Flag Officer[edit | edit source]

Grand Chancellor[edit | edit source]

The supreme commander of the Peacekeeper military, the Grand Chancellor heads all Peacekeeper forces. Likely based at Peacekeeper High Command or Peacekeeper Strategic Command.

Vice Chancellor[edit | edit source]

Subordinate only to the Grand Chancellor. The Vice Chancellor is expected to take command if the Grand Chancellor is incapacitated.

Commandant[edit | edit source]

Senior fleet officer and liaison between Peacekeeper High Council and the fleet. Commandants have the authority to take command of armadas. The rank is apparently high enough that a Commandant is required only to report to the Peacekeeper Chancellor and/or Council.

Admiral[edit | edit source]

Senior fleet officer.

Senior Commissioned Officer[edit | edit source]

Commander[edit | edit source]

Senior fleet officer, likely subordinate to Commandant. Relationship to admiral unknown. Able to command fleet armadas as well as military facilities such as Gammak Bases.

Captain[edit | edit source]

Fleet officer usually seen in command of capital ships such as command carriers. Rank is also used in special operations in command of elite commando squads.

Commanding Officer[edit | edit source]

Senior officers, seen used 500 years before modern times, possibly discontinued. In command of small ground forces. Possibly a title.

Senior Officer[edit | edit source]

High ranking special forces officer. Seen in command of Retrieval Squads.

Junior Commissioned Officer[edit | edit source]

Officer[edit | edit source]

Widely seen junior rank. Present in multiple branches and roles including pilots, ground forces, starship and base officer, and commandos.

Sub-Officer[edit | edit source]

Junior rank, subordinate to Officer. Seen in use 500 years before modern times, possibly a discontinued rank.

Lieutenant[edit | edit source]

Widely seen junior rank. Present in multiple branches in roles in Peacekeeper military. It is possible that like real-life military, this rank has multiple classes, such as the case of Lt. Teeg overruling Lt. Orn. Possibly a direct subordinate to captain, as seen in the promotion of Braca as well as Teeg's apparent status as Captain Crais' first officer.

Also used in special operations, commanding small groups of commandos or as first officer to a captain.

Sergeant[edit | edit source]

Special forces rank. Possibly non-commissioned officer.

Other[edit | edit source]

Disruptor[edit | edit source]

Title and/or rank given to an operative of the Peacekeeper Special Directorate. Highly trained individuals dealing in areas such as infiltration, assassination, and espionage. Status within the rest of the military is unclear.

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