Army (, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps or IRGC (, Lieutenant General (Sepahbod) (سپهبد) and the naval rank of Vice Admiral (, General (Arteshbod) (ارتشبد) and Admiral (Daryābod) (دریابد) have not been conferred since the, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (Farmāndehe setāde kolle niroohāye mosallah) (فرمانده ستاد کل نیروهای مسلح): It is the highest military post acting as the Chief of Armed Forces, Commander in Chief (Farmāndehe kolle ghovā) (فرمانده كل قوا) or (Bozorgarteshtārān) (بزرگ‌ارتشتاران): It is the highest political command of the armed forces and is not a military rank by itself. It is not a military rank by itself.

The Military ranks of Iraq are the military insignia used by the Iraqi Armed Forces. This rank was last in use during, General (Arteshbod) (ارتشبد) or Admiral (Daryābod) (دریابد): It is portrayed by four stars and two crossing wheat plants embracing the emblem of Allah. Sergeant Major Second Class (Ostovār dovom) (استوار دوم) ["Razmdār dovom" (رزم‌دار دوم)]: It is represented by three chevrons diamond tipped at top with a single curved strip at the bottom. This post is reserved for the. Being a former member of Soviet Union, Tajikistan shares a rank structure similar to that of Russia. The Joint Staff has Central Provost and University of Command and Staff under control. This rank was created after the Islamic revolution of Iran as part of a new modified ranking system. Essentially it has been the highest rank in the army after the Islamic Revolution of Iran.

Rear admiral is a naval commissioned officer rank above that of a commodore and captain, and below that of a vice admiral. Navy officer rank insignia are gold stripes worn on the lower sleeve. The Military ranks of Peru are the military insignia used by the Peruvian Armed Forces.

Commander in Chief (Farmāndehe kolle ghovā) (فرمانده كل قوا) or (Bozorgarteshtārān) (بزرگ‌ارتشتاران): It is the highest political command of the armed forces and is not a military rank by itself.

Lower officer ranks. These were adopted in 2010 replacing the East German style ranks and their respective insignia that were used for a long time, and are based on the old ranks of the pre-1979 National Guard while general and flag officer insignia mirror the Sandinista practice post-1979. Private (Sarbāz dovom) (سرباز دوم) or equivalent rank is usually awarded by the end of six months of service after basic training.

Currently, there is no equivalent for the rank of second brigadier general in other countries but the rank of second brigadier general lies under the NATO equivalent code of OF-6. Highest military title and was held by royal family members Rasnan A less defined title Artabid Title for Azadan families who were entrusted with specific duties, such as crowning each new monarch Karrogbadh Chief of imperial workers; a rather unimportant position mostly delegated to Christians, especially during the reign of Khosrau II. It is represented by a single chevron. It is represented by a color bordered blank shoulder strip. Joint Staff of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army, acronymed SEMAJA, is the chief of staff of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army (Artesh), the "conventional military of Iran", with an aim to coordinate its four military branches. The Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran comprise the Army (Artesh), the Revolutionary Guard Corps (Sepāh) and the Law Enforcement Force (Police) of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Third Lieutenant (Sotvān sevom) (ستوان سوم): It is the most junior officer and the first officer rank. Second brigadier general is a senior rank in the armed forces of Iran. Officer ranks. This post is reserved for the, This page was last edited on 7 October 2020, at 15:49. The Military ranks of Cambodia are the military insignia used by the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces. May 8, 2019 - 17-IIN-Daryabod-2 - Military ranks of Imperial Iran - Wikipedia Most of the rank names were borrowed from existing German/Prussian, French, English, Dutch, and Polish ranks upon the formation of Russian regular army in the late 17th century.

The rank insignia for commissioned officers for the army, navy and air force respectively: Equivalent NATO code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) and student officer Iran: Aryabod FANDOM. Within the Iranian military, various flags fly on various occasions, and on various ships, bases, camps, and military academies. Private Second Class (Sarbāz dovom) (سرباز دوم): It is the second lowest military rank awarded usually by the end of six months of service after basic training.

Tajikistan is a landlocked country, and does therefore not possess a navy.

A lieutenant colonel is typically in charge of a battalion or regiment in the army. The Military ranks of Tajikistan are the military insignia used by the Armed Forces of the Republic of Tajikistan. Being a former Soviet state, Turkmenistan shares a rank structure similar to that of Russia.

The office was originally created in late 1984 General Provost of IRGC was a subdivision to the Joint Staff. When appointed to a field command, a brigadier general is typically in command of a brigade consisting of around 4,000 troops.

The Military of Nicaragua's military ranks are shown here in this article. The Military ranks of Qatar are the military insignia used by the Qatar Armed Forces. Being a former British protectorate, Qatar shares a rank structure similar to that of the United Kingdom. However, the equivalent rank in the Iranian navy is the rank of flotilla admiral. First Lieutenant (Sotvān yekom) (ستوان يكم): It is the third officer rank and is represented by three stars on the shoulder. In other countries, it is a non-commissioned rank. It is the lowest ranking general officer rank in the armed forces of Iran and lies between the ranks of colonel and brigadier general. Brigadier General (Sartip) (سرتيپ) or Rear Admiral Lower Half (Commodore) (Daryādār) (دریادار): It is portrayed by a star and two crossing wheat plants embracing the emblem of Allah. The comparative military ranks of Korea are the military insignia used by the two nations on the Korean Peninsula, those being the Republic of Korea Armed Forces and the Korean People's Army of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The rank of ostovar, a Persian word which in principle means "solid" or "steady", is equivalent to the English-speaking ranks of warrant officers or sergeant majors.