Military Baby Names For Boys:
Admiral is the rank of the highest naval officer. This name witnessed its peak in the 1880s. Don’t you think it’s time for it to make a comeback?
The name Benning pays homage to the United States military post in Georgia. You can even shorten it to Ben for the nickname.
If you do not mind a straightforward and bold name for your son, go with Arrow. Babies and Arrows have gone hand-in-hand, since St. Valentine’s Day.
What could be more fantastic than naming our child after a super cool aircraft? This moniker oozes military charm. And there’s a rock band name Jet.
Lance, the name of a weapon, could make a potential name for your son. It’s a short form of the name Lancelot and means ‘land.’
Both Sergeant and its spelling variation Sargent could be a military themed name. This name also refers to Sargent Shriver, the first director of the Peace Corps.
With Omar, we are referring to General Omar Bradley, the highly distinguished senior officer of the United States Army.
This army boy name is associated with General John J. Pershing, who led the American force into Europe during the First World War.
We think Cannon would make a cool and preppy name for your son. It’s robust and straight shooting, exactly how the military officials are.
Gunther is a German name, meaning ‘warrior.’ This moniker sounds like the next big hero, isn’t it?
Do you aspire your son to be a marine or navy officer? Then you can never go wrong with Crew?
Cormac was the third-century Irish king responsible for opening schools of law and military science.
Garrison is a term used for a body or troops or a military post. We think it would make one of a kind name for your tough son. The meaning of Garrison is ‘stronghold’.
Harold is a Scandinavian military baby boy name, meaning ‘army ruler.’
Nathan Hal was a Revolutionary War Hero best known for his quote- “I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.”
Gunner is the Scandinavian version of the name Gunther and means ‘bold warrior.’ This macho name is favored greatly by NRA-leaning parents.
This moniker refers to James Bowie, the 19th-century pioneer who played a crucial role in the Texas Revolution. The meaning of this Scottish army baby name is ‘blond’.
Commodore is a traditional title for an officer who is assigned to than one ship command at once. This moniker has an athletic and old-fashioned feel it.
The name Mace has a slight aura of danger surrounding it, probably because of it being a major type of weapon. But what’s life without risk, right? Or be on the safe side and use it as a short form for Mason.
This bold name soared in popularity from the years 2008 to 2013 and is given to over a 1000 baby names every year.