A prepared position, such as a mounting or silo, for a military weapon.(noun)
The act of putting into a certain position; placement.(noun)
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Use "emplacement" in a sentence
"This dazzle painting of a gun emplacement is cool: Link."
"The emplacement is a small mountain in itself; the men have run out into holes."
"The numerous white spots all about the emplacement are the craters caused by the bombs which were rained upon it."