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Brevet (military) - United States - American Civil War
... a previous law for awards of brevet ranks to Regular Army officers, an act of Congress of March 3, 1863 authorized the award of brevet rank to officers of the United States Volunteers ... Because of the existence of both Regular Army and United States Volunteers ranks and the possibility that an officer could hold actual and brevet ranks in both services, some general and other officers ... a brevet brigadier general in the United States Regular Army, and an actual Regular Army captain ...

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