A class of fixed-wing aircraft whose primary purpose is that of shooting down other aircraft. Some of these (Fighter-Attack or Attack aircraft) also have a secondary purpose of attacking ground targets.
(Bot.) A volunteer plant
A belligerent person, group, or nation
Any trainee, as a practice teacher or a junior business associate
A member of the United States Army Special Forces.
A small raiding force trained to operate inside territory held by the enemy
A soldier, esp. one of certain French light infantry troops, trained for rapid action
A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army
One of a fierce tribe or troop who accompanied Achilles, their king, to the Trojan war.
A state police officer.
The definition of martial is warlike or appropriate in times of war.
Of, like, or characteristic of a good soldier
A male member of the armed forces who ranks below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.
A soldier armed with a musket.
(Slang, U.S. Army) An infantryman in WWII
Of the army, as distinguished from the navy
The definition of an infantry is a unit of soldiers who move and fight on foot.
In some countries, the department of government in charge of naval affairs
The whole body of physically fit civilians eligible by law for military service.
A person whose work is servicing or repairing something
A newly engaged member of a military force, especially one of the lowest rank or grade.
(--- U.S. Marine Corps) An officer of the highest rank
An indigenous soldier serving in the army of a foreign conqueror, especially an Indian soldier serving under British command in India.
The lowest rank of the army.
(Historical) A mounted soldier armed with a short musket (called a dragon), capable of fighting on horseback or on foot
A female member of the armed forces who ranks below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.
An officer in the armed forces holding rank by a commission: the lowest rank in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps is second lieutenant; in the Navy and Coast Guard, ensign
An enlisted person of any of various grades in the armed forces, as, in the U.S. Army, from corporal to sergeant major inclusive
One who advocates or attempts to stir up war.
Specifically, someone who supports the Trotskyite political view expressed in the newspaper Militant, or who engages in aggressive left-wing politics. [from 20th c.]
(Slang) An infantryman in the US military, especially in the Vietnam War:
An enlisted person in the US Navy working with aircraft.
A gallant or chivalrous man, especially one serving as escort to a woman of high social position; a gentleman.
The definition of a cohort is a group of people who have come together in support of a common cause, or a group of people who share a common characteristic.
A member of a special regiment or corps, as of the Grenadier Guards of the British Army, attached to the royal household
A warrant officer in the US Marine Corps having charge of ordnance.
A commissioned officer in the British and Canadian navies ranking just below a lieutenant commander.
(Mil.) An enlisted person assigned to perform personal services for an officer or officers or to carry out a specific task
The definition of a plebe is a new freshman or cadet, especially at a military training academy.
Alternative capitalization of Cossack.
(Historical) A mounted lancer or a cavalryman in Poland, Prussia, etc.
A member of a former infantry unit in the French army, originally Algerians, noted for the precision of its close-order drill and characterized by a colorful uniform
One, such as a person or a combat vehicle, that takes part in armed strife.
A state of open, often prolonged fighting; a battle or war.
A conscripted person; draftee
The definition of a cavalry is a group of soldiers.
A piece of bread dough that is rolled thin and fried in deep fat.
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