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There are two different ensigns—one who served aboard the unidentified IAV cruiser with the [[Unidentified Alliance colonel]]) and another who served aboard a different, unidentified IAV cruiser with [[Harken]]. What would be the proper way of disambiguating these in their conjectural titles? The only thing that comes to my mind is ''Unidentified Alliance ensign 1'' and ''Unidentified Alliance ensign 2''. I tried to think up a way to use their commanding officers' names in the titles, but it was a bust. Thoughts? {{User:Blue Rook/Sig}} 22:32, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
 
There are two different ensigns—one who served aboard the unidentified IAV cruiser with the [[Unidentified Alliance colonel]]) and another who served aboard a different, unidentified IAV cruiser with [[Harken]]. What would be the proper way of disambiguating these in their conjectural titles? The only thing that comes to my mind is ''Unidentified Alliance ensign 1'' and ''Unidentified Alliance ensign 2''. I tried to think up a way to use their commanding officers' names in the titles, but it was a bust. Thoughts? {{User:Blue Rook/Sig}} 22:32, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
 
:Yeah, I think the numbers is probably the best way to go. I can't think of anything more descriptive at the moment. We can always move them if we do come up with anything better :). [[User:Grunny|<span style="color:#6B8E23;">'''Grunny'''</span>]] <span title="This user is a Bureaucrat">http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/firefly/images/thumb/9/93/FeaturedIcon.png/15px-FeaturedIcon.png</span> <sup>([[User talk:Grunny|<span style="color:#6B8E23;">Talk</span>]])</sup> 00:12, September 29, 2010 (UTC)
 
:Yeah, I think the numbers is probably the best way to go. I can't think of anything more descriptive at the moment. We can always move them if we do come up with anything better :). [[User:Grunny|<span style="color:#6B8E23;">'''Grunny'''</span>]] <span title="This user is a Bureaucrat">http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/firefly/images/thumb/9/93/FeaturedIcon.png/15px-FeaturedIcon.png</span> <sup>([[User talk:Grunny|<span style="color:#6B8E23;">Talk</span>]])</sup> 00:12, September 29, 2010 (UTC)
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::Either numbers or use (I) and (II) instead? - [[User:Cavalier One|<span style="color:black">'''Cavalier One'''</span>]][[File:Independents flag.JPG|20px]]<sup>([[User talk:Cavalier One|<span style="color:red">''From here to the eyes and the ears of the Verse''</span>]])</sup> 10:33, September 29, 2010 (UTC)

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There are two different ensigns—one who served aboard the unidentified IAV cruiser with the Unidentified Alliance colonel) and another who served aboard a different, unidentified IAV cruiser with Harken. What would be the proper way of disambiguating these in their conjectural titles? The only thing that comes to my mind is Unidentified Alliance ensign 1 and Unidentified Alliance ensign 2. I tried to think up a way to use their commanding officers' names in the titles, but it was a bust. Thoughts? Blue Rook  talk  contribs 22:32, September 28, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, I think the numbers is probably the best way to go. I can't think of anything more descriptive at the moment. We can always move them if we do come up with anything better :). Grunny 15px-FeaturedIcon.png (Talk) 00:12, September 29, 2010 (UTC)
Either numbers or use (I) and (II) instead? - Cavalier OneIndependents flag(From here to the eyes and the ears of the Verse) 10:33, September 29, 2010 (UTC)
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