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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 other aides-de-camp are Prince Philip, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Prince William, Captain Mark Phillips, Prince Charles, Sir Tim Laurence, and more.
Before leaving the Chamber, the Commissioner delivered remarks expressing his thanks to former Premier Darrell Pasloski, current Premier Sandy Silver, ML As "past and present", his Aides-de-Camp, staff and family, and the people of Yukon, for their support.
The short film will show Antonio Luna's aides-de-camp Jose and Manuel Bernal story right after Luna's assassination.
One of his aides-de-camp - Councillor Jim O'Boyle - has successfully pitched for a 37 per cent pay rise, having rumbled that he was getting PS4,500 less than a colleague doing similar work.
Although Cannon and Gray both served as aides-de-camp for General Wool, it is unclear how well the two men knew each other or whether they ever worked closely together since Cannon's book does not include any additional information about Gray or the young man's military career.