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Zauryad-praporshchik
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Rank insigniaRussian Imperial Army
Introduction1907
Rank groupUnter-ofitsery
ArmyZauryad-praporshchik
NavyStarshy bootsmann
lower:Podpraporshchik, OR7
higher: Praporshchik, OF1[1]
(lower level)
NATO
equivalent
OR-8[2]

Zauryad-praporshchik (Russian: зауря̀д-пра́порщик, lit.'praporshchik deputy', Russian pronunciation: [zəʊˈrʲat ˈprapərɕːɪk]) was the highest Russian non-commissioned officer (NCO) rank (Russian: у̀нтер-офице́р ранг, IPA: [ˌunʲtʲɪr ɐfʲɪˈtsɛr rank]) in the Imperial Army from 1909 until 1917. The utilization of this particular rank was limited to wartimes only.

Sequence of ranks
junior rank:
Podpraporshchik

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Zauryad-praposhchik
senior rank:
Praporshchik
Rank insignia Zauryad-praporshchik
designation shoulder boards 1904–1917
rank
insignia
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1914 Zaurjad-praporshchik in the post Wachtmeister of Squadron of Russian His Majesty
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designation
of the rank
...
generated from
Feldwebel OR6 ranks
(1904–1912)
...
generated from
Wachtmeister OR6 ranks
(1908–1912)
...
generated from
Senior Unteroffizier OR5 ranks
(1904–1912)
...
retired from service
(reactivated to service)
to assignment Wachtmeister OR6
(design 1907–1911;
excepted, the rank was provided
in Japanese-Russian war)
...
retired from service
(reactivated to service)
to assignment Feldwebel OR6
(design 1907–1911;
excepted, the rank was provided
in Russo-Japanese War)
...
generated from
Feldwebel OR6 ranks
(design 1907–1909)
See also

Equivalent

Army (infantry, artillery, and cavalry)
Navy
See also

References

  1. ^ The abbreviation "OF" stands for de: "Offizier / en: officer / fr: officier / ru: офицер".
  2. ^ The abbreviation "OR" stands for "Other Ranks / fr: sous-officiers et militaires du rang / ru:другие ранги, кроме офицероф"