FLEET ROOSTER

Fifth Column Fleet Roster

UTAH’s FIFTH COLUMN

Stark, Carl

Agent 17

Stock, Chrystal

Stock, Dave

Ramausee

Dawn B.

T-Rex

Banks, Ishara

Stephanie

Martinovich, Klaudija

Dawn A.

Fredrik

Scott

  Joy

 Cher

              Alana
             Kehola                 Sara             Josephine              Gabriel
            Matthew                 John              Morgan             Tormod
           Tracy              Wil               Jeremy              James
        Michael L

OHIO’s FIFTH COLUMN

Blake

Michael

Cuoco, Lisa

John

Jayson Saffer

         Sheri Lynn Bell

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HONORED FRIENDS

Mickey Jones

Robert Englund

Duncan Regehr

Andrew Prine

Kenneth Johnson

Jane Badler

Michael Ironside

Greta Blackburn

Brienne Glyttov

Richard Herd

      Morena Baccarin      Mark Westmore
      Frank Ashmore

() means new member.


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Ranks

The following is an explanation of ranks, Members who are working and having fun earn ranks on the The Visitors Fifth Column. Listed here are the various ranks available, the abbreviation for that rank, and the insignia used to represent the rank. Ranks are used to give us the feel of an operating Mothership in the 21st Century. They are not to be abused in any way and any crewmember caught doing so can be removed from any position and rank. The Visitors Fifth Column may have changed the names of some ranks to better fit its organization.

These are the official ranks according to Brienne Glyttov, the designer for the Visitor’s uniforms.

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Arm Bands

 


Other Ranks and Positions

Civilian (Civ)

Crewman (Crw)

Shock Trooper (ST)

Shock Trooper 2nd Class (ST/2)

Shock Trooper 1st Class (ST/1)
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Departments

Command (Com)

Helm (Helm)

Medical (Med)

Operations (Ops)

Science (Sci)

Security (Sec)

V Fellow (Fel)

Requirements for Rank-Enlisted

Civilian (Age 14 and under) Crewman (Age 15 and older)

a) Attend 1 meetings (not if your out of state)

b) Meet the Staff (not if your out of state)

c) Turn in application

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Civilian or Crewman

a) Earn 15 Participation Pt.

b) Pass Oral Test#1 or 1 V Quest Course (Type 1)

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Civilian/Crewman to Cook or Tech.

a) Earn 15 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 15 Service Pt.

c) Pass Oral Test t#2 or 2 V Quest Courses

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Tech. to Title Unknown (Highest 15 or Younger Can Obtain.) Equivalent of a Security Supervisor rank.

a) Earn 15 Participation P.t

b) Earn 15 Service Pt.

c) Pass Oral Test#4

d) Pass 2 V Quest Courses and

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Tech. to Shock Trooper

a) Earn 20 Participation P.t

b) Earn 20 Service Pt.

c) Earn 20 Knowledge Pt.

d) Pass Oral Test#5

e) Pass 3 V Quest Courses.

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ST/2 to ST 1st Class

a) Earn 40 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 40 Service Pt.

c) Earn 40 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 40 Leadership Pt.

e) Take 2 V Quest Courses

f) Special Project – See Your XO for Ideas

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(ST/1) to Special Security or Security 2nd Class (Lowest rank for Dept. Chief position.)

a) Earn 50 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 50 Service Pt.

c) Earn 50 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 50 Leadership Pt.

e) Pass 4 V Quest Courses

f) Do a Special Project for the Command Staff or a fund raiser for the ship.

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S/2 to Security1st Class, or Title Unknown 2-Equivalent to a Ensign Rank.

a) Earn 70 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 70 Service Pt.

c) Earn 70Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 70 Leadership Pt.

e) Take 1 Special V Quest Course.

f) Do a Special Project for the Command Staff or a fund raiser for the ship

g) Take Academy Exam to become Ensign (Optional after items a through e has been completed)

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Requirements for Ranks-Officer

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Security Officer (Highest 16 or Younger Can Obtain. Any ranking officer Ensign-Commander may hold a security possition)

a) Take V officer test and score 49% or below. If higher see Ensign or Lieutenant.

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Ensign (Lowest rank required for Department Chief position.) (If  V officer Test 50-79%, automatically this rank.)

a) Earn 25 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 25 Service Pt.

c) Earn 25 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 25 Leadership Pt.

e) Pass 4 V Quest Courses.

f) Crew Evaluation with XO and SL

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Ensign to Lieutenant (If Officer Test 80%, automatically this rank.)

a) Earn 50 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 50 Service Pt.

c) Earn 50 Knowledge P.t

d) Earn 50 Leadership Pt.

e) Pass 5 V Quest Courses

f) Plan 1 ship activity * (Not needed for Line Officer)

g) Crew Evaluation with XO and SL

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Captain (If V officer Test 90% or better, automatically this rank.)

a) Earn 100 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 100 Service Pt.

c) Earn 100 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 100 Leadership Pt.

e) Read All V Novels.

f) Plan 1 ship activity & direct it. * (Not needed for Line Officer)

g) Attend 1 out of state Convention

h) Crew Evaluation with XO and SL

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Commander (If V officer Test 95% or better, automatically this rank.)

a) Earn 150 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 150 Service Pt.

c) Earn 150 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 150 Leadership Pt.

e) Plan 2 ship activities & direct 1. * (Not needed for Line Officer)

h) Attend 1 out of state Convention

g) Crew Evaluation with XO and SL

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Commander to Squadron Commander

a) Earn 200 Participation Pt.

b) Earn 200 Service Pt.

c) Earn 200 Knowledge Pt.

d) Earn 200 Leadership Pt.

e) Pass 6 V Quest Courses.

f) Attend 2nd out of state Convention

*g) Complete Command Project. See Command Staff for details.

*h) Plan 5 and Conduct 3 ships Activities

*i) Pass Commanders Test (80% or better) (After a – h are completed)

j) Command Evaluation with fifth Column Council

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(Squadron Commander or any Special Officer ranks such as Inspector General or Ambassador. The Supreme Commander sets requirements for these ranks).

Annonser

THE FIFTH COLUMN OFFICER

  Return to Crew Section.
The Fifth Column /Sweeden Mother Ship — Security.


VISITOR’S FIFTH COLUMN PERSONNEL FILES

Entry: Ling, Fredrik
Nickname: Wakri
Rank: Ensign
Species: Sirian Male
Age: 23
Height: 167 cm
Service #: 209-08
Eyes: Green/blue
Hair: Brown
Place of Birth Earth
Date of Birth: Year of our Leader 1988
Languages: Swedish, English, Spanish, and Sirian
Hobbies: N/A
Family: Parents killed in war. Wontu Kal-Jel
Service Record:
DATES RANK SHIP/LOCATION POSITION
1988-2003 Earth Civilian
2003-2005 Sirius IV N/A
2005-2008 Sirian Military Academy Student
2008-2009 Sweeden Mother Ship Shock Trooper
2009-2010 Sweeden Mother Ship Chief Centurion
2010-2011 Sweeden Mother Ship Jurisprudence Officer
2012-Present Sweeden Mother Ship Assistant IG
Decorations:
Tactical Unit citation, Weapons Accuracy citation.
Reprimands:
None.
Details before or after Earth: Freddie hatched on Earth in Sweden. Freddie spent a year on Sirius IV discovering his roots. He was very interested in the Ministry of Justice. His parents on Sirius IV were killed by Kzzizz soldiers and he was sent to live with his Wontu Kal-Jel.Crewman: He joined the Sirian Fleet at the age of 15 and was stationed on Mother Ship 22, in the Transport Department. After 18 month he requested to be transfered to the Security Department, but due lack of experience he was not successful. 6 month later, he applied again – he was successful.

Shock Trooper: Through his actions within the fleet, he seems to catch his superiors attention. He never refused to follow his orders though he sometimes felt that even if he was just following orders, he sometimes thought that some orders were sometimes inaccurate. The Supreme Leader was putting forth a task force to take control of a planet in the SOL system. Seemed the leader was very intent on getting this planet. Some members of the I.G.C. were sent to Monercerous, A huge staging area of 50 Mother Ships. Wakri was not sent to Monercerous till after the fleet had departed for Earth.

Security Guard: 2 weeks after his promotion he was contacted by a fellow crewmember. Little did he know that this man was a Fifth Columnist. Frederik was often terrified by all this unnecessary killing. He felt that if the enemy gave up so would this be treated as a prisoner of war, not being tortured for hours, days and even weeks and then just executed. This crewmember also had the same ideas. After 3 months of contact, though with care and in the most carefull way possible, he joined The Fifth Column.

But he was ordered never to take any covert actions without orders from the leaders of the Fifth Column. He agreed to this.

Chief Centurion: When the fleet arrived to Earth, Wakri decided to become an enlisted officer. To become this, he was required to take some Field Academy Studies ( F.A.S. ). Of course, he did just that and was awarded the rank of Chief Centurion.

Jurisprudence Officer: Wakri took some classes in Sirian Law, but after 1 year he found this job boring and decided to finally become an officer. Thanks to his many Field Academy Studies he was promoted to the rank of Ensign.

Ensign:

Additional details: Freddie is currently an acting Ensign at the Hangar Bay. He try’s not to kill the resistance fighters but its not easy. He has 100 troopers under his command. He is currently based at the Sweden Mothership.
Hail: Fredrik

TRESPASSER: SITE B

Austin Grossman Exclusive Interview!

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Austin Grossman, the writer of Trespasser, reminisces about the experience of creating the game in an exclusive interview conducted by me, Scallenger! Check it out right here, on TresCom’s hosted site about the John Hammond memoir, Jurassic Time.

Trespassing: Tech Demo released!

This is some hot stuff! s13n1 released a first Tech Demo to the amazing Trespassing Trespasser Total Conversion. The game is based on the Cry Engine and wows us with some amazing graphics. For installation, follow s13n1′s instructions on his own website. The tech demo requires the Cry Engine, which is available free of charge here.

Download the Tech-Demo

And now to you: In order to get as many people to play this, we’re in the need of a helpful quick & dirty installation instruction & screenshots. Are you up to the challenge?  Then add your contributions in the comments below.

 

*Update*

Community-member awesome24712 just posted these nifty installation instructions:

Did this work out for you? Have a helpful advice to other people downloading the beta? Please let us know in the comments below!

Richard Attenborough (John Hammond) Has Passed Away

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On August 24th, the incredibly talented Richard Attenborough passed away at 90 years old. Richard starred in numerous films in his career, and even directed some; winning Academy Awards. But at TresCom we all knew him best as John Hammond from the Jurassic Park films. He ended up reprising his role for Trespasser, recording over half an hour of dialogue for the game from a script by Austin Grossman. Anyone who has played Trespasser will remember his dialogue very well, popping up at precise moments to give players wonderful bits of backstory and even a hint or two. He also effortlessly made us feel for the character and understand him in a way the films never could. He truly made the experience feel authentic and enjoyable.

My site, Jurassic Time, which hosts an audiobook-like program of his Trespasser dialogue, has dedicated a new page to Richard Attenborough. It sheds some light on who he was, and how he will always be remembered. It includes some personal thoughts of my own. Keep his “lost” performance alive by spreading Jurassic Time with others.

Everyone here at TresCom are saddened by this loss. But he shall never be forgotten by any of us.

New fan patch – TresCE

Lee Arbuco, a new member on the forums, has been working on a new patch for Trespasser which adds in DirectX 9, OpenAL, improved compatibility on newer versions of Windows, increased stability, dinosaur activities that were removed from the retail game, and a whole lot of new and improved functions… the most beautiful change in my opinion is the water refraction. Here’s an example image of what the improved graphics look like:

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Users also note a doubling of FPS, with levels that retail Trespasser had severe stuttering issue now running smooth and crash free.

Current progress is focusing on adding support for levels using ActionTypes created by BigRed in the ATX patch.

Read the thread on the forum to download and see the list of new features:
http://www.trescomforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=10674

Satellite Image of Jurassic World Six Flags Set Found!

Jurassic World is the new Jurassic Park movie coming out next year, but so far TresCom has been rather silent on the whole thing, aside from the contents of the thread on the forums. Well, today I have something to share that I found myself and shared with a few other sites already, and those sites have already broken the news, but felt to share it on TresCom for those who want to see it here. I will warn you, what I found contains SPOILERS but will be an absolute treasure for recreating Jurassic World in Trespasser in the future, hence its relevance here. It’s the perfect reference image, the kind of thing you’ll only think you’ll see in dreams.

After going on a whim to see if one of the major satellite imagery companies managed to snag a shot of the set of Jurassic World on the parking lot of the abandoned Six Flags, New Orleans, I managed to stumble upon an image of the set from May 26, 2014 showing the set pretty much completed.

The image is hosted by TerraServer at this address: Spoiler-Image 1 Spoiler warning, though, as some features WILL spoil scenes from the movie.

Here’s a copy of the image from the preview page for high resolution downloads: Spoiler-Image 2

The Gaming Beaver “Let’s Play”

Let’s play have become a common thing on that space you know as the interwebs. A particularly nice one recently popped up in which “The Gaming Beaver” gives Trespasser another run for the money

I really love these, so if you happen to have a let’s play of your own – let us know in the comments below :)

Trespassing stuns us with a reshoot of the Trespasser demo

This is long overdue: s13n1 sent us an amazing set of screenshots from his recent work on the Trespasser Cry-Engine Total Conversion. AND.IT.LOOKS.STUNNING!

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Trespassing - Tech demo 3

Trespassing - Tech demo 4

Trespassing - Tech demo 5

I am honestly speechless how good everything looks with a modernized engine. The screenshots reimagine the infamous Trespasser demo that we have played for countless hours in the past. If you haven’t played the original demo just yet, make sure to grab the files here.

We really hope that we can lay our own hands on this baby, soon! In the meanwhile: who’s up for the challenge of finding the corresponding locations from the screenshots? Post your picture in the comments below.

Cracked.com takes on Trespasser

Poor Trespasser get’s hardly any love from the authors of cracked.com, who recently took it upon themselves to point out hilarious attempts at video game realism. As Cracked, one of our favorite time-wasters on the web, puts it:

Trespasser is a shooting game, but without cross hairs to help you aim and interact with the world, because even though those are staples of the genre, they’re just so silly and unrealistic. Instead, in what can only be described as the spiritual predecessor to QWOP, the game forces you to press several keys simultaneously in order to control the position and rotation of your arm and wris

You can read the full article  here.

Oh cracked, how can you stab us in the back like this… Either way: undeserving or rightfully on the list – let us know what you think! :)

Crichton’s Third ‘Jurassic Park’ Novel Discovered, ‘Jurassic World’ Canceled For Adaptation

In a surprise discovery, it has been revealed that Michael Crichton wrote a third, untitled, ‘Jurassic Park’ novel that was buried within his unpublished files and documents. Harper Collins, the publishers of his previous posthumous work ‘Pirate Latitudes’ and ‘Micro’, are currently doing final edits on the material to release the third novel by this fall.

“It is an unexpected treasure that words cannot describe,” a representative from Harper Collins said. “The files were unmarked, which was why we hadn’t discovered it until now. It is a breathtaking story that is probably one of the best Crichton had ever written. The way he continued the story is even more fresh than what he did for the other sequel, ‘The Lost World’. At the same time, it is the ultimate fan service.” Harper Collins was weary to share any more details at this time.

There is some bad news, however. Universal Studios released a statement in conjunction with Harper Collins that the next installment in the film series, ‘Jurassic World’, has been canceled in light of this discovery. Frank Marshall had some words for fans of the beloved film franchise.

“Due to the amazing discovery of a third ‘Jurassic’ novel from Crichton, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all production on ‘Jurassic World’ in order to make a faithful adaptation of this new material. The story is truly amazing, and better than anything we have ever come up with. Making our current production would contradict elements in the novel, making an adaptation of it unlikely to ever happen. We want to respect Crichton’s legacy this time, so we feel that putting in the extra time to go back square one will be the best choice. We are sorry to the fans and those involved in this current production for yet another delay again. But trust me when I say that the wait will be worth it. This new novel is incredible,” said Marshall.

There are bound to be mixed emotions with this news. Fans of the novels will be rejoicing, while fans of the films will probably throw their hands up in the air and no longer care what becomes of their favorite franchise ever again. The big question is: what plot does this new novel have that is so good to make an entire film production come to a halt to adapt it instead?

[APRIL FOOLS!]

JP Aftermath: Prototype Release

Wouldn’t you know it: Jurassic Park Trespasser, a fan-made reincarnation of Trespasser for the Unity Engine was released as a prototype, today!

Watch a first play-through by BestInSlot on youtube:

… and then head over to indiedb to grab the download package here!

DEPARTMENTS

ARTICLE III: Departments and Officers
SECTION ONE: Departments
The Fifth Column shall have the following departments:
Command, Operations, Helm, Sciences, Medical, Security, Resistance, and Schooling.
SECTION TWO: Departmental Responsibilities
A) Command: The Command Department is headed by the Supreme Commander. This Department
is responsible for overseeing all Fifth Column functions, except for individual chapter activities.
The Command Department shall oversee and advise all Fifth Column committees.
An XO shall typically handle the advisement and oversight function.
B) Operations: The Operations Department is headed by the Chief of Operations and shall
be responsible for maintaining the club’s master database, production of address book quarterly,
keeping files on all meetings which shall have minutes and attendance, as well as copies of all
papers distributed and all proposals submitted. Operations shall be responsible for reviewing
the ship’s constitution yearly and submitting efficiency report to the EC, recruitment, distributing
the ship’s new member materials, be the contact person in regard to missing or late fleet materials,
maintain a membership phone tree and e-mail directory. Ops will also act as an Internet Liaison for
Fifth Column members who do not have Internet access.
The Operations Department may also house a Security Sub- Department, headed by a Security
Coordinator. The following departments, Engineering and Communications are found within the
Operations department.

1) The Communications Department, headed by the Chief of Communications, shall be responsible
for coordinating all ship’s communications whether via e-mail, phone, or the US Postal Service.
Producing, copying and distributing six issues of the ship’s newsletter and institute a newsletter
exchange program with other chapters. 2) The Engineering Department, headed by the Chief of
Engineering, shall be responsible for archiving ship’s materials, producing and providing ship’s
graphics and maintaining blueprints and plans for the chapters. And help in the creation of
merchandise.
C) Helm: The Helm Department, headed by the Chief Helms Officer, shall be responsible for keeping
a running list of all Ships seen, used or mentioned in V. The members of the department are
encouraged to develop a knowledge of the shuttles used in V. This list will be made available
for the crew to help in research and study. The Conn Department is encouraged to find any and
all information about the actors.
D) Sciences: The Science Department, headed by the Chief Science Officer, shall be responsible
for maintaining the ship’s treasury, being the primary contact individuals in regard to business
affairs and contract negotiation and shall submit a financial statement to the Executive Committee
monthly.
E) The Medical Department, headed by the Chief Surgeon. The Medical Department shall be
responsible for Red Cross contact, setting up blood drives and coordinating first aid/CPR classes
and other cool medical stuff. This department is also in charge of greeting, get well, birthday and
holiday cards.
F) Security: The Security Department, headed by the Chief of Security, shall be in charge of the
Resistance- sub group is found within this department. Security will act as safety volunteers.
Keep an eye on ship activities and make sure that everyone is in a safe environment.
The Chief of Security will coordinate the volunteers. This includes having a member of the
Security Department act as a greeter for Ticonderoga Meetings. The Security Department will
also act as a support group to the other departments, providing manpower and other options.
The Security Department may be asked to aid in the security at conventions, ship activities,
etc. And will keep a running list of all weapons seen, used or mentioned in V. 2) The Resistance-
sub group is found within this department, It is for all the resistance fighters of earth, civilians,
and collaborators.
G) Schooling: The Academy, is headed by the Academy Directorate, shall be in charge of the
education and material for the Visitor’s Fifth Column fan club.

SECTION THREE: Department Chief’s
a) Each department shall have a Department Chief assigned to it by the CO in conjunction with the
EC, confirmed by the general crew.
b) Each Department Chief shall submit at least one report to the Supreme Commander on the 1st
Saturday of each of the following months: February, April, June, August, October, December detailing
what the department has been doing in the last months. Failure to submit this report will result in
the following:
1) 1st Time: Warning 2) 2nd Time: Documented Warning 2) 3rd Time: Conference with the CO and XO
3) 4th Time: Review before the Grievance Committee. c) Department Chiefs are responsible for the
completion of the department duties as described in the above
SECTION TWO. Failure to complete these duties will result in a review before the Grievance Committee.
d) Additional duties may be given to a Department Chief and/or their department by the Supreme
Commander and a simple majority of the EC
e) This section also pertains to Mother Ship Commanders who report once a month to the Supreme
Commander every 2nd Saturday of each of the following months: February, April, June, August,
October, December detailing what their chapter has been doing in the last months

SECTION FOUR: Assistant Department Chiefs
a) Each Department Chief can appoint an assistant to aid the Department Chief in carrying out his/her
responsibilities. b) The Assistant Department Chief is subject to all the requirements outlined in
ARTICLE TWO: SECTION THREE of this document. c) In the absence of the Department Chief, or in the
event of his/her death, inability or refusal to act, the Assistant Department Chief shall assume all
the duties and responsibilities of the Department Chief on an ACTING basis with vote status, until
such time that a new Department Chief is confirmed. d) An Assistant Department Chief can be
removed from office by the Department Chief or a simple majority of the EC for failure to perform
assigned responsibilities. e) The Department Chief shall be responsible for assigning
responsibilities to the Assistant Department Chief.
SECTION FIVE: ACTING Departmental Chiefs
Acting Department Chiefs are Department Chief’s who have not passed the “V” officers test yet,
or Assistant Department Chiefs who have taken over due to the death, resignation, or removal of
the Department Chief. Acting Department Chiefs are responsible for carrying out the above outlined
departmental responsibilities. Acting Department Chiefs do not hold a vote in the Executive
Committee. A member may only hold an Acting Departmental Chief position for a maximum of 6 months.

THE EMPIRE RANK SYSTEM

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Rank insignia of the Galactic Empire refers to badges of military rank which were used by officers of the Imperial Military. All officers in the Service wore one or another of these insignia.

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Officer ranks

In 0 BBY, Imperial officers of the Galactic Empire wore insignia consisting of a confusing collection of multi-colored rank squares on the left breast of the officer’s uniform with a combination of several metal cylinders to either side of the rank badge. By the next few years, the rank squares had become a much simpler collection of red and blue squares with the code cylinders still in use.

In the Galactic Civil War, most Imperial officers were verbally addressed as ”Commander” with the exception of Admirals, such as Admiral Kendal Ozzel and Piett who were addressed as ”Admiral”. It should be noted that ”commander” is an acceptable form of address for captains, majors, colonels, or anyone of any rank who commands a military unit. Grand Moff Tarkin was referred to as ”Governor”. With such generic terms, the Star Wars films give little hint to a system of ranks and insignia. Over the years, however, the Expanded Universe has established a system of ranks and insignia which matches closely to the characters and the ranks and authority which they most likely held.

Navy Rank Army Rank Version One Version Two
Grand Admiral Grand General OldMoff GrandAd
Grand Moff Grand Moff Moff1 Moff2
Moff Moff 115px Moff2
High Admiral Surface Marshal HighAdm2 HighAdm
Fleet Admiral High General OldFltAdm SWARSFLTADM
Admiral General OldAdm ImpAdmiral
Vice Admiral Lieutenant General ImpViceAdm2 ImpViceAdm
Rear Admiral Major General ImpRADM2 ImpRADM
Commodore Brigadier ImpBrigadier 75px
Captain of the Line High Colonel HighColonel LineCaptain
Captain Colonel ImpColonel ImpCaptain
Commander Lieutenant Colonel ImpLTCOL ImpCommander
Lieutenant Commander Major ImpMajor ImpLCDR
Lieutenant Captain ImpO-3 ImpLT
Sublieutenant Lieutenant Imp1Lt ImpLTsub
Ensign Second Lieutenant Imp2Lt ImpEnsign
Midshipman Officer Candidate MIDN MIDN

Enlisted ranks

Imperial enlisted personnel have never been shown to have any type of insignia, but do have various types of uniforms which could indicate seniority among the enlisted rank structure. The uniforms appear to range from Soldiers and Technicians, to Sergeants and Naval NCOs, as well as Warrant Officers and Command Sergeants. Each of these groups is shown in the feature films to have various types of uniforms but never have been shown wearing any type of identifying insignia.

Stormtroopers

Stormtroopers apparently use the same rank system as the Imperial Army, but rarely wear any type of outward insignia. It is mentioned that Stormtroopers most likely have an identification scanner, built into their helmets, which can determine the rank and seniority of other stormtroopers. This does not explain, however, the colored shoulder pads used by Stormtroopers on Tatooine. Also, in the Battle of Hoth, a stormtrooper is seen wearing the insignia of an Army Captain on his armor. It is assumed that such insignia display is for the benefit of non-stormtrooper personnel.

In the higher ranks of the Stormtroopers, it can be reasonably assumed that the senior Stormtrooper officers do not wear the Battle Armor on a regular basis, thus a different uniform, for the more casual ”office” setting, would most likely be worn. This explains a number of Imperial officers, seen in the feature films directing groups of Stormtroopers, who appear to be wearing solid black uniforms with rank badges. Such personnel are most likely Stormtrooper commanders whose daily duties do not necessitate the regular wearing of battle armor.

Starfighter Corps

The Imperial pilots of the Starfighter Corps are a subject of great debate. One school of thought is that such personnel are members of the Imperial Navy while another possibility exists that the starfighters comprise an entire separate branch of service. Several different literature sources have provided a feasible rank structure for the Starfighter Corps, with indications that Starfighter pilots are Imperial officers with ranks similar to the Army and Navy combined. No starfighter pilot has ever been seen wearing rank insignia but this may have been since the pilots were only seen in flight suits. It is plausible that a separate duty uniform exists, upon which rank insignia may be displayed.

A conjectural rank system for the Imperial Starfighter Corps is as follows

  • High Marshal (High Admiral)
  • Force Marshal (Fleet Admiral)
  • Chief Marshal (Admiral)
  • Marshall (Vice Admiral)
  • Vice Marshal (Rear Admiral)
  • Flight Commodore (Commodore)
  • Group Captain (Captain)
  • Wing Commander (Commander)
  • Squadron Leader (Lieutenant Commander)
  • Flight Lieutenant (Lieutenant)
  • Flying Officer (Sub-Lieutenant)
  • Pilot Officer (Ensign)
  • Flight Cadet (Midshipman)

Corresponding Imperial Navy rank listed as comparison

Imperial Security Bureau

Members of the Imperial Security Bureau, or the ”ISB”, have only been seen for a brief period of time, aboard the Death Star. A white uniformed ISB Colonel, Wullf Yularen, was in the Death Star conference room along with two ISB NCOs walking past the Death Star main elevator area. In both cases, the ISB personnel were shown to be wearing white uniforms with rank insignia corresponding to Imperial Army and Navy personnel. It is possible that the ISB uses the same insignia, with different rank titles, or that the ISB ranks are identical to those of the Imperial Army.

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Alternate versions

Rank Alternate Insignia
Officer Candidate OFFCDT
Lieutenant ImpLT2
Major ImpISBMajor
Colonel ImpColonel2
Commodore ImpCommodoreAlt
Major General ImpMajorGeneral
Rear Admiral ImpRearAdmiral
High Admiral ImpHighAdmiral

The insignia scheme devised in A New Hope created an interesting ambiguity in that a review of the film shows some Imperial characters who have apparently the same rank and position, yet display different versions of insignia. This problem recurs in the Star Wars Expanded Universe in that Imperial officers of the same rank wear different badges of office.

The possibility exists that such officers serve in different branches of the service or that the difference in insignia is a means to display seniority or some other badge of distinction. This has never been determined exactly, however, leaving the viewing audience to speculate.

The chart displayed to the right indicates alternate versions of Imperial insignia, when applying to the Version One method seen in A New Hope.

Additional info

In the film Return of the Jedi, a wardrobe problem undiscovered until midway through production resulted in all Imperial characters wearing the same insignia, being that of an Imperial Navy Commander. Thus, the Imperial insignia in Return of the Jedi are often ignored.

The rank of Grand Admiral was first mentioned in the Timothy Zahn novels and is considered the senior most rank of the entire Imperial Service. Grand Admirals, and their Imperial Army counterparts Grand Generals are authorized to wear white uniforms with gold shoulder boards, in addition to the standard badge of rank.

The Empire Strikes Back demonstrated that the Imperial Navy and Army, while using the same rank badges, differentiate between the two services by the spacing of the colored squares on the badge itself. Imperial Army officers use rank badges with thin rank squares on a grey metal frame, while Navy officers display flush rank squares with no spacing in-between. This method of separating the two services apparently did not apply to the rank insignia of A New Hope, since all Imperial personnel, both Army and Navy, appeared to wear the same style of rank badge.

The LucasArts Flight Simulator game Star Wars: TIE Fighter provides a much simpler version of Starfighter Ranks as listed below.

  • Grand Admiral
  • Admiral
  • Vice Admiral
  • General
  • Colonel
  • Major
  • Commander
  • Captain
  • Lieutenant
  • Flight Officer
  • Flight Cadet

Given that the flight simulator ranks appear overly simplified and combine Navy and Army titles indiscriminately, most Star Wars sources consider the TIE Fighter ranks to be contradictory and this rank system is generally ignored.

Insignia sources

The information displayed in this article indicates one possible sequence of insignia order based on several different Star Wars literature sources, conjectural information, and information seen in the feature films and other live entertainment productions.

Neither George Lucas or LucasArts has ever published an established insignia guide for either the Galactic Empire or the Rebel Alliance. In the case of the Empire, however, A New Hope seemed to establish a basic system that the more squares and code cylinders a character wore, the more important of a position they held. This idea carried over into The Empire Strikes Back, however in that film the higher ranking characters wore more rank squares but fewer code cylinders.

With the information provided in the feature films somewhat limited, the Expanded Universe has been left with the task of creating a rank and insignia system which holds to the information of the feature films and the additional information put forth in Star Wars literature and other film and televison productions. The following sources, therefore, were used in preparing this article.

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JAPANESE MILITARY RANKS

Military ranks and insignia of the Japan Self-Defense Forces

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Military of Japan
Flag of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.svg
Service branches Flag of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.svg Japan Ground Self-Defense Force
Naval Ensign of Japan.svg Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

Flag of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.svg Japan Air Self-Defense Force

Manpower
Military age 18 to 27 years of age
Available for
military service
27,003,112 males, age 18–49 (2005 est.),
26,153,482 females, age 18–49 (2005 est.)
Fit for
military service
22,234,663 males, age 18–49 (2005 est.),
21,494,947 females, age 18–49 (2005 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
683,147 males (2005 est.),
650,157 females (2005 est.)
Active personnel 239,000 (ranked 24th)
Expenditures
Budget $44.3 billion (2005)
Percent of GDP 1% (2004)

After the end of World War II in Asia following the surrender of Japan, the Imperial Japanese Army and Imperial Japanese Navy were dissolved by the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers during the occupation of Japan. The symbols below represent the ranks of the Japan Self-Defense Forces, the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force which have, since 1952, replaced the imperial military. The 1938–1945 Japanese military and naval ranks were phased out after World War II. The self-defense force breaks away from the Sino-centric tradition of non-branch-specified ranks, each SDF rank with respect to each service carries a distinct Japanese title, although equivalent titles in different branches are still similar, differing only in the use of the morphemes riku (ground) for the army ranks, kai (sea) for the naval ranks, and kuu (air) for the aviation ranks.

The pentagramic stars on some insignia represent cherry blossoms. Because Japanese soldiers take an oath to die to protect the lives and wealth of Japanese citizens, they have been compared to delicate cherry blossoms that break easily.

Ground self-defense force[edit]

Ranks are listed with the lower rank at right.

Officer & warrant officer
(幹部・准尉)
Insignia OF-9
General
(統合・陸上幕僚長
たる陸将)[1]
OF-8
Lieutenant
general
(陸将, rikushou)[2]
OF-7
Major
general

(陸将補, shouho)[3]
OF-5
Colonel
(1等陸佐, issa)
OF-4
Lieutenant
colonel
(2等陸佐, nisa)
OF-3
Major
(3等陸佐, sansa)
OF-2
Captain
(1等陸尉, ichi-i)
OF-1
First
lieutenant
(2等陸尉, ni-i)
OF-1
Second
lieutenant
(3等陸尉, san-i)
OR-9
Warrant
officer

(准陸尉, jun-i)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JGSDF General insignia (a).svg JGSDF Lieutenant General insignia (a).svg JGSDF Major General insignia (a).svg JGSDF Colonel insignia (a).svg JGSDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (a).svg JGSDF Major insignia (a).svg JGSDF Captain insignia (a).svg JGSDF First Lieutenant insignia (a).svg JGSDF Second Lieutenant insignia (a).svg JGSDF Warrant Officer insignia (a).svg
Type B
(乙階級章)
JGSDF General insignia (b).svg JGSDF Lieutenant General insignia (b).svg JGSDF Major General insignia (b).svg JGSDF Colonel insignia (b).svg JGSDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (b).svg JGSDF Major insignia (b).svg JGSDF Captain insignia (b).svg JGSDF First Lieutenant insignia (b).svg JGSDF Second Lieutenant insignia (b).svg JGSDF Warrant Officer insignia (b).svg
Miniature
(略章)
JGSDF General insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Lieutenant General insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Major General insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Colonel insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Major insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Captain insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF First Lieutenant insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Second Lieutenant insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Warrant Officer insignia (miniature).svg
Enlisted
(曹・士)
Insignia OR-8
Sergeant
major

(陸曹長)
OR-7
Master
sergeant

(1等陸曹)
OR-6
Sergeant
first
class

(2等陸曹)
OR-5
Sergeant
(3等陸曹)
OR-3
Leading
private

(陸士長)
OR-2
Private
first
class

(1等陸士)
OR-1
Private
(2等陸士)
OR-D
Self defence
official cadet
(自衛官候補生)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JGSDF Sergeant Major insignia (a).svg JGSDF Master Sergeant insignia (a).svg JGSDF Sergeant First Class insignia (a).svg JGSDF Sergeant insignia (a).svg JGSDF Leading Private insignia (a).svg JGSDF Private First Class insignia (a).svg JGSDF Private insignia (a).svg JGSDF self defence official cadet insignia (a).svg
Type B
(乙階級章)
JGSDF Sergeant Major insignia (b).svg JGSDF Master Sergeant insignia (b).svg JGSDF Sergeant First Class insignia (b).svg JGSDF Sergeant insignia (b).svg JGSDF Leading Private insignia (b).svg JGSDF Private First Class insignia (b).svg JGSDF Private insignia (b).svg JGSDF self defence official cadet insignia (b).svg
Miniature
(略章)
JGSDF Sergeant Major insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Master Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Sergeant First Class insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Leading Private insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Private First Class insignia (miniature).svg JGSDF Private insignia (miniature).svg No insignia

Maritime self-defense force[edit]

Ranks are listed with the lower rank at right.

Officer & warrant officer
(幹部・准尉)
Insignia OF-9
Admiral
(統合・海上幕僚長
たる海将)
OF-8
Vice
admiral
(海将)
OF-7
Rear
admiral
(海将補)
OF-5
Captain
(1等海佐)
OF-4
Commander
(2等海佐)
OF-3
Lieutenant
commander
(3等海佐)
OF-2
Lieutenant
(1等海尉)
OF-1
Lieutenant
Junior grade
(2等海尉)
OF-1
Ensign
(3等海尉)
OR-9
Warrant
officer

(准海尉)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JMSDF Admiral insignia (a).svg JMSDF Vice Admiral insignia (a).svg JMSDF Rear Admiral insignia (a).svg JMSDF Captain insignia (a).svg JMSDF Commander insignia (a).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Commander insignia (a).svg JMSDF Lieutenant insignia (a).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Junior Grade insignia (a).svg JMSDF Ensign insignia (a).svg JMSDF Warrant Officer insignia (a).svg
Type B
(乙階級章)
JMSDF Admiral insignia (b).svg JMSDF Vice Admiral insignia (b).svg JMSDF Rear Admiral insignia (b).svg JMSDF Captain insignia (b).svg JMSDF Commander insignia (b).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Commander insignia (b).svg JMSDF Lieutenant insignia (b).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Junior Grade insignia (b).svg JMSDF Ensign insignia (b).svg JMSDF Warrant Officer insignia (b).svg
Type C
(丙階級章)
JMSDF Admiral insignia (c).svg JMSDF Vice Admiral insignia (c).svg JMSDF Rear Admiral insignia (c).svg JMSDF Captain insignia (c).svg JMSDF Commander insignia (c).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Commander insignia (c).svg JMSDF Lieutenant insignia (c).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Junior Grade insignia (c).svg JMSDF Ensign insignia (c).svg JMSDF Warrant Officer insignia (c).svg
Miniature
(略章)
JMSDF Admiral insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Vice Admiral insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Rear Admiral insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Captain insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Commander insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Commander insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Lieutenant insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Lieutenant Junior Grade insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Ensign insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Warrant Officer insignia (miniature).svg
Enlisted
(曹・士)
Insignia OR-8
Chief
petty
officer

(海曹長)
OR-7
Petty
officer
first class

(1等海曹)
OR-6
Petty
officer
second class

(2等海曹)
OR-5
Petty
officer
third class

(3等海曹)
OR-3
Leading
seaman

(海士長)
OR-2
Seaman
(1等海士)
OR-1
Seaman
apprentice

(2等海士)
OR-D
Self defence
official cadet
(自衛官候補生)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JMSDF Chief Petty Officer insignia (a).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 1st Class insignia (a).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 2nd Class insignia (a).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 3rd Class insignia (a).svg JMSDF Leading Seaman insignia (a).svg JMSDF Seaman insignia (a).svg JMSDF Seaman Apprentice insignia (a).svg JMSDF self defence official cadet insignia (a)1.svg

JMSDF self defence official cadet insignia (a)2.svg

Type B
(乙階級章)
JMSDF Chief Petty Officer insignia (b).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 1st Class insignia (b).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 2nd Class insignia (b).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 3rd Class insignia (b).svg JMSDF Leading Seaman insignia (b).svg JMSDF Seaman insignia (b).svg JMSDF Seaman Apprentice insignia (b).svg JMSDF self defence official cadet insignia (b).svg
Type C
(丙階級章)
JMSDF Chief Petty Officer insignia (c).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 1st Class insignia (c).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 2nd Class insignia (c).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 3rd Class insignia (c).svg JMSDF Leading Seaman insignia (c).svg JMSDF Seaman insignia (c).svg JMSDF Seaman Apprentice insignia (c).svg No insignia
Miniature
(略章)
JMSDF Chief Petty Officer insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 1st Class insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 2nd Class insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Petty Officer 3rd Class insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Leading Seaman insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Seaman insignia (miniature).svg JMSDF Seaman Apprentice insignia (miniature).svg No insignia

Air self-defense force[edit]

Ranks are listed with the lower rank at right.

Officer & warrant officer
(幹部・准尉)
Insignia OF-9
General
(統合・航空幕僚長
たる空将)[1]
OF-8
Lieutenant
general
(空将)[2]
OF-7
Major
general
(空将補)[3]
OF-5
Colonel
(1等空佐)
OF-4
Lieutenant
colonel
(2等空佐)
OF-3
Major
(3等空佐)
OF-2
Captain
(1等空尉)
OF-1
First
lieutenant
(2等空尉)
OF-1
Second
lieutenant
(3等空尉)
OR-9
Warrant
officer

(准空尉)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JASDF General insignia (a).svg JASDF Lieutenant General insignia (a).svg JASDF Major General insignia (a).svg JASDF Colonel insignia (a).svg JASDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (a).svg JASDF Major insignia (a).svg JASDF Captain insignia (a).svg JASDF First Lieutenant insignia (a).svg JASDF Second Lieutenant insignia (a).svg JASDF Warrant Officer insignia (a).svg
Type B
(乙階級章)
JASDF General insignia (b).svg JASDF Lieutenant General insignia (b).svg JASDF Major General insignia (b).svg JASDF Colonel insignia (b).svg JASDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (b).svg JASDF Major insignia (b).svg JASDF Captain insignia (b).svg JASDF First Lieutenant insignia (b).svg JASDF Second Lieutenant insignia (b).svg JASDF Warrant Officer insignia (b).svg
Miniature
(略章)
JASDF General insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Lieutenant General insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Major General insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Colonel insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Lieutenant Colonel insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Major insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Captain insignia (miniature).svg JASDF First Lieutenant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Second Lieutenant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Warrant Officer insignia (miniature).svg
Enlisted
(曹・士)
Insignia OR-8
Senior
master
sergeant
(空曹長)
OR-7
Master
sergeant
(1等空曹)
OR-6
Technical
sergeant
(2等空曹)
OR-5
Staff
sergeant
(3等空曹)
OR-3
Airman
first class

(空士長)
OR-2
Airman
second class

(1等空士)
OR-1
Airman
third class

(2等空士)
OR-D
Self defence
official cadet
(自衛官候補生)
Type A
(甲階級章)
JASDF Senior Master Sergeant insignia (a).svg JASDF Master Sergeant insignia (a).svg JASDF Technical Sergeant insignia (a).svg JASDF Staff Sergeant insignia (a).svg JASDF Airman 1st Class insignia (a).svg JASDF Airman 2nd Class insignia (a).svg JASDF Airman 3rd Class insignia (a).svg JASDF self defence official cadet insignia (a)1.svg

JASDF self defence official cadet insignia (a)2.svg

Type B
(乙階級章)
JASDF Senior Master Sergeant insignia (b).svg JASDF Master Sergeant insignia (b).svg JASDF Technical Sergeant insignia (b).svg JASDF Staff Sergeant insignia (b).svg JASDF Airman 1st Class insignia (b).svg JASDF Airman 2nd Class insignia (b).svg JASDF Airman 3rd Class insignia (b).svg JASDF self defence official cadet insignia (b).svg
Miniature
(略章)
JASDF Senior Master Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Master Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Technical Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Staff Sergeant insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Airman 1st Class insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Airman 2nd Class insignia (miniature).svg JASDF Airman 3rd Class insignia (miniature).svg No insignia

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jump up to:a b Another disignation army general.
  2. ^ Jump up to:a b Another disignation divisional general.
  3. ^ Jump up to:a b Another disignation brigade general.

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