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Memory-beta

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Captain is a rank of officer in many naval services and space forces, most notably Earth Starfleet and its Federation counterpart. The title of captain is also used in a more general sense to refer to any individual, civilian or otherwise, who is the commanding officer of a ship.

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Naval captains

Captain is the most senior officer rank, a grade higher than a commander and a grade below either commodore or rear admiral in most rank structures, although some organizations will refer to a captain as a commodore in title only, to show the said captain's seniority over other captains. The Federation also once had a rank of vice commodore, falling below commodore but above captain, and a title of fleet captain that is considered to outrank a captain. The captain rank is roughly equivalent with the authority of a colonel of military forces, although some militaries have an unrelated rank of captain that is equivalent to a naval lieutenant. The Romulan Star Empire has two ranks, commander (rh'iov in the Romulan language) and legate, that are analogous to a captain's standing. In the Cardassian language, gul is a Cardassian officer rank title which, in translation to Federation Standard, is approximately equivalent to a captain. In Klingonese, a captain is referred to as HoD. (TOS novel: The Romulan Way; ST reference: Klingon for the Galactic Traveler)

Insignia

22nd century

Earth Starfleet pins.

In the Earth Starfleet uniforms of the 22nd century, captains wore pin insignia of four rectangular pips. Their service uniforms also had sleeve insignia of a two white bands with a division color-coded stripe between. (ENT episode: "These Are the Voyages...")

23rd century

2230s sleeve.
2250s sleeve.
Captain's 2260s sleeve.

By the era of the 23rd century, Federation Starfleet, captains' uniforms had a sleeve insignia of a two gold braids with a broken braid in between. A captain's dress uniform was similar to a commander's, with thick gold braid at the neck and closure, with added thin gold piping along the shoulder seam. (TOS episode: "Court Martial")

2270s epaulets.

In the early 2270s, captain's uniforms had the same sleeve insignia, and an epaulet that also bore two solid stripes and a broken stripe. (TOS comic: "Domain of the Dragon God!")

2270s-2350s pin.

In the uniforms of the 2280s, captains wore pin insignia with a three central bars attached to two command officer flag devices, above and below. (ST reference: Star Trek Encyclopedia)

24th century

24th century uniform pins.
24th century rank pins.

In the uniform insignia introduced in the mid-24th century, a captain wears four circular pips as their rank insignia. (TNG roleplay module: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual)

Positions and lists

Earth & Federation Starfleet

See: Starfleet captains

Klingon Defense Force

Romulan Mining Guild

Appendices

Connections

Enlisted ranks Commissioned ranks Flag ranks
Klingon Defense Force
naval & marine
ENL (bekk) PO/LDR (DevwI')

CPO/TROOP LDR (QaS-DevwI')

ENS (lagh) LT JG LT (Sogh) LT CMDR CMDR (la') CAPT (HoD) CDORE (totlh) ADM ('aj) FADM
ENL (mang)

LCPL

CPL (Da') SGT (bu')

SGT MAJ

LT JG LT (Sogh) CAPT MAJ LT COL COL BRIG ('ech) MAJ GEN GEN (Sa')
Earth SF CREW PO CPO

SCPO


MCPO

ENS LT CMDR CAPT

FCAPT


VICE CDORE

CDORE RADM/2ADM VADM/3ADM 4ADM FADM/5ADM

GADM

Starfleet & SFMC LT JG LT LT CMDR CDR CDORE

1ADM

PVT CPL SGT

MASTER SGT

2ND LT 1ST LT CAPT MAJOR LT COL COL BRIG GEN
US military
(& US Navy)
PVT CPL SGT

MASTER SGT

2ND LT 1ST LT CAPT MAJ LT COL COL BRIG GEN MAJ GEN LT GEN GEN
CREW PO CPO

SCPO


MCPO

ENS LT JG LT LT CMDR CMDR CAPT RADM LH RADM UH VADM ADM FADM
Vulcan Subaltern SLt Lt Maj SCdr Cpt
Cmdr
Min Admin
Andorian Lt Cdr Cpt Gen

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Muppet

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The Captain is a seafaring man in command of a ship in the Sesame Street song "Imagine That." A figure in Ernie's fervent imagination, the captain asks Ernie to take command during a massive gale. While Ernie is clad in a more contemporary fishing trawler outfit of slicker and rain hat, the captain and other crew members more closely resemble the romantic notion of 18th century buccaneers.

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EQ2

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Prefix Title earned by gaining +40,000 (Ally) faction with the Seafury Buccaneers in South Freeport.


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Final Fantasy

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Captain may refer to:

Etymology

A captain is traditionally a military rank corresponding to the command of a single company of soldiers.


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Guild Wars

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Captain

Classification
Species: Dwarf
Profession: Warrior Image:Warrior-icon.png
Level(s): 20

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General

Captain is a Dwarven warrior found in Spearhead Peak just outside of the Granite Citadel. He will lead the first group of Dwarves south for a short distance, engaging any enemies, before stopping.

Location

Skills used

Evaluation

Captain will start walking south before eventually beginning to run. The other Dwarves will continue to walk leaving Captain to overextend past their support and being killed by the Siege Ice Golems.

Notes

  • Captain and the two group of Dwarves will not always spawn. Sometimes they will be replaced with a group of Stone Summit and Siege Ice Golems.

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Halo

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Captain could refer to the following:

UNSC

Jiralhanae


This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. If an article link referred you here, you might want to go back and fix it to point directly to the intended page.

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Ice Hockey

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Jarome Iginla wears the "C" on his jersey as captain of the Calgary Flames.

In hockey, each team has a designated captain, who wears a "C" on his or her jersey.

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Responsibilities and importance

According to International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) and National Hockey League (NHL) rules, the only player allowed to speak with referees about rule interpretations is the captain, or, if the captain is not on the ice, an alternate captain.[1][2] Goaltenders may not be designated as captains or alternate captains because of the logistical challenges of having the goaltender relay rules discussions between referees and coaches and then return to the crease. The last NHL goaltender who served as team captain prior to this rule coming into effect was Bill Durnan of the Montreal Canadiens in the 1947-1948 season.

Although the rules do not specify any other distinction between the captain and his teammates, in North American professional hockey he has numerous responsibilities to the team. The captain is expected to be a locker room leader and is often considered the primary representative of his team to the public. The captain also represents the players' concerns to management and sometimes is responsible for organizing the team's social functions.

Captains are selected by team management; some teams hold a vote among the players to choose the team's captain. Captains are usually veteran players, though on occasion younger players are chosen. The selection is often seen as an important moment for a team, and one that can affect the team's (and newly appointed captain's) performance.

NHL teams need not designate the same player as captain from game to game, though most teams do. Some teams name two (co-captains) or three (tri-captains) captains for a season. Some teams rotate captains rather than keep one for an extended period of time. Note during each NHL game, only one player can officially be designated as captain.[2]

Alternate captains

Luc Robitaille, 2005: the "A" is also placed on the player's left, though sometimes on the right, like the captain

Teams may designate alternate captains, who are sometimes referred to erroneously as "assistant captains". Alternate captains wear the letter A on their jerseys in the same manner that team captains wear the C. In the NHL, teams may appoint two alternate captains if they have a captain, or they may appoint three alternate captains and no captain.[3] In the CHL, teams are allowed to have a captain with up to three alternate captains. International rules stipulate that "each team shall appoint a Captain and no more than two Alternate Captains."[1] When the captain is off the ice, any alternate captain on the ice is responsible for fulfilling the captain's official role as liaison to the referees.

Teams need not appoint the same players as alternate captains from game to game, though they generally do. NHL alternate captains perform many of the same leadership and team building roles as the captain.

Records

The youngest captain in NHL history is Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins, who became captain on May 31, 2007 at 19 years, 244 days.[4] Steve Yzerman served as the captain of the Detroit Red Wings for twenty seasons (1986-87 season to 2005-06 season), the longest term in the history of the NHL.[5]

Lists of current captains

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 International Ice Hockey Federation. IIHF Official Rules (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2007-10-20.
  2. 2.0 2.1 National Hockey League (2007). National Hockey League Official Rules (PDF). Triumph Books. Retrieved on 2007-10-20.
  3. Rule 14 Captain of Team. Retrieved on 2007-09-15.
  4. Molinari, Dave. "Crosby to be youngest team captain in NHL", Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 2007-05-31. Retrieved on 2007-09-15. 
  5. Steve Yzerman. NHL.com. Retrieved on 2007-09-16.

See also

Positions on the Hockey Rink
Forwards:
Left winger | Centre | Right winger
Defencemen:
Left defenceman | Right defenceman
Goaltender:
Goaltender
Power forward | Enforcer | Captain | Head coach | Referee & linesman

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Lostpedia

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This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Captain.
NOTE: If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.


Captain may refer to:


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Runescape

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Captain may refer to:

This is a disambiguation page, distinguishing subjects with similar names.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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ST Expanded

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This article deals with the Starfleet rank. For the rank "captain" in the Marines, see captain (marines).

Captain is the highest line-officer rank used in Earth Starfleet and Federation Starfleet, immediately superior commander. A captain may be a department head or commanding officer of a starship or starbase, an aide-de-camp or adjutant of a flag officer, or a fleet captain.

The commanding officer of a vessel is addressed as "captain" while on their ship, regardless of rank.

This rank is also used in the Imperial Klingon Fleet and the Klingon Defense Force and other star navies.

The rank is equivalent to the Marines rank of colonel, flight commander in the Federation Starfighter Corps, the Cardassian Union title of gul, the Ferengi quasi-military title of daimon, and the Romulan and pre-Federation Vulcan rank of commander.

HoD was the Klingon term for the rank of captain. (The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)

RIS Bouteina saw several HoDs: Golar was the captain of the IKV Naq'jej, while HoD Krug was the commanding officer of the IJN Eidolon.

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History

The term comes from the navies of Earth. The United States Navy abbreviation was CAPT.

Insignia

Starfleet insignia

22nd century 2230s AR 2250s 2250s 2265-2270s Early 2270s Late 2270s-2350s
Image:Earth Starfleet - CAPT (Command).png Image:2230s - CAPT (Command).png Image:Alternate 2250s - CAPT (Command).png Image:2250s - CAPT (Command).png Image:2265 - CAPT (Command).png Image:2270 - CAPT (Command) (Shoulder Board).png Image:2278 - CAPT (Command).png
Image:2270 - CAPT (Command) (Sleeve Stripe).png Image:2278 - CAPT Sleeve (Command).png
2350s-2360s 2360s-2370s 2373- 2390s 29th century
Image:2350 - CAPT (Command).png Image:2366 - CAPT (Command).png Image:2373 - CAPT (Command).png Image:2390s - CAPT (Command).png Image:2800 - CAPT (Command).png
Image:2366 - CAPT Alternate (Command).png

Other insignia

Klingon navy Vulcan
High Command
Kellarian Navy Lyran Starfleet
Image:Klingon Navy - CAPT.png Image:Vulcan - CAPT (High Command).png Image:KSDF - CAPT.png File:Lyran SE O-7.png

Starfleet captains

Enlisted personnel Non-commissioned officers Etc Officers Flag officers
Starfleet CR CA CN PO3 PO2 PO1 CPO SCPO MCPO
CMCPO
FMCPO
MCPOSF
WO
CDT
MID
REC
ENS LTJG LT LCDR CDR CAPT
FCAPT
CDRE
RDML
RADM VADM ADM FADM
CINC
Klingon
Defense Force
Ground troops Bekk Cpl Sgt MSgt SgtMaj 2nd Lt 1st Lt Capt
(HoH)
Maj LtCol Col Brig
('ech)
LtGen Gen
(Sa')
Navy PO2 PO1 CPO MCPO ENS LTJG LT
(Sogh)
LCDR CDR
(la')
CAPT
(HoD)
CDRE
(totlh)
VADM ADM
Vulcan High Command (unknown) SLT LT MAJ SCDR CDR CAPT Administrator
Kai Imperium TRN MNX IMUN LGN3 LGN2 LGN1 CLGN CEN SCEN PVT PRN OP TRB
VIC
PR PTR MST LEG IMP
Kellarian System
Defense Force
Navy CR CN PO2 PO1 CPO SCPO MCPO ENS LT SCDR CDR CAPT CDRE VADM ADM FADM
Ground Forces PVT PFC CPL SGT SSG MSG SGM SLT COL MGEN LGEN GEN CGEN
Lyran ranks CR CN PO2 PO1 CPO SCPO MCPO CDT ENS LTJG LT LCDR CDR CAPT
FCAPT
CDRE SCDRE VADM COUNT DUKE
KING

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Starwars

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The title or rank of captain was often used in military organizations and some civilian contexts, and typically indicated an individual with leadership responsibilities.

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Description

Surface forces

An Imperial Army captain leads his stormtroopers.

In ground-based military organizations, captains were typically company commanders, a role they served in both the GAR during the Clone Wars[1] and in the Imperial Army during the Galactic Civil War.[2] In the Imperial forces, they could also serve as support officers, adjutants and aides-de-camp at battalion level or above.[3] At least one officer, Captain-Supervisor Grammel, held a rank which apparently combined his military rank with the civilian bureaucratic title of Supervisor.[4]

Early in the Clone Wars, clone captains in the GAR were identified by red markings on their armor, while Imperial Army captains seem to have typically worn an insignia with three red pips over three blue, and one code cylinder at the left shoulder,[5] although it seems that in some situations, other variations were known: for instance, a Rebel source indicates that some Army captains aboard the Death Star may have worn a rank bar with a single strip of three pips, and one rank cylinder at either shoulder.[6]

Captains ranked above the lieutenants who commanded platoons, and below the majors who typically led battalions, in the GAR,[1] and also in the Imperial Army[7]. However, in at least some sections of the Imperial military, an extra grade of commander appeared immediately above captain,[5] denoted by an extra code cylinder at the right shoulder. In the GAR, on the other hand, variations on "commander" were used for all clone trooper ranks above major, but all ranks above captain, including major, seem to have worn the yellow rank flashes of a clone commander, and there was no direct evidence to exclude the possibility of a lower commander rank immediately above captain.

Other militaries were probably broadly similar in their positioning of captain within the chain of command, but the available evidence is not always specific.

Starfighter forces

A Rebel Army captain

Most starfighter corps followed army-style systems in their rank structure, but this did not always translate into giving officers of the same rank similar responsibilities. In the Imperial military and some early New Republic formations, a captain like Soontir Fel or Pash Cracken often led a squadron of twelve starfighters,[8] but by the outbreak of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, a mere flight of four fighters in New Republic Starfighter Command could be commanded by a higher-ranking Major, and captains could serve as merely mid-ranking flight officers with no command responsibility.[9]

Naval forces

In naval terminology, "captain" could be a specific rank, but also a title held irrespective of rank. Any military officer with a specific commission to command a capital ship might be styled as captain.

Within the chain of command, a specific rank of captain was found in most naval forces, although the exact significance of the rank varied.

In many naval services, the rank of captain indicated a command-grade officer analogous to an army colonel, above commander but below commodore; this was the situation in the Galactic Alliance, and Chiss Expansionary Defense Force,[10] and probably in the Old Republic, Rebel Alliance and New Republic before them. Typically, officers holding the rank of captain would hold the command of a single warship, but some captains were responsible for entire squadrons of capital ships, and not all warships were commanded by officers holding the substantive rank of captain.

For example, in the last years of the Old Republic, Lorth Needa commanded the Carrack-class light cruiser, RSS Integrity as a Lieutenant Commander,[11] while the six Dreadnaught Cruisers of Outbound Flight were each under a commander, with a single captain in overall command.[12] Similarly, it seems that the captain in command of the Rendili Home Defense Fleet's flagship was a senior officer with extensive command authority.[13] Occasionally, a captain could serve in a subordinate role: for instance, Captain Theb Tobbra was first officer of the New Republic heavy cruiser Indomitable during the Koornacht Crisis,[14] with Commodore Brand apparently serving as the ship's captain,[15] although he was also overall commander of Task Force Aster.[16]

An Imperial naval captain.

In the Imperial Navy, a rank of Captain of the Line existed, which was typically held by officers commanding a line, a formation that normally consisted of around four ships but could range in reality from one to twenty, depending on size and role;[17] the rank was also typically held by admirals' adjutants.[18] This was separate from the title of captain held by the commanding officer of any individual ship,[19] but it may still have corresponded to the traditional rank of captain.

There was a great deal of prestige attached to the post of ship's captain in the Imperial fleet, and the ethos of the Navy honored men who prized and cultivated their relationship with a specific ship: captains might often refuse promotions to administrative posts, or even turn down the command of larger and more capable warships.[19]

Civilian use

Civilians in command of a private vessel, even a light freighter such as the Millennium Falcon, were also addressed as "captain."[20]

From the early days of the Galactic Republic, the Bureau of Ships and Services, or "BoSS," was responsible for the licensing, certification, and registration of starship captains. In order to be licensed, a civilian captain during the Imperial era needed to pass numerous oral, written, and practical tests. They also needed a standard background check, documentation of at least ten years as a spacer, and a 300 credit fee. The fee was increased to 500 credits to expedite licensing, which eliminated much of the testing and flight time requirements. Many smugglers operated with forged documents, however, which cost thousands of credits but avoided other legal entanglements.[21]

Captain's licenses were required to legally buy a starship, obtain an arms load-out permit for a starship, or obtain copies of the Spacer's Information Manual from the Imperial Space Ministry. Operating a starship without a captain's license was a Class Four Infraction under the Imperial Penal Code.[21]

Appearances

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  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 0: Crossroads (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • Star Wars: Starfighter
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace junior novel
  • Jedi Quest: The Master of Disguise
  • Outbound Flight
  • Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter
  • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones junior novel
  • The Clone Wars: Shadowed
  • The Dreadnaughts of Rendili
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith novel
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith junior novel
  • "Mist Encounter" - Star Wars Adventure Journal 7
  • Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows
  • The Last of the Jedi: Master of Deception
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope junior novel
  • Allegiance (novel)
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike
  • Star Wars Missions 10: Showdown in Mos Eisley
  • Star Wars Empire: To the Last Man
  • Splinter of the Mind's Eye
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back junior novel
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi junior novel
  •  "Peril in the Ionosphere" - Star Wars Gamer 1
  • X-wing Rogue Squadron 25: The Making of Baron Fel
  • X-wing: Rogue Squadron
  • X-wing: Wedge's Gamble
  • X-wing: The Krytos Trap
  • X-wing: The Bacta War
  • X-wing: Wraith Squadron'
  • X-wing: Iron Fist
  • X-wing: Solo Command
  • Heir to the Empire
  • Dark Force Rising
  • The Last Command
  • X-wing: Isard's Revenge
  • I Jedi
  • Tyrant's Test
  • Young Jedi Knights: Diversity Alliance
  • Dark Tide: Onslaught
  • The Swarm War
  • Star Wars Legacy 42: Divided Loyalties

Non-canonical appearances

  • LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
  • LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

Sources

External links

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Guide to the Grand Army of the Republic
  2. Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) p. 85
  3. Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) pp. 90-91
  4. Splinter of the Mind's Eye
  5. 5.0 5.1 To the Last Man
  6. Death Star Technical Companion, p. 79
  7. Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) pp. 85, 90
  8. Wedge's Gamble, The Making of Baron Fel
  9. Dark Tide: Onslaught, pp. 60, 122-3
  10. Dark Nest III: The Swarm War, p. 212
  11. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (novel; hardcover edition), p. 97
  12. Outbound Flight, pp. 192-3, 220
  13. The Dreadnaughts of Rendili
  14. Tyrant's Test, p. 199
  15. Tyrant's Test, p. 193
  16. Shield of Lies
  17. Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) p. 101
  18. Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) p. 103
  19. 19.0 19.1 Imperial Sourcebook (1st ed.) pp. 100-101
  20. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  21. 21.0 21.1 Platt's Smugglers Guide

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SWG Wiki

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Description

There are six total lessons over 24 total levels for the Captain:

  • Officer Expertise I -- Levels 46-49
    An officer's greatest strength is in the troops they command. Calling in artillery fire can quickly turn the tide of battle.
  • Officer Expertise II -- Levels 50-53
    Issued only to Officers, the white phosporus grenade causes havoc on the battlefield and must be used with great care.
  • Officer Expertise III -- Levels 54-57
    Learning to concentrate your fire at a specific target will increase your effectiveness.
  • Officer Expertise IV -- Levels 58-61
    Dire times breeds heroes. An Officer who sacrifices themselves to save their comrades will always be remembered.
  • Officer Expertise V -- Levels 62-65
    Expertise and rank give you access to new equipment, the Deuterium Bomb is the potent new weapons in your arsenal.
  • Officer Expertise VI -- Levels 66-69
    Indirect fire can suprise an opponent doing more damage than a direct assault. Proper use of your Volley Fire tactics will be devastating.

After passing the sixth lesson and 69th level, the Captain may then work toward the Commander rank.


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City of Heroes

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From City of Heroes Wiki

Image:V badge Level40Badge.png

Description

Arachnos has awarded you the Captain Badge for reaching Level 40.

Accolade

35.4375px Megalomaniac Badge        

See Also

External Links

  • Captain Badge at City Info Tracker
  • Captain Badge at Badge-Hunter.com

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