|Office of the Lieutenant-General of the Ordnance|
|Member of||Board of Ordnance (1545-1855)|
|Reports to||Master-General of the Ordnance|
Subject to formal approval by the Queen-in-Council
|Term length||Not fixed (typically 3–9 years)|
|Inaugural holder||Sir Francis Fleming|
The Lieutenant-General of the Ordnance  was a member of the British Board of Ordnance and the deputy of the Master-General of the Ordnance. The office was established in 1545, and the holder was appointed by the crown under letters patent. It was abolished in 1855 when the Board of Ordnance was subsumed into the War Office.