"The force of the thrust is delivered principally with the right arm, the left being used to direct the bayonet. The points at which the attack should be directed are, in order of their importance, stomach, chest, head, neck, and limbs." — Moss, 1914

Bayonet thrust

"The force of the thrust is delivered principally with the right arm, the left being used to direct…

"dummies should be constructed in such a manner as to permit the execution of attacks wthout injury to the point of edge of the bayonet or to the barrel or stock of the rifle. A suitable dummy can be made from pieces of rope about five feet in length plaited closely together into a cable between six and twelve inches in diameter. Old rope is preferable." — Moss, 1914

Dummy

"dummies should be constructed in such a manner as to permit the execution of attacks wthout injury…

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side against the other. Here, the arrow indicates the upthrust side.

Thrust Fault

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side…

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side against the other. Here, the arrow indicates the upthrust side.

Thrust Fault

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side…

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side against the other. Here, the arrow indicates the upthrust side.

Thrust Fault

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side…

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side against the other. Here, the arrow indicates the upthrust side.

Thrust Fault

A thrust fault is a type of fault, or break in the Earth's crust with resulting movement of each side…

"Outcrop showing faults, spur south of Deadwood." -Walcott, 1901

Outcrop

"Outcrop showing faults, spur south of Deadwood." -Walcott, 1901

A propeller is a type of fan which transmits power by converting rotational motion into thrust. A pressure difference is produced between the forward and rear surfaces of the airfoil-shaped blade, and air or water is accelerated behind the blade.

Dual Wing Aerial Propeller

A propeller is a type of fan which transmits power by converting rotational motion into thrust. A pressure…

A composing stick is an instrument used to assemble pieces of metal type into words and lines which are later bound into a forme, set in a galley and printed. ...

Composing Stick

A composing stick is an instrument used to assemble pieces of metal type into words and lines which…

Section in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland showing the overthrust of the Archaean onto the older Palaeozoics.

Thrusts in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland

Section in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland showing the overthrust of the Archaean onto the older…

Block diagram and section illustrating overthrust in the Alps.

The Alpine Overthrusts

Block diagram and section illustrating overthrust in the Alps.