The Turco-Egyptian ranks were the military ranks used by the Kingdom of Egypt from 1922 until the 1958. The names are Turco-Egyptian (i.e. derived from Ottoman Turkish and Arabic), and are derived at least in part from the preexisting military structure developed out of the reforms of Muhammad Ali Pasha; however, the design of the rank insignia was completely British. High ranks were only given to British officers where the Egypt was a client state of the UK.
The rank of Sirdar was given to the British Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Army.
|Commissioned Officer rank insignia of the Egyptian Army|
|Second Lieutenant||Lieutenant||Captain||Major||Lieutenant Colonel||Colonel||Brigadier||Major General||Lieutenant General||Colonel General||Field Marshal|
|(Arabic: ملازم ثاني)||(Arabic: ملازم أول)||(Arabic: يوزباشي)||(Arabic: صاغ)||(Arabic: بكباشي)||(Arabic: قائم مقام)||(Arabic: أميرألاي)||(Arabic: لواء)||(Arabic: فريق)||(Arabic: سردار)||(Arabic: مشير)|
|Mulazim Tani||Mulazim Awwal||Yuzpashi||Sagh||Bekpashi||Ka'im Makam||Amir-Alay||Liwa'||Fariq||Sirdar||Mushir|