soldier course

soldier course

[′sōl·jər ‚kȯrs]
(civil engineering)
A course of bricks laid on their ends so that only their long sides are visible.

soldier course

A course of upright bricks with their narrow faces showing on the wall surface.
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Forty-five of them are coming from the Indigenous Peoples (IP) community who underwent the rigid training and passed the Candidate Soldier Course (CSC) of the Philippine Army, just like the other regular quota soldiers.
Martinez said a successful applicant needs to get 56 points to pass and qualify for the Candidate Soldier Course (CSC) and 88 points for the Officer Candidate Course (OCS) and Officer Preparatory Course (OPC).
"For now, I'm still undergoing rehab," said Gonzaga, who paid a visit in Cignal's training the other day after stepping out of a grueling Candidate Soldier Course in Capas, Tarlac last week.
The bricks can be set "soldier course" or flat against the well.
Manallog was among 134 trainees undergoing Candidate Soldier Course No.
Finishing touches At the top, you can choose to cap, perhaps with a soldier course - laying the brick vertically with the narrow side exposed.
To finish off, cut the bricks in half in order to create a "soldier course" as the top layer - a design feature with a weather-proof finish.
The members of Army Candidate Soldier Course Classes 583 & 603 - 2019 took their oath before Major General Raul Farnacio, 8ID commander.
There are 850 youth from different towns and provinces of the whole Zamboanga Peninsula being tested for the Candidate Soldier Course (CSC) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Service Aptitude Test (AFPSAT) recently conducted on 102nd Infantry "Igsoon" Brigade Headquarters here in Ipil town.
Julius Hernando of Mallig, Isabela joined the traditional opening ceremony and reception rites for Candidate Soldier Course Class of 546-2018 at the 5th Division Training School of the Philippine Army's 5th Infantry Division at Camp Melchor dela Cruz in Upi, Gamu, Isabela Thursday morning.
Add a section of matching metal or add bricks, a soldier course, by burying half of each brick in the soil.