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The Royal 22nd Regiment mortar platoon ready to fire... Private Daniel Primeau, Private Raymond Romeo, and Private Julien Blondin...  / Le peloton de mortiers du 22e Royal Régiment est prêt à tirer... Daniel Primeau, Raymond Romeo et Julien Blondin... | by BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives

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Men of the U.S. 7th Regiment, Third Division, plod along dusty Korean road alongside lumbering tank during field maneuver on Oct. 11, 1953. Although the fighting has halted, the United Nations troops in Korea are continuing their battle training. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

Men of the U. Regiment, Third Division, plod along dusty Korean road alongside lumbering tank during field maneuver on Oct. Although the fighting has halted, the United Nations troops in Korea are continuing their battle training

Infantrymen of the South Saskatchewan Regiment. September 9, 1944, Nieuport, Belgium.

Kraft and Henry Edward Looker, infantrymen of the South Saskatchewan Regiment, Infantry Brigade, Canadian Infantry.

Lance-Corporal George Gagnon, 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), aboard a Landing Ship Tank fusing hand grenades to be used on D-Day. Southampton, England, 4 June 1944.

Lance-Corporal George Gagnon, 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), aboard a Landing Ship Tank fusing hand grenades to be used on D-Day. Southampton, England, 4 June 1944.

Royal 22nd Regiment disembark, Italy Credit: Canada: Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Restrictions on use: NIL

of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Restrictions on use: NIL

Soldiers of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division set up a mortar on Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on June 6, 1944.

Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division set up a mortar on JUNO Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on June 6

Taking cover behind their Sherman tank escort, one man of this Ranger patrol of the Regimental Combat Team, US Infantry Division, uses his BAR to return the heavy Chinese.

Infantry about to clamber aboard Sherman tanks during the assault on Venraij, 17 October 1944.

Infantry about to clamber aboard Sherman tanks during the assault on Venraij, 17 October

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self-propelled artillery vehicle of B Battery Armored Field Artillery Battalion US X Corps firing shells at North Korean defensive lines 1 July

KOREAN WAR: INFANTRYMEN. American Infantrymen supported by tanks advance up a hill in Korea, 1952.

KOREAN WAR: INFANTRYMEN. American Infantrymen supported by tanks advance up a hill in Korea, 1952.

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