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- Sep 6, 2018
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Chief Of The General Staff
General Oben Uslu
Total Active Personnel: 15,000
General Oben Uslu
Total Active Personnel: 15,000
Land Vehicle Specialists
Army Air Corps Pilots
Royal Ottoman Army
Air Corps Mechanics
Interim Uniform, No. 1
Utilised by standard army soldiers as the basic uniform for temperate and cold climates.
Details & Notes
Beretta BM 59
Interim Standard Service Rifle
Kraliyet Küçük Silahlar Model 12 Semi-Automatic Service Rifle
Standard Service Rifle
Kraliyet Küçük Silahlar Model 12 Service Revolver
Standard Service Revolver
Kraliyet Küçük Silahlar Model 12 Squad Automatic Weapon
Standard Light Machine Gun
Kraliyet Küçük Silahlar Model 1 Dual-Purpose Grenade
Standard Fragmentation Grenade
NATO Code -
OF-11 - Monarch of The United Kingdom/President of The United States
Held by The Sovereign only.
OF-10 - Field Marshal/General Of The Army
Held by The Chief Of The Defence Staff, if they're a member of The Army, or commands of theatres/army groups.
Also bestowed upon individuals, who endure great success during war time, upon retirement.
OF-9 - General/General
Held by The Chief Of The General Staff, or commander of an army.
OF-8 - Lieutenant General/Lieutenant General
Commands a corps.
OF-7 - Major General/Major General
Commands a division.
OF-6 - Brigadier/Brigadier General
Commander of a brigade.
OF-5 - Colonel/Colonel
The administrative head for a regiment, or operations officer for a brigade/division.
OF-4 - Lieutenant Colonel/Lieutenant Colonel
Commander of a battalion.
OF-3 - Major/Major
Deputy of a lieutenant colonel commanding a battalion, operations officer or commands a company, which usually consists of several platoons.
OF-2 - Captain/Captain
Operations officer or the deputy of a major commanding a company.
OF-1a - Lieutenant/First Lieutenant
Commands a platoon, which usually consists of three squads, and a headquarters squad, or acts as the deputy for a captain.
OF-1b - Second LieutenantLieutenant/First Lieutenant
Same functions as a Lieutenant, however the rank indicates that they are newly commissioned. Promotion to the rank of Lieutenant usually occurs after a year as a Second Lieutenant due to the accumulation of experience.
(Warrant Officer Class 1)
OR-6 - Warrant Officer Class I/Warrant Officer
Sergeant Major Of The Army
Regimental Sergeant Major. (Example shown is the senior NCO for The Ankara Rifles)
Battalion Sergeant Major (Regimental Sergeant Major, if part of a battalion for the military police, artillery and other select arms of service.)
Can be appointed as a battalion-sized formations sergeant major, the senior NCO of a regiment, or Sergeant Major of The Army, the most senior NCO in the army, who acts as a representative for the other ranks to the Chief Of The General Staff.
(Warrant Officer Class 2)
OR-6 - Warrant Officer Class II/Warrant Officer
Can be appointed as a company-sized formations sergeant major, or as an instructor in a regiment.
OR-5 - Colour Sergeant/Sergeant First Class
Assists a captain in the efficient organisation of a company in the capacity of Company Quartermaster Sergeant.
OR-4 - Sergeant/Staff Sergeant
Deputy of a lieutenant and second in command of a platoon.
OR-3 - Corporal/Corporal
Leader of a squad, which consists of 10 soldiers. One of whom is the corporal, followed by a lance corporal and eight privates.
OR-2 - Lance Corporal/Private First Class
Deputy of a corporal and second in command of a squad.
OR-1 - Private/Private
UniformAt the present moment, Turkey is still in the process of designing a domestically created uniform for the armed forces. As such, to provide something to the army, a uniform has been imported from Italy to be used as a stop-gap measure.
Currently, the uniform consists of a three-buttoned tunic, trousers, puttees and beret in grey-green. This is accompanied by a grey shirt, black tie and black ankle boots. Until production capacity is available to provide unique cap badges, all arms are to use the General Service Corps cap badge until further notice. For fighting purposes, a chest rig containing 6 large pouches on the waistline has been sourced by the Italians for the purpose of holding magazines for Italian BM-59 semi-automatic rifles, while a steel helmet has also been purchased to provide head protection. Finally, a greatcoat has been obtained, so that soldiers can have some form of extra insulation in cold weather. As such, the standard soldier's uniform consists of the following elements:
1x Grey-Green Beret
1x Grey-Green Tie
1x M33 Grey Shirt
1x M40 Grey-Green Tunic
1x M40 Grey-Green Breeches
1x Grey-Green Puttees
1x M37/M40 Grey-Green Great Coat
1x "Samurai Vest" Chest Rig
1x M33 Helmet
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