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* Captain Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Replaced Cole Taylor, but transfered back to ''Galactica'' by "[[Epiphanies]]")
 
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*[[List of terms (RDM)|List of terms in the Re-imagined Series]]
  
 
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"[[Wikipedia:Commander, Air Group|CAG]]" is a US Navy term that has gained widespread recognition through films such as Top Gun and television series such as JAG. While the term CAG is technically obsolete as Air Groups are now known as Air Wings, and the position has thus been renamed to "Commander, Air Wing" (CAW) it is nevertheless still used, especially on an informal level.
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*"[[Wikipedia:Commander, Air Group|CAG]]" is a US Navy term that has gained widespread recognition through films such as Top Gun and television series such as JAG. While the term CAG is technically obsolete as Air Groups are now known as Air Wings, and the position has thus been renamed to "Commander, Air Wing" (CAW) it is nevertheless still used, especially on an informal level.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:08, 27 November 2006

The Commander, Air Group (more commonly known as the CAG) is the senior pilot aboard a battlestar and is responsible for all flight operations. The rank normally held by the CAG is Captain.

Commander, Air Group battlestar Galactica

Commander, Air Group battlestar Pegasus

See Also

Notes

  • "CAG" is a US Navy term that has gained widespread recognition through films such as Top Gun and television series such as JAG. While the term CAG is technically obsolete as Air Groups are now known as Air Wings, and the position has thus been renamed to "Commander, Air Wing" (CAW) it is nevertheless still used, especially on an informal level.