Ranks and insignia of NATO armies officers

Ranks And Insignia Of NATO Armies Officers

Ranks and insignia of NATO armies officers

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Rank comparison chart of all armies of NATO member states.

Officers (OF 1–10)



Warrant officers (WO1–5)

Warrant officers rank below officers and above enlisted servicemen.

Countries not listed use only regular officer ranks, do not have warrant officers, or warrant officers are considered OR (Other/Enlisted Rank).

Notes

  • <sup>1</sup> Title; Honorary or posthumous rank; war time rank; ceremonial rank. For example, in Spain this rank is held solely by H.M. the King of Spain.
  • <sup>2</sup> Greece has only one level of Warrant Officer. According to the current issue (2010) of STANAG 2116, the Greek Warrant Officers are included in OR-9, however they are afforded the privileges of an officer. A regular Warrant Officer (Ανθυπασπιστής) is of the same rank but senior to a draftee warrant officer (ΔΕΑ), which is a temporary appointment before being commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Reserve.


See also



References



External links

  • - UK Government site
  • from STANAG 2116







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