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infantryman in Army topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinfantrymanin‧fan‧try‧man /ˈɪnfəntrimən/ noun (plural infantrymen /-mən/) [countable]  PMAa soldier who fights on foot
Examples from the Corpus
infantrymanGeneral Norman Schwarzkopf rose through the army ranks on his feet, as an infantryman.His tailpiece, most aptly, is Eric Gill's woodcut of an infantryman trudging along his Via Dolorosa.The basic load was 200 rounds for each infantryman.The single dead Prussian infantryman, his uniform already looted of food and coins, lay by the bridge.The Prussian infantryman clapped his hands to his sword-whipped face, trying to cram his eyes back into their sockets.Seven infantrymen are carried in the back, forming the dismounting element.The rejoicing was not shared by the weary infantrymen who had just fought their way on to it.