pack drill

pack drill

n
(Military) a military punishment by which the offender is made to march about carrying a full pack of equipment
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The next morning we were on the mat, and we each got a week's pack drill.
I have read the reviews on this company - no names no pack drill but they know who they are and it's all there on the internet, all you have to do is read it - I'm not the only one that feels this way.
No names, no pack drill but it's fair to say the lads in here have been struggling to adapt to new mobile phones.
By Simon Willis - The Egyptian Gazette That you may be awoken from your slumber is of no importance to the driver and helpers whose mission is urgent and remuneration is expected to be cash-in-hand, no names, no pack drill, no questions asked.
But a pack drill of promises, results, reports, even reputation, are no match for what you can learn with a little insight.
No names, no pack drill, but to be fair it's still too early to say.
No names, no pack drill, but she was once famous as a singer.
There was a rumour that one officer - no names, no pack drill - carried a hot water bottle inside his cape in case someone gave him hot soup
No names, no pack drill but, about a year ago, I remember saying to a pal who runs a restaurant in Edinburgh: "I see you got a good review on TripAdvisor.
my pal teasingly asks Mr X - no names, no pack drill.
NO names, no pack drill but a few firms - and one in particular - need to buck their ideas up when it comes to the early Blue Square Derby betting.