army-issue

army-issue

adj
(Military) given to soldiers in order to help them carry out their duties
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army-issue

[ˈɑːmɪˌɪʃuː] ADJdel ejército, proporcionado por el ejército
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He used his Israeli army-issue rifle to carry out these murders," explained MEMO's Ibrahim Hewitt.
At the time, Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou said that even though police may confiscate arms under the Firearms Law, it had no control over army-issue rifles.
Before I made my selection I had a wander around the store, pausing to look at lots of inert ammunition and cartridges, gun holsters, a Ninja grappling hook and some Army-issue Kevlar body armour.
The haul included an Army-issue SA-80 assault rifle and two Kalashnikovs.
The unauthorised armoury included an Army-issue sniper rifle, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and two 9mm semi-automatic pistols, the Daily Express reported.
In the boot, police found an Army-issue boot, inside which was a ball of black duct tape containing 500 grams of cocaine.
With his holy crook and "combat bible" - an Army-issue version bound in camouflage covers - he spent more than 30 days sharing the same dangers as the troops.
Bizarre though it may be to find a Brummie quartermaster with authentic soldier's vocabulary dishing out army-issue make-up alongside sergeants' stripes, it seems merely an extension of the Army's general absurdity.
And he joked he could use his Army-issue pistol or knife to fend off attackers.
Viewers get a first-hand look at everything from the recruits getting their first Army-issue haircuts to the joy of mail call.
Sussex-based Private Christopher Trussler was arrested by anti gun-crime police over the sale of Army-issue bullets.
As part of Sandhurst's strict regime, he will endure intense physical training and carry out endless domestic chores, from relentless ironing of uniforms to the polishing of his sturdy black army-issue boots.

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