ⓘ Commodore (United States)
Commodore was an early title and later a rank in the United States Navy, United States Coast Guard and the Confederate States Navy. For over two centuries, the designation has been given varying levels of authority and formality.
Today it is not a specific rank, but it continues to be used as an honorary title in the U.S. Navy and the U.S. coast guard for those senior captains category O-6 in command of operational organizations composed of multiple independent subordinate naval units, for example, several independent vessels or aircraft squadrons.
- The Holden Commodore VS is an executive car which was produced by the Australian manufacturer Holden from 1995 to 1997 and 2000 for utility versions
- in the United States Navy has been named Commodore Perry. However, the United States Revenue Cutter Service, a precursor to the United States Coast Guard
- Commodore James Armstrong 17 January 1794 27 August 1868 was an officer in the United States Navy. Armstrong joined the United States Navy as a midshipman
- World of Commodore is an annual computer expo dedicated to Commodore computers. The shows were initially organized by Commodore Canada or its sister companies
- in the Canadian and United States educational markets, as well as European business uses. The PET formed the basis for Commodore s entire 8 - bit product
- was interested in incorporating a left - hand drive Commodore into the Buick lineup in the United States and became involved in the VT development cycle early
- assigned to the blockade of the waterways of the Confederate States of America. Commodore Jones - an armed, side - wheel ferry - was purchased at New York
- the United States of America to Japan. Since the opening of Japan by Commodore Matthew C. Perry, in 1854, the U.S. has maintained diplomatic relations
- nameplate. From 2013 to 2017 an improved version of the Commodore SS V sedan was exported to the United States badged as the Chevrolet SS an evolution of the
- The Commodore CBM - II series is a short - lived range of 8 - bit personal computers from Commodore Business Machines CBM released in 1982 and intended as
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