Occasional glimpses could be caught of groups of the toiling artillerymen
Yes, and let the cannoniers mount their batteries, the artillerymen be at their pieces, and be particularly watchful of the coast batteries.
The dikes and moles were quickly filled with the curious and soldiers; matches sparkled in the hands of the artillerymen, placed behind the large cannon bedded in their stone carriages.
, deserted by the cavalry, fled after discharging their pieces, and the Highlanders, who dropped their guns when fired, and drew their broadswords, rushed with headlong fury against the infantry.
The members of the Gun Club, a circle of artillerymen
formed at Baltimore after the American war, conceived the idea of putting themselves in communication with the moon
Yes, you artillerymen
especially are scarce there," said Katavasov.
And the Irish Regiment answered and said, "It was those damnfool artillerymen
also pounded gunmen's outposts in the heights to the east and northeast of the town.
An NCO with the Army Service Corps Motor Transport division, he delivered munitions to artillerymen
close to the front line.
defending the Southwestern front "are ready to throw the enemies into a crucible", he was quoted as saying, Xinhua reported.
During IOT&E, artillerymen
from Fort Riley's 1[sup.
Discussing a topic previously neglected by historians, Walker, a historian and Vietnam veteran, outlines the role of forward observer teams in World War II, artillerymen
who accompanied infantrymen on the front lines and directed the artillery fire.