New Zealand military ranks

New Zealand Military Ranks

New Zealand military ranks

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New Zealand military ranks are largely based on those of the United Kingdom. The three forces (Army, Navy, and Air Force) have their own rank structure, with a rank equivalency that allows seamless interoperability between the services.

Commissioned officers



Current senior officers



Non-Commissioned Personnel



Note: Naval Enlisted personnel are referred to by both rank and trade. Thus a sailor employed as a chef would hold the rank of Ordinary chef (OCH) (with a few exceptions); A Warrant Officer in the trade of Weapons Technician would hold the rank of Warrant Officer Weapons Technician (WOWT).

Definitions

Non-commissioned officers

A non-commissioned officer is defined as:
"(a) In relation to the Navy, a rating of warrant officer, chief petty officer, petty officer, or leading rank; and includes—
:(i) A non-commissioned officer of the Army or the Air Force attached to the Navy; and
:(ii) A person duly attached or lent as a non-commissioned officer to or seconded for service or appointed for duty as a non-commissioned officer with the Navy:
(b) In relation to the Army, a soldier above the rank of private but below the rank of officer cadet; and includes a warrant officer; and also includes—
:(i) A non-commissioned officer of the Navy or the Air Force attached to the Army; and
:(ii) A person duly attached or lent as a non-commissioned officer to or seconded for service or appointed for duty as a non-commissioned officer with the Army:
(c) In relation to......
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