World War I foot soldiers.
foot soldier definition by Webster's New World
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- a soldier who moves and fights largely on foot; infantryman
- a person who does the hard or routine work at the lowest levels of an organization, group, etc.
foot soldier definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A soldier who fights on foot; an infantry trooper.
- One who performs necessary but basic, often mundane tasks.