What military group has the best medics?
There are only two services that have "medics," the US Army and US Air Force. Medical personnel of this type in the Navy are referred to as Corpsmen. There are no medic MOS's in the US Marines.
Of all combat medical personnel of enlisted ranks, US Army Ranger medics, and those who serve as US Navy SEALs and USAF Para Rescue are perhaps the most comprehensively trained. Although, all Medics and Corpsmen are heroes in their own right.
Of all combat medical personnel of enlisted ranks, US Army Ranger medics, and those who serve as US Navy SEALs and USAF Para Rescue are perhaps the most comprehensively trained. Although, all Medics and Corpsmen are heroes in their own right.
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SAS is a British invention and stands for Special Air Service and their the people who do the most dangerous missions in the British Army. They have the worlds most longest hardest training.reason being its NOT a regiment that u can just walk in and "enroll" like everyother regiment,the S.A.S pick YOU! u have to have served atleast 3 yrs in some form of regiment and then get put through 1 whole year of what is known as the most gruelling training in the world,and then u still mite not make the grade.out of every 1000 men that get picked to train for the British S.A.S only around 4 will make the grade,they select the best of the best then make them better. everyother regiment in the world, be it the American Delta force or British army etc etc anybody can just walk in off the street and enroll,get around 12 weeks of training and vwola ure a soldier. Also the British S.A.S are the most copied in the world,they even help out and better other countries troops like they did with American Delta Force,help make them better. but the British S.A.S do not share "everything" are are the most secretive in the world. This is a list of countries that base/copy the British S.A.S United States - Delta Force Australia - Special Air Service Regiment New Zealand - New Zealand Special Air Service Canada - Joint Task Force 2 Israel - Sayeret Matkal Australia - Extant - Australian Special Air Service Regiment. Belgium - Extant - Belgian Special Forces Group, closely modelled on the SAS and consisting of Land, Air and Boat sections. Comprises about 120 operational personnel distinguished by the maroon beret with the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol insignia. Defunct - During WWII 5 (Belgian) SAS squadron, from 1944 '5 SAS' Regiment, consisted of Belgian volunteers. Notable as the first Allied troops to enter Belgium and the first to cross the Siegfried line, into Germany. Traditions are currently continued by 1 PARA of the Paracommando Brigade. Canada - Extant - The Canadian Military's Joint Task Force 2 is closely modelled on the SAS. (Although it traces its lineage to the Canadian SAS Company created in 1946, its structure is not generally known.) Defunct - An SAS Company was created in 1946 and disbanded in 1948. Denmark - FrÃ¸mandskorpset (Naval Special Forces) and JÃ¦gerkorpset (Army Special Forces). France - The 1st Marine Infantry Parachute Regiment (1er RÃ©giment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine) (1er RPIMa:SAS), is the heir of the World War II French SAS units ('French' Squadron, 1 SAS from 1er Compagnie, BIA; 3 and 4 SAS, ie, 3 BIA and 4 BIA, subsequently 3 RCP and 2 RCP). Its official motto is "qui ose gagne", the French translation of "Who Dares Wins". The Regiment's operators are also nicknamed "les SAS franÃ§ais" (the French SAS). Recently, the Regiment created a Squadron (3rd Company) Patrouilles SAS or "PATSAS" (SAS Patrols), using heavily-armed jeeps for raids behind enemy lines (particularly with 22 SAS and the Australian SAS in Afghanistan). Germany - The German Army Special Forces unit, the KSK (Kommando SpezialkrÃ¤fte), is also closely patterned on the SAS. Greece - Greek Special Forces, originate from the post-war ?.?.?. (spelled L.O.K. from "Loxoi Oreinon Katadromon" - Mountain Raider Detachments) which were the post-WWII successor of the "Sacred Band" ("Ieros Loxos"). The "Sacred Band" was formed in 1942 in the Middle East from a group of dedicated volunteers, former officers and officer cadets who relinquished their rank and commission in order to fight as regular soldiers. Under their C.O. - Col. Christodoulos Tsigantes, they fought alongside the SAS and SBS in the Libyan desert and the Aegean as well as with General Leclerc's Free French in Tunisia. It is no coincidence that modern Greek Special Forces insignia, bears a distinct resemblance to their brethren SAS insignia, with a winged, upward pointing sword and underscribed motto "? ?????? ????" (essentially translation of "Who Dares Wins"). Hong Kong - The Hong Kong Special Duties Unit is a part of the Hong Kong Police Force and was formed in 1973. SDU was modelled on the SAS and was trained by the SAS and SBS. Indonesia - Detasemen Bravo Paskhas TNI AU. Israel - The Sayeret Matkal, an elite unit of the IDF, is modelled on the SAS, and shares the same motto, "Who Dares Wins." Responsible for Operation Entebbe. Also Sayeret Shaldag. Italy - The Army's 9th Parachute Assault Regiment, and the Carabinieri's Gruppo di Intervento Speciale are partly based on the SAS. Japan - The National Police Agency's Special Assault Team received training from British SAS operators prior to its activation on 1 April 1996. Malaysia - The Malaysian VAT 69/UTK is a special forces of the Royal Malaysian Police Force based on by the SAS. VAT 69 modelled on and trained by the British SAS in 1969 for fighting the communist insurgency and Special Actions Unit (Unit Tindakan Khas) was based from the SAS and increased on by the United States SWAT after hostage incident by JRA Terrorist in August 1975. On 20 October 1997, VAT 69 and UTK merged and was then called Pasukan Gerakan Khas (Special Operations Force). Netherlands - The Korps Commandotroepen. New Zealand - Special Air Service of New Zealand. Norway - Forsvarets Spesialkommando (FSK). Pakistan - The SSG commandos are also partly based on the SAS. Philippines - The Philippine National Police's (PNP) Special Action Force was believed to have been based on the lines of the British SAS. Poland - GROM, partly based on the SAS. Rhodesia - 'C' Squadron 22 SAS was composed of Rhodesian troops. It formed the nucleus of the Rhodesian SAS Regiment after the end of the Malayan Emergency in 1953, and subsequently the British SAS have never raised another 'C' Squadron within 22 SAS. The Rhodesian SAS disbanded in December 1980 after the country became Zimbabwe. (See SAS Rhodesia by Fourie, C., & Pittaway, J., published Dandy Agencies, Durban, South Africa , 2003.) Sri Lanka - Spe
A combat medic is a trained soldier who is responsible for providing first aid and frontline trauma care on the battlefield. Also responsible for providing continuing medical care in the absence of a readily available physician, including care for disease and non battle injury. Combat medics are normally co-located with the combat troops they serve in order to easily move with the troops and monitor ongoing health.
First thing you have to do is to take the ASVAB and get the appropriate line scores to qualify. Upon doing that you need to talk to your recruiter about getting a garunteed job assignment into the Medical Corps. Then there is BCT and 68W10 AIT that you have to successfully complete . . . and then they award you with your MOS and regimental membership.
First make sure you are 18 years old and a legal U.S. Citizen by birth or naturalization or have Permanent Resident Status/Green Card. You do not have any past criminal convictions/felonies. (misdeamenors can be waived). 1. Get either a H.S. Diploma or a GED.. 2. Go talk to a military recruiter. I recommend you talk to more than just one recruiter from one branch of military service. Best option is to talk to them all: Air Force, Navy, Marines, Army, Coast Guard.. 3. Once you spoke to several recruiters and decided which branch you want to serve in. Have your recruiter schedule you to take the ASVAB and go to MEPS. (Military Entrance Processing Station). 4. Score high on the ASVAB (50 and higher the better your chances) and a list of medical jobs that you qualify for that are available at that momment will be presented to you.. So keep your nose clean and prepare yourself well to take the ASVAB and there should be no reason you won't be able to get a medical job.
The military will have individuals fill out a medical health survey. If they lie about their past conditions, they can be subject to court martial and dis-honorable discharge. And a background check will often reveal medical related information in billing.
No. You only have to go to medical school if you want to be a doctor in the military. What people refer to as "medics" are enlisted members of the military that are trained first as EMT's or similar equivilent. As your time (and rank) in the military increases you can apply to more schools to increase your knowledge and abilities. There are also many other specialities in the military medical system that you can specialize in (e.g. LPN equivalent, X-ray techs, Lab tech, pharmacy techs, OR techs and the list goes on just like in the civilian world).
Bethesda Naval Hospital in Washington DC. They treat all members of the armed forces and are staffed by members of mostly the US Navy but have US Army, US Marines, and US Air Force. Bethesda is commanded by an Admiral from the Navy. They have a very large VA center also. They also do cutting edge research on a variety of new medical studies such as prosthetics for paraplegics who can now run and jump better than when they had real legs.
This is open to debate but the Marines are recognized as great snipers. They have the legendary Carlos Hathcock who complete very difficult missions but on the other hand Army snipers had more kills.
Law enforcement in the U.S. Military is very broad. Considering military law, the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), can be exercised by Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO), Chief Warrant Officers (CWO), Commissioned Officers, and designated Civilians. The UCMJ or military law covers a vast array of offenses and punishments. Punishment is divided into Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP) and Court Martial. An NJP offense could be falling a sleep on post, missing movement, or failing to render proper greeting to a senior military member. A Court Martial offense could be rape, murder, or espionage. A NJP allows Commanding Officers to administer punishment and discipline to their troops and is not considered a criminal conviction. A Command will appoint an Administrative Investigating Officer who is a NCO, CWO, or Commissioned Officer to investigate (at the Officer 3 level and above) the charges. A Court Martial is used in the prosecution of more serious crimes, felony or misdemeanor level. Court Martial punishment can be as little as a reduction in rank to imprisonment to the death penalty. Court Martial offenses are investigated by Military Police Investigators (Civilian and Military), Military or Defense Special Agents (Civilian and Military), Military Police Officers (Civilian and Military, as well as an Investigating Officer. U.S. Military members are subject to the UCMJ when they are on active duty anywhere in the world. Reservist and Retirees may be subject to the UCMJ, depending on their status at the time of the offense.
In my opinion the US has the best military overall as their only losses in wars is when they chose to cease fire i.e. Vietnam. The ragtag colonists along with help from France (losses most battles) beat what was then a military powerhouse of England. The US dropping the atomic bombs on Japan. Caused Japan a country that had values from the Bushido such as to never surrender to actually surrender.
Up until Vietnam, Hamiliton used to be the traditional military watch contractor; always had trouble with them. Civilian Timex and Buluva are the best for the money.
Yes there are a lot of medical support groups out there depending on what people need. There re those medical support for drug addicts, for suicidal, for single parents, etc.
It could be China , Russia , America or Britain China has the most men. The US has the best technology, equipment, and vehicles. Britain is a little ways behind them, and Russia is a little ways behind them. So overall the US has the best military. Really depends on who's answering the question. Editor - NoOne can say , not even soldiers or anyone with military experiance , no one knows the hole world... or anything about the military , so do one buddy.
Depends on how much you've healed from the surgery, and if it would interfere with your duty as a soldier. You can get a waiver if the doctor signs off saying you're fit for duty, and if the Officer that it goes to next signs off on it. All waivers are treated differently, despite how alike they may be. Hope this helps.
For general enlistment, extreme vision or hearing impairment are disqualifying, as are chronic diseases (such as malaria) requiring regular hospitalization. Unrestricted use of the extremities, neck, back, and shoulder muscles is required. Some nerve disorders, and most psychological disorders, would require a special waiver. Other severe conditions including hemophilia, very high blood pressure, cardiac arhythmia, or apnea are also normally excluded. Persons who are extremely short (midgets, dwarfs) are not eligible for ordinary military service, nor are those who are severely overweight or underweight. In many cases, however, those who are slightly underweight can be referred to a program that raises them to the minimum requirement for that service. Typically those who are underweight at enlistment will gain substantial muscle weight during basic training.
Yes. but the condition you are prescribed medical marijuana in the first place should be cause for a discharge anyway.
It only has two; the IDF, which is an integration of the Marines, Army, Navy, and Special Forces. The other one, is the IAF, the airforce.. IDF stands for "Israeli Defense Force," while IAF stands for "Israeli Air Force.". The third group, although not "truly" military, is Mossad; it conducts espionage operations throughout the Arabian peninsula, and it employs, primarily, Israeli Arabs to spy on Arab countries. In the Arab world they are known as Mossad's "black agents." Back during the early days of the Iraq War part 2 by the second George Bush, it was Mossad who obtained all the information regarding germ warfare, the agent who obtained it, was in fact an Israeli Arab woman, who seduced one of the scientists. In fact, I think the majority of Israel's "black agents" are women. What can I say; in the Arab world ashkenazi women stand out like a sore thumb (most), so Mossad needs to use Arab women.. In terms of training standards, overall, although Israel has one of the most demanding and brutal bootcamp systems in the world, beyond bootcamp, it has some of the most lax disciplinary standards in the world. As a matter of fact, this lax in discipline, is what led directly to the IDF's defeat by Hamas in Lebanon. Primarily to save face politically, Israel attacked the Gaza strip; Hamas made them look bad in Lebanon, the Israeli public felt unsfe, so the Knesset ordered they march on Gaza. Its pretty cut and dry; there is nothing "complex" about it, its all politics.. In fact, some scholars have argued that in modern times, warfare has not become some idealistic crusade or ideology, the ambitions of some conqueror, like in the ancient world, its not about economics like in the 1990's, nor is it about religious fervor like in midieval times. Modern war, some scholars have argued, is more about making a political statement, than anything else. Look at the ongoing war in Iraq; is it REALLY about economics? Everybody says "oil, oil, oil!" but, see, thing is, there is still plenty of oil, as Saudi Arabia still posseses many highly classified reserves.. Chomsky, I believe it was, has argued, that Iraq was a war of intimidation; terrorism is about politics, so, a war was started, again, for the sake of politics. "People forget how powerful America is, so lets show em'!". As with the U.S., now that the vast bulk of the world has been exposed to the horrors of war, thanks to Hollywood, uncensored news, and of course "realistic" video games, the majority of people in the world today have become pacifists, compared to, even, their great grand parents. Because of this, modern war, sadly for the soldiers whose job is to DEFEND a country, they have indeed become political tools.. Israel is no different.
Probably not. If you have a disability that requires you to use medical marijuana then it's a disability that will excuse you from duty.
Wish I knew too. I'm a military dependent and my guess is probably 'no'. I'm afraid to ask Tricare, not that they need to fund it... but they would know if it has been approved. I suppose I could try to call them just to see their reaction. That would be a start. If they get short with me on the phone and become disrespectful, I'll know right away that it's not common enough to pursue it further.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff is the group of high-ranking officers that advice the President .
Yes you may. You will have to go through the training at the police academy. If you pass of course your a cop. But you must pass all the physical portions of the test.
I just had a Cervical Fusion C-5 and C-6. It is possible to stay inbut due to the stresses it puts on adjacent discs it is not likelyyou would stay much longer if at all.
I Tried To Join The Air Force & They Said I Couldn't Because Of My Colitis.
It is one of the leading private hospital in south California whichhas been doing medical service to the people in and aroundCalifornia and also it is having more number of branches inAmerica.
G Shocks are actually very good watches. They are shock proof, water proof. Gonna cost you about $80 to $100 for some of them.
It depends entirely on the level of disability. If you have 100% disability, you will receive 100% of the highest level of pay you received, i.e. if you reached the rank of Staf Sgt. E6 with fifteen years time in service and two years time in grade, you would receive 100% of the pay commensurate with that rank and grade.
That all depends on what you want to get out of it. If, for example, you wanted seafaring experience, you probably wouldn't join the Air Force. If you wanted to be a fighter pilot, then you'd "aim high" at the Air Force. So you need to figure out what you want to do, what you want to get out of your experience, etc. before this question can be accurately answered. Individual Opinions: . MARINES and NAVY are the best, to many in the army, airforce you get to fly, the few the proud, the marines, marines are always called on to save the day, ww2 . The Marine Corps offers challenges no other branch of service in the U.S. has, the Marine Corps is one of the toughest and best in the World. Understand, the Army, Navy, and Air Force in their own rights are the best in the world at their particular craft, the Marines is more physically demanding therefore I say it is the best.
i think medical is best of all. as in medical people can earn a lotof money.
No. The United States military does not allow its personnel to take ADHD medications; also, it does not recruit soldiers who have ADHD and take medication. If you currently take medication, it is recommended you quit taking it a year in advance of your application to the military.
Of course! They want to make sure that you are healthy and fit enough to undergo service.
There are various names for Roman military units depending upon their size. The smallest was the contubernium, then the century, the cohort, and the legion. Several legions were considered an army. Although the whole army were called "Legion"
The U.S. military is the most technologically advanced military in the world, China has the largest army in the world but not the best technology. Israel has arguably the best air force in the world and is always fighting. A good percentage of Russia's tech is left over stuff from when the soviet union had it's downfall.
Group medical insurance rates are those which apply to policies that cover a group of persons, as distinct from individual policies. The groups that are insured generally have a common denominator, such as employment by the same employer, or membership in the same organization. Typically, since the risk is spread over a larger number of people, the "law of large numbers" allows for lower rates and more relaxed underwriting standards than do individual health policies. It is not possible in this forum to quote specific insurance rates, as too many factors are involved that are peculiar to the group to be insured and the actuarial calculations by the insurer.
This is an opinion but possibly Green Beret if I had the choice(just a guess).
No I seriously doubt it. It isn't a state insurance..Its more national. California is the only state where its only a slight possibility it can work.
Some of the top rated medical groups according to the Integrated Healthcare Associated rating scale include Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, Sutter Medical Group, UCLA Medical Group, and Affinity Medical Group. These are all for California.
Females can join any branch, the only MOS's that females cannot hold are Infantry jobs, jobs that deal directly with front line combat, and special operations.
Of course. Any officer or enlisted is ALWAYS "on orders" of one kind or another, even if they are "standing orders," such as in a permanent duty station.
No. Only if you tell them can they find out. There is also doctor/patient confidentiality.
I don't think you can. It takes about a month to heal and afterward it wouldn't prevent you from any position or job.
The reputation of the Southboro Medical Group will most certainly be determined by the reputation of the doctors who work there. Most user reviews for this group say that the SMG is a reputable and reliable service, though many have issues with one doctor or another and their bedside manners.
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There are many types of medics in the military. The Army has relegated several enlisted medical MOS into a single MOS, which covers a wide range of jobs. I enlisted as a Combat Medic in the Army (prior to the reorganization where it became folded into the "Healthcare Specialist" MOS). I served with line units, and was essentially a front line paramedic. Some medics never leave the wire, and will work at aid stations, operating rooms, etc. Some will have jobs such as x-ray technicians and other medical support jobs.
You are probably going to want to talk to J.A.G. first. While some attorneys are looking to make a buck, some might be hesitant to sue a military doctor. Some states also have a cap on how much you can sue for (usually well under $1 million), and an attorney might not take your case because of that.
There are several health systems in the US named Summit Medical Group. Among them are those headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, Colorado Springs, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia.
The International Medical Group specializes in meeting the need for international medical insurance. They offer several types of insurance for travellers.
The HealthPoint Medical Group provides primary and specialist medical care. This is provided for adults and children. They are based in the Tampa Bay area.
Before the Chaldeans took over the place, they were the strongestarmy who defeated the Sumerians.