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So, exactly what is ‘RHIP’?

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His account is divided into a number of categories which provide a detailed survey of the various meanings of rank both in and out of the military:
• Rank has its purpose;
• Rank has its position;
• Rank has its potential;
• Rank has its price;
• Rank has its powers; and
• Rank has its problems.

Virtually any person who has any position in any type of organization holds some form of rank. Dodd’s definition of the purpose of rank would fit all of those — military or civilian.

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