Try one of this sites: "military history online", and "feldgrau".
Also the links found in Closecombat.org couldn't hurt
Sorry I do not remember the exact addresses but that should be OK for a Google search.
Find out what unit he was in and do a search on that unit. Once you find the unit, they may have a web site and you can contact the members. Frogmen were in the Navy, not the Army.
Frequency is a term used in math to determine the number of occurrences for a particular event during an instance of time. By dividing the number of events by the unit of time, you can find the frequency.
The second, defined as the time taken for a specific number of vibrations in a particular isotope of caesium.
Seconds, the base unit of time, is used the most around the world.
The frequency of the waves.
Hertz is a unit to measure frequency. Number of waves passing through a particular point in unit time is considered to define frequency. The unit for frequency is inverse seconds.
An organ is a unit for a particular purpose in the body.
Velocity (speed) is the derivative of position. If you haven't taken calculus yet, derivative is simply slope. To find the speed of your object, pick out two points on your graph and find the slope between them. To get the concept behind that, think about the units of speed: distance divided by time, like miles/hr. When you calculate slope, you take (distance unit - distance unit) / (time unit - time unit) and finally reach distance unit / time unit.
You'd have to weight one to find the mass of that particular tie, but grammes will be the more appropriate unit.
The official base SI unit of time is the second (s). Since SI units are used as the standards of all respectable science, this is the unit of time most used by true scientists. Although other units of time are used, this is the most commonly used among all scientific fields. Particular fields might use other units more often depending on the particular content that scientists in that field concentrate on.
If it is in writing and if you served with the unit that was issued the award at that time period.
The unit for a rate is the unit for the numerator divided by the unit for the denominator. For example, speed = distance divided by time. If distance is measured in micrometres and time in hours, then the units for speed are micrometres per hour.
Yes it is, but it depends upon the particular unit that is in question. Some units have thousands of volumes written about it, while other units are not mentioned anywhere. Try contacting a WW 2 Historian (like me) & inform them of the unit in question. The Historian should have a "feel" for how much information is available. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
a unit clerk works for a particular department and does clerical type work.
A group of tissues working together as a unit for a particular purpose in the body is known as an organ.
It's a unit to measure the activity of a particular enzyme.How much it converts into product reacting with substrate at a particular time, temp and pH range. Filter paper is a source of cellulose(cellulase can cleave it).Refer nrel website for details.
Which time unit......
Speed. The equation to find speed is distance over time.
DID U HAVE ANY ParTICULAR SENDING UNIT IN MIND ???
why does the unit of time enter twice in the unit of acceleration?
The SI unit for time is Seconds.
A unit of acceleration can be (speed unit) divided by (time unit) or (length or distance unit) divided by (time unit)2