ground-pounder

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ground-pounder

slang An infantry soldier. Was Grandpa really a ground-pounder in World War II?

ground-pounder

n. an infantry soldier. (Military.) If you join the army, it means a lot of your life spent as a ground-pounder.
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Godwin, NC, February 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Ground Pounders Landscaping, Inc today announced the launch of www.gplandscapes.com as an informational portal that features educational resources subjects such as landscaping, landscape design and irrigation systems, and many other helpful home improvement tips for homeowners in the Fayetteville, North Carolina Area.
We're the "ground pounders," making a fire line to keep a fire from spreading.
Almost by birthright, these "ground pounders" or LDO and CWOs are professional maintainers who have risen to the officer ranks through the enlisted-maintainer pipeline.
They'll leave you frightened, fascinated, and full of the latest discoveries about the giant, scaly ground pounders.
These MCM Ground Pounders, as they are known, will be running the 29th installment of the race this fall.
Unlike the ground pounders of the past, the new engines will be clean and relatively frugal.
After 2 years, the redesign of the Ground Pounders is done and they are back and ready for action.