from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In the British army, a branch of the artillery service, consisting of commissaries and conductors of stores, which has charge of the ammunition, and whose duty it is to form depots of it at convenient points between the base of operations and the front, so that no gun may run short during an engagement.


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