Army Colonel Rank
The Colonel insignia for an Army Colonel is a right-facing bald eagle with a sheaf of wheat grasped in the eagle's talons.
Army Colonels are field-officer grade commissioned officers. In order, they are directly above a Lieutenant Colonel and below a Brigadier General.
Colonels in the Army usually command brigade sized units, which consist of 3 to 5 thousand soldiers.
This includes one pair of Army Colonel Rank.