Infantry Branch

Some articles on infantry, infantry branch:

Tanks Of The United States - World Wars - Post-World War I
... of the Senate and House Committee on Military Affairs that the tank be subordinated to the infantry ... As a result, the 1920 National Defense Act disbanded the unit and reassigned its tanks to the infantry branch, with only two heavy and four light battalions escaping post-war ... The American Liberty tanks equipped a single unit the 67th Infantry (Tank) Regiment, based in Aberdeen, Maryland ...
History Of The Tank - Between The Wars
35 BT tank Cruiser Mk I Cruiser Mk II Cruiser Mk III SOMUA S35 Infantry FCM 36 Infantry Mk I, Matilda Renault R35 T-26 Type 89 Heavy Char B1 Char 2C Neubaufahrzeug SMK T-35 T-100 Type 95 ... main role of the tank was considered to be that of close support for the infantry. 2) the need for combined training of tanks with other combat arms, especially the infantry (3) the need for improved means of communication and of methods for determining and maintaining ...
Order Of Saint Maurice
... Order of Saint Maurice is awarded by the National Infantry Association and the certificate is signed by the Chief of Infantry of the United States Army ... – The highest level, for those who have made a significant contribution to the Infantry ... Must be or have been Infantry Branch ...
South African Infantry Corps
... The South African Infantry Corps is the largest combat corps within the South African Army ... The unit originated as the Infantry Branch of the Union Defence Forces in 1913 ... It included the South African Infantry, comprising twelve battalions, and the Cape Corps, comprising two battalions of Coloured volunteers ...

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