What is the US Military Code of Conduct?
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The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) 10 U.S.C. Chapter 47 is the only and final authority.
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What were some coded messages intercepted and decoded by the US Military Intelligence and Great Britain?
Answer . \nOne was the JN-25 code which gave us the battle of Midway Island. We were only decoding 10% of the code at the time, but on a hunch they sent a fake message to Midway. The message was to say that their fresh water condenser was broken. It was sent out on the less secure waves so the J…apanese intercept station would get the whole message. Their response identified that Midway was coded "AF".\n. \nOn the British side, the HMS Bulldog was able to capture an enigma coding machine from a German U-Boat. It provided them info as to where some of the U-Boats were at and warships were sent to intercept.\n. \nThen there was also the Navajo Code Talkers who were able to talk over the open waves during WWII (and maybe other wars) because the Navajo language was never printed until late in the 1950's. The only bad thing about being a NCT was that if there was a chance he would be captured, the officer or NCO assigned to him was under order to kill him to protect the code. (MORE)
Answer The Federal Flag Code prescribes the proper display of and respect for the United States Flag. Each state has its own flag law. PUBLIC LAW 94 - 344 specifies: Section 2 (e) The flag should be displayed daily on or near the main administration building of every public institution Mili…tary establishments are public institutions. (MORE)
The basic code of conduct for Muslims is called the Five Pillars of Islam, which are: Belief in the One God (Allah) and in His messenger, the prophet Muhammad; praying five times a day; giving to the poor and needy; fasting during the holy month of Ramadan; and making the pilgrimage (the hajj) to th…e holy city of Mecca at least once in your life. What is the Islam code of conduct? (MORE)
Torah, with its oral commentary, the Talmud. Today, the rulings of the Torah and Talmud have been set forth in the Shulkhan Arukh (Code of Jewish Law), published in 1566.
A code ofconduct is a set of rules outlining the responsibilitiesof or proper practices for an individual, party ororganization.. A code ofconduct is a set of rules outlining the responsibilitiesof or proper practices for an individual, party ororganization..
I am an American fighting in the forces which guard our country and our way of life.
Conduction allows energy to travel through a medium. Some of itspractical uses are making electricity flow in wires, cooking food,telephone conversations and conducting heat through the atmosphereto warm the earth. Another Answer Further to the original answer, energy doesn't travel throughwir…es. A conductor allows the drift of current. (MORE)
Pepsi's code of conduct as quoted: "PepsiCo is committed to providing safe and healthy work environments and to being an environmentally responsible corporate citizen. It is our policy to comply with all applicable environmental, safety and health laws and regulations. We are dedicated to designi…ng, constructing, maintaining and operating facilities that protect our people and physical resources. We believe that protecting the environment is an important part of good corporate citizenship. We are committed to minimizing the impact of our business on the environment with methods that are socially responsible, scientifically based and economically sound. We encourage conservation, recycling and energy use programs that promote clean air and water and reduce landfill waste." (MORE)
Be strong Be fearless Be nice to the king . . . . . Or . . . . . BE DEAD !
It is our fundamental responsibility to place the well-being of the patient first by appropriately balancing risks and benefits and to ensure that the best interests of patients and physicians who use our products receive utmost consideration. It is our responsibility to help ensure access to our… products in the communities where we develop them. It is our responsibility to apply Credo-based values and judgment regarding the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of clinical studies and results. It is our responsibility to adhere to the principles of good clinical practice. It is our responsibility to ensure all Company-based, medically relevant product information is fair and balanced, accurate and comprehensive, to enable well-informed risk-benefit assessments about our products. It is our responsibility to understand differences in values across cultures and to adapt our behaviors in keeping with our ethical principles. It is our responsibility to challenge each other regarding medical and ethical concerns (MORE)
Code of Conduct is the standard of expected ethical behaivor for the company's employees. It is about holding yourself to the highest standards of ethical business behavior. Typically Codes talk about expectations to obey the law, conflicts of interest, insider trading, preserving confidential infor…mation, bribery, corporate opportunities, competition and fair dealing among other things.. Executives of a company have the duty to create an environment conducive to ethical behaivor. This is sometimes called "tone at the top". A Code of Conduct is the cornerstone of setting the proper tone at the top for the business's culture. (MORE)
Area code 301 is located in Maryland, including the suburbs of Washington, D.C. There are numerous military facilities there.
The Electronic FundTransfer Act was passed by the U.S. Congress in 1978 and signed byPresident Jimmy Carter , to establish the rights and liabilities of consumers as well as the responsibilities ofall participants in electronic funds transfer activities
Usually, safety councils as for the Army are conducted on aquarterly basis. However, each branch of the military may havedifferent standards.
Vulcan Crewman M161A1 20mm Gatling cannon Anti Aircraft A towed version of the popular aircraft mounted guns. Six barrels firing at an average rate of 6000/rpm. There was also a version of it mounted on top of an APC I got out in 85, then they were talking about fazing them out. I heard …the Saudi's bought most of them. (MORE)
The transfer of heat by molecular motion from a source of high temperature to a region of lower temperature, tending toward a result of equalized temperatures.
\nI think conductivity is used for making electrical currents, which make many pieces of technology. examples: lighting facilities, television, etc.
There is no alternative to hard work. First you are to establish your goal, make prepare a strategy and then strive to achieve the goal through hard work.
Being the oldest religion, Hinduism has experimented with all kinds of codes of conduct and has found that they have certain drawbacks. DRAWBACKS OF CODE OF CONDUCT: 1. It makes life artificial, rigid and inefficient 2. It reduces the quality of life 3. It isolates the followers from rest of the… people 4. It is not possible to write a code of conduct that is beneficial to all. 5. To be universal and eternal, it has to be vague and should be left to interpretation. 6. It needs monitoring, punishment, amendments THE HINDU EQUIVALENT OF CODE OF CONDUCT: Hinduism is three dimensional. The dimensions are, 1. THE VERTICAL DIMENSION In this dimension are the seven basic Hindu gods. They are, 1. Indra - god of dreaming 2. Shakti - god of illusion 3. Brahma - god of creativity 4. Vishnu - god of stabilization 5. Shiva - god of determination 6. Shani - god of status alteration 7. Yama - god of compulsion THE LEFT - RIGHT DIMENSION: In this dimension are the four Varnas 1. Brahmana Varna - for ideal conditions 2. Kshatriya Varna - for normal conditions 3. Vaishya Varna - for tolerable conditions 4. Shudra Varna - for chaotic conditions THE BACK - FRONT DIMENSION: In this dimension are the four kinds of time 1. Eternal time 2. Natural time 3. Virtual time 4. Transient time. Under chaotic conditions a Hindu uses 1. Shudra Varna, as it gives him maximum freedom 2. He uses Yama for activity and Indra for rest, as both are the most powerful, though risky 3. He uses transient time, as more often than not, things go wrong. Under ideal conditions a Hindu becomes one with the supreme god Brahman. ADVANTAGES OF THE HINDU APPROACH: 1. It enables us to live the way we are created to 2. It makes Hinduism eternal 3. It enables selective progress of suffering people 4. It can't be banned 5. It makes it impossible to persecute Hindus 6. It gives the best quality of life 7. It makes Hinduism totally self sufficient Therefore, Hinduism is not in need of a code of conduct. (MORE)
It is happiness and go with the flow. ... unless of course "the flow" involves drinking or drugs, sexual misconduct, hurting other sentient beings, lusting after more than your share, using your energies in a negative manner, killing, lying to harm others, cheating, stealing, use of bad language an…d many other common inappropriate behaviours. And the happiness part is a bit over emphasized unless you mean a sense of equanimity, lovingkindness towards others, satisfaction in honest wok and rewards and a general rightnes toward life and the Universe.. The positive statement of the way a Buddhist should live is contained in the Eightfold Path. (MORE)
The Navajo soldiers used their native language to make a codefor transmitting messages so the Japanese could not decipher. Evenanother Navajo speaker if not trained in the code would only hearan ungrammatical string of unrelated words. But for those trainedin it and bilingual in English and Navajo i…t could be employed veryfast and very accurately. A machine of code book would take 20-30minutes for each message sent or received. The Navajo based codewas 2 or 3 minutes and over an open radio channel. The language wasalso so different for English or Japanese speakers that they foundit impossible to even transcribe it or say it and thus impossibleto fake or study to solve as well. (MORE)
a code of conduct represents the policies and procedures set for the organization and its employees.
The first form of long range communication device (the telegraph) could only transmit a binary signal (either on, or off), hence a form of communication had to be developed allowing information to be transmitted and decoded at the receiving end. Because of its nature (binary communication) it conti…nued to be used within the military, since a simple communication device could easily be constructed/found. (eg a Torch, whistle). It also remained useful for clandestine operations, since it required only the press of a button on a radio morse-switch, rather than speech, which may have lead to a persons detection. (MORE)
That describes an authoritarian family, Meaning the family in whicha single person makes all the decisions and assigns tasks to groupmembers.
Most people don't even know it, but in 2009 the British Columbia government introduced a Code of Conduct for security guards. It was put into the Security Services Act Regulations, in section 14. A large part of the reason the government decided to inroduce the Code of Conduct was pressure from a n…umber of civil liberties and poverty advocacy groups. They have complained that private security guards have too much power to kick people off property for trespassing, and that they use this in a biased manner that targets the poor and disadvantaged. There were also allegations of security guards being overly aggressive with "street people" and similar complaints. So, this Code of Conduct was developed. Now, everyone in BC who has a security licence is bound by this Code of Conduct. People who violate provisions of the Code could face disciplinary action from the government inspectors appointed by the Ministry of Public Safety. The Code , as contained in section 14 of the Regulation, iis as follows: The registrar may impose on a licence to engage in any type of security work the condition that (a) the licensee, or (b) if the licensee is a business entity, every individual about whom the business entity made a disclosure under section 13 of the Act, while engaged in security work or carrying on the security business, (c) must act with honesty and integrity, (d) must respect and use all property and equipment in accordance with the conditions of his or her licence, (e) must comply with all federal, provincial and municipal laws, (f) must treat all persons equally, without discrimination based on a person's race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, age or economic or social status, (g) must not use profane, abusive or insulting language or actions, (h) must not use unnecessary force, (i) must not engage in behaviour that is prohibited by law, (j) must respect the privacy of others by complying with privacy legislation and treating all information received while working as confidential, (MORE)
A code of conduct is important because it gives employees a set ofprinciples to measure behavior by. It also makes the workenvironment more pleasant as it curtails negative behaviors.
The conduct of attorneys is regulated by the bar association for the state or jurisdiction. They work with the state's highest court in creating the Code of Conduct. It is published by the high court and attorneys are expected to follow it. Otherwise they can be reported to the attorney grievance… committee. (MORE)
Socrates' Motto which he used as a code of conduct for humanbehavior was the unexamined life is not worth living.
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The US government conducted a downsizing of military during the 1990s similar to the after their wars of expansion?
Yes, the US military cuts back after it's wars, however the end of WWII was different. When WWII ended in 1945, the cold war immediately began...in fact it began while the Soviets (Russians) and US/British were racing for Berlin in 1944. The Soviets were an enemy before WWII commenced; WWII was just… a temporary truce until the axis were defeated. Therefore, when WWII ended, the cold war commenced hot and heavy. Consequently, there was some downsizing from 16 million men to 3 million men...but the military stabilized at that figure. When the cold war ended in 1990 (Berlin Wall came down in 1989), the US military stabilized at around the 2 million man mark, but shut down an incredible number of bases. (MORE)
Hinduism has a strict code of conduct that its followers should abide by in their daily lives. It consists of ten restrictions, or yamas and ten observations, or niyamas. This is the ethical and moral discipline of the Sanatana-dharma religion, without the support of which, spiritual progress would …be absolutely impossible. YAMAS OR RESTRICTIONS 1. Ahimsa: non-violence, or not to harm or assault any living being, either verbally, mentally or physically. To practice kindness and compassion for oneself and for others. To live perceiving everything and every living being as a different manifestation of the Divine, and to respect and love others as we love ourselves. 2. Satya: to live in the truth, to be truthful on the level of thought, word and communication, to keep our promises, not to keep secrets from our loved ones. To always tell the truth, but to be very conscious and careful not to cause unnecessary harm or pain to others. That is to say, that our fulfillment of truthfulness should not be incompatible with our vow of ahimsa. 3. Asteya: not to steal, not to take what belongs to another. Theft is the result of believing that we lack something or that we do not deserve something, which demonstrates ignorance. It is important to get used to seeing the beautiful in us, to watch our own inner richness, to understand that the attitude of desiring what belongs to others is a product of a lack of internalization. It is also not to use tricks or illicit means to obtain benefits. 4. Brahmacharya: sexual moderation, conservation of energy, abstinence, celibacy. To avoid excesses in our sexuality; before marriage to use the energy in study and training, and after marriage to limit its expression only to sex within the marriage and only with the object of procreation. Sex is not, in any case, a mere means of satisfying the senses. The practice of brahmacharya also includes complete abstinence from conversations and jokes about sex and avoidance of photographs and films of a pornographic character, as well as an effort to communicate with the opposite sex in a decent manner. 5. Kshama: patience, to be patient and tolerant towards others. We should not expect the entire world to adjust to our ideas; every person has a certain character and habits corresponding to the ways they were influenced in childhood and life. It is important to be compassionate and patient and try to understand others, to be patient with the family and children, and with the neighbors and co-workers. Every follower of the Sanatana-dharma religion has to be an example of patience and tolerance with all persons and in all the different circumstances that life presents. 6. Dhriti: constancy, power and firmness of character. It is necessary to persevere and be constant in our life in order to grow and develop in any field we choose. A mature person who knows what he wants in life will not surrender easily when faced with any kind of difficulty. 7. Daya: compassion, one of the most important virtues in our spiritual development. It is born in our vision of the world and of every living being as a Divine expression and manifestation, which moves and drives us to see the ones around us not as objects, but as beings, souls. 8. Arjava: honesty, not to cheat other people, to be honest both with others and with ourselves. To renounce deceit completely, both deceit of those around us and deceit of ourselves. 9. Mitahara: moderation of the appetite. It is important to eat to live, and not to live to eat. It is very different to eat healthy food and lead a healthy life, than to turn the process of eating into a mundane activity of sensual satisfaction or addiction. It is recommended to eat at regular hours, not to eat meat, eggs or fish, and to accept only foods that have been offered to the Divine; that is, only prasadam. It is not recommended to eat in restaurants, or to consume foodstuff if we do not know how, or by whom, it was prepared. 10. Shaucha: cleanness or external and internal purity. This refers to the care of our own body and its surroundings, with a very high level of hygiene that characterizes every follower of Hinduism. Our environment reflects our interior; that is to say, the emphasis on the cleanness and order of our environment will have a sattvic influence on our inner world. Cleanliness draws the Divine closer to us. It is also very important to maintain cleanliness, order and purity both at the verbal and mental levels. NIYAMAS OR OBSERVANCES 1. Hri: remorse, to be modest and express our shame and discomfort about our own errors and inappropriate behavior. It is important to develop enough modesty to be able to apologize for our faults in front of others. We must not let time go by without really exerting ourselves to grow, evolve and develop. 2. Santosha: contentment with what God has assigned for you as your quota, the attitude of accepting what is and what you have, which indirectly leads to the gratitude for life. Santosha consists of living with a content and grateful attitude, not with a negative attitude of being exploited. Make wise use of anything at your disposal and do not experience unnecessary distress over whatever you do not have. 3. Dana: to give, remembering not to see the fruits of our efforts as our own, but as belonging to the Divine. However, it is not advisable to give something to anyone without using common sense. For example, we do not give cigarettes to smokers, meat to meat eaters, alcohol to drunkards and drugs to drug addicts; we do not give money without discrimination to someone we know will spend it on beer. It is about helping by sharing a portion of the fruits of our labor with religious and spiritual organizations. What humanity really needs is spiritual wisdom, because the disconnection of humanity from God is the real reason for all the problems. 4. Astikya: faith and confidence in oneself, in our spiritual path, our religion, our revealed scriptures, in our master guru maharaja and in God. To develop confidence in the words of the revealed scriptures, as well as of the previous acharyas and of our own spiritual master. 5. Ishvara Pujana: worship, to do whatever possible to make a separate space in our home, and if possible a room, that is intended for worship. To arrange an altar with our Ishta Devata and some portraits of our guru, to burn incense there, to keep this place clean and very much in order. To offer daily worship under the guidance and instruction of our spiritual master and more advanced swamis. It is of vital importance that families create more homes that will allow devotion to God to grow and develop. 6. Siddhanta Shravana: to listen to lectures and talks about the revealed scriptures. We should look for a wise guru or bona fide spiritual master and follow his instructions, trying to attend his classes on the Vedic scriptures regularly. The study of the scriptures in direct association with saints, sages and more advanced god-brothers is a powerful aid to purify our mind and intellect. 7. Mati: wisdom, under the guidance of an authentic spiritual master, to exert oneself to spiritualize our intellect and will, to comply with the daily sadhana recommended by our spiritual master. 8. Vrata: sacred vows. We should be very serious concerning our sacred vows and commitments to our religion, our guru and God; basic vows such as avoiding the eating of meat, intoxication, illicit sex and games of chance, are important and very serious observations which are actually a spiritual commitment we make with our parampara, or lineage of masters. It is important to be very strict with vows like marriage, loyalty to a spiritual line, vegetarianism, celibacy, etc., etc., and to be very strict in the sadhana and spiritual practices recommended by our own guru. 9. Japa: repetition of the mantra. This is considered the broom of the mind. In the same way that you bathe and clean yourself daily, the name of God sweeps and cleans the mind of all that is low and negative. Therefore japa is a kind of spiritual hygiene; it is a very important means to keep ourselves in tune with the Divine and transcendental. 10. Tapas - austerities. This refers to having the discipline and maturity to know how to accept the uncomfortable situations that life presents. To happily and enthusiastically fast, worship, and go on pilgrimage to holy places. To live with a spirit of austerity without looking for excessive luxury or extravagances. Not to surrender indiscriminately to an exaggerated satisfaction of the senses. (MORE)
Native American code talkers... the Navajo code talkers recruited by the Marines during the Second World War are the most famous of them, although the Army did recruit some Cherokee, Choctaw, and and Comanche code talkers. Additionally, the Marines hired some native Basque speakers for the same purp…ose. The "code" they spoke was actually their native language. (MORE)
The Code of Conduct in the Gurdwara 1 . Take off your shoes. One is advised to take off their socks too, so that the foul smell of the socks does not enter the Gurudwara premises. This is to show respect. Place your shoes in the shoe room. It also stops dust getting into the Gurdwara. 2. Cover… your head. This is also to show respect. 3. No alcohol, drugs, cigarettes or weapons. This is to stop unclean substances and things getting into the Gurdwara. 4 . Wash your hands and feet. This is to stop dirty feet and hands spreading dirt and dust spreading around the Gurdwara. 5. Don't point your feet at the Guru Granth Sahib. This would be disrespectful. 6 . Anyone of any faith can visit a Gurdwara and will be welcomed in the Gurdwara. So people feel free in the Gurdwara, and won't be scared away. 7. Bow to the Guru Granth Sahib as the first thing touching the floor with your forehead. This not only shows respect but also indicates that you submit yourself to the truths contained in the book. 8. People also place an offering of food or money in front of the Guru Granth Sahib. This is used to run the Gurdwara and the free food kitchen ( Langar ). The offering is not charity but a sharing of God's gifts. If a person has no money or food to offer they may offer flowers, or just some words of sincere thanks. 9. Everyone sits on the floor in a Gurdwara. This is to be humble before the Guru Granth Sahib and because it gives everyone a place of equal status to sit. Most people sit cross-legged. 10. Anyone who walks round the Guru Granth Sahib or the Gurdwara must do so in a clockwise direction. 11. During a service a person with a whisk or fan called a Chaur waves it over the Guru Granth Sahib as a sign of respect. 12. Men and women generally sit on separate sides of the hall. To avoid distraction and keep the main focus on God. 13. Stand up and press your both hands together at the time of Ardas. 14. Towards the end of a service karah prasad , a sweet vegetarian food that has been blessed, will be served. This should be taken and received in cupped hands as a gift of God. 15. Every Gurdwara has a Langar-Khana (dining place) attached to it where food is served to everyone without charge. The food served in the Langar must be simple, so as to prevent wealthy congregations turning it into a feast that shows off their superiority. We all are supposed sit together and have the meal served. This is to remove castism or groupism of high and low. (MORE)
So they can kick out people who don't obey it because they think they know there religion is real but it isn't. Yes we have a father of the world. You have a father and all they want you to do is grow up be independent, responsible and so on. That's what i think the world should do as then God would… be proud and this will stop war such as crusade. (MORE)
Conduction is useful because it allows you to heat solids. FACT: Solids heat faster than liquids and gases.
Is it true that noncombatant evacuation operations conducted by US military personnel only evacuate US citizens and their spouses?
No. From Joint Publication 3-68 (JP 3-68), Noncombatant Evacuation Operations, 22 Jan 07: "Noncombatant evacuation operations (NEOs) are conducted to assist the Department of State (DOS) in evacuating US citizens, Department of Defense (DOD) civilian personnel, and designated host nation (HN) an…d third country nationals (TCNs) whose lives are in danger from locations in a foreign nation to an appropriate safe haven. Although normally considered in connection with hostile action, evacuation may also be conducted in anticipation of, or in response to, any natural or man-made disaster." Designated host nation and third country nationals authorized to be evacuated are determined by the Department of State. Also see Deparment of Defense Directive 3025.14, Protection and Evacuation of U.S. Citizens and Designated Aliens in Danger Areas Abroad (with Change 2), 13 Jul 92. (MORE)
There was no formal code language, however Native American radio operators from the Navajo, Cherokee, Choctaw, Lakota Sioux, Meskwaki, and Comanche nations, using codes developed from their own native languages made it impossible for non-native speakers to break the codes they used. This was not a p…henomenon unique to WW2 theaters either. Choctaw codes were introduced during WW1. Nor were native American speakers the only ethnic group who found success using codes based on their native languages. Soldiers of Basque descent also used code talk they developed from their language in areas where Basque speakers were not likely present. (MORE)
The Code of Conduct for members of the Armed Forces of the United States was first issued by President Dwight D. Eisenhower August 17, 1955.
Many professions are regulated by statute, but due to the nature of the professions, statutes alone are not sufficient to guarantee proper conduct. That's where codes of conduct come in. Such codes encourage behavior which enable discharge of professional duties in situations where such behavior is …not required (or prohibited) by law, but none the less is necessary for the functioning of the professional. For instance, judges are prohibited from behaving in a manner which reflects badly on the judiciary as a whole, but isn't illegal. A judge who is intemperate in behavior or speech may violate a code of judicial conduct and be subject to a reprimand or removal from the bench, or a member of the police service may violate a code of conduct by being uncivil or belligerent in his or her interactions with the public. Violations of codes of conduct are generally intended to maintain public confidence in the profession; a statute may prohibit a conflict of interest, but a code of conduct may prohibit the appearance of the conflict even if there's isn't one. In addition, codes of conduct serve to prohibit behavior which would be nearly impossible to prove in a court of law, say if a judge socialized with parties appearing before that judge in court. It is possible that nothing unethical occurred during that social interaction, but one would never be able to be sure, so the code of conduct prohibits such behavior in order to eliminate even the possibility of something unethical occurring. Many professions also have ethical strictures by which members abide, yet lack an official "code of conduct". The most important difference is that the presence of an official code of conduct usually indicates that punishment for violation of the code is administered by members of the profession itself and can be harsh, even resulting in the exclusion of the violator from the profession entirely. Attorneys can be disbarred or judges can be removed from the bench if a violation of their code is egregious enough. (MORE)
Yes. Many pirates (at least the successful ones) came from a life in the military and were well trained. Their captains had to be voted in by the crew, earnings were fairly divided, and there were punishments in place for anyone that breeched the ships standing orders.
No, the Navajo code was officially retired in the early stages of the Vietnam War.
In my opinion it would be the Navajo code talkers. Their language was kept within the small amount of Navajo's so it was very unknown to the majority of the people including the enemies of the U.S. military. They had large success in the war and fought with a lot of courage and bravery.
Code of conduct is the standard or etiquttes which must be adhered to or followed. Every profession has its own code of conduct, which means if u are into that profession, you must follow those ethical and moral norms.
it was a code of conduct that the samurai had to live by they had to respect their elder honour their lord and fight when told to if they did not they would disimbow them selfs by sticking a knife into their lower adomen and cutting up wards this is a very pain full death so i would not like to beco…me a samurai because it seems to bee to much blood and goore (MORE)
the Navajo code talkers were important to the military because theywere very smart and could talk well and were immortal
Blogs require a code of conduct to ensure that the public can freely view the contents of the blog without having to separate specific age groups due to inappropriateness or profanity. If the blog didn't have the code of conduct the site could become out of control.
No, the military does not use cryptograms for messages any more, as there is much more impervious and secure technology used in modern times to send military information.
When referring to electrical conductance, it is used in the application of electricity to equipment. Electrical conductance measures the equipment's ability to conduct electrical charge. A practical application would be to decrease the resistance in an electrical circuit so that the conductance is h…igher and electricity flows more smoothly. (MORE)
Almost every branch of the military conducts naval operations. TheAir Force regularly patrol the coast, same with the Coast Guard.The Navy are in the waters daily patrolling waters of around theglobe. The Marine Corps perform naval operations such as OmahaBeach. The Army however, you don't necessari…ly see them near theocean, but they do. (MORE)
The terrible effectiveness of the rifled guns, of which thecommanders on the field of both sides didn't understand it was anepochal change of the land combat, still employing the obsoleteNapoleonic tactics in use during the era of smooth-bore guns.. The newer weapons allowed entrenched soldiers a gr…eater length ofspace between themselves and a charging frontal force. This thenkilled or wounded assaulting forces rapidly without due risk fromthe entrenched soldiers. This was the situation at Fredericksburg,and caused Union General Burnside to absorb great numbers ofcasualties. It became a great victory for Lee, as he held ontoVirginia territory from which he drew supplies and the retreatingBurnside, was no longer a threat to Richmond. As mentioned above, aside from the type of rifle, the improvedtrenches for defense made frontal attacks less effective. Also,charging forces lost their reliance on artillery support as theymoved forward towards the defensive structure of an enemy. As theircannons were behind them, they became ineffective, whereas thedefensive cannons could be moved forward and fire upon the chargingoffensive. (MORE)