United States Army- 4 star General- Joint Chief of Staff- Full Dress Uniform
The rank of General (or full general, or four-star general) is the highest rank normally achievable in the U.S. Army. It ranks above lieutenant general (three-star general) and below General of the Army (five-star general). There have been 242 four-star generals in the history of the U.S. Army. Of these, 222 achieved that rank while on active duty in the U.S. Army; eight were promoted after retirement; five were promoted posthumously; and one, George Washington was appointed to that rank in the Continental Army, the predecessor to the United States Army.
This costume hire consists of the following;
Black Dress shoes- White pilot Shirt- Black Tie- Black Dress trousers with two gold stripes- Black 4 Pocket Dress Tunic with Gold Bullion rank stripes above the cuffs- Gold Bullion 4 star general Rank bars on shoulders- US Cyphers on Collar- Combat Infantryman Qualification Badge- Current Issue Medal Ribands- Pathfinders Qualification badge- Paratroopers Qualification Badge- Special Forces Badge- Joint Chief of Staff Badge- Presidential Staff Badge- French Paratrooper Qualification Badge- 3 X .Medal Citations- Name Badge- 101st Airborne Divisional Patch- Aid to the President badge- 6 months overseas service stripes- US Army General Joint Chief of Staff Cap with Gold Bullion Cap Device