Geneva Convention - Categories of Prisoners

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The Geneva Convention categorizes prisoners as follows:

Category I: Prisoners ranking below sergeants.
Category II: Sergeants and other non-commissioned officers, or prisoners of equivalent rank.
Category III: Warrant officers and commissioned officers below the rank of major or prisoners of equivalent rank.
Category IV: Majors, lieutenant-colonels, colonels or prisoners of equivalent rank.
Category V: General officers or prisoners of war of equivalent rank.

Are British WO1s and WO2s category II or III??
 
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FFS- PPrune have just finished calling you an Arsehole and so you come back here for more?

You are a sad insignificant wanker who should NEVER EVER be allowed to lead troops. But then again you don't do you?

What's wrong did you fail the entry to the ROTC??

MODS, could you cloak this Muppet please or at the very least O2 him?


(apologies to all other US Personnel reading this)
 

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DO NOT start this argument again Chief_Two. It was boring the first time, it was more boring the second time and we're not having it in this forum a third time.

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