Yes, you artillerymen
especially are scarce there," said Katavasov.
Occasional glimpses could be caught of groups of the toiling artillerymen
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, 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.
Official Anadolu news agency said the artillerymen
, stationed along the borders with neighboring Syria, fired sporadic artillery volleys targeting bases of the Kurdish Peoples Protection Units (YPG) in and around the town of Afrin in northern Syria.
A short while later, a number of artillerymen
and several police officers arrived at the address to retrieve the destructive missile.
The President noted that for the courage and heroism during the execution of combat missions, 1591 artillerymen
Before presenting the tour, the author gives an overview of General Lee's campaign in Pennsylvania, a brief history of Civil War artillery and how it worked, select photographs, and quotations from artillerymen
that fought in the battle.
Aircrews and field artillerymen
lower risk for future missions by conducting multiple training iterations in the snowy environment.
Altieri joined the Army in late 1941 and was subsequently sent to Northern Ireland where he served as an artillerymen
with the 1st Armored Division.