Your navy Rank!
Posted by: Yves JULIEN (IP Logged)
Date: 11/11/2006 01:08PM
Join Affordable Yachting’s Navy!
Here all your intellectual contribution will be noted. Work hard, work well and you will be promoted progressively. Do nothing and you will rot as Ship's Boy doomed to wash the bridge all day! None will become Admiral easily! Only the finest & the toughest can aspire one day commanding the all mighty Affordable Yachting’s Navy.
Your destiny is in your hand. Do as you must!
Officiers généraux - Flag Officers (4000-7000+)
Français : Amiral (am)
English: Admiral (Adm)
Français : Vice-amiral (vam)
English: Vice-Admiral (VAdm)
Français : Contre-amiral (cam)
English: Rear-Admiral (RAdm)
Français : Commodore (cmdre)
English: Commodore (Cmdre)
Officiers supérieurs - Senior Officers (2000-3999)
Français : Capitaine de vaisseau (capv)
English: Captain (Capt(N))
Français : Capitaine de frégate (capf)
English: Commander (Cdr)
Français : Capitaine de corvette (capc)
English: Lieutenant-Commander (LCdr)
Officiers subalternes - Junior Officers (1250-1999)
Français : Lieutenant de vaisseau (ltv)
English: Lieutenant (Lt(N))
Français : Enseigne de vaisseau de 1re classe (ens 1)
English: Sub-Lieutenant (SLt)
Français : Enseigne de vaisseau 2e classe (ens 2)
English: Acting Sub-Lieutenant (A/SLt)
Officiers subordonnés - Subordinate Officers (1000-1249)
Français : Aspirant de marine (aspm)
English: Naval Cadet (NCdt)
Militaires du rang - Non-Commissioned Members (0-999)
Français : Premier maître de 1re classe (pm 1)
English: Chief Petty Officer 1st class (CPO 1)
Français : Premier maître de 2e classe (pm 2)
English: Chief Petty Officer 2nd class (CPO 2)
Français : maître de 1re classe (m 1)
English: Petty Officer 1st class (PO 1)
Français : maître de 2e classe (m 2)
English: Petty Officer 2nd class (PO 2)
Français : Matelot-chef (matc)
English: Master Seaman (MS)
Français : Matelot de 1re classe (mat 1)
English: Leading Seaman (LS)
Français : Matelot de 2e classe (mat 2)
English: Able Seaman (AB)
Français : Matelot de 3e classe (mat 3)
English: Ordinary Seaman (OS)
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Français : Moussaillon
English: Ship's Boy
Edited 7 time(s). Last edit at 08/04/2008 12:28AM by Yves JULIEN.
Re: Naval Ranks--the true story (Comment or Suggestion)
Posted by: David Bakody (IP Logged)
Date: 02/24/2007 04:42PM
Admiral--- Leaps Tall Buildings with a single bound. Is more powerful than locomotive. Is faster than a speeding bullet. Walks on water. GIVES POLICY TO GOD
Captain---Leaps Short Buildings with a single bound. Is more powerful than a shunting engine. Is just as fast as a speeding bullet. Walks on water when it is calm. TALKS WITH GOD
Commander---Leaps Short Buildings with a running start. Is almost as powerful as a shunting engine. Is slower than a speeding bullet. Walks on water in indoor swimming pools. TALKS WITH GOD IF SPECIAL FORM IS PROVIDED
Lieutenant Commander---Barely clears little huts. Loses tug-a-war with shunting engine. Can fire a speeding bullet. IS OCCASIONALLY ADDRESSED BY GOD
Lieutenant---Makes high marks when trying to leap tall buildings. Is run over by shunting engines. Can sometimes handle a gun without inflicting self-injury. Dog paddles. TALK TO ANIMALS
Sub Lieutenant---Runs into buildings. Recognizes shunting engines two or three times. Is not issued with ammunition. Can stay afloat if instructed in Mae West. TALKS TO WALLS
Midshipman---Falls over doorstep when trying to enter a building. Says " Look at the CHOO-CHOO" Not allowed elastic for his slingshot. Plays in puddles. MUMBLES TO HIMSELF
Chief Petty Officer---Lifts buildings and walks under them. Kicks locomotives of the tracks. Catches in his teeth and eats them. Freezes water with a single glance. HE IS GOD!
Re: Your navy Rank! (Various - Pot-Pourri)
Posted by: Bfranchini (IP Logged)
Date: 09/22/2014 06:23PM
Navy schmevy... They are also Army and Air Force ranks When I was in the 22nd back in the 70s we had a telecommunication guy from the Navy. He seemed to have a lot of trouble walking and hated sleeping in the snow. Thanks to that idiot minister of National Defense Mr. Helier!
I remember that for a while they were calling Navy Captains Colonels, that didn't go down too well with our matelots! And it didn't last. in fact within a year of unification people started designing their own uniforms. The RCAF brought back the wedge and the Army the Beret. navy followed a few years later with a blue version of the uniform and the army by the 80s had brought back the Khakis, most of this stuff was sold at The Canex stores. Lots of fun, parades looked like a UN assembly of multicolored outfits
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