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  • The Fleet Commander is a senior Royal Navy post, responsible for the operation, resourcing and training of the ships, submarines and aircraft, and personnel, of the Naval Service. They provides ships, submarines and aircraft ready for operations and is based at Navy Command Headquarters. The British Army equivalent is Commander Land Forces. There is no direct equivalent in the Royal Air Force as leadership of Headquarters Air Command is vested in the Chief of the Air Staff.
  • Fleet Commander was a special Rank and Title within the Templars of Twilight and Templar Navy. The Rank was available only to high ranking Templars, Gin Shishous or members of the Council of Twilight. The individual who held the title of Fleet Commander was in command of all Naval Forces, Ships, Starfighters, and Personnel. They were able to override commands from anyone including a Fleet Admiral. The Fleet Commander was a Member of the Military Council the three individuals who short of the Twilight Council as a whole, made the Military Decisions for the Templars.
  • Permanent rank: Possible Rear Admiral to Admiral. Temporary rank: First Escort Fleet Commander First appearance Chapter 92 Chapter 103 No information No information No information
  • Culled from the best recruits in the galaxy, fleet commanders were trained at one of the Imperial military academies located throughout the Core Worlds. Or in the Rebellion's case, they were trained at one of the Imperial academies and later defected or came from elsewhere and were promoted. They usually had their own flagship, which was typically the most powerful warship in the fleets which they were part of. Fleet Commanders were often targets of assassins and bounty hunters hired by the enemy.
  • Fleet commander was a position in the Vulcan and Klingon militaries, in charge of overseeing fleets on the front lines. Vulcan fleet commanders reported directly to the Vulcan High Command. In 2154, Minister Kuvak contacted the fleet commander in order to withdraw the Vulcan ships in the Battle of Andoria. (ENT: "Kir'Shara") By 2367, Lursa and Betor had the loyalty of at least three Klingon fleet commanders, according to Gowron, who attributed it to fear. (TNG: "Redemption" )
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  • Permanent rank: Possible Rear Admiral to Admiral.
  • Temporary rank: First Escort Fleet Commander
  • Commissioned Officer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.
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  • Flottenkommandant
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  • *Tera Byssta *Eruk Byssta *Vincent Mikaru II
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  • Fleet Commander
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  • Comandante de flota
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  • Culled from the best recruits in the galaxy, fleet commanders were trained at one of the Imperial military academies located throughout the Core Worlds. Or in the Rebellion's case, they were trained at one of the Imperial academies and later defected or came from elsewhere and were promoted. They usually had their own flagship, which was typically the most powerful warship in the fleets which they were part of. Fleet Commanders were often targets of assassins and bounty hunters hired by the enemy. In the Rebel assault on Kamino, Touler served as the Imperial fleet commander. During the Battle of Endor, Gherant served aboard the Super Star Destroyer Executor as the Fleet Commander of the massive Imperial armada assigned to protect the second Death Star.
  • The Fleet Commander is a senior Royal Navy post, responsible for the operation, resourcing and training of the ships, submarines and aircraft, and personnel, of the Naval Service. They provides ships, submarines and aircraft ready for operations and is based at Navy Command Headquarters. The British Army equivalent is Commander Land Forces. There is no direct equivalent in the Royal Air Force as leadership of Headquarters Air Command is vested in the Chief of the Air Staff.
  • Fleet commander was a position in the Vulcan and Klingon militaries, in charge of overseeing fleets on the front lines. Vulcan fleet commanders reported directly to the Vulcan High Command. In 2154, Minister Kuvak contacted the fleet commander in order to withdraw the Vulcan ships in the Battle of Andoria. (ENT: "Kir'Shara") By 2367, Lursa and Betor had the loyalty of at least three Klingon fleet commanders, according to Gowron, who attributed it to fear. (TNG: "Redemption" ) Fleet commander is presumably equivalent to a fleet captain or a fleet admiral. A deleted scene from Star Trek Nemesis revealed that Romulans also had fleet commanders. The scene was set shortly after Shinzon's coup, and discussed how the fleet commanders were getting nervous at being in the dark.
  • Permanent rank: Possible Rear Admiral to Admiral. Temporary rank: First Escort Fleet Commander First appearance Chapter 92 Chapter 103 No information No information No information The Commanding Admiral of the First Escort Fleet, he was in charge of delivering the fleet's vector-based attack craft for use against the conspirators at the island stronghold, to recover information about the Diclonius virus being unleashed by its insane leader. He was a career officer, told little about the threat and its nature, other than that it was dire, and that he was among millions infected with the Diclonius virus. He was bothered by the presence of the arrogant intelligence operatives aboard his command, who killed one of his men and ordered the Commander be bound and gagged at one point. The JSDF lost the First Escort Fleet and much of its air support en route to and from the island. After freeing himself and overpowering the second operative, the Commander met his fate along with the rest of his crew via a tidal wave created by Lucy's anger when Kouta was accidentally shot and wounded by Kurama. The Commander's presence and storyline show how regular military officers were eventually dragged into the Diclonius conflict, and treated as only slightly less disposable than contract security or special forces. In the former case, it was to serve the agenda of Chief Kakuzawa. In this case, it was in the name of keeping quiet the Japanese government's prior involvement in supporting the Chief. The irritation of the Fleet Commander towards the vague and deceptive nature of his charges was probably not the last felt by a Japanese military officer in this conflict.
  • Fleet Commander was a special Rank and Title within the Templars of Twilight and Templar Navy. The Rank was available only to high ranking Templars, Gin Shishous or members of the Council of Twilight. The individual who held the title of Fleet Commander was in command of all Naval Forces, Ships, Starfighters, and Personnel. They were able to override commands from anyone including a Fleet Admiral. The Fleet Commander was a Member of the Military Council the three individuals who short of the Twilight Council as a whole, made the Military Decisions for the Templars.
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