Shortly after the bombs stopped falling Peshmerga infantry units began their advance.
In Vietnam, Lewis was advisor to a Vietnamese infantry unit, whose nickname for him was “Captain of Many Kilos.”
But victory or defeat for Obama is going to be determined in the infantry war.
When I meet him, I expect him to be wearing something heroic, like an infantry coat.
Sometimes they are almost amusing, like when a group of infantry soldiers filmed themselves dancing to Ke$ha's Tick Tock.
The infantry is followed by about fifty cavalrymen with drawn swords.
Two hundred infantry were also sent by the Signory for its defense.
The headquarters of the Tenth infantry were established at Carlisle barracks.
The midshipmen guessed rightly that it was a column of Russian infantry.
Here and there we came across improvised bivouacs of infantry.
1570s, from French infantrie, from older Italian, Spanish infanteria "foot soldiers, force composed of those too inexperienced or low in rank for cavalry," from infante "foot soldier," originally "a youth," from Latin infantem (see infant). Meaning "infants collectively" is recorded from 1610s.