Egyptian Army ranks

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Egyptian Army ranks:

History

The Egyptian army ranks were changed after the revolution of 1952 and the fall of the monarchy. In the year 1958 the crown was replaced by the Eagle of Saladin (the new coat of arms) and the Turco-Egyptian ranks were changed into Arabic ranks.

Commissioned Officers

Officers Translation Insignia
مشير
mushīr
Field Marshal EgyField Marshal.png
فريق أول
farīq awwal
Colonel General EgyGeneral.png
فريق
farīq
Lieutenant General EgyLieutenant General.png
لواء
liwāʾ
Major General EgyMajor General.png
عميد
ʿamīd
Brigadier General EgyBrigadier General.png
عقيد
ʿaqīd
Colonel EgyColonel.png
مقدم
muqaddim
Lieutenant Colonel EgyLieutenant Colonel.png
رائد
rāʾid
Major EgyMajor.png
نقيب
naqīb
Captain EgylandCaptain.png
ملازم أول
mulāzim awwal
1st Lieutenant Egy1stLieutenant.png
ملازم
mulāzim
Lieutenant EgyLieutenant.png

Enlisted personnel

Warrant Officer rank insignia Non-commissioned Officer rank insignia Enlisted rank insignia
Chief Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Master Sergeant Sergeant Corporal Private
Arabic: مساعد أول Arabic: مساعد Arabic: رقيب أول Arabic: رقيب Arabic: عريف Arabic: جندى / عسكرى
Musaʿid awwal Musāʿid Raqīb awwal Raqīb ʿarrīf Gondi / ʿaskari
EgyptianArmyInsignia-ChiefWarrantOfficer.svg
EgyptianArmyInsignia-WarrantOfficer.svg
EgyptianArmyInsignia-StaffSergeant.svg
EgyptianArmyInsignia-Sergeant.svg
EgyptianArmyInsignia-Corporal.svg
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See also

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