infartillery
 n.— «Soldiers of the 4th BCT (UA) coined the term “infartillery” during their rotation at JRTC to describe their new functions. While they still had traditional artillery responsibilities, they also prepared to go into towns, do security sweeps, and deal directly with the people in the country that they operate in, jobs typically reserved for other Soldiers like infantry and civil affairs.» —“Modular brigades prep for deployment” by Steven Field in Washington, D.C. Army News Service (U.S.) Nov. 19, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)