Definition of Artillerist. Meaning of Artillerist. Synonyms of Artillerist

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Definition of Artillerist

Artillerist
Artillerist Ar*til"ler*ist, n. A person skilled in artillery or gunnery; a gunner; an artilleryman.

Meaning of Artillerist from wikipedia

- The Reading Artillerists was a militia organization founded in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania during the late 18th century. Mustering in for the first...
- Michael Richards (1673-1721) was an Irish military engineer who rose to become Chief Engineer of Great Britain and Surveyor-General of the Ordnance. He...
- William Crozier (February 19, 1855 – November 11, 1942) was a career United States Army officer in the Ordnance Corps and the 11th Chief of Ordnance. Born...
- Andrew Cowan (September 29, 1841 – August 23, 1919) served as a Union artillerist in the American Civil War. He distinguished himself at the Battle of...
- Regiment of Artillerists The ****ets of the First and Second Regiments of Artillerists and Engineers were combined to form the Regiment of Artillerists, without...
- John Bell (1 March 1747 – 1 June 1798) was an English artillerist. He was the eldest son of a hatter at Carlisle, ****bria, where he was born. His father...
- патроны СП-5, СП-6 и ПАБ-9" [Special bullets SP-5, SP-6 and PAB-9.]. artillerist.ru (in Russian). 2008-04-02. Archived from the original on October 16...
- who became a decorated artillerist in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He was noted as one of the finest artillerists in the Army of the Potomac...
- (Novara, 23 July 1808 – Turin, 23 December 1879) was an Italian soldier, artillerist and inventor. He is credited with the creation of the first successful...
- (link) H****ler, William Woods (1995). Colonel John Pelham: Lee's Boy Artillerist. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press. pp...
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