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Just wondering why you had a colonel as an 0-7, and a Fleet admiral as an 0-10. (Vince 16:16, 15 December 2008 (UTC))
- I made a new note which should explain the situation a little better. As you know in TOS there has always been an O-7 (Commodore), but Commodore was never heared from again. But (besides the first season TNG which could as easily have been a costuming error) we never saw another O-7 on-screen in the later series too. And there is the issue with Colonel West from Star Trek VI. So the solution with the least errors would be O-7 was Commodore in TOS but was renamed Colonel afterwards (for some reason). West and Quinn simply have slight costuming errors. Besides, I recently watched Babylon 5 The Lost Tales and there Captain Lochley has been promoted to Colonel. --Maxwell Fawkes 16:29, 15 December 2008 (UTC)
Alright, I get it all except Col West. I don't understand why he has to be an O-7 and not an O-6. (Vince 16:32, 15 December 2008 (UTC))
- O-6 is Captain. Also he wears a starfleet flag officer's uniform. So he is starfleet and a flag officer. Since he cant be an Admiral, he is probably Commodore which is now renamed to Colonel. Could be because subsequent series dont say otherwise. His rank insignia is a costuming error then. --Maxwell Fawkes 17:59, 15 December 2008 (UTC)
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"File:Tng cwo1.png" -- Seeing as it is very doubtful that this image is canon, and was uploaded solely for use on your user page, then I must point you in the direction of our image use policy and remind you that MA is not a file respository for personal images. --Alan 15:38, 16 December 2008 (UTC)