[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] ENS Henn's first duty was at the Naval Air Station Attu in the Aleutian Islands, where he reported in April 1945 as aviation supply officer In January 1946, he was promoted to lieutenant junior grade, and moved over to the Naval Operating Base, Kodiak, Alaska, as stores officer.
What does LJG stand for?
LJG stands for Lieutenant Junior Grade
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We have 4 other meanings of LJG in our Acronym Attic
- London Jewish Family Centre (UK)
- LeBron James Family Foundation (est. 2004)
- Latvijas Jaunatnes Futbola Liga (Latvian: Latvian Youth Football League; est. 1996; Riga, Latvia)
- Livermore Junior Football League (California)
- Lower Jaw-Fork Length (fish measurement)
- La Jolla Gaming, Inc. (Las Vegas, NV)
- Lady Jane Grey
- Leroy Jethro Gibbs (NCIS TV series character)
- Levend Joods Geloof (Dutch: Living Judaism; magazine)
- Liberaal Joodse Gemeente (Dutch: Liberal Jewish Community; Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Lloyd James Group (UK)
- La Jolla Golden Blades (fencing club: California)
- Lotus japonicus Gene Index
- Lake Jackson Girls Softball Association
- Leota Junior High School (Woodinville, WA)
- LIft Jesus Higher (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- Little Jack Horner (children's story)
- Long Journey Home Group (artist collaboration; UK)
- La Jolla Hair Restoration (California)
- La Jolla High School (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Michael J Hicks, United States Navy, son of John and Anne Hicks of Worcester, was recently promoted to lieutenant junior grade.
Weiss served in the Navy from 1953 to 1957, attaining the rank of lieutenant junior grade.
By Lieutenant Junior Grade Theresa Donnelly Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines Public Affairs
Navy (sleeve insignia) Ensign (ENS) Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG) O-3 O-4 Cptain (Capt.
He joined the US Navy as a Lieutenant Junior Grade, served aboard the USS Baltimore, a heavy cruiser, mostly in the Pacific, where he was engaged in twelve major battles over two years.
Jamie Lynn Hasty and Lieutenant Junior Grade Patrick Ryan Gatchell were united in marriage at 2 p.
That same year, on 15 October, eight women were commissioned as the first female officers of the regular Navy: Captain Joy Bright Hancock, Lieutenant Commander Winifred Quick Collins, Lieutenant Commander Ann King, Lieutenant Commander Frances Willoughby, Lieutenant Ellen Ford, Lieutenant Doris Cranmore, Lieutenant Junior Grade Doris A.