(YI) [after name of rank in air force ]

English translation: Υγειονομικός Ιατρός

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Greek term or phrase:(YI) [after name of rank in air force ]
English translation:Υγειονομικός Ιατρός

15:46 Sep 28, 2017
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Greek to English translations [PRO]
Military / Defense
Greek term or phrase: (YI) [after name of rank in air force ]
The rank that appears after the name of a doctor based at an Air Force Hospital ( https://www.haf.gr/structure/gea/251gna/ ) is:

Σμήναρχος (YI)

What is YI? Something Ιατρικης ???

Thanks for any suggestions
Andreas THEODOROU
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Υγειονομικός Ιατρός
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4 +1Υγειονομικός Ιατρός
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Υγειονομικός Ιατρός


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Dave Bindon
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agree  D. Harvatis: The official explanation is "Υγειονομικού Ιατρός", i.e. an officer who became a doctor through the Army's Medical Corps and not as a civilian.
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