Adjutant General


A senior administrative officer, originally one assisting or acting on behalf of the general of an army; (in modern use) the chief administrative officer of an army, or of a division, corps, or other large military unit.



Thomas Bullitt (1730-1778) served during the French and Indian War as a cadet with GW at Fort Necessity in 1754. In July of that year, he was commissioned an ensign, and was among the men later ... Read More

Lawrence Washington (c.1718-1752) was GW's eldest living half brother, the son of Augustine Washington (1694-1743) and his first wife, Jane Butler Washington. He attended Appleby School in England ... Read More

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