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foxhole

[′fäks‚hōl]
(ordnance)
A small pit used for cover, usually for one or two soldiers, and so constructed that an occupant can fire effectively from it.
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Then we were ordered to the eastern tip of the island, where we dug deep foxholes and boasted about the initial battle.
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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 weaves webs of faith which may not be every one's cup of tea, but it is a fine read, well worth the time and the $26.
I got shot in the head by my own guys in my foxhole.
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He provides a frank account of the Pacific war at the foxhole level in a flashback format that gives the listener personal information, political commentary, and insight into how the world has changed.