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
THE FIRST PROBATION OFFICERS IN ENGLAND AND WALES 1906–14
Trenchard, Hugh Montague, first Viscount Trenchard (1873–1956), air force officer
Scott, Henry, first earl of Deloraine (1676–1730), army officer
Carteret, Sir George, first baronet (1610?–1680), naval officer and administrator
Keyes, Roger John Brownlow, first Baron Keyes (1872–1945), naval officer
Middleton, John, first earl of Middleton (c. 1608–1674), army officer
Hotham, Sir John, first baronet (1589–1645), parliamentarian army officer
Byng, John, first earl of Strafford (1772–1860), army officer
Slim, William Joseph, first Viscount Slim (1891–1970), army officer
Germain, Sir John, first baronet (1650–1718), army officer and politician
Tedder, Arthur William, first Baron Tedder (1890–1967), air force officer
MacCarthy, Justin, first Viscount Mountcashel (c. 1643–1694), army officer
Lyons, Edmund, first Baron Lyons (1790–1858), naval officer and diplomatist
Jellicoe, John Rushworth, first Earl Jellicoe (1859–1935), naval officer
Baird, Sir David, first baronet (1757–1829), army officer
Harland, Sir Robert, first baronet (c. 1715–1784), naval 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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