Neatly and methodically arranged
an orderly room
A regimental or company book in which orders are entered
The room in a barracks used for regimental or company business
A person employed to keep the streets free of dirt and litter; a road sweeper.
An attendant in a hospital responsible for the non-medical care of patients and the maintenance of order and cleanliness
The officer who is in charge of the security and administration of a unit or establishment for a day at a time
A corporal who attends upon an officer to carry orders or messages.
The first sergeant of a company, whose duties formerly included the conveyance of orders.
A sergeant who runs the orderly room.