( short form ‘adjt‘ or ‘adj‘; plural: ‘adjutants‘; for the right pronunciation, please click here)
a clerk in a military office; an officer responsible for the office work in the army;
(in some armies) a ranked officer who assists a more senior officer;
One of my uncles is an adjutant to the special reserve.
Different armies use the rank ‘adjutant’ for different positions.
Note 2: “Adjutant General”, on the other hand, is the chief administrative officer in the US army.