This grammatical case has been bothering me for quite a while already.
On a forum, there is a post.
Alright, now I get it. The leader can be assigned when you reach a required rank and upgrade a unit to the commander.
After that, there is clear indication who is the captain during the selection for a mission.
The part that bothers me is
who is the captain.
I am not sure if it's correct for
who to be a subject because
who is the captain sounds like a question to me.
I understand that the sentence can be rephrased like
there's clear indication who the captain is, so
who becomes an object.
However instead, I want to be finished with the stated question, and the question is:
Is the second sentence of the quote grammatically correct?