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Abraham Lincoln the 16th President of the United States (1861-1865), who was Commander-in-Chief of the Union troops during the American Civil War and who signed the Emancipation Proclamation, thus bringing an end to slavery in the United States (b.1809--d.1865).
Adm. abbreviation of "Admiral," a naval commissioned officer of the highest rank, or the commander of a fleet or squadron.
admiral a naval commissioned officer of the highest rank; the commander of a fleet or squadron. [1/2 definitions]
Agamemnon in Greek mythology, the Mycenaean king and commander in chief who led the attack against Troy.
alcaide a commander or governor of a fortress in Spain, Portugal, or their colonies.
Comdr. abbreviation of "Commander."
command post the headquarters from which a commander directs a military unit.
duce a leader; commander; chief. [1/2 definitions]
general staff a group of officers who assist a high commander in planning and supervising military operations.
George Washington the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army in the U.S. War of Independence and the first President of the United States (1789-1797). During his presidency, Washington focused on bringing a spirit of unity to the newly formed nation, creating a new capital, and expanding U.S. territory westward (b.1732--d.1799).
judge advocate in the military, a staff officer assigned as legal advisor to a commander or as the prosecutor at a court-martial.
lieutenant in the U.S., British, or Canadian Navy, an officer ranking just below a lieutenant commander. [1/4 definitions]
lieutenant commander an officer in the U.S. Navy or Coast Guard whose rank is above that of lieutenant and below that of commander.
Lord of hosts God; Jehovah, esp. as the commander of the Israelite armies in the Old Testament.
old man a male figure of authority such as a company head or commander of a navy vessel. [1/3 definitions]
praetorian (often cap.) of, relating to, or denoting a member of the bodyguard of a Roman emperor or commander. [2/4 definitions]
privateer a commander or crew member on such a ship. [1/3 definitions]