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|AMERICA - LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Mexican Rurales - rank insignia||(2)|
|" the Rurales also placed their ranks in a slightly different order from that of the regular army. NCO ranks were in descending order of seniority; 1st Corporal, 2nd Corporal, Sergeant. On top of that, both corporals and sergeants were considered to be officers by the Rurales." ...|
|Luke2 > 1-September-2014||21:16:01|
|EUROPE - LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Ukraine: General of Internal Service (General of Army)||(2)|
|Nati > 30-August-2014||21:35:30|
|AMERICA - FIRE & RESCUE BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Dominican Republic: Cuerpo de Bomberos Voluntarios||(0)|
|Luke2 > 30-August-2014||21:07:30|
|ASIA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Israeli NCO's||(1)|
|Since 2011 has been introduced a new rank for NCOs in the IDF: Rav-Nagad Mishneh / RANAM (Senior Warrant Officer or Vice-Chief Warrant Officer), which is below Rav-Nagad and is superior to Rav-Samal Bachir. ...|
|Nati > 30-August-2014||14:17:30|