Commander, a person who holds a position of authority or command. The rank of commander in the U.S.
Privateer, a privately owned armed vessel commissioned in former times by a warring nation to seize enemy ships. See more »
Quartermaster, a term applied to certain officers in both the army and navy. See more »
Rank, Military or Naval, the grade held by members of the armed services, which indicates their official standing. See more »
Sergeant, an army, air force, or marine noncommissioned officer ranking above a corporal; also a police officer ranking above a patrolman but below a lieutenant. See more »
Sergeant at Arms, the officer of an organization who preserves order during its meetings. See more »
Warrant Officer, a military and naval rank. In the United States armed forces, a warrant officer ranks between the lowest commissioned officer and the highest noncommissioned officer. See more »