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Positions

Commodore

The "title" for an officer in command of two or more vessels.

Captain

(CO) The senior-most commissioned rank. It is also used as a title for the commanding officer (CO) of a commissioned ship or station regardless of rank. Officers of Captain rank are addressed by name (eg. Captain Picard) to avoid confusion with a ship or station's commanding officer (ie. "the captain").

Executive Officer

(XO) The officer responsible for personnel, administration and logictics. It is the second-in-command of a ship or station.

Chief Operations Officer

(COO) The senior-most officer in charge of ship's day-to-day operations and coordination between departments. It is the third-in-command of a ship or station.

Duty Officer

(DO) An officer in charge of the Operations Centre (Ops). This is a title held by the officer in effective control of the Operations Centre. It may also be used to address the senior-most officer in any comparment (eg. Engineering Duty Officer, Hangar Duty Officer).

Chief Armorer

An officer in charge of storage and maintenance of service weapons and other munitions.

Conning Officer

(Conn) An officer in charge of the ship's course and position.

Communications Officer

An officer in charge of communications to and from a ship or station. It includes communications security.

Ship's Counselor

A medical professional in charge of the mental and emotional wellbeing of personnel. It includes all support and advocacy for personnel.

Chief Engineer

The senior-most officer in charge of the ship's power plant, computers, utilities, etc.

Federation Liaison Officer

(FLO) An officer accountable to the Federation Council as an observer. A liaison officer is independant of the ship or station commanding officer.

Flight Operations Officer

An officer in charge of the transport of personnel to and from a ship or station.

Intelligence Officer

An officer in charge of dissemination of intelligence product to the commanding officer and senior staff.

Officer of the Judge Advocate General

(JAG) An officer in charge of investigation and criminal prosecution of personnel.

Quartermaster

An officer in charge of procurement, manufacture and distribution of equipment.

Chief of Security

An officer in charge of regulation enforcement, security and force protection and combat training.

Chief Science Officer

The senior-most officer in charge of oversight of scientific personnel. It includes information support to personnel.

Marine Commanding Officer

(MCO) The senior-most officer in charge of the Marine Corps detachment aboard a ship or station. It includes oversight of combat flight operations, armed response, boarding, counter-boarding and security.

Chief Medical Officer

(CMO) An officer in charge of the health and wellbeing of a ship or station.

Navigation Officer

An officer in charge of the ship's course and safe navigation.

Tactical Officer

An officer in charge of tactical decision making and coordination and oversight of watchstander responsibilities.

Task Force Sergeant Major

A non-commissioned officer responsible for the discipline, morale, and welfare of all the marines in the task force. He coaches and mentors the younger non-commissioned officers and keeps order during daily operations. In combat, he ensures casualties are cared for and that aid and supplies reach their intended destination.

Traffic Control Officer

An officer in charge of ships in the proximity of and docking at a station.