regimental

adjective
reg·​i·​men·​tal | \ ˌre-jə-ˈmen-tᵊl How to pronounce regimental (audio) \

Definition of regimental

1 : of or relating to a regiment

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Given his name, Cruachan IV is, unsurprisingly, the fourth Cruachan to serve as the regimental mascot of The Royal Regiment of Scotland, but the royal family's connection dates back to the very first. Chloe Foussianes, Town & Country, "Queen Elizabeth and Prince Harry Have Both Had Run-ins with Cruachan, the Mischevious Shetland Pony," 17 Jan. 2019 In 1916, Europe volunteered for military service, becoming a lieutenant in the 15th Regiment of the New York National Guard, his duty being to form and direct a regimental band. John Check, WSJ, "‘Making Music American’ Review: Turning Swords Into Saxophones," 28 Dec. 2018 Oftentimes, the event is supported by music, usually the regimental band from Wellington Barracks, playing traditional marches and military songs. Christian Allaire, Vogue, "Buckingham Palace Has a Mamma Mia! Moment During the Changing of the Guard," 27 July 2018 During each Trooping the Colour ceremony, one from among the Foot Guard regiments takes its turn presenting its regimental colors down the ranks. Erin Hill, PEOPLE.com, "It's the Most Royal Day of the Year! All About Trooping the Colour — and Meghan Markle's Debut," 8 June 2018 At regimental headquarters, the general received reports of bad sniping and enfilading machine gun fire from the forward units. Washington Post, "AP WAS THERE: 75 years ago, reporter lands on Attu Island," 29 May 2018 Rumor has it that during World War II, British army officers buried regimental silvers in the lawn there to hide them from invading Japanese forces. Chun Han Wong, WSJ, "Fit for a Kim: Singapore’s Fantasy Island, Where U.S. and North Korea Will Meet," 11 June 2018 During the Horse Guards Parade, Kate watched Queen Elizabeth take the salute and review her immaculate troops as the Colour, a regimental flag, was paraded in the ceremony, which dates back to the 18th century. Dana Rose Falcone, PEOPLE.com, "See Kate Middleton's 2011 Trooping the Colour Debut 3 Days Before Meghan Markle Makes Hers!," 6 June 2018 The museum obtained the men's enlistment and mustering paperwork, and regimental and company logs. Dennis Hohenberger, Courant Community, "Exhibit Focuses On Locals In Civil War," 14 Mar. 2018

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1629, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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