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ADMIRAL AN  ADMIRAL  IS  THE  SENIOR  RANKING  OFFICER  IN  THE  U.S. NAVY, BUT  HIS  TITLE  COMES  FROM  THE  NAME  GIVEN  THE SENIOR  RANKING  OFFICER  IN  THE  MOORISH  ARMY  OF  MANY YEARS AGO. A  MOORISH  CHIEF  WAS  AN  “EMIR”  AND  THE CHIEF  OF  ALL  CHIEFS  WAS  THE  “EMIR-AL.” OUR  ENGLISH WORD  IS  DERIVED  DIRECTLY  FROM  THE  MOORISH. Figure 9-1.-The origin of the term “admiral.” The  staff  corps  of  the  Navy  consists  of  the Medical  Service* following  nine  members,  listed  in  their  order  of precedence: Nurse Medical* Supply Chaplain Civil Engineer Judge   Advocate Dental U.S.  Navy  Band  (Musicians) *The  Medical  Corps  consists  of  physicians  and surgeons. The Medical Service Corps is made up of pharmacists, medics, administrative officers, medical  technologists,  and  so  forth. While commissioned officers of the staff corps General have the rights and privileges of their grades, they may  only  assume  command  in  their  own  corps. A  medical  officer,  for  example,  can  command 9-3

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