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Sublieutenant

 

(podporuchik). (1) A company-grade officer’s rank in the Russian Army, conferred upon graduation from a military school. The corresponding rank in the cavalry was cornet, and in the cossack units khorunzhii.

(2) In the Polish Army, podporucznik (“second lieutenant”), and in the Czechoslovak People’s Army, podporučik (“junior lieutenant”), are the first military rank of a junior officer.

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Mick Williams, sub-lieutenant with the Royal Navy Reserves, said: "Redcar has had a significant period without a sea cadet group.
I know Herbert Victor Ferrier was a sub-lieutenant in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve during the First World War and he eventually became a headmaster at a school in the south of England.
The sub-lieutenant who was with me said: 'You've been briefed where the field dressing stations are.
The sub-lieutenant flew Fairey Swordfish biplanes during the Battle of the Atlantic to protect merchant aircraft carrier (MAC) ships bringing grain and oil to Liverpool.
Sub-Lieutenant Montri Dutsatit, who found the body, said last night: "We opened the door and immediately saw Simon's body half-sitting over the bed.
By the time he was 19, he was promoted to sub-lieutenant.
Sub-Lieutenant Wales, as he is known in the service, will spend the next three weeks undergoing basic naval training, to learn core skills like navigation and sea safety, and touring various units like the Royal Marines and Fleet Air Arm.
One of those is sub-lieutenant Edwin Dyett, from Albany Road, Roath, Cardiff, who was controversially shot by a firing squad for desertion in 1917, but pardoned nearly 90 years later.
One of the Welshmen executed for "cowardice" was 21-years-old Sub-Lieutenant Edwin Dyett, of Cardiff.
As a Royal Navy sub-lieutenant in charge of five assault landing craft, he was given specific orders as he made his way back to his mother ship anchored offshore.
On our way there, Chris Kingsmill, my pilot, and I met Sub-Lieutenant Rose and his observer, Sub-Lieutenant Lee, who were returning to the mess after a practice flight.