lieutenant commander


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lieutenant commander

an officer holding commissioned rank in certain navies immediately junior to a commander
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German submarine U-83, which attacked Lieutenant Commander Lockington's 'mystery ship' HMS Farouk
Navin Kumar, father of late Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan Kumar at the Jamshedpur branch.
TRAGEDY: Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux, top right, who died after being shot on board HMS Astute, main picture, by Able Seaman Ryan Samuel Donovan, bottom right
LOCAL MAN Chief Petty Officer David McCoy GOING TO SEA HMS Astute leaving Southampton docks in April KILLED Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux ADMITTED MURDER Gunman Ryan Donovan
Donovan, a navigator yeoman, also pleaded guilty to attempting to murder Lieutenant Commander Christopher Hodge, 45, whom he shot in the stomach.
Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux, 36, was killed on board HMS Astute while it was docked in Southampton last Friday.
Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux, 36, pictured inset, was shot dead on board HMS Astute while docked in Southampton, Hampshire, on Friday.
Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux, aged 36, pictured, was fatally shot on board HMS Astute as it was docked in Southampton, Hampshire, on Friday.
And Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux's commanding officer paid tribute to his professionalism.
It marks the achievements of Lieutenant Commander Ian Edward Fraser, VC, DSC, RD and Bar, JP.
It is obvious for every country to jointly participate in exercise to counter piracy, criminal activity and terrorism," said Lieutenant Commander Shane Doolin, the commander of the ship.