Congratulations to Future Soldier Boris Tejada! He enlisted in the U.S. Army for MOS 11X (Infantryman). Lucky guy also received a bonus of $16,000! He begins training in September at Historic Fort Benning Georgia, home of the Infantry.We are proud of his decision to join the U.S. Army! #infantry#goarmy#USarmy#careers#richmondca
A clip from my block of instruction for #professionalgunfighter#eib#expertinfantrybadge#infantry#gruntproblems#paratrooper#usarmy#ncolife anyone can be an “instructor” you just read off the paper. But to be a “teacher” you have to be a master of the subject material and have an understanding of your audience and what they need specifically to learn. I enjoy taking care of soldiers and I get those most out of teaching and training them. This is what I’m still doing in the Army. This is what keeps me here. It’s not always flashy shooting stuff, sometimes it’s just improving skill level 1 tasks that even if they fail in the end has improved the effectiveness of the force.
The British Redcoats _______________________________________________________ -Redcoat) is the historical term given to the British non-commissioned men who served during the American Revolution, between 1775 and 1783. The British Army soldiers between 1760 and 1860 wore red uniforms and fought in the Wolfe’s war, the defeat at Quebec, the Wellington’s Peninsular War, the Waterloo conflict, the Kabul retreat, the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny, the Georgian war, and also in the Victorian England conflict.
In the American Revolution, the Red Coats fought against the American rebels, militia and their Spanish and French allies of North America in the battles at Canada, New England, New York, Philadelphia, Virginia, and also in Florida and the West Indies. Apart from the British Regular Army units, the Red Coats included German Auxiliaries, militia, West Indian Forces, Local Volunteer Corps, and Provincial Units assembled from the Loyalists and Canadians. #historiansunion#militaryhistory#redcoats#18thcentury#war#infantry