(Brit) an official list of all serving commissioned officers of the army and reserve officers liable for recall
Harrel’s name was again restored to the army list, and he was appointed commandant of Vincennes.
Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
An army list is simply a list of the army, said the urbane Colonel.
The House on the Moor, v. 1/3 Mrs. Oliphant
A “captain” by courtesy, for he had never reached that rank in the army list.
J.S. Le Fanu’s Ghostly Tales, Volume 5 J.S. Le Fanu
When he died he was nearly at the head of the English army list.
The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
(a) army list, containing the name of every commissioned officer in the regular establishment.
Visual Signaling Signal Corps United States Army
As to number of chaplains, all details can be seen by reference to the army list.
With our Fighting Men William E. Sellers
“Let’s see,” said Feversham, and ringing a handbell upon the table, sent the servant for the army list.
The Four Feathers A. E. W. Mason
Noah Frisbie, Jr., appears on the army list at the end of the war as a lieutenant.
Early American Plays Oscar Wegelin
“I declare, Julius, she is as good as any army list,” exclaimed Charlie.
The Three Brides Charlotte M. Yonge
The earliest stage was the appearance in the army list of an organisation of the army in various army corps.
History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4) Sir Frederick Maurice.
- Army issue
noun, adjective any equipment or clothing supplied by the army Historical Examples The army issue of sweets is limited pretty much to jam, which gets to taste all alike. A Yankee in the Trenches R. Derby Holmes The Ausonian army issue forth, and crowd through the gates in streaming serried columns. The Aeneid of Virgil […]
- Army-navy store
a retail store selling a stock of surplus army, naval, and other military apparel and goods, often at bargain rates.
- Army of occupation
an army occupying conquered territory to maintain order and to ensure the carrying out of peace or armistice terms.
- Army of the potomac
Union forces, trained and organized by Gen. George B. McClellan, that guarded Washington, D.C., against a Confederate invasion across the Potomac and fought battles in the eastern sector during the Civil War. Confederate forces from the Alexandria, Potomac, and Shenandoah districts from mid–1861 to mid–1862: later known as Army of Northern Virginia.