Instead, we'll talk about the group shower, unit cohesion, foxhole flirtation.
A DS smacked my mom in the back of her head with his boot when she was in a foxhole qualifying.
So he would go from foxhole to foxhole and, by any means, would get his men to fight.
[He tears off the tape] They stole into my foxhole at night and covered my face with Scotch tape.
But what if a soldier had my book in their foxhole: would they curse me or thank me?
The foxhole had two entrances, both well-concealed, and he had rigged elaborate warning devices should the vicinity be approached.
With morning he was half a mile away, in a foxhole less than sixty yards from the massive outer perimeter of the arena.
A grenade had come flying into the foxhole where Dane and Harding had felt reasonably safe.
The shower of rock is somewhat reminiscent of Ungava's meteor spray or splintered debris forced down a soldier's foxhole.
And while an officer wouldn't be expected to pitch a tent, he would dig his own foxhole, unless he was well up in grade.
A hole in which one conceals oneself, esp one dug for that purpose by a soldier (WWII armed forces)