Judge-advocate-general



noun, plural judge advocates general, judge advocate generals. Military.
1.
the chief legal officer of an army, navy, or air force.
noun (pl) judge advocates general, judge advocate generals
1.
the civil adviser to the Crown on matters relating to courts martial and on military law generally

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