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The term junior officer is sometimes used to make clear that an officer in a military or paramilitary unit is not in overall command. The term senior officer is reserved for the officer in overall command.

In many armed forces, a junior officer is specifically a commissioned officer holding rank equivalent to a naval lieutenant, an army captain or a flight lieutenant or below.

In the United States Armed Forces, the term is used by the Navy and the Coast Guard. The ranks of Ensign (O-1), Lieutenant, junior grade (O-2), Lieutenant (O-3) and Lieutenant Commander (O-4).

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The term junior officer is sometimes used to make clear that an officer in a military or paramilitary unit is not in overall command. The term senior officer is reserved for the officer in overall command.

In many armed forces, a junior officer is specifically a commissioned officer holding rank equivalent to a naval lieutenant, an army captain or a flight lieutenant or below.

In the United States Armed Forces, the term is used by the Navy and the Coast Guard for officers in the ranks of Ensign (O-1), Lieutenant, junior grade (O-2), Lieutenant (O-3) and Lieutenant Commander (O-4).

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