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DDT Synthetic pesticides
Hooch Military barracks
Malaria A mosquito born infecious disease
Phosphorus A compound used widely in explosives
Shrapnel fragments of a bomb, shell, or other object thrown out by an explosion
Fatigues Army wear
hemophilia A bleeding disorder in which it takes a long time for the blood to clot
platoon A military unit composed of 2 to 4 sections or squads and containing 16 to 50 soldiers
black market The illegal business of buying or selling goods
concussion A violent jarring; a shock
deploy To position troops in readiness for combat
firefight an exchange of gunfire between two opposing forces
harassment to trouble by repeated attacks
jive to engage in kidding, teasing, or exaggeration
reinforce to strengthen a military force with additional personnel, ships, or aircraft
truce a suspension of hostilities for a specified period of time by mutual agreement of the warring parties; cease-fire
Created by: stuartpat