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  • 1Mounted — Mount ed, a. 1. Seated or serving on horseback or similarly; as, mounted police; mounted infantry. [1913 Webster] 2. Placed on a suitable support, or fixed in a setting; as, a mounted gun; a mounted map; a mounted gem. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2Mounted — Mount Mount, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Mounted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Mounting}.] [OE. mounten, monten, F. monter, fr. L. mons, montis, mountain. See {Mount}, n. (above).] 1. To rise on high; to go up; to be upraised or uplifted; to tower aloft; to… …

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  • 3mounted — affixed affixed adj. 1. attached physically. Opposite of {unaffixed}. Note: Various more specific adjectives meaning affixed are: {appendant , {basifixed}, {fastened, secured}, {glued, pasted, stuck to(predicate) , {pegged down , {pinned, stapled …

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  • 4Royal Canadian Mounted Police — RCMP , Mountie , and North West Mounted Police redirect here. For the TV series, see R.C.M.P. (TV series). For the 1940 film, see North West Mounted Police (film). Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada The Mounties… …

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  • 5Anzac Mounted Division — The ANZAC Mounted Division was a mounted infantry (light horse) division formed in March 1916 in Egypt during World War I following the Battle of Gallipoli when the Australian and New Zealand mounted regiments returned from fighting as infantry.… …

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  • 6Australian Mounted Division — The Australian Mounted Division was a mounted infantry (light horse) division formed in Egypt during World War I. When the British forces in the Middle East expanded in late 1916, a second mounted division was created called the Imperial Mounted… …

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  • 72nd Mounted Division — Infobox Military Unit unit name= 2nd Mounted Division caption= dates= World War I August 1914 January 1916 country= United Kingdom allegiance= branch= Yeomanry type= Cavalry role= size= command structure= current commander= garrison= ceremonial… …

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  • 8Desert Mounted Corps — The Desert Mounted Corps was a World War I Allied army corps that operated in the Middle East (Sinai and Palestine) during 1917 and 1918. Originally formed on 15 March 1916 as the Australian and New Zealand Mounted Division under the command of… …

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  • 9Yeomanry Mounted Division — Infobox Military Unit unit name= Yeomanry Mounted Division (4th Cavalry Division) caption= dates= World War I June 1917 1919 country= United Kingdom allegiance= branch= Yeomanry type= Cavalry role= size= command structure= current commander=… …

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  • 10List of Royal Canadian Mounted Police commissioners — Commissioner is the highest rank of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and of its predecessor agencies, the North West Mounted Police (1873 to 1904) and the Royal Northwest Mounted Police (1904 to February 1, 1920). The Commissioner… …

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  • 11Mounted police — Not to be confused with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A mounted police officer passes Buckingham Palace, London …

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  • 12Mounted infantry — were soldiers who rode horses instead of marching, but actually fought on foot (in the modern era with muskets or rifles, but before that with spears, bows, or crossbows). The original dragoons were essentially mounted infantry. According to the… …

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  • 13Royal Canadian Mounted Police National Protective Security Program — The National Protective Security Program is part of the Protective Policing provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Its role is to provide security details for: 1) members of the Royal Family (when in Canada) and the Governor General, 2)… …

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  • 14Head-mounted display — A head mounted display or helmet mounted display, both abbreviated HMD, is a display device, worn on the head or as part of a helmet, that has a small display optic in front of one (monocular HMD) or each eye (binocular HMD). A binocular head… …

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  • 15Queen Alexandra's Mounted Rifles — Cap badge of Queen Alexandra s Mounted Rifles Active 1864–present Country New Zealand …

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  • 16New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade — The New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade, consisting usually of four units of mounted infantry, fought in World War I and World War II. Initially a milita, under the instruction of Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Henry Banks they formed the core of the… …

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  • 17Future Combat Systems Mounted Combat System — The XM1202 Future Combat Systems Mounted Combat System (MCS) is a US Defense tank, one of a subsystem of light weight military vehicles, which is part of the Army s Future Combat Systems, a massive modernization effort.The MCS is to be a light… …

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  • 18Mounted Memorial, Canberra — The Mounted Memorial, Canberra is on ANZAC Parade, the principal ceremonial and memorial avenue in Canberra, the national capital city of Australia.[1] Design The memorial shows two Australian Army …

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  • 19Waikato Mounted Rifles — The Waikato Mounted Rifles is an armoured regiment of the New Zealand Army, part of the Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps. The unit is a single squadron within the Territorial Force that serves in the armoured reconnaissance role.The Current Role… …

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  • 20Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch — Mounted MPS officer outside Buckingham Palace, London The Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch is a Central Operations branch of London s Metropolitan Police Service. The responsibility of the branch is to conduct safe policing of football matches …

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