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NOC 0433 Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces

Example Titles
acting sub-lieutenant
admiral
air combat systems officer
armour officer
artillery officer
brigadier general
captain
captain – air force
captain – army
captain – navy
colonel
commander
commodore
court martial judge
general
infantry officer
lieutenant
lieutenant – air force
lieutenant – army
lieutenant – navy
lieutenant colonel
lieutenant commander
lieutenant general
logistics officer
major
major general
naval cadet
officer cadet
rear admiral
search and rescue captain
second lieutenant
sub-lieutenant
vice admiral

Lead statement
This unit group consists of commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces who plan, organize, command and evaluate the activities of personnel in the Canadian Armed Forces. All ranks of commissioned officers in the Royal Canadian Air Force, Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Navy are included in this unit group.

Main duties
Commissioned officers of the Canadian Armed Forces perform some or all of the following duties:
Plan, organize and command the activities of Canadian Armed Forces combat units such as armour, artillery and infantry battalions
Develop and implement military procedures and policies based on detailed knowledge of units’ capabilities and performance
Direct subordinates in training and co-ordinate and direct activities of units in accordance with military practices
Assume responsibility for welfare, morale and discipline of units
Review and evaluate unit performance, prepare reports and provide briefings for superiors
May command and lead units engaged in non-combat operations for disaster relief and humanitarian and peacekeeping efforts domestically and internationally.

Source: Canada website