Navy Captains typically command a single ship - typically a class larger than a frigate but smaller than a carrier. Navy Captains may also command a battlegroup or a small fleet if they are the senior-most officer present.
Captains are sometimes referred to informally as "Skipper" or "the Old Man."
Relation to Marine, Air Force, and Army CaptainEdit
The Marine Corps, Air Force, and Army rank of Captain is ranked three pay grades lower than a Navy Captain. Other than sharing a name and both being officer ranks, the two captain ranks are completely unrelated.
- ↑ In reference to the image: Halo: The Fall of Reach, page 161 -- "Commander Keyes opened the box. Inside were a pair of ... insignia: four bars and a single star."
- ↑ Halo: The Flood and Halo: Combat Evolved, Thom Shephard: "Aye aye sir. The skipper seems jumpy, we'd better get moving. We'll find you weapons later."