Merrill's Marauders


plural noun

the U.S. soldiers under the command of Brigadier General Frank Merrill during World War II, noted especially for their skill at jungle fighting in the China-Burma-India theater.

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Also called Merrill's Raiders .

Origin of Merrill's Marauders

First recorded in 1940–45

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