Chasseur

Chasseur (a French term for "hunter") is the designation given to certain regiments of French light infantry (Chasseurs à pied) or light cavalry (Chasseurs à cheval) to denote troops trained for rapid action.

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Chasseur Class Destroyer
... The Chasseur class was a class of four destroyers of the French Navy built between 1909–1910, used during the First World War ... Apart from Chasseur, which still used coal, they were the first French Navy ships to be fitted with oil-fired boilers ...
The Charging Chasseur
... The Charging Chasseur, or An Officer of the Imperial Horse Guards Charging is an oil painting on canvas of about 1812 by the French painter Théodore Géricault, portraying a mounted Napoleonic ... In The Charging Chasseur, the horse appears to be rearing away from an unseen attacker ...
Chasseur - Modern French Army
... The modern French Army comprises bataillons of Chasseurs à pied (mechanized infantry 16e BC),Chasseurs-Alpins (mountain troops 7e, 13e, 27e BCA) and regiments of Chasseurs à cheval (1er-2e ... In addition one regiment of Chasseurs d'Afrique (training unit 1er RCA) has been re-raised to commemorate this branch of the French cavalry ... Since May 1943 there has been a "Régiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes" (1er RCP) ...
Chasseur (sauce)
... Sauce chasseur, sometimes called “hunter’s sauce”, is a simple or compound brown sauce used in French cuisine ... Chasseur is thought to have been invented by Philippe de Mornay, who is also credited with inventing Mornay sauce, Béchamel, sauce Lyonnaise, and sauce Porto ...
Pride Of Baltimore - Chasseur: The Original "Pride of Baltimore"
... She was named, in a round-about way, for the legendary Baltimore-built topsail schooner Chasseur sailed by the privateer Thomas Boyle The Chasseur was known ... the most famous of the American privateers, Captain Thomas Boyle sailed his Baltimore clipper, Chasseur, out of Fells Point, where she had been launched from Thomas Kemp's shipyard in 1812 ... On his first voyage as master of Chasseur in 1814, Boyle sailed east to the British Isles, where he harassed the British merchant fleet and sent a notice to George III, by way of a captured merchant vessel ...