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Nov 12, 2022

[Answer] Who was awarded the highest-ever rank in the U.S. armed forces?

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...George Washington was a major general (two stars) in the Revolutionary War, but he was granted an honorary promotion to lieutenant general (three stars) after his presidency. In order to boost him in rank above other four- and five-star generals, President Gerald Ford signed an order in 1976 to posthumously promote Washington to the highest rank ever: "General of the Armies." The legislation Ford signed stipulated that "no officer of the United States Army should outrank Lieutenant General George Washington." So no matter how many stars other generals are awarded, Washington is understood to have one more. Currently, that puts him at six stars.




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George Washington:


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