What is the basic infantry weapon used by the Israeli during the Arab Israeli War?
Depends on which one you're talking about. If you're referring to 1948, they had a hodgepodge assortment of rifles - Lee-Enfields, Mausers, Springfields, Garands, etc. In 1955, they adopted the FN FAL rifle, while many reservists were still armed with Mausers which had been rechambered for the 7.62x51 NATO cartridge. The FAL remained in production in Israel until 1980, but after the Yom Kippur War, began being phased out for the M16 and Galil. In 2006, they had M16s, M4s, Galils, and the Tavor TAR-21 is likely to have seen service, as well as the Negev light machine gun, Stoner SR-25, and other weapons.
you can't replace all of their weapons, they have lasguns as the basic weapon for the squad
The M4 is the basic weapon system for the modern infantry soldier. It is usually equipped with a M68 red dot sight. A standard combat load for a soldier carrying an M4 is 400 rounds of ammunition. Are you serious? 400 rounds is not the STANDARD combat load. The M16A4 is the standard basic weapon but is being replaced by the M4. A red dot is definitely not the standard sight.
The basic Roman infantry weapon was the gladiolus, a short sword used effectively in in-fighting. The Greeks relied mostly on the spear.
Depending on unit, the M4 or M4A1 carbine, or else the M16 rifle (A2, A4, or A5 models, again dependent on unit).
The M1 Garand was the basic infantry weapon of the United States, also called the M1 Mash-yer-Thumb because if you loaded it wrong, it could break or possibly mash your tthumb. The M1 and M1A1 Carbines, as well as the M2 Thompson (yes, the mafia gun) were used by US paratrooper squads. The BAR and M1919 Browning were used as heavy infantry machine guns.
They don't carry ammo in boxes. Basic load depends on the weapon system. 210 rounds for the M4 or M16, 600 - 800 rounds for the M249, 800 - 1000 rounds for the M240.
The Zionists established a general framework for a government during the Arab-Israeli War of 1948-9. They convened the first Knesset after the war and passed a few Basic Laws enshrining the general procedure and make-up of the Israeli government.
It depends somewhat on your definition of "new", but basic infantry weaponry in World War II for the United States Army used only two weapons from Wordl War I in the regular footsoldiers equipment: The M1911A1 Colt automatic pistol, and the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR). The 1903, and 03A3 Springfields of World War I were also used, but as sniper weapons, not as main infantry shoulder rifles. The basic shoulder rifle was the M1 Garand… Read More
Would a 20mm gunner in the Navy Armed Guard during World War 2 qualify for the rifle marksmanship ribbon?
Not with that weapon, but a rifle during basic training yes
Royal Marine Commando's (32 Weeks basic training)
Not for basic entry into the infantry.
Yes. US Army infantry attend One Station Unit Training (essentially, Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training, rolled into one package) at Fort Benning, Georgia.
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No, you cannot. You have to be classed as infantry to earn the EIB. ................................................. Another Answer: EIB is the Expert Infantryman Badge that was given to almost everyone in basic that passed the course. It did not matter what job you had. The CIB Combat Infantryman Badge was given to those that were in combat infantry situations. You did not have to be in the infantry to receive either award.
A predominant mode of combat during the US Civil War was the infantry firefight at close range. This was usually the result of a point when the attacking army had overcome the first fear of the enemy's rifles or fieldworks and marched into contact.
Fission and fusion. All fusion boms are trigered by a fission weapon.
you dont you have to earn back your weapons by assassinating various targets first you get back basic weapons and then you get back the better ones
The best blunt weapon and the best weapon in the entire game is in the shivering isles the weapon is nerveshatter it is from syl by either killing her and taking it from her during symbols of office or purifying the tree it has the highest base damage plus a devistating shock damage and weakness to shock damage spell its damage is 29 at most with just basic damage
The Roman army used their shields any time there was a battle. It was their basic defensive weapon and could at times be used offensively as well. The Roman army used their shields any time there was a battle. It was their basic defensive weapon and could at times be used offensively as well. The Roman army used their shields any time there was a battle. It was their basic defensive weapon and could at… Read More
The basic infantry formations was a line of regiments deployed two men deep with skirmishes ahead to prepare the way and support units a few hundred yards in the rear to cover for accidents or some type of unforeseen problem.
Going into battle a Roman soldier had his sword, knife and javelins. These were the basic weapons of the infantry. He also had his shield which could be used either offensively or defensively and of course, his body armor and helmet. Going into battle a Roman soldier had his sword, knife and javelins. These were the basic weapons of the infantry. He also had his shield which could be used either offensively or defensively and… Read More
The 54th Infantry Regiment of the United States Army currently only has one active battalion, which is a Basic Combat Training battalion at Fort Benning. It may or not still be an infantry One Station Unit Training outfit - infantry OSUT used to be exclusive to Fort Benning, but some units since have reverted to non-infantry Basic Combat Training. A friend of mine who went through infantry OSUT in 2/54 in the late 90s tells… Read More
A division is a large military unit or formation usually consisting of around ten to twenty thousand soldiers. Early infantry divisions were mainly basic foot soldiers, however today, one of the most common kinds of infantry divisions are mechanized infantry divisions, these infantry soldiers are transported in armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles, backed up with heavy fire and striking power provided by tanks, helicopters, and artillery.
The Second Amendment.
9 weeks of Basic Training followed by 5 weeks of AIT Infantry School. This will be done simultaneously non-stop. So a total of 14 weeks all together.
A Regiment is a term for an organization within the army. And the organization of the Army has changed over the years and for various countries. During WW2 the US Infantry Regiment consisted of 3 Battalions of 4 Companies each. There were 3 Regiments within an Infantry Division and including artillery, engineers and support personnel, the infantry division contained 15,000 men. The infantry battalion was the basic unit that operated in the field and was… Read More
No. It is considered a weapon until you are trusted by authorities.
I suppose light infantry, although not so much anymore, especially as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have required them to adapt to mechanised operations. Currently, the US Army only has two distinct types of infantry - those who operate mortars, and those who don't. Prior to 2002, there were four main infantry MOS - 11B (light infantry), 11C (mortars), 11H (TOW anti-tank), and 11M (mechanised). 11H and 11M were folded into 11B, so there… Read More
What are the basic strategic principles for successful combat at the small unit level such as an infantry company or platoon?
An infantry company or platoon does not have stategic principles: It is a tactical formation. Surely it must be simply kill more of the enemy than the ememy kills of you..............
A legion was the basic unit of a Roman army. It consisted of roughly 5,000 infantry, if at full strength. It was divided into cohorts which were further divided into centuries. In addition to the infantry there were also cavalry and auxiliaries attached to each legion.
A basic weapon.
Although Pakistan does not recognize Israel's right to exist, it has never been in a conflict with Israel. The countries are thousands of miles apart. If the question intends to ask about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (instead of the Israeli-Pakistani Conflict) please see the Related Question below.
It would actually be SMA Kidd (or SMA (ret) Kidd). While I'm unable to find anything which states specifically where he went through Basic Combat Training, he wears a Combat Infantryman's Badge, and all of his assignments listed below Division level refer to infantry units, which would indicate that he held an infantry MOS - in which case, he would have gone through his Basic at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Depends on what you will be doing in the Army. Infantry personnel attend One Station Training at Ft. Benning GA.
Hey they mostly used basic things like pichforks,but some had guns,cannons(town weapon), and swords(such as the rapier) but most were the farming tools etc. Sean
I believe he had an Infantry MOS, in which case, he would've done One Station Unit Training (Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training, rolled into one package) at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Depends on your MOS. In you're in an MOS which has One Station Unit Training (such as Army infantry), you would simply continue on as you had before, since you do your Basic and AIT in one package. If you had to go to another post for your AIT, then you'd do that.
There are four basic positions: Standing, kneeling, sitting and prone.
There are Multiple for all basic types of weapons but the grand exchange is the cheapest and has the most variety.
Godly mace of the ancients basic damage 57 - 111 Energy
There are certain privileges and responsibilities based on what ethnic group (based on religion) you ascribe to in Israeli society. Of course, all Israelis have the most important and basic rights, but certain particular differences arise between groups. Israeli Jews, Druze, and Circassians have mandatory service in the Israeli Army. Arab Israelis have the right to get an education in Arabic instead of Hebrew. No person of one religion can be intermarried with someone of… Read More
H2O and CO2 are used as basic inorganic materials during photosynthesis.
Get bazookamen behind cover, and use some basic infantry further forward to take the fire while the bazooka aims.
Infantry means foot soldiers, as distinct from tankers, artillerymen, engineers, and other specialists. The foot soldiers are the ones who actually have to looking for the enemy with a gun in their hands and do the army's business of defeating the enemy. A battalion is an organizational unit, usually with about 800 or so men. There are battalions of many types, to perform many functions, including infantry battalions. A rifleman is the basic infantryman, armed… Read More
11B - infantry. Prior to the reorganization which occurred towards the end of 2001/beginning of 2002, the 11 series Career Management Field consisted of the following infantry MOSs - 11A (Infantry Officer - commissioned officer only), 11B (light infantryman - enlisted), 11C (mortar crewman - enlisted), 11H (anti-armor crewman - enlisted), 11M (mechanized infantryman - enlisted), and 11X (basic trainee/not MOS qualified - enlisted). After the reorganization, the MOS of 11H and 11M were folded… Read More
Infantry go through One Station Unit Training, rather than separate Basic and AIT. IIRC, Infantry OSUT is 13 weeks total. That doesn't include time spent at the AG waiting for an OSUT unit to become available (which may be up to three weeks), nor any additiional schools (such as mortars, mechanised infantry, jump school, etc.)
Pradetorians were a speciel unit that served the empire,lieionarys becuase they were basic heavy infantry,spernumerarii asoilder who replaced a dead one.
The basic keyboard was invented during 1954.
Albert Elkin has written: 'The development of a list of minimal training goals for basic combat training' -- subject(s): Basic training (Military education), Combat, Drill and tactics, United States, United States. Army. Infantry
The basic military force of the United States of America is the United States Army. The US Marines are part of the Navy. The US Coast Guard was part of the Department of Transportation, now is part of the Homeland Security. The US Air Force and US Navy are "strategic forces" able to conduct war 24-7 around the globe. The US Army CANNOT do that, they are a "tactical force" and depend upon the USAF… Read More