adjutant general

NOUN
  1. a general's adjutant; chief administrative officer
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  • With regard to the number of men liable to conscription, who have been removed from this department, this information can best be obtained from the bureau of conscription, the officers of which were authorized by the Adjutant General's orders to conscribe all who were efficient for field service. [Communication from the Secretary of War, Jan. 23, 1864],
  • After passing through several desperate campaigns, he rose by promotion to the adjutant generalcy of regiment's corps.
  • Guard commanders, known as adjutant general, say they have to be prepared 24/7. CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2006
  • He began that part of his career that was to lead him to the adjutant generalcy and a place of prominence in the history of the new state.
  • During the Civil War Gilmer held a variety of staff positions, including quartermaster and adjutant general of the Hilliard Alabama Legion.
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