Regiment

The Regiment is often considered to be the most important unit in the British Army. It carries the spirit of the people who have gone before and would usually contain approximately 650 soldiers depending on its cap badge and role. Sometimes Infantry Regiments have more than one unit of this size and they should be correctly referred to as a Battali… ...

Regiment

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regiment

[n] - army unit smaller than a division 2. [v] - form into a regiment, of military personnel 3. [v] - subject to rigid discipline, order, and systematization 4. [v] - assign to a regiment, of soldiers
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regiment

Military formation equivalent to a battalion in parts of the British army, and to a brigade in the armies of many other countries. In the British infantry, a regiment may include more than one...
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Regiment

In the British Army, an administrative military unit which recruited soldiers and sent them to war in battalions. Usually two battalions to a regiment.
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Regiment

Reg'i·ment (-m e nt) noun [ French régiment a regiment of men, Old French also government, Latin regimentum government, from regere to guide, rule. See Regimen .] 1. Government; mode of ruling; rule; authority; regimen. [ Obsolete] Spenser. ' Regi...
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Regiment

Reg'i·ment transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Regimented ; present participle & verbal noun Regimenting .] To form into a regiment or into regiments. Washington.
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regiment

noun army unit smaller than a division
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Regiment

• (v. t.) To form into classified units or bodies; to systematize according to classes, districts or the like. • (v. t.) To form into a regiment or into regiments. • (n.) A region or district governed. • (n.) A body of men, either horse, foot, or artillery, commanded by a colonel, and consisting of a number of companies, usually...
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regiment

in most armies, a body of troops headed by a colonel and organized for tactical control into companies, battalions, or squadrons. French cavalry ... [3 related articles]
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Regiment

In military terms, a regiment is a large body of troops, under the command of a superior officer, with a permanent depot forming a permanent unit of an army. A regiment is further sub-divided into other units, battalions, for operational purposes. Traditionally regiments would be local, such as being raised, and based, in a city, county or district...
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Regiment

A regiment is a title used by some military units. The size of a regiment varies markedly, depending on the country and the arm of service. Originally the term `regiment` simply denoted a large body of men under a single leader. Historically, in the 17th century, a full-strength regiment was hypothetically a thousand men commanded by a colonel. .....
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regiment

army unit smaller than a division
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