RAF Other Ranks
The term used in the Royal Air Force to refer to all ranks below commissioned officer level is Other Ranks (ORs). It includes Warrant Officers, non-commissioned officers (NCOs), and airmen.
Read more about RAF Other Ranks: Ranks, Origins, Changes in 1939—Warrant Officers, Changes in 1946—Aircrew, Changes in 1950—Technicians and Aircrew, Changes in 1951—Junior Ranks, Changes in 1964—Technicians, Changes in 2005—phasing Out of Junior Technician, Introduction of Lance Corporal
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