Corporal - India and Pakistan

India and Pakistan

. These ranks are still used in the Indian Army and Pakistan Army. Although this rank is still used in the Indian Air Force and is considered to be a rank given to an airman who is senior to Leading Air Craftsman but junior to a air force cpl stand for responsible for all the team management of a squadron under it and work as an independent in charge of his section.

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