field telephone


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field telephone

[′fēld ‚tel·ə‚fōn]
(communications)
A portable telephone designed for field or combat use.
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He perceived that close at hand was a field telephone, and that a tall officer in blue was talking thereat about him.
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Communist literature and propaganda posters adorn the khaki green interior, alongside dusty typewriters, an old military field telephone and other kitsch memorabilia.
The primary plan would not survive first contact on the drop zones and the alternate plan of field telephone and cable would not provide a back-up solution.
Monitors will be available on Election Day to field telephone complaints about possible voting violations, the statement said.
Their field telephone lines, as was ever the case, had been severed.
Lacking wireless radios, detailed control was exerted by field telephone, whose wires were easily broken, and with signal rockets that called for protective fire.
But with the advent of trench warfare making traditional cavalry operations outdated and inefficient, Richthofen's regiment was dismounted, serving as dispatch runners and field telephone operators.
The museum contains other of Rommel's personal objects like a leather coat, clothes, photographs, a field telephone, a compass, military attire, maps that he drew, battle plans and medals he received from Hitler.
His best find to date was an army field telephone which he believes dates back to the Second World War.
He said with this export a good amount of foreign exchange had been earned, adding that prominent products of NRTC were jammers, radios, field exchanges, field telephone, intelligence and surveillance equipments.
At the launch, Verzola and military historian Ricardo Jose showed the audience how a military field telephone had been turned into a torture device during martial law.