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Admiral was a military rank.

Named Admirals[]

Karen Brett was an admiral in the Earth Empire military during the Orion War in the 26th century. (AUDIO: Scorpius)

Greg Calloway was an admiral in the United States Navy. (AUDIO: The Macros)

Gaspard de Coligny was an admiral of France and a Huguenot. (TV: The Massacre)

Dolne was an admiral of the Metralubit military at the battle on Barclow. (PROSE: The Well-Mannered War)

Nadina Haunt was a leader in Earth's Anti-Terror Elite. (PROSE: Ten Little Aliens)

Collingwood and Horatio Nelson were British admirals who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. (PROSE: H.M.S. TARDIS)

Nyborg was an Earth Empire admiral. (PROSE: The Sorcerer's Apprentice)

Shian-Kotek commanded the spacecraft Empire Covenant. (PROSE: Monitor)

Isaac Summerfield II was an admiral in the Earth Empire's Spacefleet. (PROSE: Return of the Living Dad)

Vayle was an admiral of the Da Gama. (COMIC: Technical Hitch)

Villeneuve led the French fleet in the Battle of Trafalgar from his flagship the Bucentaure. (PROSE: H.M.S. TARDIS)

Admiral Charles Fisher was the First Sea Lord of the Royal Navy in the 2010s. (AUDIO: Eye of the Storm)

In 3909, after dying a hero's death saving Vega Station from being destroyed by the Cyberons, Captain Caldin Corrigan was posthumously made a honourary Admiral of the Vega Navy. (PROSE: Cybergeddon)