Post by alex on Oct 26, 2009 22:36:49 GMT -8
The overall commander of the vessel. Is in charge of all people on board and ultimately is held responsible for all the crewsâ€™ actions. Engineering reports directly to the Captain and has no chief.
The second in command. Reports to the captain and assists him or her in their duties. They have no assigned tasks and are given orders and tasks by their captain.
In charge of representing the Alliance in diplomatic matters.
In charge of navigation, plotting routes, mapping the ships location and keeping a navigation log.
The Weapons Master is in charge of all weapons on board the ship. This includes the turrets, cannons and personal weapons on the ship. This person also trains the crew with these weapons.
In charge of the radar system that uses sound and wind monitoring devices to track movement of ships, enemy forces and related activities.
In charge of a communications log, transmitting messages via Morris Code, communicating with allied ship and the crew via the PA system.
In charge of the wellbeing of the crew and their medical treatment. Supervises all the medical staff as well as combat medics, cooks and crew support personnel.
Manages the security of the ship. Is in charge of also briefing the pilots for an assault, he or she runs the security the department as well
In charge of the boarding parties and firing squads on board the ship as well as training them and leading assaults on enemy ships or facilities. They must also gather intelligence on the enemy to assist in planning for an attack.