1st lieutenant


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a commissioned officer in the Army or Air Force or Marines ranking above a 2nd lieutenant and below a captain

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SECU was nominated for the award by 1st Lieutenant Liebermann, an SECU Network Operations employee, because of the Credit Union's support for its employees who also serve in the Reserves.
John Garang De Mabior; also on 26/7/2005 Comrade late Commander-in-Chief wrote a message to all units of the SPLA in which he related that Commander Salva Kiir Mayardit had acceded to the rank of Lieutenant General with effect from May 2004 and retired with the rank of 1st Lieutenant General with effect from July 16, 2005C* But being a retired general does not mean that you have to throw away your uniform - Kiir wears his military uniform on a ceremonial basis.
He graduated from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Accounting in 1968 (Distinguished Alumni, 1998); was a 1st Lieutenant in the U.
John Garang De Mabior; also on 26/7/2005," -- four days before his death -- "Comrade late Commander-in-Chief [Garang] wrote a message to all units of the SPLA" in which he related that Commander Salva Kiir Mayardit had acceded to the rank of Lieutenant General with effect from May 2004 and retired with the rank of 1st Lieutenant General with effect from July 16, 2005.
Among the dead military are 11 SPLA soldiers including a major, 11 National Security soldiers with their captain, 5 policemen and their commanding 1st Lieutenant and 2 prison officers.
He served two years as 1st Lieutenant and Finance Officer in the U.
The Westminster resident was an Army 1st lieutenant who was killed in Iraq.
Robert Howard, 1st Lieutenant (then Sergeant First Class), U.
Richardson, Sergeant, Arthur Saunders, 1st Lieutenant and James F.
A veteran of World War II, Paul was a 1st Lieutenant and Bombardier with the 487th Bomb Squadron (M), 340th Bomb Group-57th Bomb Wing.
23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Vietnam Veterans of America paid tribute to two fallen American servicemen from the Vietnam War, 1st Lieutenant Fred Ramsbottom, and Pfc.
George was a proud World War II veteran, and served with the 29th Division, 115th Infantry, and landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day He was discharged as a 1st Lieutenant.
Senator Inouye, an Army 1st lieutenant serving in Italy in World War II, crawled up a treacherous slope, neutralized two machine gun emplacements and continued fighting although wounded until a grenade shattered his right arm.