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Question 1: [3] However, in ________ it has become a common English term to apply to troops from earlier historical periods.
SiegeNaval warfareAncient warfareMilitary history

Question 2: In the beginning of the 17th century, ________ appeared and quickly became the main and most common type of infantry in the European countries.
Royal Irish Regiment (1992)Structure of the British ArmyInfantry of the British ArmyThe Rifles

Question 3: Formations such as those now form a part of many armed forces and are referred to as airmobile infantry, and delivering infantry into battle on helicopters is known as an ________.
Airborne forcesUH-1 IroquoisSikorsky H-34Air assault

Question 4: Infantry used all sorts of melee weapons, such as various types swords, ________, and maces, as well as ranged weapons such as javelins, bows, and slings.
Drill bitAxeBillhookAdze

Question 5: ________ can be undertaken either in reserve or on the front, but consists of using infantry troops as labor for construction of field positions, roads, bridges, airfields, and all other manner of structures.
ConstructionBuilding services engineeringCivil engineeringStructural engineering

Question 6: Before the development of ________ in the 19th century, infantry armies got to the battlefield by walking, or sometimes by ship.
Train stationTransportRail transportTrain

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Japan Ground Self-Defense Force infantry wearing helmets and camouflage, 2006.
  Canadian reserve infantrymen train in urban operations.
  Infantry of the Royal Irish Rifles during the Battle of the Somme in World War I.
  Canadian reserve infantrymen train in urban operations.

Question 8: After the Spanish ________, many other nations combined firearms with extremely long pikes into units that were virtually invincible against cavalry formations.
16th centuryEighty Years' WarTercioSpanish Empire

Question 9: Infantry doctrine is the concise expression of how infantry forces contribute to campaigns, major operations, ________, and engagements.
BattleSiegeMilitary strategyMilitary history

Question 10: And in the end they are the guys that wars can't be won without." [7]________
Ernie PyleWashington, D.C.New MexicoAlbuquerque, New Mexico


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