Examples of adjutant in a Sentence
the senator's adjutants and aides always arrive ahead of him on the campaign trail
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The committee is co-chaired by Johnny Boker, second vice commander of American Legion Post 47 in Havre de Grace, and Craig Reeling, adjutant and past commandant of the Marine Corps League, Department of Maryland.
The main speaker will be Michael Stith, state adjutant of the Disabled American Veterans, Department of Ohio.
The accusations mark a dramatic fall for Gourdikian, once a top-ranking official for the Pasadena Police Department and adjutant to Chief Phillip L. Sanchez.
Along with Gero, other chairmen were Lynn McGinnis, Post 288 judge advocate; and Mike Baldwin, Post 288 adjutant and Post 1614 member.
Sayler, appointed adjutant general by Gov. Butch Otter in 2010, is responsible for overseeing of all units of the Idaho National Guard.
Gen. John Harris, assistant adjutant general for the Ohio Army National Guard, also attended Monday's briefing.
Marie Smith, adjutant of the North San Diego Young Marines group, was recognized for her efforts mentoring and teaching youths in the nonprofit’s leadership program.
The Flag Day program at the VFW has been a tradition for more than 30 years, said Ryan Kominakis, the post's adjutant and chair of the program.
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Origin and Etymology of adjutant
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Definition of adjutant for English Language Learners
: an army officer who helps the commanding officer and is responsible for written communications
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