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"Hold here, Lieutenant Commander. Wait for my signal."
Hector Barbossa to Theodore Groves[src]

Lieutenant Commander was a rank in the British Royal Navy during the 18th century. Lieutenant Commander lies above Lieutenant and below Commander. They were the most senior lieutenants onboard a ship, and generally held the position of First Officer.

During Hector Barbossa's time as a privateer of King George's court, Theodore Groves served as a Lieutenant Commander aboard the HMS Providence during the quest for the Fountain of Youth.

Gallery of notable Lieutenant Commanders

Behind the scenes


Notes and references

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