King of Battle

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Army photo / Staff Sgt. Nicolas Morales

Soldiers with Alpha Battery, 2nd Battalion, 32 Field Artillery, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, observe the impact of artillery rounds fired from an Afghan D-30 howitzer during partnered training in eastern Afghanistan, Nov. 21.

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smedleybutlersociety

The apellation "King of Battle" comes from chess pieces. The king is a powerful piece but it is limited in its mobility, while the queen (Infantry is known as the queen of battle) is highly mobile and powerful.

 'Nuff said.

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