It's your turn to go out on listening post to-night, sergeant.
"I wish I could get on a listening post," he thought to himself.
Such was the death meted out by justice to six Germans in a listening post fifty yards in advance of their trench.
We were on listening post in a shell-hole in No Man's Land, and the night was black.
Every listening post will be visited at least once by an officer during his tour of duty.
The enemy's listening post faced us and was only fifteen yards from our own.
They were only about 30 yards from the enemy trenches, and a listening post runs out from their front line.
I was almost at the edge of the parapet of the listening post.
He had gone a few yards when a doughboy jumped up out of a listening post and began to signal to him.
Shoulders followed, and cautiously a patrol of three men wriggled out from the listening post and then separated.
any position from which to listen or gather information