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Egyptian Navy ranks

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Egyptian Navy ranks

This article states the ranks and rank insignia used by the Egyptian Navy.


  • Commissioned Officers 1
  • Enlisted personnel 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Commissioned Officers

Commissioned Officer rank insignia of the Egyptian Navy
Admiral Vice Admiral Rear Admiral Commodore Captain Commander Lieutenant Commander Lieutenant Sub-Lieutenant Ensign
(Arabic: فريق أول‎) (Arabic: فريق‎) (Arabic: لواء‎) (Arabic: عميد‎) (Arabic: عقيد‎) (Arabic: مقدم‎) (Arabic: رائد‎) (Arabic: نقيب‎) (Arabic: ملازم أول‎) (Arabic: ملازم‎)

Enlisted personnel

Non-commissioned Officer rank insignia Enlisted rank insignia
Chief Petty Officer Petty Officer Leading Seaman Seaman
(Arabic: رقيب أول‎) (Arabic: رقيب‎) (Arabic: عريف‎) (Arabic: جندي‎)

See also


  • Rank insignia - Navy & Coast Guard (shoulder insignia)
  • Rank insignia - Navy & Coast Guard (sleeve insignia)

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