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American infantrymen marching along a road. Watten, France

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Hiding troop movements by smoke screens. American infantrymen are perfecting a scheme for throwing smoke before their advance, thus baffling the enemy in his attempt to determine where the next strike will take place

Army of Occupation - Band playing before an interesting audience of 69th Infantrymen, and German youngsters

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Paris, France. Fourth of July Celebration, Place de Jens, American Infantrymen marching

American Red Cross - Groups - Austin Nichols Units drill at McCarren Park. Photo shows members of the Austin Nichols American Red Cross Units and Infantrymen drilling in McCarren Park, Brooklyn, N.Y

American Red Cross - In the Zone of Advance - Activities - U.S. Canteens in France. Doughboys in front of the American Red Cross canteen in the St. Mihiel salient. They are waiting for their turn in distribution of doughnuts, cigarettes and magazines. This outpost outfit followed a few miles behind the doughboys in their new advance. When the American infantrymen dug in, the American Red Cross dug in also under a ruined house, started their fires, and within a few hours were serving thousands of weary but enthusiastic Americans with hot drinks and other comforts

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Independence Day Parade, Fifth Avenue, New York City, July 4, 1918. American Infantrymen on the march

Ceremonies - Liberations - Belgium - Belgian troops enter Bruges for the first time in four years. Two days before the King and Queen of Belgium returned to Bruges, for the first time in four years, Belgian infantrymen, who had driven the Germans from the city, entered the town for the first time since the retreat from the city in 1914

The enemy could not withstand the fierce attacks of the American infantrymen

Troops in Australia. Under cover of tall grass, Australian troops crouch behind an American light tank in fighting at Buna. This picture, taken during actual warfare, shows infantrymen following up the tank as it advances to clear out Japanese pillboxes on the edge of Semini Creek

Australian fighting forces in action at Papua. Infantrymen advance as an Australian-manned American tank blast Japanese pillboxes and clear trees of snipers. In one morning's fighting this tank's machine guns fired 10,000 rounds. The picture was taken during actual warfare

Singapore, Malaya Infantrymen of the Indian Army crossing a river in collapsible rubber boats.

Photograph of American Infantrymen and a Horse Trudging behind an Armored Vehicle in the Snow-Covered Ardennes Forest

Fort Benning paratroopers. Infantrymen of the skies in training at Fort Benning, Georgia. These paratroopers, who perform many important military duties, know some tricks the Axis won't like

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Commander of a Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Member of an all-Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro infantry. These Negro infantrymen, enjoying a well-earned rest period during training exercises at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, represent a good type of soldier. When the Engineer Corps regiment to which they belong is graduated from Fort Belvoir they will be well prepared for military duty

Fort Benning paratroopers. One of the toughest of American soldiers is the paratrooper, a man who touches ground fighting These infantrymen of the skies in training at Fort Benning, Georgia will perform many important chores for the Army

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Commander of a Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Member of an all-Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

Typical members of the Free French naval force and the voluntiers tirailleurs (infantrymen)

Fort Benning paratroopers. Infantrymen of the skies in training at Fort Benning, Georgia. These paratroopers, who perform many important military duties, know some tricks the Axis won't like

Fort Benning paratroopers. Infantrymen of the skies in training at Fort Benning, Georgia. These paratroopers, who perform many important military duties, know some tricks the Axis won't like

Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Negro tank crews. Member of an all-Negro tank crew in training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The hard, steady routine of war exercises at this post is changing men with little or no previous experience into competent tank crew members, infantrymen and specialists in the manifold tasks of the Engineer Corps

[Infantrymen carrying back Jap prisoner shelter-half - was told Jap couldn't or wouldn't walk and wanted to die, Horses' Neck front]

Photograph of Infantrymen Pushing through the Hurtgen Forest in Germany

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen of the 82nd Airborne Division

Photograph taken from a Captured German Film Shows German Infantrymen Knocked-Out and Burning American Vehicles

Photograph of Infantrymen Moving into the Town of Percy, France

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen Moving into Bonneville, France

Photograph of Infantrymen Passing through Witte, Luxemburg

Photograph of Infantrymen Crossing a Belgian Farm near the Town of Habay-LA-Neuve

Photograph of American Infantrymen Racing across an Open Field to Reach a German Pillbox

Photograph of Infantrymen in Bastogne, Belgium

Photographs of Third Army Infantrymen Moving Cautiously through the Streets of Moircy, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen Entering the Town of St. Hubert, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen Taking Their Positions

Photographs of American Infantrymen Near Amonines, Belgium

Photograph of Infantrymen in Beffe, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen Near Iveldingen, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen of an Armored Division in Born, Belgium

Photograph of Infantrymen of Company E, 2nd Battalion, 30th Division

Photograph of Infantrymen at the Bronze Monument to Auguste Barholdi

First Marine Division Infantrymen Take to a Rugged Hillside in Wiping Out Enemy Troops Who Have Set up a Road Block Against the Allied Advance

A view of some of the C-rations that infantrymen dine on during field training exercises

Infantrymen prepare their meals in a field mess during a combat training exercise

A view of a meal typical of what infantrymen dine on in the field

Infantrymen move out after exiting UH-1 Iroquois helicopters during a field training exercise

Infantrymen rappel from a UH-1 Iroquois helicopter during field training exercises

Infantrymen prepares a Chaparral Surface-to-Air weapon system for use during a training exercise

Two Marines followed by infantrymen, sweep the road with mine detectors (ANTRS-153). The Marines using the detectors, are members of the Combat Engineers Battalion. They are going through combat readiness evaluation at the Pakalula Training Area

Combat-ready U.S. Marine infantrymen and tanks move toward their objective on Red Beach. The 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade is participating in the NATO exercise Northern Wedding

Marine Corps infantrymen of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Marines, 3rd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, sit on the ground around a M60A1 tank. The crewmen of the tank, from the 1ST Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, conduct classes on the nomenclature of the tank

Marine Corps infantrymen of Company B, 1ST Battalion, 3rd Marines, 3rd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, are given classes on the M60A1 tank. The crewmen of the tank, from the 1ST Marine Division, are giving the classes

Marine Corps infantrymen from 1ST Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, (BLT 1/3) embark a Marine Corps CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter, that will take them from the amphibious assault ship, USS TARAWA (LHA-1) to a point inland during Operation Valiant Usher 1-81-A

Infantrymen are instructed in the operation of mine detection equipment

Infantrymen rappel down a cliff during a training exercise

Infantrymen from Co. B, 1ST Bn., 8th Marines, charge up a hill to a bunker during Operation CAX 1-2-82 at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

Three infantrymen from Company B, 1ST Battalion, 4th Marines, are in a defensive position with their M16A1 rifles at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center. Behind them is an LVTP7 tracked landing vehicle

U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade, check a map as they play the role of aggressors during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82). They are dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen and are armed with Soviet rifles

Two U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade play the role of aggressors dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen armed with Soviet rifles, during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82)

A U.S. Marine from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade, playing the role of an aggressor dressed as a Soviet naval infantrymen and armed with a Soviet rifle, waits in ambush during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82)

U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade, play the role of aggressors dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen armed with Soviet rifles, during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82)

After dropping off infantrymen in a landing zone, two UH-60A Black Hawk helicopters proceed out of the open area to avoid "enemy" fire, during Exercise Ocean Venture '82

Infantrymen from Company C, 502nd Infantry exit a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter from the 158th Aviation Battalion during the first assault mission of Exercise Ocean Venture '82

Infantrymen receive instruction in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) during a first-aid training course at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen undergo "gas chamber" training at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen undergo "gas chamber" training at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen participate in a diagnostic physical training test at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen practice decontamination procedures on their chemical warfare gear as part of common task skill testing at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen practice decontamination procedures on their chemical warfare gear as part of common task skill testing at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen work through an obstacle on the confidence course during their training at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen prepare ammunition for a live fire exercise on the Boydston Range at the Army Center

Infantrymen undergo advanced driver training with an M60A1 tank at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen undergo "gas chamber" training at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen receive instruction in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) during a first-aid training course at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen participate in a diagnostic physical training test at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen undergo "gas chamber" training at the Army Armor Center

Infantrymen equipped with arctic field gear march down a road during Exercise Brim Frost '83

Infantrymen are trained in rappelling from a UH-60 Black Hawk (Blackhawk) helicopter at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen are trained in rapelling from a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

An instructor walks between two ranks of infantrymen asking questions to test their mental alertness at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen are ordered to do push-ups when they cannot pass inspection at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo physical training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen are trained in rapelling techniques at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen undergo obstacle course training at the Army Air Assault School

Infantrymen learn to operate an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle in the water. This amphibious vehicle is propelled in the water by its tracks

Infantrymen train in water combat operations in an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle at Victory Pond. This amphibious vehicle is propelled in the water by its tracks

Infantrymen check the gun of an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle prior to firing. The main arament consists of an M242 25 mm Chain Gun

Infantrymen fire the M242 25 mm Chain Gun of an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle during qualification tests on a firing range

Infantrymen prepare to fire during qualifications tests on an M2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle on a firing range. The vehicle is equipped with an M242 25 mm Chain Gun and a 7.62 mm M240C machine gun

Grenadian children walk down a road behind US infantrymen during Operation URGENT FURY

Artwork: "German Infantrymen in Winter Clothes," 1942. Artist: H. Stehr. Catalog Number: G.D.I.7482.47. US Army Art Collection

Korean children wave American flags as members of the 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning) march by, during a parade taking place near Camp Page. The infantrymen are in Korea to participate in the joint South Korea/US Exercise Team Spirit '84

Infantrymen prepare to fire a tube-launched, optically-tracked, wire-guided (TOW) missile system during exercise Gallant Eagle '82 at the National Training Center