Definition of artilleryman
: a soldier in the artillery
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General Drozdov, who had been an artilleryman during World War II and reached Berlin with the Red Army, was fluent in German, having graduated from a military language institute in the 1950s.
Larry Clemens, U.S. Marine Corps veteran, entered the service in December 1968 as an artilleryman attached to the 75th Field Artillery, 1st Battalion, assigned to Hill 34 and Hill 65 in Vietnam.
Doug served four years in the Army as an artilleryman and paratrooper, left with an honorable discharge and a good-conduct medal, then joined the National Guard.
The threat of being out-sticked by Russian artillery and forced to operate within their range is not appealing to American artillerymen.
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