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There are two definitions of the word admiral.

For one, an admiral is an officer in the navy. Admirals are very high up in the chain of command. In most navies, there is at most one, and possibly, no officers ranking higher. Above that is the Head of State of the country. And above that are the defense industry lobbyists. And no one is above the lobbyists.

Admirals are so high in rank that I understand that when they have to fire a weapon they use monogrammed ammunition, but I could be wrong about that.

The other definition of admiral is a type of butterfly. The admiral butterfly, which is a member of the Nymphalidae family of butterfly species has dark wings and bright, colorful markings.

Of the admiral butterfly and the naval admiral, the butterfly is much less likely to order the firing of missiles, the sinking of enemy ships and the killing of people. Now you know. In addition, the butterflies do not get invited to military balls, but they may crash the party. Who’s going to stop them?

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