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What is the difference between the army and the National Guard?
This question is asked often. The National Guard is a reserve force of the Army. The Army is an active duty component. Both are under the Dept. of Army. ...
Asked in Military Terminology, US Army, US Navy
How much does the navy reserve get called for active duty?
As often as needed. That will be determined by your military occupation and status of the unit you're assigned to. ...
Asked in US Army, US National Guard
How often does the National Guard deploy military police officers?
Quite often. Military Police has traditionally been a shortage MOS, which is in high demand by the military. If you're in Military Police or Motor Transport as a Reservist or National Guardsman, you stand a pretty good chance of being deployed. ...
How often do National Guard soldiers deploy overseas?
Well, the North Carolina National Guard deployed to Iraq in 2004, then again in 2009, and that would seem pretty representative. As operations in Iraq wind down, you'll notice less frequent deployments of the National Guard. Some specialised units - such as the Special Forces units of the National Guard - will, however, see more recurring deployment than line units. ...
Asked in Economics
When you save something to be sure there is enough what is it called?
Goods saved for a period of scarcity are often called a "reserve" (e.g. the Strategic Petroleum Reserve). ...
Asked in US National Guard
Are you a veteran if you were called to active duty in the National Guard from 1956 to 1965?
Contact the VA on this topic; because their policies change. During the 1960s, 1970s, applications often said, (as an example) "must have served for 30 days or longer/or 60 days or longer/or 90 days or longer; on active duty." And sometimes those sentences had this on the end of them, "...on active duty NOT FOR TRAINING." ...
Asked in New Zealand, Volcanoes
What smelly gas often accomanies active volcanoes?
The smelly gas that often accompanies active volcanoes is known as fumarole gas. This has the same odor as rotten egg. ...
Asked in Economics
What would most likely happen if the federal reserve decided to increase the reserve requirement in banks?
If the Federal Reserve decided to increase the reserve requirement in banks, it is likely that banks would be targeted more often for robbery. This would be because there would be more money in every federally-insured bank. ...
Asked in Games
What is wildlife game reserve?
At wildlife game reserves in Africa (for example) tourists come to the reserve and go on safaris. This brings money into the reserve to be spent on better healthcare and treatment for the animals and payment for the staff that work there. Game reserves are often in remote bushland and are often staffed by mostly park rangers. Their main objective is the animals care and welfare. ...
Can you work as security guard without security guard certification?
Many places will hire you to work as a security guard without any certification but, often they do have at least a bit of training that they will give you after you are hired. ...
Asked in US Military, US Army
What is the diffirence between the army and the army reserve?
The difference between night and day, if you want the short version. There are four components of the Army, and three of those are currently in place - the Regular Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard. When most people refer to "Army", they usually think of the Regular Army, which is a full-time, active duty force of professional soldiers. They soldier 24/7 - they don't do anything else. The Army Reserve is composed of part-timers. They drill one weekend a month, and do two...
What is a shooting guard's position on a basketball court?
THe shooting guard is often referred to as the "2" guard. Basically, the point guard is responsible for bring ball down and running the offense, penetrating and dishing to other players. The shooting guard is the other guard that will setup at the 3 point line for example and wait for the point guard to penetrate and draw his man, that way the point guard can dish to the shooting guard for the shot. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Which of these tools is often used by the federal reserve to stimulate borrowing and spending?
Decrease the discount rates to banks
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Asked in Business & Finance
Who owns the securities at the Federal Reserve?
The Federal Reserve System (also known as the Federal Reserve, and informally as the Fed) is the central banking system of the United States.The Federal Reserve System fulfills its public mission as an independent entity within government. It is not "owned" by anyone and is not a private, profit-making institution.However, the Federal Reserve is subject to oversight by the Congress, which often reviews the Federal Reserve's activities and can alter its responsibilities by statute. ...
What did the national guard do in World War 1 and World War II?
The National Guard was activated and transferred to the active Army during these wars. For those who could not serve in the military, states created unorganised militias (often called "State Guard Forces", "State Defence Forces", et. al) in order to have a force on-hand which could fulfill the state role the National Guard normally would fulfill if they hadn't been activated, as well as serve as a home-based force to prevent incursions into the US, spot U-boats and Zeppelins, etc. ...