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Herk graduated as a distinguished cadet, fifth in a class of 546 on June 6, 1957, being commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers in the United States Army.
Sean Urbanski, 22, had already been charged with murder and faced a potential sentence of life in prison in the fatal stabbing of Richard Collins III, a student at Bowie State University who had been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army.
Pence's son, Michael, a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps, married Sarah Whiteside at the governor's residence in December.
That's the subject of a Washington Post op-ed written by Sage Santangelo, a second lieutenant who is one of 14 women to fail the the 13-week Marine Corps' Infantry Officer Course, a requirement for Marines who want to become infantry officers.
Another glass ceiling in our nation’s military was smashed today when a female second lieutenant became the first woman to graduate from the Marine Corps Infantry Officers Course.
Rapone is, as of this writing, a second lieutenant in the US Army.
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: an officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps who ranks below a first lieutenant
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