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Irish Air Corps officer ranks insignia

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Irish Air Corps officer ranks insignia

The Irish Air Corps officer rank insignia is an indication of the wearer's military rank, and worn by officers as an element of their uniform - typically as a shoulder board.

Current officer insignia

Equivalent NATO Code OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF-Cdt

Ireland

Maor-ghinearál Briogáidire-ghinearál Coirnéal Leifteanantchoirnéal Ceannfort Captaen Leifteanant Dara-leifteanant Dalta
British equivalent Air vice-marshal Air commodore Group captain Wing commander Squadron leader Flight lieutenant Flying officer Pilot officer Officer cadet
Abbreviation Maj Gen Brig Gen Col Lt Col Comdt Capt 1st Lt 2nd Lt O-Cdt

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