I was in that OC/T unit (OC/T: Observers, Controllers/Trainers, basically training coaches and referees) we talked a lot about “Training Enablers”. A Training Enabler is pretty much what it sounds like: things that help you enable training. Make training realistic, relevant and so on.
Of course, the first time I heard the term, I thought of “enablers” as in the psycho-social term: someone who leverages your bad behavior, or magnifies your failures. Someone who gets you into trouble and doesn’t care about the consequences to your well-being certainly isn’t a friend to you, no matter what they may say or how friendly they may seem. So I portray that person as a sort of Devil to poor ol’ Jeb Folds here, who just wants to get some rest after a long day of training, but his Enabler keeps chiding him on.
A belt of 7.62 is just that: a belt of ammunition for a machinegun, a “belt” meaning multiple bullets held together by a series of clip-links that fall away from the bullets during firing. That and a “Monster” energy drink can keep you up, firing a machinegun well into the night, when you should be getting some rest.
But hey… machineguns are kinda fun. Just another belt, homie.