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commandant in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommandantcom‧man‧dant /ˌkɒmənˈdænt $ ˈkɑːməndænt/ noun [countable]  PMthe army officer in charge of a place or group of people
Examples from the Corpus
commandantGary Roughead, 45, was endorsed as commandant of midshipmen by Adm.The Marine Corps commandant, Gen.After that... commandant of West Point.John insisted on seeing the commandant.the commandant of a prison campHe had headed for Berka Satellite field, whose commandant had obviously taken the lesson of previous raids to heart.