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  • 1 mounted — adjective mounted soldiers or police officers ride on horses: the mounted police …

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  • 2 Mounted Warfare TestBed — (MWTB) at Fort Knox, Kentucky, was the premier site for distributed simulation experiments in the US Army for over 20 years. It used simulation systems, including fully manned virtual simulators and computer generated forces, to perform… …

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  • 3 Mounted infantry — were soldiers who rode horses instead of marching, but actually fought on foot (in the modern era with muskets or rifles, but before that with spears, bows, or crossbows). The original dragoons were essentially mounted infantry. According to the… …

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  • 4 Mounted search and rescue — Hasty search Team rider, horse, dogs Mounted search and rescue ( …

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  • 5 mounted — [[t]ma͟ʊntɪd[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Mounted police or soldiers ride horses when they are on duty. → See also mount A dozen mounted police rode into the square …

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  • 6 mounted — /mown tid/, adj. 1. seated or riding on a horse or other animal. 2. serving on horseback or on some special mount, as soldiers or police. 3. Mil. (formerly) permanently equipped with horses or vehicles for transport. Cf. mobile (def. 3). 4.… …

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  • 7 mounted — /ˈmaʊntəd/ (say mowntuhd) adjective 1. seated or riding on a horse or the like. 2. serving on horseback, as soldiers, police, etc. 3. Military permanently equipped with trucks, tanks, or other vehicles, or horses as means of transport. 4. fixed… …

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  • 8 Queen Alexandra's Mounted Rifles — Cap badge of Queen Alexandra s Mounted Rifles Active 1864–present Country New Zealand …

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  • 9 List of Canadian soldiers executed for military offences — First World WarDuring the First World War, members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force were subject to British military discipline, which allowed execution by firing squad for crimes such as desertion or cowardice. During the war, 25 Canadian… …

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  • 10 We Were Soldiers — Infobox Film name = We Were Soldiers caption = We Were Soldiers movie poster director = Randall Wallace writer = Hal Moore Joseph L. Galloway (book) Randall Wallace (screenplay) starring = Mel Gibson Madeleine Stowe Greg Kinnear Don Duong Sam… …

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  • 11 Cape Mounted Riflemen — The Cape Mounted Riflemen were South African military units. There were two separate regiments of that name, which may be confusing. Some military historians distinguish between them by labelling the first as imperial and the second as colonial… …

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  • 12 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles — Infobox Military Unit unit name=1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles caption= country=Confederate States of America allegiance=CSA type=Mounted Infantry branch=Volunteer Army, American Civil War dates=June 18, 1861 ndash;April 26, 1865 specialization=… …

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  • 13 2/2nd Mounted Division — The 2/2nd Mounted Division was a British cavalry division composed of Yeomanry and Territorial Force units active during the Great War.It was formed on 6th March 1915 as a replacement/depot formation for the 2nd Mounted Division which was being… …

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  • 14 37th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Infantry — articleissues unreferenced = July 2008 sections = July 2008 wikify = July 2008The 37th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Mounted Infantry was an infantry regiment that fought in the American Civil War. E. H. Hobson was a leader in this unit. The… …

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  • 15 Memorial to Polish Soldiers and German Anti-Fascists — The twin columns symbolize the joint struggle of Poles and Germans against fascism …

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  • 16 Cavalry — Cavalrymen redirects here. For the 1955 French film, see Les Hussards. French 4th Hussar at the battle of Friedland, 1807 …

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  • 17 Polish cavalry — The Polish cavalry ( pl. kawaleria) can trace its origins back to the days of Medieval mounted knights. Poland had always been a country of flatlands and fields and mounted forces operate well in this environment. The knights and heavy horse… …

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  • 18 Cavalry tactics — For much of history humans have used some form of cavalry for war. Cavalry tactics have evolved over time. Tactically, the main advantages of cavalry over infantry troops were greater mobility, bigger impact and a higher… …

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  • 19 Cologne War — Part of Protestant Reformation and Counter Reformation …

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  • 20 Battle of White Bird Canyon — The Battle of White Bird Canyon was fought on June 17, 1877 in Idaho Territory. The battle was the opening battle of the war with the Nez Perce nation and represented a significant defeat of the U.S. Army. It was fought in the western part of… …

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