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Colonel is a military rank.
Colonel or Colonels may also refer to one of the following:
- Colonel (title), is conferred as an honor by some States in the United States of America and certain units of the Canadian Armed Forces.
- Kentucky Colonel, a non-military honorary title awarded by the State of Kentucky to recognize exemplary action(s) or activities by an individual
- An Auctioneer in the U.S. who has completed Auctioneer School and uses the title of Colonel to reflect their status
- Colonel-in-Chief, an honorary title of British and Commonwealth Regiments, often bestowed on members of the Royal Family
- "Colonel" is another name for French-Danish conceptual and format art artist Thierry Geoffroy
- Colonel, a 2000 Rick Shelley science fiction novel
- The Colonels, a 1986 novel by W. E. B. Griffin
- The Colonel, a short title for the book The Colonel: The Extraordinary Story of Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley by Alanna Nash
- Colonel was used as a nickname and self-promotion term for Col. Harland Sanders and for his fast food chain restaurants and as a reference to his recipe, "the Colonel's Recipe" from the early 1960s, he was recognized as a Kentucky Colonel in 1935.
- Colonel Abrams, a R&B and house musician
- Colonel Bogey March, a popular march written in 1914 by Lieutenant F. J. Ricketts for which many satirical lyrics have been written.
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