|Rank insignia||German officer rank|
|Rank group||Commissioned officers|
|Army / Air Force||Oberleutnant|
|Navy||Oberleutnant zur See|
|Navy||*Lieutenant (junior grade) *Sub-Lieutenant|
In the German Army, it dates from the early 19th century. Translated as "senior lieutenant", the rank is typically bestowed upon commissioned officers after five to six years of active duty service.
Oberleutnant is used by both the German Army and the German Air Force. In the NATO military comparison system, a German Oberleutnant is the equivalent of a First lieutenant or Poruchik in the Army/Air Forces of Allied nations.
- Other uses
The equivalent naval rank is Oberleutnant zur See.
(German officer rank)
|Rank insignias Oberleutnant/Oberleutnant zur See (OF-1a)|
|San OA||Service uniform
|Field uniform||San OA||Shoulder strap||Sleeve insignia||Mountin loop||San OA|
- Comparative military ranks of World War I
- Comparative military ranks of World War II
- Ranks of the German Bundeswehr
- Rank insignia of the German Bundeswehr
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