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Look, Prince," said another, who would have dearly liked to take another pie but felt shy, and therefore pretended to be examining the countryside- "See, our infantrymen have already got there.
The two infantrymen could hear nothing until finally he asked: "What troops can you spare?
This is the first time I ever saw thirty infantrymen on one horse," cried the grenadier who had shot the mare.
The nearly month-long course for infantrymen consists of up to seven phases that teach participants combat lifesaving skills, field tactics, land navigation, weapons training, trap setting, survival cooking, and water-source locating.
I have always been interested in the actions infantrymen have been engaged in.
For personnel who seroconverted or had a 4-fold rise in titer to TGR, SFGR, or STGO, the age range was 19-49 (median 25) years, and job specialties were infantrymen (63.
Patton's belief that Mauldin's characters cast infantrymen in an unfavorable light, GIs themselves took Willie and Joe to heart.
Journeymen, The Other Side of The Boxing Business by Mark Turley WHAT if history focused not on generals and kings, asks Mark Turley, but on life's "foot-soldiers or anonymous infantrymen - their struggles, spirit and humour?
Infantrymen who had accompanied him, Canham simply replied: "These are my credentials.
Chefs drivers, medics, caterers, infantrymen, engineers and signallers will come together to talk about the work they do.
Soldiers preoccupied with threat at the time of enlistment or with avoiding it just before deployment were more likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), in a study of Israeli infantrymen.
In return, the troops embraced Bill and the two iconic infantrymen he invented to represent them: Willie and Joe, American soldiers, unlettered, unsophisticated, undaunted and undefeated.