Rank Advancement Schedule

Below is a listing of all the ranks in Space Command and the number of credits needed to attain them. Good luck in your adventures in the far reaches!

Fleet Marshal (20,000 Credits): Individuals who obtain this rank are responsible for coordinating the whole of Space Command.


Major General (15,000 Credits):
This rank is the second highest in all of Space Command. Individuals who obtain this rank are responsible for aiding the Fleet Marshal administer the Space Command Fleets.

Brigadier General (12,000 Credits): At this rank, officers are able command entire fleets in Space Command!

Colonel (10,000 Credits): Officers at this rank command entire wings within Space Command Fleets.


Commander (9,000 Credits):
Commanders in Space Command are deemed worthy to command a Space Command vessel.

Lt. Commander (8,000 Credits): This rank often functions as a second in command for Space Command vessels.

Captain (7,000): Officers at this level often serve as department heads.


Lieutenant (6,000 Credits):
Officers at this level often perform the same duties as a Lieutenant J.G. but enjoy more seniority.

Lieutenant Junior Grade (5,000 Credits): Individuals at this rank are designated as a commissioned officer. Officers at this level are responsible for commanding enlisted personnel and carrying out the duties delegated to them by higher ranking officers.


Master Chief Petty Officer (4,000 Credits):
Non-coms at this level ensure the orders of officers are carried out.


Command Chief Petty Officer (3,000 Credits):
This is the second most senior non-comm rank responsible for supporting Master Chief in executing the orders of officers.

Chief Petty Officer (1,200): At this rank, non-comms begin overseeing many different minor duties.

Warrant Officer (600 Credits): This is the first rank as a non-commissioned officer. At this rank, non-comms begin taking charge of minor duties

Specialist First Class (320 Credits): This is the last enlisted rank and shares many of the same duties and responsibilities as a Specialist while enjoying more seniority.

Specialist (160 Credits): This enlisted person may be given more important tasks than those of a Specialist Basic.

Specialist Basic (80 Credits): This is the first rank achieved outside of the academy responsible for minor tasks.

Academy Ranks:

Cadet First Class (40 Credits): This is the last rank before graduating from the Academy!

  Cadet Second Class (20 Credits): This is the second to last cadet rank.


Cadet Third Class (10 Credits): This is the first promotion received as a cadets.

Cadet Fourth Class (5 Credits): This is the initial rank given to new officers who are affectionately referred to as “Plebes”. The initial 5 credits are received by signing up!

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