What is the brig meaning?
1. : a place (as on a ship) for temporary confinement of offenders in the U.S. Navy. : guardhouse, prison.
A brig is a United States military prison aboard a United States Navy or Coast Guard vessel, or at an American naval or Marine Corps base. The term derives from the Navy’s historical use of twin-mast sailing vessels—known as brigs—as prison ships.
What is a brig called in the army?
|Service branch||Army Marine Corps Air Force Space Force|
|Abbreviation||BG (Army) BGen (Marine Corps) Brig Gen (Air Force, Space Force)|
|NATO rank code||OF-6|