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To serve the American people, protect enduring national interests, and fulfill the Nation's military requirements. (FM 6-22, Army Leadership)
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Answer R.A.O.C The Royal Army Ordnance Corps ,along with the Royal Corps of Transport, Army Catering Corps, and the Postal and Courier Service of the Royal Engin…eers formed the Royal Logistic Corps on 5th April 1993.
If an Officer, you can resign. If enlisted, you would have to give 'GOOD' cause for seeking discharge. Help support family. Take care of elderly parent(s). OR confess to drug …usage, criminal behavior, mental illness, homosexual activity, etc, etc, etc. All of which you would have to prove. Enlisted soldiers it is much more difficult, if you are looking for a discharge I'm sure you will find one but it will cost you a lot more than just the opportunity to go home. Basically, in today's Army you will have to more or less break the law or commit a felony offense and even still you may not be discharged, its the Army choice, your under a contract. (While breaking the law may get you discharged, having a girlfriend/boyfriend or spouse get a Domestic Violence restraining order on you is the safest. It's not a criminal charge, but the Lautenberg amendment forbids you carrying a weapon after that.) In the old days if you were not able to maintain the Army's Height/Weight standards or pass a Physical Fitness Test or even say that you are CRAZY then you could easily find yourself discharge or kicked out, not so much anymore.
Answer Question: Does Company J exist in the US ARmy. Answer: The infantry division during WW2 contained 3 Infantry Regiments. Each Regime…nt consisted of 12 companies, identified A---through---M but it omitted Company J. There was no Company J. I assume this is still true today. Answer A modern division consists of from two to four maneuver brigades. A Light Infantry Division during peacetime has two active-duty infantry brigades plus one US Army Reserve brigade. The 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions carry three active-duty infantry brigades. In a heavy division, there are four maneuver brigades. If it is a Mechanized Infantry division, there are three brigades of infantry and one of armor; an Armor division has three brigades of armor and one of infantry. Each brigade consists of three battalions, each of which contains either three or four line companies (armor has three, infantry four) plus a headquarters company. Each battalion's line companies will be named A through D--you won't find an E company in a maneuver battalion. Now, as to the question...a "troop" is a company-size Cavalry unit. A modern division contains ONE squadron of cavalry, which contains A through D Troops.
The US Army defends the United States and they help there allies they have control of the whole USA but of course to us there our freedom!
The US Army is tasked with the military operations based on the land. This is the main arm of the Armed Forces of the United States.
The United States Army works as a single military force, and is not split up into smaller 'armies'. Rather, the Army is split up into companies, which are groups of platoons s…ent on a particular mission. A platoon consists of squads, which are made up of a handful of individuals. There are sometimes around 200 enlisted men (as well as 4 or 5 officers) in a company and about 40 in a platoon. A company generally has about 3 to 5 platoons of men.
Global Warning does exists its going to happen around 2012 and last long until we all die.
The Salvation Army is a Christian organisation meaning it is based on the beliefs of Christ and God so basically they exist because they believe helping people is the right th…ing to do and they should do it.
The Red Army is the common name for the land forces of the Soviet Union. The Red Army ceased to exist as a formal entity due to the dissolution and break-up of the USSR in… 1991. That being said during celebrations marking the anniversary of the War, Red Army uniforms and unit insignia are often worn and paraded commemorating their contributions and sacrifices.
its not a us army its the United states army, US is just the initials.
existent is an adjective: Many species are no longer existent. existing is a verb: They are existing on $100 a week.
countries have armies so they can defend their country from other countries armies.lol
In US Army
Yes, it exists in all branches of the US Armed Forces, with the exception of the Navy and Coast Guard - their equivalent (which also still exists) is Ensign.
In British Army
Yes, newly commissioned officers are commissioned as Second Lieutenants.