Bertie, Robert, first earl of Lindsey (1582-1642), naval officer and royalist army officer
Monck [Monk], George, first duke of Albemarle (1608-1670), army officer and naval officer
Fisher, John Arbuthnot, first Baron Fisher (1841-1920), naval officer
Blackwood, Sir Henry, first baronet (1770-1832), naval officer
Chetwode, Philip Walhouse, first Baron Chetwode (1869-1950), army officer
Birdwood, William Riddell, first Baron Birdwood (1865-1951), army officer
Haig, Douglas, first Earl Haig (1861-1928), army officer
Grenfell, Francis Wallace, first Baron Grenfell (1841-1925), army officer
Brooke, Alan Francis, first Viscount Alanbrooke (1883-1963), army officer
Burney, Sir Cecil, first baronet (1858-1929), naval officer
Thompson, Sir Thomas Boulden, first baronet (1766-1828), naval officer
Sarsfield, Patrick, Jacobite first earl of Lucan (d. 1693), army officer
Saumarez, James, first Baron de Saumarez (1757-1836), naval officer
Blomefield, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1744-1822), army officer
Scott, Henry, first earl of Deloraine (1676-1730), army officer
Whitshed, Sir James Hawkins, first baronet (1762-1849), naval officer
Widdrington, William, first Baron Widdrington (1610-1651), royalist army officer
Willshire, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1789-1862), army officer
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1 the first mate on a merchant ship.
2 the second in command to the captain on an aircraft.
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