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The [[Cardassian]] [[civilization]], like many [[humanoid]] cultures, use a hierarchy of [[rank]]s and [[title]]s in their [[military]]. While the Cardassian culture is extremely authority-driven, many of their ranks do not have direct translations outside of the [[Cardassian language]].
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:''The Cardassian ranks of "''[[gul]]''" and "''[[glinn]]''" were introduced in {{e|TNG|The Wounded}}, while "[[legate]]", the only [[English]]-translated rank, was introduced in {{e|DS9|The Maquis, Part II}}. Of the remaining non-[[canon]] ranks, "''[[gil]]''" was mentioned in the {{r|DS9|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual}}, "''[[gorr]]''" is from {{n|DS9|sub=Millennium|Inferno}}, and the rest are from {{n|TLE|sub={{st|Terok Nor}}|Day of the Vipers}}.''
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==Enlisted==
 
==Enlisted==
* [[gorr]]
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* ''[[gorr]]''
* [[garresh]]
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* ''[[garresh]]''
   
 
==Officer==
 
==Officer==
* [[gil]]
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* ''[[gil]]''
* [[glinn]]
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* ''[[glinn]]''
* [[dalin]]
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* ''[[dalin]]''
* [[dal]]
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* ''[[dal]]''
* [[gul]]
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* ''[[gul]]''
   
 
==Flag==
 
==Flag==
* [[jagul]]
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* ''[[jagul]]''
 
* [[legate]]
 
* [[legate]]
   

Revision as of 02:26, October 20, 2008

The Cardassian civilization, like many humanoid cultures, use a hierarchy of ranks and titles in their military. While the Cardassian culture is extremely authority-driven, many of their ranks do not have direct translations outside of the Cardassian language.

The Cardassian ranks of "gul" and "glinn" were introduced in TNG episode: "The Wounded", while "legate", the only English-translated rank, was introduced in DS9 episode: "The Maquis, Part II". Of the remaining non-canon ranks, "gil" was mentioned in the DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, "gorr" is from DS9 - Millennium novel: Inferno, and the rest are from TLE - Terok Nor novel: Day of the Vipers.

Enlisted

Officer

Flag

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