A regiment of United States lancers were drawn up in a hollow square round the Lethal Chamber.
“Bonkers solider gets into the SAS, then disgraces the regiment and his comrades,” he wrote on Twitter.
The three soldiers in question left the regiment after a photo surfaced in 2008 showing them making Nazi salutes over a Nazi flag.
The regiment the child actors faced at Educational Pictures was extreme and included a “punishment box.”
The six soldiers all came from the same British regiment, the Lancashire Fusiliers.
The regiment was in cantonments near the northern frontier of India.
A regiment which had left Fort Colburne was said to be on the road to reinforce them.
St. Clair marches, Wayne marches, Irving follows with his regiment.
There was no interruption this time, and early in the morning the regiment was up and away.
Si stopped and waited a few minutes until his own regiment got past, thinking his plan would be less liable to interruption.
late 14c., "government, rule, control," from Old French regiment "government, rule" (14c.), from Late Latin regimentum "rule, direction," from Latin regere "to rule" (see regal). Meaning "unit of an army" first recorded 1570s (originally the reference was to permanent organization and discipline), from French. The exact number in the unit varies over time and place.
"to form into a regiment," 1610s, from regiment (n.). General sense of "organize systematically" is from 1690s. Related: Regimented; regimenting.