Admiralty Order 1510-02

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Admiralty Order 1510-02 was issued October 13, 2015 by the First Lord of the Admiralty. It updates the minimum rank necessary in order to hold command of various ships and units within The Royal Manticoran Navy: The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, Inc.. This order supersedes Admiralty Order 1301-02.

Order Text

To: All Officers, Enlisted and Civilians in The Royal Manticoran Navy: The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, Inc.
From: Martin Lessem, KSK, GCE, KCR, DSO, GS, First Lord of the Admiralty, Admiral of the Fleet, Duke, New Scania
Re: Minimum Command Grade - UPDATED (Admiralty Order 1510-02)


This Order Replaces and Supplants Admiralty Order 1301-02.

This is a list, by rank, of the minimum Rank required to hold various Commands in the RMN.

RANK COMMAND TYPE NOTES
Chief Petty Officer Departmental Shift
Ensign Pinnace
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Ship Division
Lieutenant (Senior Grade) LAC
Lieutenant Commander Destroyer (DD)
Commander Light Cruiser (CL)
Captain (Junior Grade) Heavy Cruiser (CA)
Battle Cruiser (BC)
Dreadnaught (DN)
Super Dreadnaught (SD)
Super Dreadnaught-Pods (SD-P)
LAC Carrier (CLAC)
Task Element
Divisions
Captain Of The List Squadrons
Task Units
By Appointment Only
Commodore By Appointment Only
Rear Admiral Space Lord By Appointment Only
Vice Admiral By Appointment Only
Admiral By Appointment Only
Fleet Admiral First Space Lord By Appointment Only
Admiral of the Fleet The Fleet (TRMN) By Appointment Only

A Division of Larger Ships MAY have their Commander brevetted to the rank of Commodore.

A Squadron of Larger Ships MAY have their Commander brevetted to the rank of Rear Admiral

Ships in a geographical cluster of 2-4 hours driving time will be designated a Task Unit, regardless of ship types the senior Commanding Officer will be designed the Task Unit Leader, but Promotion or Brevet is neither guaranteed or required.

Ships in a geographical cluster of 4-6 Driving time will be designated a Task Detachment, regardless of ship types the senior Commanding Officer will be designed the Task Unit Leader, but Promotion or Brevet is neither guaranteed or required.

Ships in a geographical cluster of 6-9 Driving time will be designated a Task Group, regardless of ship types the senior Commanding Officer will be designed the Task Unit Leader, but Promotion or Brevet is neither guaranteed or required.

Ships in a geographical cluster of 9-12 Driving time will be designated a Task Force, regardless of ship types the senior Commanding Officer will be designed the Task Unit Leader, but Promotion or Brevet is neither guaranteed or required. There will be a limited number of Task Forces per Fleet, depending on its size, population and demographics.

This list will help with promotions to minimum acceptable Rank for positions, and it will also let us start slow and build. I will be presenting a breakdown of how each of these commands look in the next Admiralty Order.

In Honour of the Queen!

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Issued by:
Martin Lessem, KSK, GCE, KCR, DSO, GS
Admiral of the Fleet RMN
First Lord of the Admiralty
Duke, New Scania

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