(1) However, he has struck a deal with the management and now his ensign , the black flag sporting the skull and crossbones, will be hung out each night.(2) My first full time job was as an ensign in the US Navy Reserve on active duty when I graduated from University.(3) And as we recovered and responded, our national ensign was everywhere.(4) The colours marched off the parade, an illustration where historically they would have been lodged for safe keeping in the colour ensign 's quarters for the night and the evening watch mounted.(5) The poems were never published, but they circulated widely and, as one officer said at the time, ├ö├ç├┐there was scarcely a more or less literate ensign in the army who did not know them by heart.├ö├ç├û(6) Seeing the disappointment in their eyes, the president remembered when he, a young Navy ensign , and his wife-to-be announced their intentions to marry and met with the problem of parental interference.(7) ROTC is an elective course of study, taken in conjunction with any academic major that, upon graduation, leads to a reserve commission as a second lieutenant in the army, air force, or Marine Corps or an ensign in the navy.(8) At the annual general meeting at the club's lodge at Thredbo on May 17, members raised the ensign on the new flag pole installed at the lodge.(9) The current ensign wasn't adopted as a fully fledged flag until 1981, when the Queen visited and personally gave her assent.(10) It worked for Lester Pearson, the Canadian Prime Minister who replaced the imperial ensign with the maple leaf flag in 1965.(11) He graduated last year from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and is currently ranked as an ensign , having served aboard the USS Gettysburg.(12) In 1906, Fletcher graduated from the US Naval Academy and he gained a commission as an ensign .(13) He was commissioned as an ensign and put back on a ship, the USS Tripoli.(14) He had lost two fingers on his left hand as an ensign on the armored cruiser.(15) All Sailors will be given a clear career roadmap, outlining how they progress from seaman to master chief, or from ensign to admiral.(16) In 1863, as the civil war still raged in America, an Englishman called James Tredennick signed on as an ensign of the 57th Foot in Queen Victoria's army.