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PIONEERS, in war-time, are such as are commanded in from the country, to march with an army, for mending the ways, for working on entrenchments, fortifications, and for making mines and approaches: It was renamed the Pioneer Corps on 22 November geramn Retrieved from ” https: Wikisource has the text of the Encyclopedia Americana article Pioneers.
Pioneers were originally part of the artillery branch of European armies. Discuss Proposed since December During the 20th century, British Commonwealth military forces came to distinguish between small units of ” assault pioneers ” belonging to infantry regiments and separate pioneer units as in the former Royal Pioneer Corps.
All British infantry regiments still maintain assault pioneer units. Look up pioneer in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. During the War, the increased specialisation required of Pioneers made them too valuable to use as regular assault infantry.
Retrieved 13 April In addition, their major role of frontier road building had now been allocated to civilian workers.
Pioneer (military) – Wikipedia
Artillery, Engineers and Infantry. The Israeli army’s pioneers were formed in from Jewish civilian pioneers, i. These units evolved into assault pioneers. Combat occupations Military engineering.
The word pioneer is originally from France. All four Pioneer Corps were disbanded in and their personnel mostly transferred into the Corps of Sappers and Miners, whose role they had come to parallel.
The title of Israeli military ferman is a back-derivation from the civilian term. It was concluded that the Pioneer battalions had become less technically effective than the Sappers and Miners, but too well trained in specialist functions to warrant being used as ordinary infantry. Retrieved 30 December Ppioniertwo companies of pioneers were raised in Madras, increasing to 16 in divided into two battalions.
Most of the foreign regiments of artillery have half a company of pioneers, well instructed in that important branch of duty.
Historically, the primary role of pioneer units was to assist other arms in tasks such as the construction of field fortificationsmilitary campsgfrman and roads. This page was last edited on 15 Decemberat Extensive use was made of pioneers in the British Indian Army because of the demands of campaigning in difficult terrain with little or no infrastructure.
The Indian Army — In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Subsequently, they formed part of the engineering branch, greman logistic branch, part of the infantry; or even comprised a branch in their own right. In the late nineteenth century, a number of existing Indian infantry regiments took the title and the construction role of pioneers.
Heavier equipment, such as explosives, was carried by mule. They also inspired the creation of the Royal Pioneer Corps. Pionief, British infantry regiments maintained small units of pioneers for heavy work and engineering, especially for clearing paths through forests and for leading assaults on fortifications.
The term is in principle similar to sapper.