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adjutant general (cap.) in the U.S. Army, the chief administrative officer, a major general who oversees personnel. [1/3 definitions]
airstrip an airfield or landing strip, usu. unpaved and without the personnel or equipment of an airport; runway.
battle station the place to which military personnel or craft are to report in case of attack or emergency.
billet1 of military personnel, to be lodged; stay. [1/6 definitions]
blockhouse a heavily built structure used to protect observers, military personnel, and the like during weapons and rocketry testing. [1/3 definitions]
cadre in the military, a core group of experienced personnel who can set up and train a new unit. [1/2 definitions]
cannibalize to deplete (an organization) of personnel or material so as to benefit other organizations. [1/4 definitions]
canteen a place of entertainment and recreation for enlisted military personnel. [1/3 definitions]
civil law the section of law that deals with the rights of the citizens, as distinct from laws that regulate criminal acts, military personnel, or international trade. [1/3 definitions]
coup the sudden and forceful attempt of a group, esp. of military or other government personnel, to seize state power; coup d'état. [1/2 definitions]
crew the personnel working aboard a ship or an airplane. [1/3 definitions]
diplomatic immunity exemption from local laws, granted to diplomatic personnel and their dependents while in a foreign country.
fatigue manual labor or other duties done by military personnel; fatigue duty. [1/8 definitions]
fire engine a motor truck that carries firefighting equipment and personnel to the scene of a fire and usu. has a pump for spraying water or chemicals.
firing squad a group, usu. of military personnel, assigned to shoot a person who has been sentenced to death.
first sergeant the senior noncommissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marines who is responsible for personnel and administration of a company, squadron, or other unit.
GI designating standard equipment, apparel, or the like issued to U.S. military personnel (originally an abbreviation for "galvanized iron," and subsequently considered to be an abbreviation for "government issue"). [2/4 definitions]
guardhouse a structure used by guard personnel as a headquarters or temporary detention area.
head-hunting (informal) the business or practice of recruiting skilled personnel, esp. executives, for client companies. [1/3 definitions]
housecleaning the act or process of improving conditions, as in a business or corporation, with regard to personnel, methods of operation, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
issue to distribute (food or supplies) to military personnel. [1/10 definitions]