Chief of Army Staff
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The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) or Chief of Staff of the Army is a title commonly used for the appointment held by the most senior officer in several nations' armies.
Notable country-specific uses of this title are:
- Chief of Army (Australia)
- Chief of Army (Sweden)
- Chief of Army Staff of the Bangladesh Army (COAS)
- Chief of the Army Staff of the Canadian Army
- Chief of Staff of the French Army (French: Chef d'État-Major de l'Armée de Terre, CEMAT)
- Chief of the Army Staff (India) (COAS)
- Chief of Army (New Zealand Army), see New Zealand Defence Force current senior officers
- Chief of Army Staff (Pakistan) (COAS)
- Chief of the General Staff (United Kingdom) (CGS)
- Chief of Staff of the United States Army (CSA)
- Chief of Army Staff (Nigeria) (COAS)
- Chief of the Defence Staff (disambiguation)
- Chief of the General Staff
- Chief of the Air Staff (disambiguation)
- Chief of the Naval Staff (disambiguation)
- Chief of Staff (military)
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