangcode OF-7). It was equivalent to Vizeadmiral in the Kriegsmarine, and SS-Gruppenführer in the Waffen-SS until 1945.
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