If you haven't noticed, I have a "feedjit" feed at the bottom of the page. It tells me where people are that look at the blog, when they looked at the blog, and how they got there.
Often times I see people arriving from google (yes it gives me that much information but don't worry no one knows who you are) asking questions about care packages, if they can stay in Georgia as an infantryman, what it's like to be an infantryman's wife, and if they can be live on post as an infantryman's wife (I'm sorry Australia, but I don't know the answer for the Aussie military!).
Today I saw this: "What is an american infantryman is it a kind of dog breed?" And of course I have to write about it. Does anyone else find this hilarious? I am not upset about it because, let's face it, whoever has seen those e-mails or gone to the People of Walmart website know people in the great country of the United States...Well...Aren't very smart all of the time.
So to answer your question UK, no, an American Infantryman is not a dog breed. It's a person serving in the United States armed forces. My husband is one of them, serving in the United States Army. We as Americans love our armed forces and are very thankful to the freedoms they provide us. If you'd like to learn more history on the US Army, click here.