Riflemen

Some articles on riflemen:

Mad Minute
... Mad minute was a pre-World War I term used by British riflemen during training to describe scoring 15 hits onto a 12" round target at 300 yd (274.3 m) within one minute using a bolt-act ... It was not uncommon during the First World War for riflemen to greatly exceed this score ... Many riflemen could average 30+ shots, while the record, set in 1914 by Sergeant Instructor Alfred Snoxall was 38 hits ...
Lithuanian Riflemen's Union
... Lithuanian Riflemen's Union or Union of Lithuanian Riflemen (Lithuanian Lietuvos Šaulių Sąjunga), also referred to as šauliai (Lithuanian šaulys for rifleman) a nationalistic paramilitary organisation with ...
Young Riflemen
... Young Riflemen (Lithuanian Jaunieji Šauliai) is a patriotic youth paramilitary organization in Lithuania ... It accepts people from 12 to 18 years of age and is a subordinate to Lithuanian Riflemen Union with "Young Riflemen" making about 61% of the whole membership (about 4 thousand) of the union ...
Cape Mounted Riflemen
... The Cape Mounted Riflemen were South African military units ... distinguish them, some military historians describe the first as the "imperial" Cape Mounted Riflemen (originally the "Cape Regiment"), and the second as the "colonial" Cape Mounted Riflemen ...
Red Latvian Riflemen
... They became known as Red Latvian Riflemen (Latvian Latviešu sarkanie strēlnieki, Russian красные латышские стрелки) and actively participated in the ... The Riflemen took an active part in the suppression of anti-Bolshevik uprisings in Moscow and Yaroslavl in 1918 ... The Latvian Red Riflemen were instrumental in the attempt to establish Soviet rule in Latvia in 1919 ...