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a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire


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Kurt Vonnegut is quoted as saying, "People say there are no atheists in foxholes.
West Sussex's Bolney Estate is one of England's best and its IWC-commended Foxhole Rose is a cracker.
Christopher Whalen's Foxhole Father is a call to arms for fathers everywhere.
Muller, an Army private, and two other men had taken refuge in a foxhole during the 82-day land and naval battle for Okinawa in 1945, a crucial step toward what commanders believed would be an invasion of Japan.
Schuchert remembered that they would take turns leaving their shelter to fill the canteens of those who stayed in the foxhole.
God in the Foxhole is a very interesting and unique gathering of personal accounts of faith under fire from the American Civil war to the Iraq/Afghanistan conflict.
When you're in the foxhole with somebody, and there are incoming mortars, that breeds a certain closeness because nobody else can appreciate what you're going through," Spitzer added.
It's like we're in a foxhole and I'm facing the other way.
I think it's time to get into the foxhole and be ready to withstand a very, very critical moment," said Aguirre, a Harvard-educated lawyer and ex-ambassador to the United States.
The accident happened in Foxhole, about 11 miles from Inverness, at 4.
A tale of the human will to press on and endure, Kriegsgefangenen #250208 "My War" is especially noteworthy for its insight into the nature of fear--distinguishing dread (an emotion Sneesby felt often while in service, though he refused to lose control to it) from terror or panic (which Sneesby loosely defines as out-of-control fear), not to mention the practical realities of life in a foxhole.
The care package from home caught up with Sol Rothman while he was sitting in a foxhole on the front lines in Germany a few days before Passover in 1945.
Get the fighting position overhead cover (FPOC), NSN 5450-01-430-2081, to put over your foxhole.
on the morning of June 15, he imagined he was back in a foxhole in Korea because an intruder was menacing him in his house.
Soldiers from SDDC's 1394th Deployment Support Brigade also contributed immeasurably in getting deploying units from fort to foxhole.