The High Command roster is currently accessible at http://www.empirereborn.net/hc.php
High Command constitutes the chief commanding body of The Galactic
Empire... To understand how it factors into the GE's structure, note that it
is not a unit such as a ship or squadron, and nor is it a true "major
section" of the Empire such as the Imperial Navy or Academy. It is, in
effect, a convenient collective name for the officers who are chief
authorities over entire sections of The Galactic Empire or its operations.
Each High Command member is typically the last officer in the chain of
command who may be approached with a specific type of question or concern before
contacting the Supreme Commander... Inherently, this
means that although they collaborate on specific projects or issues, their
routine functions are highly autonomous, and not necessarily related to each
other beyond the fact that each reports directly to the
It is also a very typical misconception to assume that "all High
Command members are automatically superior to all non-members"... As put down in
'GE Structure', one's overall seniority within
the Empire is determined by their rank, not position. However, positions
do give their holders jurisdiction in their areas, and those of High Command
are no exception.
High Command is divided into several segments, each containing several
positions... Its organisational chart is below. Please click on
individual High Command titles for in-depth position descriptions.
IMPERIAL INNER CIRCLE
Core Commanders form the main part of Imperial High Command. The Supreme Commander and all
Division Commanders are included in this group.
OpsDirs command Imperial Institutions, each of which oversees a specific
area of The Galactic Empire's operations.
Civil Command is composed of civilian (political) authorities with high-level or administrative positions within the Empire.
As the name suggests, Imperial Dignitaries are exalted members of the
Empire who are to be afforded all due respect. They may perform functions both
practical and ceremonial.