lieutenant-commander Gillis, after the loss of his vessel, took command of a naval battery in the siege and did good service.
It was felt that Harry Blunt had a good joke on that lieutenant-commander.
The lieutenant-commander is called the executive officer, and he's always put down as the hardest worked man on the ship.
"I'll humour the old chap," resumed the lieutenant-commander.
"The sooner we get a light on the scene the better," continued the lieutenant-commander.
"Come and have a snack with me, Fordyce," said the lieutenant-commander.
"Let's hope that the Baltic won't be completely frozen over during the next few days," remarked the lieutenant-commander.
"By all means, providing he is willing," agreed the lieutenant-commander.
lieutenant-commander Rosoman, in spite of his wounds, accompanied me to the conning tower.
"Directly repairs are effected," replied the lieutenant-commander of R19.