militiaman militiaman


  • (n) a member of the militia; serves only during emergencies


  1. Robert Capa's iconic photograph of the Republican militiaman, Federico Borrell Garcia, at the moment of death.
  2. It was in Spain that Capa took his best-known photo, which purported to show a militiaman a split second after he'd been fatally shot.
  3. Hamdullah, an anti-Taliban militiaman was woken at 2am for his shift on guard duty that day.


  • HRW: Chadian peacekeepers help CAR rebels flee

    GRAPHIC CONTENT - Newly enlisted FACA (Central African Armed Forces) soldiers drag the lifeless... GRAPHIC CONTENT - A newly enlisted FACA (Central African Armed Forces) soldier stabs the lifeless... A man suspected to be a Muslim Seleka militiaman lays wounded after being stabbed by newly...
    on February 6, 2014     Source: Washington Examiner


  1. Wishing Scalia had taken the opportunity to plug the 2nd Amendment "as a bulwark against government tyranny," Balko said the threat is real: "One needn't be a modern-day mountain militiaman to observe that authoritarian regimes often become...
    on Jul 4, 2008 By: Radley Balko Source: Chicago Reader

  2. But as the Sadr official noted, "You can arrest anyone and call them a militiaman."
    on Jun 25, 2009 By: Muqtada al-Sadr Source: CBS News

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