newly arrived military troops; replacement military troops
At the Htel Saint-Pol you will find forty archers of monsieur the dauphin's new guard: you will take them.
A new guard was sent, and the balance of the old guard relieved.
The prisoners having arrived opposite the interval in the new guard, he commands: 1.
It was dawn when he reached the Foundation building; a new guard was at the front entrance.
ARMS, as soon as the new guard shall have cleared the old guard.
Roland Riggs, the new guard, became quite a man about the place.
As soon as the new guard arrives we are to go back to camp and camp fare again.
After the new guard was posted I had but little to do, except to see to it that the reliefs were changed at the proper time.
Then crawl in, and go to sleep, advised the new guard, as he watched Ethan trying to smother a huge yawn.
I reached guard headquarters just in time to march the new guard out for inspection.