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Older British origin military term. The word Foot meant an Infantry unit (foot soldiers). A Captain of Foot would have been an Infantry Company Commander. In a like manner, Horse meant Cavalry (soldiers that fought while on horseback) A Captain of Horse would have been a Cavalry Troop Commander.

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Q: What does Captain of Foot mean?
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