Admiralty midshipman

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A term used in the British Navy during the 18th and 19th centuries to describe a midshipman who had served his time (six years) and passed his examination. He was appointed to a ship by Admiralty order as compared to those rated by the captain and appointed by an admiral. The US Navy's equivalent was ‘Passed Midshipman’.

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