Command authority

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A command authority designated in Germany a military department , which usually major units at the level of brigade or division leads.

Higher command authority

A higher command authority is a military agency from the corps or from equivalent agencies upwards. Corresponding military posts from corps command upwards.


Higher command authorities are for example:

Individual evidence

  1. Army Service Regulations (HDv) 100/900 "Leadership Terms"
  2. Central Service Regulations (ZDv) 1/50 “Basic Terms for Military Organization, Subordination, Official Instructions”, No. 113 and 114