- For further information, you may refer to Israel Defense Forces ranks.
In the Israel Defense Forces, soldiers are promoted from private to corporal (Rav-turai or Rabat) after 7–10 months of service (7 for combatants, 8 for combat support and 10 for non-combatants), if they performed their duties appropriately during this time. Soldiers who take a commander's course, are prisoner instructors or practical engineers become corporals earlier. Corporals get a symbolic pay raise of 3.60 NIS and those who are also noncommissioned officers (mashak) are able to command privates in their respective units.
A corporal may be promoted to sergeant about 11 or 12 months after becoming a corporal, or to the rank of Second Lieutenant if they complete an officer's course.
|Israel Defense Forces ranks : נגדים חוגרים Hogrim - Enlisted|
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