(1827-1863) Civil War union general
(1829-1890) Soldier that commanded Union troops during the Civil War.
Two soldiers firing their weapons. One is standing behind a tree, while the other is in the crouching…
(1839-1876) Soldier who led a group of soldiers to annihilation
(1751-1780) German soldier who fought along Lafayette in the American Revolutionary war
The Seal of the State of Delaware, 1793-1847. The seal shows a farmer, a soldier, Delaware's coat of…
Marching at twice the cadence of "Forward March;" 100 to 180 steps per min. something of a light jog.…
An illustration of a dragon holding a knight and a horse in his claw.
(1816-1894) Soldier and Lawyer who fought against the Seminoles and in the Mexican War
Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth (April 11, 1837 – May 24, 1861) was a lawyer and soldier, best known as…
At the command right, turn the head to the right oblique, eyes fixed on the line of eyes of the men…
"In bleeding from the thigh, leg, or foot press backward with the thumbs on the femoral artery at the…
"Used with indistinct or invisible targets and to define sectors." — Moss, 1914
A man firing his rifle from a doorway.
A soldier crouched in a window, firing his rifle from the covered position.
Nicholas Fish (1758-1833) was an American Revolutionary soldier, born in New York City.
Order give to soldiers instructing them to attach their bayonets to the end of their rifles.
A Roman foot soldier.
Demonstration of the command to go forward.
French soldier, 1901
(1823-1903) American general that served in the War with Mexico and in the Civil War.
A man wearing a gambeson from about 1375. A gambeson is a quilted padded jacket worn as armor.
Monument of twentieth United States President, James Abram Garfield in Washington, D.C.
The twentieth United States President, James Abram Garfield.
(1728-1806) Soldier that became general of the Continental Army
The Gauntlet is a piece of protective armor for the hand, dating back to the 12th century. The first…
(1815-1872) The first mayor of San Francisco and General in the Union during the Civil War.
A picture depicting some of General Grant's exploits.
A battle between English and French forces in Quebec.
The Seal of the State of Georgia, 1799. The seal shows an arch with three pillars symbolizing the constitution…
German soldier, 1901
Sir Humphrey Gilbert (c. 1539 - 9 September 1583) was an English murderer, adventurer, explorer, member…
(1826-1905) Cuban soldier and patriot that fought to win the freedom of Cuba from Spain
An illustration of a soldiers grave in Augusta, GA.
British soldier, 1901
"The Great White Horse. By Albrect Dürer. From the engraving on copper." -Heath, 1901
A scene from ancient Greece, possibly from a vase.
A Greek soldier with his family.
A monument of Athenian foot soldier, found near Marathon.
"In the Homeric times, the Greeks used a belt for the sword, and another for the shield. These passed…
(1844-1935) Explorer and soldier that volunteered in the Civil War and lead an expedition to the Artic.
"A Grenadier. From a drawing by Horace Vernet." -Rees, 1894
A pictorial banner illustrated with a guard leaning on a ledge looking over the city.
Joseph Habersham (July 28, 1751 - November 17, 1815) was an American businessman, Georgia politician,…
"Carry the hand to the shoulder; rapidly thrust the hand upward the full extent of the arm several times."…
Used to stop a unit (formation) from marching by calling it ether on the right or left foot.
(1818-1902) Soldier of the Confederacy and United States Senator from South Carolina.
(1824-1886) American soldier that served in the Mexican War, Seminole War and ion the Western Frontier.
An illustration of two hands shaking with a man standing in the distance at attention.
""The crested Achilles was pressing on in his chariot." Some idea of the ancient crests may be formed…
"[The paguridae] includes the Hermit or Soldier Crab, Pagurus Bernardus, the abdominal portion…
(1831-1879) Soldier that joined Confederate forces.
(1831-1879) American soldier who resigned to serve in the Confederate Army
(1830-1909) Union soldier who was a part of Stonewall's attack and led troops in Sherman's March to…
A medal awarded to soldiers, in honor of Isaac Hull.
William Hutchings was born in York, Maine in 1764. He was a soldier who fought in the American Revolutionary…
"At the second command take the position of arms. Seize the bolt handle with the thumb and forefinger…
Italian soldier, 1901
(1824-1863) Union soldier during the American Civil war