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accouterment (often pl.) one's outfit or equipment, esp. that of a soldier, exclusive of arms and uniform. [1/2 definitions]
adventurer one who seeks fortune through risky or brave actions; soldier of fortune. [1/3 definitions]
Anzac a soldier in the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps during World War I (acronym for "Australia and New Zealand Army Corps"). [2 definitions]
bluecoat one who wears a blue coat or uniform, esp. a police officer or a Union soldier in the U.S. Civil War.
carbineer a soldier armed with a carbine.
comrade in arms a fellow soldier.
continental (cap.) a soldier in the American Revolutionary forces. [1/6 definitions]
cuirassier a cavalry soldier who wears a cuirass.
debrief to question (an astronaut, soldier, or the like) in order to obtain any information gathered during a mission.
equipage the outfit or set of equipment belonging to a soldier, ship, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
footlocker a small trunk used to store clothing and personal belongings, as of a soldier, and often kept at the foot of one's bed.
foot soldier a soldier who marches and fights on foot; infantryman.
freelance (usu. written " free lance") in the Middle Ages, a mercenary soldier. [1/6 definitions]
fusilier a soldier armed with a fusil.
gendarme a soldier serving a police function, esp. in France. [1/2 definitions]
GI a present or former member of the U.S. military, usu. an enlisted soldier. [1/4 definitions]
grenadier formerly, an elite foot soldier or a soldier specializing in using grenades. [1/2 definitions]
grunt (slang) an infantry soldier. [1/7 definitions]
guidon a soldier who carries a guidon. [1/2 definitions]
gunner a soldier, sailor, or the like who operates or helps to operate artillery. [1/2 definitions]
Gurkha a Nepalese soldier in the British or Indian army. [1/2 definitions]