A général de corps d'armée ("general of an army corps") is a senior rank in the French Army. The rank is the equivalent of a lieutenant general in other countries and is junior to the rank of général d'armée and senior to général de division. Officially, it is not a rank, but a style and position (rang et appelation in French) bestowed upon some généraux de division (which is the highest substantive rank in the French Army). The rank insignia is four silver stars arranged in a diamond pattern. The equivalent rank in the Air Force is général de corps d'armée aérien ("general of air army corps") and in the Navy is vice-amiral d'escadre ("vice-admiral of squadron").
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