En France, chef de bataillon est une des appellations du grade de commandant utilisées dans l'armée de terre. Le commandant est dit chef de bataillon, du nom de son commandement, dans les unités des armes à pied : infanterie, chasseurs à pied (aujourd'hui subdivision d'arme de l'infanterie), génie, transmissions.

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  • En France, chef de bataillon est une des appellations du grade de commandant utilisées dans l'armée de terre. Le commandant est dit chef de bataillon, du nom de son commandement, dans les unités des armes à pied : infanterie, chasseurs à pied (aujourd'hui subdivision d'arme de l'infanterie), génie, transmissions. Dans celles dites armes à cheval, on utilise les termes de chef d'escadron dans le train des équipages, l'artillerie et la Gendarmerie, et chef d'escadrons dans l'arme blindée-cavalerie.Sous la Révolution française, durant l'existence des bataillons de volontaires, composés généralement de 550 à 600 hommes, le chef de bataillon avait le grade de lieutenant-colonel en chef. Il était secondé par un lieutenant-colonel en second. Portail de l’histoire militaire Portail de l’histoire militaire
  • A battalion chief is the rank and title of a subordinate fire chief or commanding officer in the firefighting command structure. The title of battalion chief is usually synonymous with firefighting in the United States and Canada.A battalion chief is the lowest chief officer in a fire department's rank structure, above rank-and-file fire station and fire company officers. A battalion chief commands a firefighting battalion, similar to a military battalion. A battalion consists of several fire stations and multiple fire companies. A battalion chief has command over each fire station's officers and each company or unit's officers, as well as the uniformed firefighters.A battalion chief is usually under the command of a division, deputy, or assistant chief, who in turn reports to a chief of department, chief engineer, or a fire commissioner.The Detroit Fire Department, the New York City Fire Department, the Chicago Fire Department, and the Los Angeles Fire Department all have battalion chiefs in their rank structure. In the Boston Fire Department and the Toronto Fire Services, however, the title of district chief is used in place of battalion chief.
  • Chef de bataillon ("Capo battaglione" in lingua francese) è un grado militare storico dell'esercito francese, equivalente a quello di maggiore.Lo "Chef de bataillon" ha, come si evince dal nome, la responsabilità del comando di un battaglione di fanteria; le unità di cavalleria, blindate o di artiglieria utilizzano invece l'equivalente grado di "chef d'escadrons" ("Capo di squadrone").
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  • En France, chef de bataillon est une des appellations du grade de commandant utilisées dans l'armée de terre. Le commandant est dit chef de bataillon, du nom de son commandement, dans les unités des armes à pied : infanterie, chasseurs à pied (aujourd'hui subdivision d'arme de l'infanterie), génie, transmissions.
  • Chef de bataillon ("Capo battaglione" in lingua francese) è un grado militare storico dell'esercito francese, equivalente a quello di maggiore.Lo "Chef de bataillon" ha, come si evince dal nome, la responsabilità del comando di un battaglione di fanteria; le unità di cavalleria, blindate o di artiglieria utilizzano invece l'equivalente grado di "chef d'escadrons" ("Capo di squadrone").
  • A battalion chief is the rank and title of a subordinate fire chief or commanding officer in the firefighting command structure. The title of battalion chief is usually synonymous with firefighting in the United States and Canada.A battalion chief is the lowest chief officer in a fire department's rank structure, above rank-and-file fire station and fire company officers. A battalion chief commands a firefighting battalion, similar to a military battalion.
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