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adjutant in Army topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadjutantad‧ju‧tant /ˈædʒətənt/ noun [countable]  PMAan army officer responsible for office work
Examples from the Corpus
adjutantMy field officers and adjutant were all dead.There was no airfield defence, but the adjutant was happy enough, and apparently quite sane.The adjutant directed him to the hospital next door, giving him written instructions on how to find the ward.The adjutant found Woolley with the armourer, checking ammunition before he allowed his machine-gun drums to be filled.The adjutant turned away in shame and disgust.The adjutant went over to Kit Carson's tent and cleared it out.