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Officers

Junior officer ranks are ensign, lieutenant junior grade, lieutenant senior grade and captain lieutenant.

Senior officer ranks are lieutenant commander, commander, captain and commodore.

Flag officer ranks are rear admiral, vice admiral, admiral, and fleet admiral.

Admirals Officers
Ranks in Korean Daejang
대장
Sangjang
상장
Chungjang
중장
Sojang
소장
Daejwa
대좌
Sangjwa
상좌
Jungjwa
중좌
Sojwa
소좌
Daewi
대위
Sangwi
상위
Jungwi
중위
Sowi
소위
Ranks Fleet Admiral Admiral Vice Admiral Rear Admiral Commodore Captain Commander Lieutenant Commander Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant (Senior Grade) Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Ensign

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