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What does VC stand for?

VC stands for Vice Commodore

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He was voted on to the Board of Directors in 1984, became Rear Commodore from 1986 to 1988, Vice Commodore from 1988 to 1990, and then holding the senior flag office of Commodore from 1990 to 1992.
Vice Commodore David Bedford said: "Entering the Southport 24 hour sailing event allowed Pennine the opportunity to promote confidence, stamina and improved race technique for some of our younger and new members by integrating the knowledge and experience of mature members whilst crewing or helming an Enterprise.
He organized and was the founding Commander of Webster Flotilla 1005 in 1975, Captain of Division 10 Worcester, Rear and Vice Commodore of the 1st Coast Guard District, where he was in charge of a staff responsible for training over 2600 persons covering most of New England.
Peter Ronaldson, vice commodore of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club where Mr Thompson was a member for more than 30 years, said: "The family are still coming to terms with what has happened.
Hosted by Charles Townsend, vice commodore of the Club and president and chief executive officer of Cond Nast Publications (which owns HFN), the event highlighted more than a century of sailing history and played up the importance of design inspiration: Viot said that Lladr, which designed the dragon that adorns the front of the Chinese yacht's hull, has always looked to Asia for inspiration.