first lieutenant
Noun

first lieutenant (plural first lieutenants)

  1. (military ranks) The second lowest rank of a commissioned officer in the United States Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps, ranking above a second lieutenant and below a captain. The rank of first lieutenant is equivalent to the naval rank of lieutenant junior grade.
  2. (military ranks) An equivalent rank in other military forces.
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