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I am uploading 2 page review of the NCO Rank Insignias WRITTEN by: Air Sergeant Major Salim DİKDURAN and EDITED by: Demir ERMAN into GMIC DOCUMENT ARCHIVE http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/files/ .

While I am translating the Turkish ranks into English I used NATO ranks for Turkish and USA Military. I also uploaded this NATO Codes for Turkey and USA in order to help you to compare them using "OR" NATO codes.

Here is the picture of the first page.



Please feel free to correct me when you find the translation of ranks into English is wrong. :speechless:

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Most probably NCO Cadets during the years 1933-1940

1 st from left: cavalry major

1 st from right: Infantry Captain, at his right NCO Master Sergeant and in front of both of them a NCO corporal

source: Erhan Cifci, Tosun Saral

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