entrenching tool


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Noun1.entrenching tool - a hand shovel carried by infantrymen for digging trenchesentrenching tool - a hand shovel carried by infantrymen for digging trenches
hand shovel - a shovel that is operated by hand
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It often required that the bolt be struck with a boot heel or entrenching tool to eject the spent cartridge and chamber the next round.
A must have for any outdoor enthusiast; the Glock E-Tool (shovel] is an innovative entrenching tool with a surface-treated blade, which can be locked in three positions for multiple uses.
THE ENTRENCHING TOOL, NS 5120-00-878-5932, IS A COLLAPSIBLE, FOLDING TOOL USED AS A SHOVEL FOR DIGGING.
The EOD team was using an entrenching tool jury-rigged to the front of their robot to dig and move objects.
Gonzales grabbed an entrenching tool and crawled to his comrades," the commendation reads.
I will also have the opportunity to read an open letter to my son Gary, from my first marriage, who I fell out with over his desire to become a ballet dancer, resulting in me breaking both his legs with an entrenching tool.
I will also have the opportunity to read an open letter to my son Gary from my first marriage, who I fell out with over his desire to become a ballet dancer, resulting in me breaking both his legs with an entrenching tool.
The personal entrenching tool is usually capable of being called upon to double as a close quarter weapon, but the main feature of the tool is that it requires effort from the individual soldier to make it function.
It also comes equipped with an M1 helmet, goggles, canteen, bench, typewriter, entrenching tool, Pyle's signature "shovel," gas stove, and a reproduction of the reporter's most famous newspaper story, "The Death of Captain Waskow.
I couldn't run away from this guy, and I didn't have anything to fight with except an entrenching tool.
Remove any debris with a shovel or entrenching tool before leaving the worksite.
The newer combination entrenching tool added a pick, which helped break up hard soil.