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Synonyms for aide-de-camp

an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer

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The Aide de Camp and another aide then decided to walk away from the area after a brief push and pull with security officers.
Michael Brunn, GSO Aide de Camp,
| Christopher Richmond, the Innkeeper at the Mat Kiln Inn, Worsall in 18th century, was father of Christopher Richmond (1744-96), known as "Kit of Annapolis" who became Aide de Camp to General Horatio Gates during the American civil war.
He was appointed as Honorary Aide De Camp (Air) to the Honorable President of India with effect from December 1, 2012.
"Colonel Bush has also served as Presidential Advance Agent for Air Force One, Aide de Camp to the Commander, U.S.
His RAF career has included service with the royal family as Air Aide de Camp to the queen.
You may remember Andrew Krantz, the General's Aide de Camp, who placed first in that race at 17 minutes 9 seconds flat!
His grandson edited it, deleting many of the details of logistics and transport, and republished it as The Russian Campaign: Memoirs of Napoleon's Aide de Camp in 1894-95.
From 1995-1997 he was Aide de Camp to the Honourable Henry N.
To Edmund's great pleasure, on August 15, 1775, Washington selected him as an "aide de camp," and thus began Edmund's exemplary service to the man who would one day be unanimously proclaimed "Father of His Country."
Windsor: 12.30 Aide de Camp, 1.00 Long Night, 2.05 Silver Inngot, 2.40 Mr Fluffy.
Julian will be returning to pantoland, and bringing his unique and original humour to the role of Dandini, Prince Charming's aide de camp.
Arvis Owens, aide de camp, Naval Inventory Control Point.
The Army authorizes general officers to have the assistance of a personal staff, to include an officer aide de camp (1) and enlisted soldiers.