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An organization with sea, land, and air components authorized by the US to use force, in defending its country (or attacking other countries) by combating actual or potential threats.
The Infantry Division did not exist in 1812. Instead there was a45th regiment, mainly from Massachusetts and what would becomeMaine.
It depends based on what you like more if you prefer College go toit. But if you like ROTC, or the military go to either one youlike.[I would prefer college because you can make money and havewealthy life.
The USS Clytie (AS-26) was an Aegir-class submarine tender that entered the Pacific Theatre late in the war. Stationed in Australia, she tended submarines of the 7th Fleet from April - September 1945, then was ordered home after the war ended.
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Army Snipers have a better reputation in recent years as they have had much more experience fighting in the urban terrain of Iraq and mountain terrain of Afghanistan.
The 3 is the rank of the sailor, indicating that they are an E-4 or 3rd Class Petty Officer. SB is their specialty and it stands for Navy Special Boat Operators (SB). They are also known as SWCC, which is Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen. They operate the special boats used by SEAL teams...
Answer . depends on ur state domicile and rank. all the best.still 19 is a good rank. u should be able to get a good branch in agood nit.
Sergeant of arms keeps the peace in a meeting. A mace is used to hit people so if needed he would hit people. A mace was mainly used in war and not to keep the peace.
There were many bases where the WWII US Army trained. With the beginning of the draft in 1940 the Army cranked up its division creating process. Initially the army reckoned it would take 200 divisions to fight the war, but in the end wound up creating about 90. Some of these were National Guard...
It was first called Naval Station Honolulu and 1899 it became Naval Station, Hawaii, In 1908 the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard was added and in 1917 Ford Island became an Army and Navy Air Station. As of 31 January 2010 the entire complex has been renamed Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Enemies and their equipment.
You have a total commitment of eight years - any time you spend not on active duty or in a reserve component, you'll spend in what's known as the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR). You're basically subject to recall during that time if you're needed. The shortest enlistment period I'm aware of for...
The closest Air Force base would be the Niagara Falls base. It is aprimarily-reserve base meaning most of the personnel arereservists, rather than active duty.
No can only answer this question with an oppinion nobody really knows but he did give us the white house starting with just a stone cornor peice so if you think of all the great things he did for our country it makes you wonder he must have liked being president somewhat to do all the great things...
In the US, there is no mandatory service requirement. You are, however, required to sign for the Selective Service Act when you turn 18, which makes you eligible for mandatory service, should the draft be reinstated. Some countries do have a mandatory military service requirement. See related link...
I think they have a system where you only pay for 5%, I'm not sure if this applies to all colleges or just military funded ones for ex servicemen.
Immediately after abolition the former slaves joined the unionarmy, fleeing form the south. So 1863? I am not an american so I amfuzzy on your history, the very short US history :)
Five Stars indicates the rank of the French soldier and near as I could determine the number 5 is either the force or infantry unit they serve in.
You bring yourself. What I mean is - they( the drill instructors) take everything you own and put it in a paper bag. You get the bag back after you graduate. When I went through they told us that you could bring items like shoes, toiletries, letter writing gear,so on and soforth but when we got...
There is no branch called marines. They are called the United State Marine Corps and they are a ground assault force for the United States Navy. A Marine is the name of the man who serves in the USMC. A sailor is the name of the man who serves in the USN. A soldier serves in the United States Army...
Brigadier General James Dozier was kidnapped by the Italian Red Brigades in December 1981.
I understand from my veteran spouse that you cannot try to reenlist because fraudulent enlistment is not legal. I suggest the person contact the local recruiter's office and double check.
My veteran husband said it can take between 8-10 years to become a Petty Officer first class in the USN. Anyone aiming for that rank must work hard, do good work, be obedient, keep very fit and study and do well on tests. It can also vary depending upon the rating. Some ratings are in higher...
It can heat the contents and expand until it burst.
0 three to amend the part of the Judges Act such as 2007, "social worker in (2007) in December and care worker method from large long-term care to nursing care in accordance with the mental and physical condition, but are promulgated, social workers and provision of care worker method has been...
Nope, he was either in college or working on a television show throughout the vietnam and korean war. His supposed 150 confirmed kill count is higher than the actual highest confirmed sniper kill count in U.S. history. Also, there are videos of him swimming that do not show any tattoos.
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Force Recon Bravo Marines are part of the reconnaissance force of the Marine Corp and Bravo is the unit designation. They even have their own website for the Marines in that unit to meet together on the web. This is a description of the work of the recon men which I found on a site for military...
Conduct prompt and sustained combat operations at sea, including sea-based and land-based aviation, Provide detachments and organizations to serveon armed vessells of the navy and provide security detachments fornaval stations and bases. Organize, equip, and provide Marine Corps forces to conduct...
The 12th Ranger Infantry led by Lieutenant Ralph Puckett
Depends how many you would like to kill...
Civil Air Patrol ( CAP ) is a Congressionally chartered, federallysupported non-profit corporation that serves as the officialcivilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force (USAF). [5] CAP is a volunteer organization with an aviation-mindedmembership that includes people from all...
Mapquest says about 650 miles (about 11 hour drive).
They designate multiple awards of the same ribbon. For example, if you see a ribbon (decoration) with two oak leaves, that means the soldier was awarded that decoration three times (one for the ribbon and one each for the leaves).
In the Army, it's E4 (Specialist). Prior service personnel, or persons with a four year college degree are able to enlist with this rank/grade. However, once you report to your unit, you still may be made subordinate to a lower ranking person who has put their time in. With one or two years of...
The use of the word 'rank' for Navy enlisted personnel is incorrect. The term is 'rate.' The rating badge is a combination of rate (pay grade, as indicated by the chevrons) and rating (occupational specialty, as indicated by the symbol just above the chevrons). . The closest I can determine is that...
I personally couldn't give you a straight answer. But is seems asif this approach in structure proves to more efficient. If you lookat a private security operation, you can see that a lot moreresponsibility would be given to each Security Officer, as most ofit's business is at individual sites,...
Well the US government maintained the ship was sunk by a Spanish mine. This was made popular by war mongering media outlets. In truth, the matter is still controversial. Conspiracy theorists have argued that the US government in fact blew up the ship to give a pretext for war. However Admiral...
Afi 36-2903 you can lightly iron your uniform to crease yourchevrons.
That is a classified, but there are a lot.
Yes. You are in the military for "the best interests of the Service." Any condition that compromises your ability to fulfill your mission is grounds for a discharge. Bipolar disorder could directly interact with in-the field performance, so it would almost certainly lead to a discharge under Section...
Ask their friends, relatives, etc. The pay service the Army used to offer to locate personnel was removed in the wake of the 11 September attacks. You could always check to see if they have a Myspace or Facebook page, and maybe you could learn something from that. Otherwise, you might need to retain...
The President is the Commander in Chief, and is ultimately appointed by the Electoral College.
Not much is known about his specific assignment or job, but Edward G. Robinson did in fact serve in the U.S. Navy at the outbreak of WWI when he was in his mid-20's. Since there's not much information, it's likely he was just in the Navy for a brief period during the war. Though he wanted to serve...
To be honest, it will vary from Airman to Airman on which base isthe best because it really comes down to what your job (AFSC) isand what you like to do (hobbies, weather preferences, locationpreferences, etc.). You can join the Airforce DEP group on Facebookor go to the AEF Forums and ask this for...
The rank is an appointed one, and goes with the position they're appointed into. The requirement is that they be an Admiral of lower rank before being appointed. By U.S. law, there is a specific cap on the number of active duty Navy flag officers who can serve at any one time, which is 216. Of that...
The Importance of the study of Solid Mensuration toa Marine Engineer Student What is Solid Mensuration?: Solid Mensuration (also known as Solid Geometry )is the study of various solids. It is the study of the measure ofvolume, area, height, length, and many more. This subject is usedextensively...
If you're referring to the insignia, only the US Army officially uses crossed rifles (officially muzzle loading rifles/muskets) to signify their branch of Infantry. The US Marine Corps uses the "globe and anchor" as their insignia. Only the US Army has their branch of arm on their class A uniforms,...
The official name for the Army &Army National Guard song is "the Army Goes Rolling Along". Pleasenote that all regulations in theArmy National Guard are the same as those in the regular Army,since the National Guard is a component of the Army.
In some countries, yes. In the US, no.
Terrific question! The real question isn't so much the cameras though -- which are probably legal -- but the steps taken to (a) secure the footage so the patients privacy rights aren't violated, (b) and the patients access to the recordings, which should be accorded under the law. Bear in mind that...
\nit al depends on if whether or not your parents are divorced if they are then the one with the primary custody has to be the one that gives permission if they are still together then permission has to be given be both parents unless there is a special case like abuse, neglect, ect..
You're comparing apples and oranges. Special Forces is one distinct function of the Army (though the Marine Corps now does have units under the jurisdiction of SOCOM), whereas the Marine Corps is an entire branch of the service.
In his book, The Art of War (surviving since the 6th century BC as one of the oldest and most successful books on military strategy), Sun Tzu revealed five fundamentals of war: . The Tao or The Way - The thing that unites men with the mind of the person leading them in an unwavering way. . Heaven ...
It's not just Submarines - women sponsor all U.S. Navy ships and submarines, and most other countries do as well. It has not always been that way, and the christening tradition came to the U.S. from Europe. The U.S. Navy originally had their christenings performed by men. The first recorded...
They can recycle you almost any length of time. Typically it's a week or two.
The USS Arleigh Burke was built in Bath, Maine. Construction beganon December 6, 1988, and she was launched on September 16th, 1989.
It would be people who supported the move of America to gain independence from Britain. And someone wishing to join the Continental Army now would also have to be capable of time travel, as it was mostly disbanded in 1783, giving way to the formation of the United States Army.
The United States currently has the largest blue-water Navy on the planet. China's Navy is largely coastal more than anything else, and though they seek to expand, having ships and submarines and knowing how to use them strategically is another story. Even the Russians, who had a substantial blue...
All Military units have a band. It is a long standing tradition, using a theme song or a rallying song for war and for pride in the unit. The military bands are called upon to play for dignitaries or many other events, where music is needed and appropriate. Ceremonies would not be the same without...
The United States has the largest Navy in the world in both amount of ships owned and the amount of Naval servicemen serving. It is larger than any other navy in the world by far. The Chinese have a long way to catch up with their ship building program.
If they're deployed, then they can catch a military or contracted transport back to the CONUS, but they'll have to provide for their costs from that point on. If they're not in a forward deployed area, they're entirely on their own to pay transport costs, although there are a number of credit...
For short No. You would require awaiver. Once the felony is more than a certain amount of time old,and you are once again allowed to have a firearm, then a Waivermaybe possible when we are not downsizing. If you just want to b inthe military, look into Alternative Options such as the FrenchForeign...
If you're short for money to go to university, or just don't feel like you're ready for it right away, the military can give you time to get yourself together. As for occupations, what's available to you will be dependent on how well you score on your ASVAB test, and what the needs of the branch...
The only President that I know of that was a Commander of anartillery unit in the National Guard was Harry S. Truman, who wasthe Commander of 129th Field Artillery, Missouri Army NationalGuard, in 1918, During World War 1.
It depends how you look at it. To win a war you need control of thesky but without an army you can not take over.
women that go in the army have to cut hair because of lice and hair can caught in places easily making them easier to kill
Although there may be a top level management position that oversees the security effort of a company, ultimately each user of the organization is responsible for its security.
Beretta M9 . Sig P226 (select units) . Heckler & Koch MP5 (select units) . Remington 870 . Mossberg 500A1 . Benelli M3, M4, and M5 . M4 carbine . M16 rifle (A4 variant is standard, A2 and A1 variants can still be found in service) . HK416 (select units) . FN SCAR L (select units) . M14 and variants ...
A person might have failed the physical requirements, or was unable to learn the necessary skills (protocols, firearms, etc.). Or there may have been disciplinary issues.
If the certification is obtained through an accredited educationinstitution, then yes.
It is the home of the 101st Airborne Division of the United States Army.
Refers to the supremacy of elected civilian public officials overthe military. The elected President is the Commander inChief and ONLY THE CONGRESS CAN DECLARE WAR .
MA stands for Master At Arms in the US Navy. MA's' are the Navy's version of Military Police
JROTC is a good way to learn discipline in high school and it helps you to know what you want to do. Its brings you many opportunities to such as a college of your choose.
There were a total of 13 ships in the 2 Navies of the Republic of Texas (First Texas Navy and Second Texas Navy) between 1837 and 1845: The First Texas Navy (1837-1838) : Schooners Liberty , Brutus , Invincible , and Independence . The Second Texas Navy (1838-1845) : Schooners San...
Not actually, a bad conduct discharge...He ain't so tough, he went AWOL....
No, Unless you are one of the "full-time" reservist that take careof admin (even then probably not). If you are a reservist needsfood for his family, apply for food stamps, or look up "foodboxes". You should find resources then.
You earn whatever the basic pay for your pay grade is. If you've enlisted as an E-1, then you get paid the same as any other E-1. In some cases, you might be able to enlist as an E-2, E-3, or E-4, due to prior service, other previous qualifications, university credit, etc.