Translation of horse artillery in Spanish:

horse artillery

artillería montada, n.

noun

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    artillería montada feminine
    • In November 1855, he returned to the horse artillery.
    • In 1815, he was promoted to be captain of horse artillery.
    • Cavalry units often contained a component of horse artillery.
    • The creation of horse artillery provided a mobile reserve.
    • The next level down was the commander of the fire unit—the horse artillery troop or foot artillery company—equivalent to modern batteries.
    • The horse artillery demonstrated fully the characteristics for which it is noted.
    • The cavalry commander offered him all the horse artillery to use as he wished.
    • At Waterloo he showed undaunted bravery whilst directing the cavalry and horse artillery.
    • Pictures of horses and horse artillery are replaced by pictures of planes, tanks, and helicopters.
    • If the advance guard is intended to occupy an area of ground rapidly, this will be done by cavalry with horse artillery present if required.