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Iran's Navy Ranks Insignia

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Iran's Navy Ranks Insignia

Officer ranks

Iranian rank Daryābod دریابد Daryāsālār دریاسالار Daryābān دریابان Daryādār دریادار Daryādār Dovom دریادار دوم Nākhodā Yekomn ناخدا یکم
English translation Admiral Vice Admiral Rear Admiral Flotilla Admiral Second Flotilla Admiral Captain
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Iranian rank Nākhodā Dovom ناخدا دوم Nākhodā Sevom ناخدا سوم Nāvsarvān ناوسروان Nāvbān Yekom ناوبان یکم Nāvbān Dovom ناوبان دوم Nāvbān Sevom ناوبان سوم
English translation Commander Lieutenant Commander Lieutenant Lieutenant (junior grade) Ensign Probationary Ensign
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Enlisted Ranks

Iranian rank Nāvostovār Yekom Nāvostovār Dovom Mahnāvi Yekom Mahnāvi Dovom Mahnāvi Sevom Sarnāvi Nāvi Yekom Nāvi Dovom Nāvi
English translation Master Chief Petty Officer Senior Chief Petty Officer Chief Petty Officer Petty Officer First Class Petty Officer Second Class Petty Officer Third Class Seaman Seaman Apprentice Seaman Recruit
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