Cannoneer is a term for an artilleryman, first recorded in the 16th century. Current titles for a soldier in the United States Army is a 13B (thirteen bravo) M.O.S. (military occupational specialty code), a "cannon crewmember," or shortened to "cannoneer." These "artillery-men" support infantry units in training and in battlefield are an integral part of combat operations ranging from urban to jungle terrains. An artillery Private is known as a Kanonier in German and Polish, a Kanonnier in Dutch, and a Канонир in Russian; today, these would likely be rendered in English as "cannon." Artillery was originated for use against ground targets—against infantry, cavalry, armor, and other artillery. It can be used in a direct or indirect manner depending on circumstances. It can also be utilized in airborne and air assault missions.