Pronounced like "rogue", a term in the army for someone that avoids going to the field for training/going to war. Typically, intelligence geeks and company clerks. See also: pogue bait.

Pogue
Noun. Derogatory; Military jargon referring to a person, military or otherwise, who does not hold a combat-related military specialty code (See: MOS), particularly those who are deployed to a combat zone or military theater; Etymology unclear, possibly derived from the acronym P.O.G. for "Person Other (than) Grunt", used since at least the Vietnam War; Ex. Keep that ______ away from the armory, he's going to get us all killed!, Shut up you _______ bastard, you wouldn't know the hot end of a rifle if it was shooting at you.

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