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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and Caribbean national security, Lieutenant Commander Wenk, the USCG Military Attach in Jamaica, said.
Fearing a repeat on the day before, Lieutenant Commander Bailey said Brooks "sensed their anxiety about making another dip" and it was decided they would attempt to scare away or kill the shark.
Maharashtra, March 29 -- SBI Life settles claim for martyred Lieutenant Commander Manoranjan in just 48 hours
The foreigners - 11 tourists and three dive operators - and seven Filipino crew members were all unharmed, said Lieutenant Commander Dominador Senador, a coast guard station commander.
Synopsis: From the remote villages of Afghanistan to the depths of the ocean, Lieutenant Commander Grant Chisolm is on a mission to thwart jihadists.
HMS Grimsby, whose commanding officer Lieutenant Commander Simon Kelly is from Whitley Bay, was due to arrive in Newcastle at around noon yesterday and spend three days meeting people in the area.
Lieutenant Commander Daniel Reuter, commanding officer of the Weilheim, said: "This weekend is the weekend to be in Liverpool."
Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux suffered the gunshot wound in the incident on HMS Astute while it was docked at Southampton, Hampshire, on April 8, 2011.
An expert said Lieutenant Commander Ian "Molly" Molyneux would have died "very, very shortly" after the attack.
I am now in my mid-90s, I am still President of the HMS Gambia Association, and still a Lieutenant Commander. I served in the war in the Royal Navy and was commissioned as an engineer Royal Naval Voluntary Reserve.
Not pictured is Lieutenant Commander Jose Vargas, USCG, (Coast Guard Base Support Unit Honolulu), who participated via Skype from his temporary duty position as Finance Section Chief for the Operation Deepwater Horizon Gulf Coast Incident Management Team.