The ranks, in order, according to the hierarchy of the Peacekeepers:
Flag Officers Edit
Grand Chancellor Edit
The supreme commander of all Peacekeeper forces, there is only one Grand Chancellor who serves from Peacekeeper High Command.
Vice Chancellor Edit
Second-in-command, the vice chancellor takes over if the Grand Chancellor is killed or incapacitated.
Senior officer of a fleet, the commandant has authority to take control of full armadas and acts as a liaison between Peacekeeper High Command and their fleet. A commandant only reports to the chancellors.
Ranking slightly below commandant, admirals are senior fleet officers as well.
Senior Officers Edit
Senior fleet officers, ranked below admirals and commandants. Commanders are the most common officers in charge of entire fleets or bases.
Fleet officers, captains generally have control of command carriers. Captain is also used separately in special operations units, where the captain commands and elite squad or task force.
Commanding Officers Edit
Senior officers of ground combat units.
Senior Officer Edit
High ranking special forces officers.
Junior Commissioned Officer Edit
A fairly common junior rank, with levels of prestige within it. Lieutenants are direct subordinates of their captains. The rank is also used in special forces.
Sergeant is a specialized rank, existing only in special forces units.
A widely used rank, seen in all branches of Peacekeeper military service.
A rank that typically denotes that one is a highly respected cook or quartermaster for a military unit.
Miscellaneous Titles Edit
This is the official rank or title of an operative of the Peacekeeper Special Directorate who specializes in subterfuge and espionage.