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snivel gear

snivel gear n. a soldier’s equipment or clothing perceived as providing comfort beyond that which is strictly necessary, such as a poncho, a sweater, gloves, a sleeping bag, etc. Editorial Note: The first cite is a nonce usage unrelated to the term...

snivel gear

snivel gear
 n.— «SNIVEL GEAR = comfort items.» —“A Soldier’s E-Mail Changes Their Equipment” by Joe Katzman Winds of Change.Net Feb. 18, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

honey bucket

honey bucket  n.— «The Russians even installed a trash airlock for the regular disposal of food containers, dirty clothing, small items of failed equipment, and sealed fecal filters from their space toilet. When military trackers at the...

BLR

BLR  n.— «As far as Bonapartism in the higher echelons of the Pakistan Army goes, the situation in army parlance is BLR or Beyond Local Repair. BLR denotes a vehicle or other piece of equipment such as a weapon, being in such a state that...

tug

tug  n.— «Crews at Philadelphia, for instance, were short of equipment and fighting over the tractors—known as tugs—that they use to pull baggage carts.» —“Frustration Grows at Carousel as More Baggage Goes Astray” by Jeff...

UFROG

UFROG  n.— «Even before we moved in, my wife set the deadline of transforming our UFROG (it means unfinished room over garage) into 250 square feet of livable, workable space, which I commonly refer to as a man room. It’s not really a den...