Air Force, the air arm of a nation's military forces, usually separately organized as coequal with the army and the navy.
National Guard, the name in some countries for the organized volunteer militia. See more »
Navy, a nation's armed forces that operate on water. A navy consists not only of combat vessels, but also of aircraft and everything necessary to supply the fighting craft and maintain them in operation. See more »
Paratroops, soldiers especially trained and equipped to make parachute jumps from airplanes. See more »
Regiment, traditionally the largest military unit belonging to a single arm or branch of service, such as infantry or cavalry; the command of a colonel. See more »
Squadron, a military unit of varying size. In the United States forces, a naval air squadron or air force squadron varies in size from 6 to 40 aircraft, depending on the type used. See more »
Swiss Guards, a body of about 100 soldiers from Switzerland that guards Vatican City and the person of the pope. See more »
Zouaves, an elite corps of French colonial infantry, notable for their rapid and vigorous system of drill and for their colorful uniform of red, baggy trousers, blue jacket, and fez. See more »