2. When used while not talking about war (and this will be obvious), can mean, "cum", "sperm", and/or "semen". Normally used with "marching".
2. -Dude, his soldiers arent marching. That really sucks! (Said man cannot cum)
-I hadn't jacked off in a while, so my soldiers were plenty marching last night, all over that stripper!("I" Could cum)
I'm a soldier.
These shouldas hold up so much.
They neva fall or fold up.
Even if my collar bones crush or crumble, I will never slip or stumble.
also see: hooah; squared away
2. In the U.S. military, the term "soldier" specifically refers to Army personnel.
3. Within the U.S. Army, the term "soldier" is often used to describe the enlisted personnel separate of the officers.
2. The Navy has Sailors, the Air Force has Airmen, the Marine Corp has Marines, and the Army has Soldiers.
3. It is important for officers to remain friendly, but detached, from their soldiers.