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Post  wfrad on Thu 06 Oct 2011, 9:18 am

A very short survey on on-line translation, red text is the original Spanish text.
Spanish because it should be a relative straight forward translation, the theory behind that statement is the amount of English speaking tourists compressing the sands of Spain ever year and are incapable of speaking English (due to liquid refreshment) let alone speaking Spanish.
I didn't say it would be a logical survey.
A bit of fun that shows some of the variations in translation...
This link “ http://translate.google.com/?tr=f&hl=en ” will take you to a Google translation page for documents ,limited size but including pdf' translation, straight from your computer, maybe this will be of help...
Some of the free translators I tried tended to be alone the line of baylon, just one complete paragraph which tends to be frustrating to decode.
I'm not saying these are the best, just a starting point, anyway for the few who may not have tried any translation programs.


CAPITULO II
COLORES DISTINTIVOS, EMBLEMAS E INSIGNIAS
SECCION I
COLORES DISTINTIVOS
2001. Conceptos generales.
El personal militar usará, en los uniformes y lugares que corresponda, el color distintivo para Identificar
el arma, especialidad o servicio al que pertenezca.
Los Generales usarán, como color distintivo, el rojo grana.
2.002. Colores distintivos a usar por el personal militar del Cuerpo Comando.
a. Personal de Oficiales:
1) Armas:
a) Infantería: Verde
b) Caballería: Rojo grancé
c) Artillería: Rojo grana
d) Ingenieros: Negro
e) Comunicaciones: Azul gris
2) Especialidades:
a) Intendencia: Marrón
b) Arsenales: Azul eléctrico
c) Seguridad: Amarillo claro
d) Piloto de Ejército: Celeste


ImTranslator 4.5

CHAPTER II
DISTINCTIVE COLORS, EMBLEMS AND ENSIGNS
SECTION I
DISTINCTIVE COLORS
2001. General concepts.
The military personnel will use, in the uniforms and places that it corresponds, the distinctive color To identify
the weapon, speciality or service to which it belongs.
The Generals will use, as distinctive color, red cochineal.
2.002. Distinctive colors, to using for the military personnel of the Body, I Command.
a. Officials' personnel:
1) You arm:
a) Infantry: Green
b) Knighthood: Red grancé
c) Artillery: Red cochineal
d) Engineers: Black
e) Communications: Blue gray
2) Specialities:
a) Commissariat: Brown
b) Arsenals: Blue electrical
c) Security: Light yellow
d) Pilot of Army: Celestial

Google
CHAPTER II
Different colors, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA
SECTION I
DISTINCTIVE COLORS
2001. Background.
Military personnel use, on uniforms and appropriate places, the distinctive color to identify
the weapon, specialty or service to which it belongs.
Generals used as distinctive color, scarlet red.
2002. Distinctive colors to use for the military personnel of the Corps Command.
a. Staff Officers:
1) Weapons:
a) Infantry: Green
b) Cavalry: Red Grdfico
c) Artillery: scarlet red
d) Engineers: Black
e) Communications: Blue Gray
2) Specials:
a) Municipality: Brown
b) Stockpiles: Electric Blue
c) Safety: Light Yellow
d) Pilot Army: Celeste

babylon
CHAPTER II distinctive colors, emblems and insignia SECTION I distinctive colors 2001. General concepts. Military personnel being used, in the uniforms and places as are appropriate, the distinctive color to identify the weapon, specialty or service to which he belongs. The generals will, as distinctive color, red grana. 2,002 . Distinctive colors to use for the military personnel of the Body Command.

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