Definition of Squad room
1. Noun. A room in a police station where members of the force assemble for roll call and duty assignments.
2. Noun. A room in a barracks where soldiers are billeted.
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Literary usage of Squad room
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Report on Barracks and Hospitals, with Descriptions of Military Posts by John Shaw Billings (1870)
"The average for each man in all the squad-rooms is 74 superficial feet of space and 1607 cubic feet of air. This is ample. Each squad- room is thoroughly ..."
2. Affray at Brownsville, Tex by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs (1907)
"A. Yes, sir; they generally have three or four in a squad room. ... A. A squad is eight men, but what they call a " squad room " they put a section in ..."
3. Military Hygiene, for Officers of the Line by Alfred Alexander Woodhull (1909)
"Except in the extreme north, every squad-room should have a balcony or veranda, from eight to twelve feet wide according to the latitude, on all the free ..."
4. ... Public Service by James Rudolph Garfield (1911)
"The squad room will now be his sleeping and living room in common with his companions until he leaves to join his regiment. Instruction of all kinds will ..."