First-lieutenant



noun, Military.
1.
an officer ranking next above second lieutenant and next below a captain.
noun
1.
the officer responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of a warship, esp the executive officer of a smaller ship in the Royal Navy
2.
an officer holding commissioned rank in the US Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, or in certain other forces, senior to a second lieutenant and junior to a captain

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