One who saps; specifically (Mil.), one who is employed in working at saps, building and repairing fortifications, and the like.
soldier who attempts to infiltrate a fire base by night and cause damage before being discovered.
Originally a soldier who dug narrow siege-trenches (or saps), but later became a generic term for engineers and those trained in siege operations.
a military engineer who lays or detects and disarms mines
a military engineer who does sapping (digging trenches or undermining fortifications)
a man of all work of the Army and the public
a military engineer who does field fortification work, or who lays, detects, and disarms mines
a military engineer who specializes in field fortification activities, such as laying, detecting or disarming mines
an individual in military service, often called a military engineer nowadays, who may perform any of a variety of tasks under combat conditions
a private in the Engineers
a soldier who works for the Army and the public
Specially trained enemy soldiers who penetrated US bases to place explosives
A 2 when used against a Fortification. This card will defeat any Fortification.
Soldiers used to dig the tunnels. Most of them were miners in the civilian world before the war. Considered one of the worst jobs the army had to offer.
a Viet Cong or NVA commando, usually armed with explosives
a pioneer or engineer engaged in digging field or siegeworks.
demolitions type infantry, the engineers per se