How many military personnel does it take to support one combat soldier?
In World War 2
In todays US Army there are 7 people in support of every soldier in a combat arms field. In the USMC there are 5 in support.
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Answer . Army 507,158\nNavy 347,693\nAir Force 347,352\nMarines 179,762\nTotal DOD 1,381,965\n. \nCoast Guard 41,002\nTotal Armed Forces 1,422,967\n. \nReserves 1,000,000\nParamilitary 53,000\nTotal for US Military 2,475,967
\n . \nAccording to American War and Military Operations Casualties: \n . \n Lists and Statistics , a report by Hannah Fischer, Information Research Specialist with Knowledge Services Group, there were 405,399 U.S. military personnel killed in World War II. . Around 300,000 were from the US Army… alone. ( Full Answer )
The Selective Service System has officially inducted (drafted) 17,711,283 men into the US Armed Services over a combined 34year period (September 1917-November 1918; November 1940-February 1973).
Answer . approximately 1,426,713 serving active duty and an additional 1,259,000 in the reserve componant. fragdfg
Math is used in the military for navigation (Aircraft, Ships, Tanks/Infantrymen), used for elevation and windage (deflection) when firing the artillery; math is used to compute ammunition numbers, food requests, fuel consumption, parts ordering, and other logistical operations. Math is also used in …determining how much money we earned on pay day. ( Full Answer )
As far as the US Military goes... \n. A military members' pay depends on their pay grade. There are three different types of pay grades: 1. Enlisted (E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, all the way up through E-9), 2. Warrant Officer (WO-1 through WO-5), and 3. Officer (O-1 through O-10). Below is a link for the… military pay tables effective 1 January 2008. ( Full Answer )
I'm not entirely sure of the numbers, but I do know that the majority of the US Navy fleet was stationed there, as well as a number of the Air Force's planes. So my assumption would be a vast majority of it.
Russia has over 845,000 troops and a military budget of about $1billion. It also has over 2 million reserve forces that could bemade available within a short period of time. It should be noted,the ability to join the Russian military is also open tonon-citizens from the Commonwealth of Independent S…tates as well. ( Full Answer )
Over 3,403,100 US Servicemen served in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War; of those men, 2,594,000 served in country (South Vietnam).
Of course! Can you imagine putting hard fighting citizens in harm's way to defend us at home, and then denying them a vote? Can't happen.
It varies depending on the mission. The actual answer would not be easy to find, as this is sensitive information.
The basic answer is no. In most states, you have to be 21 to get a handgun carry permit, however, I think there are one or two states that will issue handgun carry permits to people 18 or older.
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Research the websites; and add up EACH countries Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard; plus the Reserves of each component.
Georgia no doubhvbhvt has a memorial to it's WW1 dead. All of the names might be inscribed upon it. Otherwise, try site(s): WW1 US Casualties by state. 120000
Generally you have to join, then work your way through their particular combat style, then when you're high enough, you can apply to lat-move to instructor. They're not going to just sign you up to be one.
Yes and no. All military personnel from any country are given basic training as combatants in case they need it, and on a few occasions they have needed it, but only a percentage of any military organization find themselves at "the sharp end." The rest of them do maintenance, push pencils, and load …trucks, planes, ships, which allows those at "the sharp end" to have what they need to fight.. In the US military, Quakers and other conscientious objectors have abstained from combat, but they have served as medics and other non-combat personnel. ( Full Answer )
There's no way of knowing this, nor is there any way of findingout. Any numbers would be a complete guess.
In the U.S. Military, the prison for military personnel is called the Brig. EDIT: Major* sentences in the military are served at USDB at Ft. Leavenworth prison in Kansas. Female inmates are sent to the Naval Consolidated Brig in San Diego, California. *Only enlisted prisoners with sentences over… five years, commissioned officers, and prisoners convicted of offenses related to national security are confined to the USDB. Enlisted prisoners with sentences under five years are housed in smaller facilities, such as the Regional Correctional Facility at Fort Knox, Kentucky or the Marine Corps Brig at Quantico, Virginia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Disciplinary_Barracks http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naval_Consolidated_Brig,_Miramar ( Full Answer )
Probably not a 100th of what America does.America is preparing for martial law and needs all the soldiers it can get to fight against the people the govt will threatern the family's of the military and offer them a healthy life for their services in controlling the masses.expect something simular in… Australia though ( Full Answer )
As of November 2011 the numbers are this: Army - 109,520 ( Regular ) + 33,100 ( TA soldiers ) RAF - 41,330 ( Regular ) + 1500 ( Volunteer Reserves ) Royal Navy - 36,640 ( Regular ) + 2,300 ( Volunteer Reserves ) The SDSR (The Strategic Defense and Security Review) are affecting the n…umber in the British Military at the moment, so they will be decreased to this by 2015: Army - 95000 + 35000 TA soldiers RAF - 33000 Royal Navy - 30000 ( Full Answer )
generally they must use what they are issued. special operations has much greater choice in what they use. m4/m16a2 / m14 / SCAR / more machine guns / etc
Yes, as long it was honorable. Depending on how long they were out they may have to go back through some form of boot camp and training.
Just to expand on my question a bit, I recentely came across a blog written by a guy in the US military. His picture showed him in full uniform and he states he is the Air Force reserve. My issue is he has some quite extreme religious views and for example calls gays 'perverts' , scientists 'stupid'… for believing in evolution, and comments on Muslims in Britain and Obama. I agree that everyone is entitled to their views but I don't think someone should be able to express views like this when representing the US military. Is he allowed to say things like this whilst dressed in uniform and represnting the military? ( Full Answer )
No; that would be an awful lot of saluting and would cause a lot of confused civilians if you saluted everyone when walking down the street. But, at least in the Navy, the standard was to smile and return the salute if a civilian salutes you (as kids often do).
Soldiers and officers must be accountable to each other becausetrust is crucial. If a man cannot trust another in the face ofdeath, the irresponsible party must leave.
Since a tiger weighs 570-900 pounds, there would need to be quite a few strong men with good strength, like five would be enough. Two grown men (hunting skills) with sharp hunting knives could kill a tiger. One could go on the front to slash and distract the tiger while the other could go on the ba…ck to gore the tiger to death. ( Full Answer )
Military units range in size from a Fire Team to an Army, from hundreds to thousands of men.ArmyCorpsDivisionRegimentBrigadeBattalionCompanyPlatoonSquadFire Team
The estimates vary greatly on the ratio of support to combatsoldiers, but the situation has certainly improved over time. Forinstance, the American Civil War had roughly ten soldiers for everysingle support unit. World War One featured about three supportstaff for every ten soldiers. In Vietnam, the… average support tocombat ratio was 1:2. Today, that ratio suffers as a result ofcutbacks and layoffs, but ranges anywhere from 20:1 to 50:1. ( Full Answer )
Probably, the navy seals are given amphetamines (speed) daily. But then again maybe not, because soldiers in Vietnam indulged into drugs like heroin and marijuana that would cause them to be jailed 5-10 years when caught and removed from the military.
That depends on the nature of the construction activity. Painters and plasterers may need less safety oversight than iron workers, roofers, or excavators.
At the time of the Vietnam War their was about 2 million. Now their is roughly 760,000.
When India was a colony of Britain, they would be colonial military personnel if they were in the Indian Army (Navy, etc.). When America was a colony of Britain, Americans were "Colonial Soldiers" under the Crown.
Normally, nine, but it'll vary based on the function and manpower requirements of that squad, as well as number of personnel available.
In Iraq and Afghanistan no, unless you are a General or something. Guys have been known to walk around with confiscated sidearms from Iraqis, but it is officially against the rules. I do not know about previous wars.
Do all officers below Brigadier General in the US military see combat as much as enlisted soldiers do?
A bit unlikely... as with enlisted personnel, you'll have a lot of officers who may never leave the FOB, or may never even be deployed. And while a Colonel may be in the field with their troops, they won't be going house-to-house, kicking down doors with enlisted soldiers and junior officers.
A battalion is a military unit typically consisting of 300 to 900soldiers. The term has been used in nearly every Western army forcenturies.
No. In fact there was quite a crackdown on steroid use, especially with soldiers serving in the Republic of Korea, where it was much easier to acquire anabolic steroids than in the US.
Military personnel salute each other to show respect. It is also a formal military courtesy. Usually enlisted men/women salute officers first. The officers will then either return the salute or put them at ease. In the field (i.e. combat zones) you are not supposed to salute. This is because as ment…ioned above enlisted persons usually salute officers first. If a sniper or spy is watching saluting an officer would give away the fact that they are an officer and therefore they would become a ideal snipers target. If you eliminate a officer it is Both A: Bad for troop morale. And B: units have a tendancy to fall apart. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
I believe it was 25 or 30 years, after which they could retire and have a wife and family.
1/2 of one percent. (.05%) of the entire U.S. Population has actively have served in a combat theater within their lifetimes.
Although they mean the same thing, "wounded" is traditionally associated with "hostile actions" (criminal actions, gunfights, war, etc.) while "injured" is normally associated with accidents (car, plane, boating accidents or earthquakes, etc., as some examples). Approximately 300,000 US servicemen …were wounded in the Viet War. ( Full Answer )
It works like an old-style pension, rather than a 401k. There's no explicit contributing to it. It's just part of the compensation that if you serve >=20 years and retire, you get retirement pay (which is a percentage of your last active-duty pay). Members of the military do have the option to cont…ribute to a Federal Thrift Savings Plan, which is just an Individual Retirement Account but with a higher yearly contribution limit (as with an IRA at a bank, contributions aren't taxed until withdrawal). This is unrelated to military retirement pay though; all federal employees can set up a Thrift Savings Plan. ( Full Answer )
There were no Italian personnel in Battle of Britain. There were no Italian personnel in Battle of Britain.
Which is structured to support joint and combined combat operations throughout the range of military operations?
It is the United States Air Force that provides structured tosupport joint and combined combat operations. The Air Force canaccomplish this because of its superior control over air and space.It is precise, mobile, and can attack quickly.
On a regular army base (i.e. not in a combat zone) combat personnel do not carry weapons on their person at all times. However, if the base is in a combat zone, all personnel are required to carry weapons. These arms can be anything from a personal weapon (pistol) to a combat ready device or assault… rifle. It depends solely on the weaponry that is assigned to the combat personnel. ( Full Answer )
Unedited combat footage from military conflicts may well be viewed on internet sites such as YouTube and various websites on the internet. Visiting a local library may also prove beneficial in searching for this footage.
There are many ways to show appreciation to military soldiers. In Kentucky, a group of quilters has committed to making 100 quilts to donate to members of the military. Online, the group A Million Thanks sends cards and letters to military members year round.
There are many places where one can find loans for military personnel online. One can find loans for military personnel online at popular on the web sources such as Quicken Loans and Prosper.
An infantry fire team consists of four personnel - . Fire Team Leader . Automatic Rifleman (SAW gunner) . Grenadier (or Rifleman, as some unit SOPs have the Fire TeamLeader carrying the M203) . Rifleman