mortarman

mortarman

(ˈmɔːtəmən)
n, pl -men
1. (Military) a soldier who fires a mortar
2. (Building) a person who uses mortar in building or construction
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While stationed in California and Fort Lewis, Washington, he worked as a mortarman as well as a cook and baker, honing the skills he acquired as a teen-aged baker apprentice at Shaulis Bakery.
Work you did: Mortarman (Infantry) / Security Forces / Martial Arts Instructor / Scout Sniper Platoon, H & S Co.
Caption: Marine mortarman assigned to 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion "Wolfpack," 1s' Marine Division, during tactical training briefing during Integrated Training Exercise 2-16 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California, January 23, 2016 (U.
Cocaine addict Dempsey, a mortarman with the 5th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland, was paranoid about being followed and believed there were snipers at the station.
Wood's favorite part about being a mortarman is firing rounds and carrying the heavy gear.
Brown, a trained mortarman, taught at 1st Marine Division schools in Camp Pendleton, Calif.
During the war, he served as a mortarman, a forward observer, and an infantryman.
He served as an 81mm mortarman, a Forward Observer for Hotel Company, an infantryman with Bravo Company, and a member of the 1st Marine Air Wing in Da Nang.
Occupation was defined as infantry or other/unknown based on indication of an infantry-related job specialty (general infantry, rifleman, mortarman, missileman, or machine gunner).
He initially enlisted in the Infantry as a mortarman, entered Military Intelligence in 2004, and has served in leadership positions ranging from Team Leader to First Sergeant.
L/Sgt Fasfous, a specialist mortarman, responsible for directing and controlling the mortar fire used to support friendly troops, completed his training in Guards Training Company, Catterick, in 2001 and joined 1st BattalionWelsh Guards when they were based in Aldershot.
If you are a combat-experienced mortarman, the chief of Doctrine for the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCOE) would like to invite you to help capture the hard-won lessons you learned and provide them for others to use in the future.