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  • abbreviation military, US Corporal

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Examples

  • He dug out the cardboard box in his Joliet basement that stored the helmet with the name Cpl.

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  • (Yeah, I know a Cpl is a JNCO) I want to serve for life, as in, make L/Col by 50.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher (nutter who jumped on a grenade) and the various EOD blokes, should have got the VC rather than GC.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher (nutter who jumped on a grenade) and the various EOD blokes, should have got the VC rather than GC.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher (nutter who jumped on a grenade) and the various EOD blokes, should have got the VC rather than GC.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher (nutter who jumped on a grenade) and the various EOD blokes, should have got the VC rather than GC.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a shame, because I really think people such as Cpl Croucher

    Army Rumour Service

  • For their actions on the Hook on the night of 26/27 Oct. 1952, Cpl Roy and PFC Worster were awarded the Navy Cross.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • SSM Thomas Tasker, RAC (4th Hussars) Here it was I said good-bye to all and prayed hard as a bomb dropped four yds from myself and Cpl Walker but it failed to explode.

    The Greek Campaign

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