Noun(1) an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer(2) large Indian stork with a military gait
(1) General Jackson therefore has no lack of experience of infantry soldiering, having been a platoon commander, adjutant , company commander and commanding officer in infantry battalions.(2) When I reported to the adjutant , I was formally discharged from the Army of the U.S. and told to report to the 78th Division headquarters.(3) About that time Sharman became the regimental adjutant , its commanding officer's principal assistant.(4) Twice a month, the battalion adjutant coordinated a visit from the finance company to provide soldiers with casual pay.(5) Fox was talking with the Black Hole squadron commander, a fellow named Stock, and his adjutant , Barrel.(6) He made over 40 parachute jumps while serving as a rifle platoon leader, battalion adjutant , and commander of a raider platoon.(7) Braxton is adjutant for the United Nations Command Security Battalion - Joint Security Area at Camp Bonifas, Korea.(8) he eventually became adjutant to the commander of the tactical air force(9) Battalion adjutant Capt Sean Kearns said the aims of the training were to develop effective teamwork, and to help identify true leaders, as opposed to designated leaders.(10) Spliced into each image is the photograph of an adjutant (a large black and white stork, one of many creatures borrowed by Muybridge from the Philadelphia Zoo).(11) Worse yet, Lee suspected Crazy Horse would be placed under arrest and confined to the guardhouse since the adjutant 's office lay adjacent to the jail.(12) Turning to his adjutant , the colonel began issuing orders to deploy his troops.(13) Kornilov seems to have had little political sense and in 1917 was influenced by his adjutant and other officers.(14) General Custer and his adjutant , Colonel Cooke, could be seen, lighting matches and candles in advance, trying to find the trail, which they succeeded in doing in a short time.(15) Michael, who had been the youngest adjutant in the army, came ashore one day later with the 7th Battalion of the Black Watch.(16) During the war he rose from a battalion adjutant to an aid of a section chief of the operational department of the 5th Army Staff.
(1) adjutant :: adjutant
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2. aide-de-camp ::
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