See also:company or assemblage of persons, the
See also:term being usually applied in the plural to a
See also:body of soldiers of varying strength and of different arms . Specifically, a `.`
See also:troop " is one of the smaller units into which a regiment of
See also:horse-soldiers is divided, forming a subdivision of a
See also:squadron . Roughly speaking, it consists of sixteen files, and does not exceed from 30 to 40 sabres; in some armies, however, a maximum limit of 6o sabres are found (see
See also:CAVALRY) . For the military ceremony known as " trooping of the
See also:colours," see COLOURS, MILITARY .
TROPHY (Gr. Tpo7rauov, from TpE7rw, put to flight; ...
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