+21 Army Phrases References. Expression for a military type haircut, where hair is extremely short on the sides and a patch of slightly longer hair at the top. Royal new zealand air force:
Iman, taqwa, jihad fi sabilillah (english translation: “there’s a reason why they have office in their name” is a popular saying. The phrase “no man’s land” refers to the empty region between opposing army.
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(royal marine) slang for a forced march with a heavy load usually a long distance. “crawling is acceptable, falling is acceptable, puking is acceptable, blood is acceptable, sweat is acceptable, pain is acceptable but quitting is not acceptable.”. A list of phrases about the military and war.
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If something is ‘gleaming’ you’re probably onto a good thing. But i do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. (navy/army/raf) slang term for washing powder.
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Because of you all, we can. ― bill watterson, calvin and hobbes: No matter if you are serving in the 82nd airborne division, u.s.
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The indian word ‘dobi’ meaning ‘washing’ or ‘laundry’ has been used ever since the british military were stationed there. The phrase “no man’s land” refers to the empty region between opposing army. This is usually first heard in basic training, as recruits are.