Field Artillery


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field artillery

[′fēld är‚til·ə·rē]
(ordnance)
Artillery mounted on carriages, and mobile enough to accompany infantry or armored units in the field.

Field Artillery

 

artillery that is organic to combined arms units of various sizes. In the Soviet armed forces, field artillery is called troop (unit) artillery.

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Those colonels (formerly division artillery commanders) and brigadier generals (formerly corps artillery commanders) who served as the senior FSCOORDs had the training, experience, confidence, and access to the senior maneuver and JTF commanders that our current field artillery commanders do not.
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Here the stovepipes are the Infantry, Armor, Air Defense, Field Artillery, and so on.
Regimental Sergeant Major John Francis Jordan of Thurles, a retired member of the elite Third Field Artillery Regiment, has been awarded the International Veteran Millennium Medal by a prestigious international body..
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