Brevet may refer to:

  • Brevet (military), a temporary authorization for a person to hold a higher rank
  • Brevet (cycling), a long-distance bicycle ride with check-point controls
  • Aircrew brevet, a Royal Air Force and British Army badge
  • Parachutist brevet or Parachutist Badge
  • Brevet des collèges, an exam taken by students in France
  • Brevet, a non-hereditary form of French nobility

Other articles related to "brevet":

Dixon S. Miles - Early Life and Military Service
... He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1824 and was commissioned a brevet second lieutenant in the 4th U.S ... At the start of the Mexican-American War, he received a brevet promotion to major for his "gallant and distinguished conduct" in the defense of Fort ... He was appointed a brevet lieutenant colonel for "gallant and meritorious conduct in the several conflicts at Monterrey, Mexico." ...
Audax UK - Awards - Brevet Awards
1200k+ E2E PBP LEL 24TE Timespan Notes Brevet 500 x5 1 season see note 3 Brevet 1000 (M) x10 infinite see note 4 Brevet 2000 x20 infinite see note 5 Brevet 3000 events ...
Commando Parachute Group - Selection
... testing with current serving members of the GCP To pass the physically and mentally demanding Brevet Niveaux 1 et 2 du Centre National d'Entraînement Commando (The National Commando Training Centre) (CNEC) at ...
Southern Nigeria Regiment - Commanding Officers
21 September 1896 Captain C H P Carter, Royal Scots (Brevet Major from 1 January 1900) 12 February 1901 Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel A F Montanaro, Royal Artillery Summer 1904 to summer 1905, Major H M Trenchard (act ...
Brevet (military)
... In many of the world's military establishments, a brevet (/brəvɪt/) was a warrant authorizing a commissioned officer to hold a higher rank temporarily, but usually without receiving the pay of that ... Chamberlain." This is not be confused with a Brevet in Francophone military circles, where a Brevet is an award ...