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quartermaster in Navy topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquartermasterquar‧ter‧mas‧ter /ˈkwɔːtəˌmɑːstə $ ˈkwɔːrtərˌmæstər/ noun [countable]  1 PMa military officer in charge of providing food, uniforms etc2 PMNa ship’s officer in charge of signals and guiding the ship on the right course
Examples from the Corpus
quartermasterGeoffrey as quartermaster issued Joe with three kilos of rice, a couple of dried cabbage, and some dried pork.Bauthumley fought for Parliament and rose to be quartermaster in Colonel Cox's regiment.A 23-year-old man arrested with false papers was described as a Provo quartermaster.The coxswain and the quartermaster were killed at the wheel, and Nigel Tibbets took the helm.This hope, however, diminished as a result of something done by the quartermaster department.The army offered a commission in the quartermaster corps, but Frank proudly refused and gamely enlisted as a private.