Some articles on fire, heavy fire, heavy:
... Puller's Marines, who took cover and returned fire ... Soon after occupying the ridge, Rogers' men came under heavy fire from two directions from Oka's forces ... Despite taking some casualties from their own artillery fire, most of the Marines made it to the beach near Point Cruz by 1630 ...
... joined a small party that, under a heavy fire, captured a stockade and saved the bridge ... held an important position under heavy fire ... surprised and nearly overwhelmed, he dashed forward under a heavy fire, reached the right of the regiment, where the danger was greatest, rallied the men and ...
... to bring his ships closer to the British battlecruisers, and a minute later, the order to open fire was given ... pursuers, and at 1800 Grosser Kurfürst was forced to shift fire from Princess Royal to the battleship Valiant, though by 1816 Valiant too had moved out of range ... line while advancing to torpedo range, they smothered Wiesbaden with fire from their main guns ...
... Caught by surprise, the French division to the left of the 1st Canadian Division was routed, with heavy casualties ... Fisher and six other men went forward with a machine-gun and, under heavy fire, covered the retreat of the battery, losing four men in the process ... from the 14th Battalion, he went forward again into St Julien to fire on the swarming Germans ...
01863-05-03May 3, 1863 Voluntarily exposed himself to a heavy fire during the thickest of the fight and carried wounded men to the rear for treatment and attendance ... of his company by carrying him under a hot musketry fire, to a place of safety ... distinguished himself in the face of the bitter enemy fire and was highly commended by his divisional officer ...
Famous quotes containing the words fire and/or heavy:
“Rumble thy bellyful! Spit, fire! Spout, rain!
Nor rain, wind, thunder, fire are my daughters.
I tax you not, you elements, with unkindness;
I never gave you kingdom, called you children.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“O kinsmen of the Three in One,
O kinsmen, bless the hands that play.
The notes they waken shall live on
When all this heavy historys done;
Our hands, our hands must ebb away.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)