An officer for a secret and dangerous assignment Send you an Army Football Player. Who said this?
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That makes ball carriers harder to tackle and defensive players harder to block. The lower the center of gravity, the more stable the stance is and the tougher it is to be moved. The higher the center of gravity, the easier it is to be moved by a block or shove.
Football could be be if you get hit wrong. A school friend of mine was in a coma for weeks and took a year to recuperate. But he was hit illegally from behind, not as an actual part of the football action. The reason for the helmets and pads is that collisions between boys or men, at the speeds a…t which they run in US football, is very likely to cause injury otherwise. Additionally, putting so much force on muscles and joints can damage them even without direct impact. Many players suffer ankle and knee injuries. (MORE)
I don't know what kind of quote you are looking for so I am just going to open my book to a random page: Dear Person at Brookfield: I am a fish. You wouldn't think so to look at me, what with the uniform, and the hair on top of my head and all that? But it's true, I'm a fish. I'm not sur…e what type, but I think maybe a cod. What are you? My mother grew up in a pinball parlor, but then she dyed her hair purple, learned to fly a plane, and the rest, as they say, is history. (MORE)
PFC E-3, or Private First Class. This is assigned when the person chooses a 6 year enlistment instead of 4 or if they attended a JROTC unit through highschool. If not, they will start off a Private (E-1).
when sliding you can dislocate your bone if you don't know how to slide or hut the person ur sliding to also in headers many people have hit each other in headers like Mexican footballer GUARDADO
According to the National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries,the most dangerous job in the US is logging. There are 127.8 deathsthat occur for every 1000,000 workers. Others that made the listinclude fishermen, pilots, roofers, iron workers, linemen, truckdrivers, and ranchers.
In the NFL, numbers are assigned by what position the player plays:. 1-19: Quarterbacks, kickers, wide receivers, and punters. 20-49: Running backs, tight ends, cornerbacks and safeties. 50-59: Linebackers and offensive linemen. 60-79: Offensive linemen and defensive linemen. 80-89: Wide re…ceivers and tight ends. 90-99: Linebackers and defensive linemen.. (MORE)
Can a department of the army civilian police officer make a triffic stop off post when there is any type of danger to himself or another?
From AR 190-56 . 5-1. General . This chapter prescribes the authority of DACP/SGs performing law enforcement or security functions on Army installation/activities.. 5-2. Authority . a. DACP/SGs performing law enforcement and security duties authorized by the installation/activity commander may …apprehend any persons found on the installation/activity for offenses committed on post that are felonies, misdemeanors, breaches of the peace, a threat to property or welfare, or detrimental to good order and discipline. Such apprehension authority is limited to issuing citations and turning the subject over to the appropriate civilian or military authorities.. b. DACP/SG personnel while on duty are considered part of the Department of the Army and, therefore, are subject to the restrictions on aid to civilian law enforcement imposed by section 1385, title 18, United States Code (18 USC 1385), commonly known as the Posse Comitatus Act. Accordingly, any proposed aid to civilian law enforcement must be reviewed by the servicing SJA.. c. Army security guard authority and jurisdiction to perform force protection tasks on their installation/activity are valid while performing these duties during their work hours only. An on-post apprehension conducted by an Army security guard in an off-duty status is a detention by a private citizen. Army security guards will not carry Army weapons while off-duty. Army weapons are not permitted for carrying on a stand-by basis. Army security guards while on duty will not carry privately-owned weapons or privately-owned ammunition. The carrying of privately-owned weapons on post, by off-duty DACP/SGs, will be in accordance with policy established by the installation/activity commander.. d. Army civilian police authority and jurisdiction to perform law enforcement tasks are valid while performing these duties during their work hours only. An on-post apprehension conducted by Army civilian police in an off-duty status is a detention by a private citizen. Army civilian police will not carry Army weapons while off duty. Army weapons are not permitted for carrying on a stand-by basis. Army civilian police while on duty will not carry privately-owned weapons or privately-owned ammunition. The carrying of privately-owned weapons on post by off-duty Army civilian police will be in accordance with policy established by the installation/activity commander.. e. Contract security guards will not carry Army weapons while off duty. Contract security guards while on duty will not carry privately-owned weapons or privately-owned ammunition. The carrying of privately-owned weapons on post by off-duty CSGs will be in accordance with policy established by the installation/activity commander.. f. DACP are authorized and will be issued standardized credentials/identification cards DA Form 7599 (Department of the Army Police Officer Credential) (see fig 5-1). The duty uniform and badge may only be worn while on duty or while traveling to and from work as determined by PM/designated command security/law enforcement representative. While wearing the duty uniform and badge, civilian police officers may intervene to perform law enforcement tasks on their installation/activity. The credentials/identification card will have the limits of authority clearly showing the authority is only valid while on the military installation, and the credentials/identification card will not be kept in the same holder as the badge.. g. The authority and liability of civilian security guards overseas depends on applicable international agreements, Status of Forces Agreement, and local law. Seek the advice of OCONUS SJA regarding the status of such personnel.. 5-3. Written instructions . a. The installation/activity commander, in conjunction with the SJA and PM/designated command security/law enforcement representative, will document their specific delegation of authority for DACP/SGs within their respective jurisdiction (see app F). Collective delegations by functional groupings (that is, police officers, Job Series 0083; security guards, Job Series 0085) or by position title (for example, desk officer, lead police officer, police officer, guard, lead guard, and so forth) may be made. In addition, procedures must be established to ensure each DACP/SG acknowledges in writing, a clear understanding of their authority and jurisdiction. Written instructions will be reviewed at least once a year and updated, if necessary.. b. Because of potential conflicts of interest and Posse Comitatus Act issues, DACP/SGs while wearing the duty uniform and/or badge, may not be deputized or exercise any additional authority and jurisdiction other than given by the installation/activity commander as specified in paragraph 5-3a, above, while on duty. (MORE)
1-9 Quarterbacks and Kickers 10-19 Quarterbacks, Receivers, Tight Ends, and Kickers 20-49 Running Backs and Defensive Backs 50-59 Centers and Linebackers 60-79 Defensive Linemen and Offensive Linemen 80-89 Receivers and Tight Ends (or 40-49 if those ranges are taken) 90-99 Defensive Line…men and Linebackers (MORE)
Paper cuts . Staple malfunctions . Coffee burns . Stress due to overwork . High degree of alcoholism . High instances of divorce . Burnout
The oath is taken on a special platform built near the steps of the US capitol. In the past it has been taken inside the Capitol building.
The most dangerous job allowed to women is a MP (military police) While the most dangerous job in all is being an infantryman is not true, being deployed right now in Iraq few people know what we do as combat engineers MOS 21B or 12B. we do route clearance for the infantry to even go anywhere, en…gineers are the first ones in and clear a safe path from ieds to land mines so everyone else could come in and do there job. Women take an active role in combat at least in the Canadian Army, not just MPs. That being said bomb disposal would be among the most dangerous. (MORE)
"thats what she said" did originate from t he office "That's what she said" was not original to the office, it stems back to Wayne's world when Garth was holding a pic of Claudia Schiffer, and said "I'm getting tired of holding this" ... and Wayne says "that's what she said." I've heard there is …an earlier mention from Sat Nite Live by Chevy chase in 1975, but I haven't been able to locate it yet... Sorry to disappoint all you office fan's, but it did not originate with the office. (MORE)
No, like everyone else the officers of the Secret Service live at their homes or apartments. While on duty they live with the person they are guarding, wherever that person may be (home, traveling, hotel, etc.).
Usually all the prophets were called by God and many hesitated to answer the great call of God , only Samuel as a boy replied yes, Lord I am listening.
There is a lot of them, they move in a Group, and they can eatmeat.
An Army officer is either a soldier chosen by his superiors by showing either bravery, good leadership skills. Or in the U.S.A. they can be a graduate of the R.O.T.C. or West Point Acadamy who are specially taught and trained to be officers in the Army.. in the U.S. Army, the officers are 2nd Lt., …Lt, Lt Col., Col., then 1-4 star Generals. (MORE)
Probably opening the links that come with the emails. like links to watch videos or something
because of its dangereous equipments like stutts , spikes and also because of accidental cranps and fractured in bones
You need to have an email account set up (perhaps it hasto be an Outlook account).. Create the document you want to send. In Office for XP (2002) you send it from the file menu. In Office 2007 fromthe Windows icon.
Being a police officer is hard to begin with. Not only will you have to be very physically fit but mentally sharp as well. You will have to have a quick reaction time, and good reflexes. Police officers will have to attend calls where they will deal with weapons, alcohol, drugs, and violence. And… it's not uncommon for officers to become injured on duty. Officers will also deal with people who have various diseases, such as AIDS or hepatitis. Officers will be exposed to contagious bodily fluids, and must take precautions to protect themselves. Driving is also a major concern. It is perhaps one of the greatest dangers that officers face, as they are on patrol constantly. Driving code 3 to emergencies increases the risk ten fold. Even with the light bar activated and the wailer full blast, there will always be that foolish driver who isn't paying attention. Or is playing the stereo full blast and can't hear you coming... (MORE)
Attachments can contain viruses, so you may be sending a virus to someone even if you don't know it. Some e-mail systems block attachments, so your message may not get to someone if the attachment is blocked.
The consulate of the country for which you are applying for a visa must have your passport in order to stamp the visa in your travel document. If you are applying by mail, the passport must be sent along with your application and other required documents. When applying in person, you must take your …passport with you to the consulate. (MORE)
Yes, but nowhere near as dangerous as being an infantry officer or a combat engineer officer. Both of the latter put a man much closer to the direct fire of the enemy. Artillery was usually a few miles behind the front lines and adjusted its aim by receiving directions from a Forward Observer, com…municating by means of radio or field telephone. Forward Observers were artillery officers, but they were on the front lines with the infantry, so they could see where the artillery should be aiming. Forward Observer was the most dangerous job in the field artillery. Artillery was a target of the enemy, and if they could get a fix on its location they would fire their own artillery at the positions of friendly artillery, in "counter battery fire", and this was a hazard. The US was usually much better supplied with artillery ammunition than its foes, though, and probably did more counter battery firing. Sometimes if the enemy made a successful attack and achieved a breakthrough, they would get in the rear of Allied lines and be back among the artillery before anyone knew they were coming, or before they had time to "limber up" and bring up their trucks, hook up their howitzers and pull back. There were instances where artillery batteries had to fire at visible enemy targets, over "open sights", which was considered point blank range for artillery. The enemy would of course be trying to shoot battery personnel in these encounters. (MORE)
The state coordinating officer is assigned by the governor of thestate. Their job is to coordinate disaster assistance with thefederal government.
to be an army officer you have to go to college and do ROTC. You can also find a recruiter near you and go through OCS (Officer Candidate School) after finishing college.
The short version is, there IS NO Army Reg that explicitly lays out parking, such as authorized reserved spaces, etc. AR 190-5 briefly covers parking as part of MP Traffic Control. HOWEVER, every post has it's own version of 190-5 (such as Ft. Hood Reg 190-5, etc.), that lays out the post policies f…or parking, and most of those DO authorize certain reserved parking spots, such as for general officers, etc, which are enforceable (MPs will ticket / tow you). Having said that, the Americans With Disabilities Act DOES authorize handicapped parking, with certain established guidelines, and as this is Federal law, DoD and the Army also enforce this. Hope this helps, Angry MAJ, Ft. Huachuca (MORE)
No, at least not the cantonment areas. In the field training areas, there are certain spots (such as the impact area for artillery fires) where you wouldn't want to go, on account of the unexploded ordinance and such, but those are pretty clearly marked.
FEMA is the acronym for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.The State Coordinating Officer for FEMA is assigned by the governorof the state.
Because it is. Somking introduces a lot of nasty chemicals into your body. It constricts blood vessels and raises the blood pressure, it can trigger cancer, and even the small particles that make up the smoke and end up in your lungs aren't exactly healthy either.
Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi. When the Green Bay Packers football team hired Vince Lombardi as its new coach, he was intrigued with the challenge of turning the franchise around. He began leading practices, inspiring, training and motivating. But at one point in a practice, he just got so… frustrated with what was going on with the players that he blew the whistle. "Everybody stop and gather around," he said. Then he knelt down, picked up the pigskin, and said, "Let's start at the beginning. This is a football. These are the yard markers. I'm the coach. You are the players." He went on, in the most elementary of ways, to explain the basics of football. (MORE)
u cant send money. because idk u can only send clothes chairs tables anything but not money sorry
The sport require you to tackle the other opponent and vice-versa so they won't make it to there side of the field to score a point. If someone fall the wrong way or get tackled in a certain way it can cause serious injuries
some options to explore: 1-- prove you didn't say it through eyewitness testimony from others who were there? 2-- offer evidence you didn't say it because it's something you would not have said, it's not logical or would not have made any sense for you to say something like that. 3-- prove that the …statement was false and so easily proveably false that only a complete idiot (which you are not) would have said something like that. 4-- show the officer didn't hear you well. Background noise, accent, speech impairment, hearing impairment for the cop, etc. 5-- Accuse the officer of lying to put a false charge on you and then back it up with some evidence that the cop (A) is prejudiced against you or your kind of people (O.J. Simpson's murder defense was to blame a racist detective). Or back up your claim that the officer is lying by impeaching the cop's credibility in a way that is allowed by the rules of evidence in you jurisdiction (example: specific prior acts of lying. Having a reputation for dishonesty. Having been convicted of certain kinds of crimes in his past (not likely for a cop!) (MORE)
Under certain circumstances, yes. These regulations strictly apply only to the US army, but I suspect most other armies have similar rules. There is a regulation prohibiting officers from dating enlisted personnel, which could make the courtship phase a little difficult. Also, the commander wou…ld have to be satisfied that the relationship did not violate "the needs of good order and discipline." It could, however, happen that two enlisted members were dating, and one of them was then commissioned or selected as a warrant officer. In that case, they are not considered to be in violation of the regulations, as long as they either stop dating or get married within one year of the start of the program or before the promotion actually occurs, whichever comes later. (MORE)
It could be no more dangerous than any other occupation, or significantly more dangerous. During the initial push into Iraq, the units in front were scout units - they had cooks who were further ahead of the line than infantry units. It all depends on a number of factors, such as your unit, your tim…ing in arriving in that unit, etc. If you get assigned to the Old Guard, you're not going to be deployed while you're with that unit. If you arrive at a unit just after they've gotten back from a deployment, it'll be a while before they're going to redeploy. (MORE)
because they can kick VERY hard, one kick can kill a full grown lion, and they will defend their young calves
to send secret admirer emails to a person, you... 1.make a fake eamil 2.find out there email 3.lastly tell them you like them
Probation officers can send you to prison, but they have to have a reason and get it approved.
Yes they do. They have whit shirts and uniform pants with a stripe down the leg
There are inherent dangers in working as a security officer. Although this is the case there are many other jobs with equal or greater dangers and the dangers should be weighed by potential applicants.
On the top bar of facebook, when you sign in, on the left hand side there will be a an icon that looks like a Message box, click on that, when that comes up on the right hand side it way say "Compose new message", click that, type the name of the person you want to message, and the message you want …to send below. OR Go onto the person's profile that you wish to send a message to, on the right hand side there will be an option to send a message, click on that and enter your message. the message will be sent to the person immediately. Warning: All chats will be logged once sent, it will be logged on the other persons side, but no one else will be able to see it, unless he/she shows them. (MORE)
After. A person is not on probation until they are sentenced to probation by the Court. Why would they get a probation officer until they are sentenced?
As engineers support combat arms directly, they can be stationed pretty much anywhere combat arms units are to be found... that would be any major installation.
"In short, yes. However, jobs such as farming, open-water fishing, or mining have much higher rates of injury and death. Depending on the city and position, the job can be more or less dangerous."
Sorry....but you can't because we'll you have normal text! That's what secret text is I guess or you can send a text to someone and then erase it on your phone... But secret text is basically normal text because no one else can read it unless they get your phone or the person your sending it to :) h…oped this helped (MORE)
Violence can be very dangerous to a police officer on the front line; Because a violent person may become violent towards the officer arresting them, therefore resulting in a chance of injury for the officer. A violent group of individuals fighting in the street is another example, as this could r…esult in an officer being injured severely if they are caught out on their own without any immediate back up. (MORE)
Did Liverpool football club send player to Manchester United Football club after the Munich air crash?
No but Real Madrid offered to loan Di Stefano to United until the end of season. With Madrid and United each paying half his wages. Di Stefano agreed to go and it was only the intervention of the English FA refusing to sanction this move that it never happened. They claimed that he would take the pl…ace of a British player. (MORE)
The sending of a white feather to an officer in the British Army signifies cowardice. It was done during the first world war to try to shame men into enlisting.
Assigned to Danger - 1948 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved USA:Passed (National Board of Review)