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You should probably define what g means in this question, but I'm just gonna throw out a guess of 75.5g. If your question was, "what is the average of 68 and 83? You would find the average by adding 68 plus 83, which results in the answer 151. You would then divide 151 by 2, as you are trying to find the average between the two numbers, which is most likely right in the middle somewhere, say, on a number line. Same theory. Otherwise, I have no idea what g means, but say, if g were just a letter, not representing anything other than g, relative to x and y, then the average of 68g and 83g would thus result in 75.5g.



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The specific heat capacity of water is 4186J/kgK First convert your temperature to Kelvins: 9+273.15=282.15K And g to kg: 68g*(1kg/1000g)=0.068kg Now multiply through: 0.068kg*282.15K*4186J/kgK All units cancel except J to get: 80,313J Simplify to 80.3kJ (kilo joules)


Australian Egg Sizes Jumbo 68g Extra large 60g Large 52g Medium 43g UK Egg sizes Very Large 73g +over Large 63 - 73g Medium 53 - 63g Small 53g +under US egg sizes Jumbo 2 1/2 oz (71g) Extra-large 2 1/4 oz (64g) Large 2 oz (57g) Medium 1 3/4 oz (50g) Small 1 1/2 oz (43g) Peewee 1 1/4 oz (35g)


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The LD50 (the dose required to kill 50% of test subjects) must be in the many pound range. Still, that is not a healthy thing to do. One ounce of milk chocolate has about 6mg of caffeine and about 44mg of theobromine. Baking chocolate has higher levels of both, running around 35mg of caffeine and 392mg of theobromine. The LD50 of theobromine in humans is approximately 1g per kilo of body weight, and caffeine is about 175mg per kilo. I personally weight about 68 kilograms, so my LD50 levels are about 68kg 1g/kg = 68g of theobromine or about 68kg * 0.175g/kg = 12g of caffeine. Given that most of the chocolate I eat is up in the 70% chocolate solids content, and I want a little safety margin, I'll just go ahead and use the baking chocolate numbers to find out that I would need to consume to reach my LD50 level: theobromine: 68g * 1oz/.392g = 173.5oz = 10.8lb Caffeine: 12g * 1oz/.035g = 342.9oz = 21.4lb So, basically this says that the theobromine is by far more toxic that caffeine when it comes to chocolate consumption, and that I'd have to eat almost 11 pounds of baking chocolate in order to be in the realm of a 50% chance of lethality. Most of the bars I buy are 8oz, so that's about 22 bars. Phew. Close one today. Next time I'll play it safe and keep the number down in the teens. Your answer was based on the assumption that the consumer was eating regular chocolate. There is a HEALTHY dark chocolate produced with unprocessed, non-alkalized, non-lecithinized cacao powder with a higher antioxidant level than acai, blueberries, brocoli, etc. "Normal" chocolate uses processed cocoa powder and sugars, along with bad fats, fillers, waxes, preservatives, etc. So while traditional chocolate could possibly result in death by chocolate, this healthy chocolate is believe to bring health and healing. Perhaps that's while the botanical name for the VEGETABLE that is the source of chocolate is Theobroma cacao - "food of the gods."


1 tonne = 1,000 kg = 1,000,000gIt depends upon the size of the eggs used (and where you are):In UK:Eggs comes in 4 sizes (now): small (73g). A reasonable guestimate for average size would be:small 48g → a dozen weighs 12 x 48g = 576g → 1 tonne = 1,000,000 ÷ 576 = 17361/9 ≈ 1736.1 dozenmedium 58g → a dozen weighs 12 x 58g = 696g → 1 tonne = 1,000,000 ÷ 696 = 143668/87 ≈ 1436.8 dozenlarge 68g → a dozen weighs 12 x 68g = 816g → 1 tonne = 1,000,000 ÷ 816 = 122525/51 ≈ 1225.5 dozenvery large 78g → a dozen weighs 12 x 78g = 936g → 1 tonne = 1,000,000 ÷ 936 = 106844/117 ≈ 1086.4 dozenMeaning there will be between approx 1086 and 1736 dozens of eggs per tonne.In USAEggs comes in 6 sizes of average weight:peewee 35g → a dozen weigh 12 x 35g = 420g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 420 = 238020/21 ≈ 2381 dozensmall 43g → a dozen weigh 12 x 43g = 516g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 516 = 1937127/129 ≈ 1938 dozenmedium 50g → a dozen weigh 12 x 50g = 600g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 600 = 16662/3 ≈ 1666.7 dozenlarge 57g → a dozen weigh 12 x 57g = 684g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 684 = 1461169/171 ≈ 1462 dozenextra large 64g → a dozen weigh 12 x 64g = 768g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 768 = 13021/12 ≈ 1302.1 dozenjumbo 71g → a dozen weigh 12 x 71g = 852g → 1 tonne = 1000000 ÷ 852 = 1173151/213 ≈ 1173.7 dozenMeaning there are between approx 1174 and 2381 dozen eggs in a tonne.


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Spring Crops:Turnip 60G (5 days, single harvest)Potato: 80G (8 days, single harvest)Cucumber: 60G (8 days, multiple harvest, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Strawberry: 30G (7 days, multiple harvest, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Cabbage: 250G (N.B. Van will pay up to 397G for a Cabbage) (15 days,single harvest)Summer Crops:Tomato: 60G (10 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Corn: 100G (15 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Onion: 80G (8 days, single harvest)Pumpkin: 250G (15 days, single harvest)Pineapple: 500G (21 days, multiple harvests, 5 days for subsequent harvests)Autumn Crops:Eggplant: 80G (10 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Carrot: 120G (8 days, single harvest)Sweet Potato 100G (6 days, multiple harvests, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Spinach: 80G (6 days, single harvest)Green Pepper: 40G (8 days, multiple harvests, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Flowers:Moondrop Flower: 60G (wild/cultivated in Spring) (7 days, single harvest)Pinkcat Flower: 70G (wild/cultivated in Summer) (7 days, single harvest)Blue Magic Grass: 80G (wild/cultivated in Autumn) (11 days, single harvest)Red Magic Grass: 200G (wild/cultivated in Autumn) (11 days, single harvest)Toy Flower: 130G (wild/cultivated in Spring) (13 days, single harvest)Cultivated Fruits:Peach: 250G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Banana: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Orange: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Apple: 100G (cultivated: harvest in Autumn)Grape: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Autumn)Ranch Products:Chicken Egg (S): 50GChicken Egg (M): 60GChicken Egg (L) 80GDuck Egg (S): 80GDuck Egg (M): 100GDuck Egg (L): 150GMayonnaise (S) : 100G (Maker/Kitchen)Mayonnaise (M): 150G (Maker/Kitchen)Mayonnaise (L): 200G (Maker/Kitchen)Milk (S): 100G (Milker with or without TouchGlove)Milk (M): 150G (Milker with Touchglove)Milk (L): 200G (Van: 266G) (Milker with TouchGlove)Cheese (S): 300G (Maker)Cheese (M): 400G (Maker)Cheese (L): 500G (Van: 807G) (Maker)Yoghurt (S): 150G (Maker)Yoghurt (M): 200G (Maker)Yoghurt (L): 300G (Maker)Shitake Mushroom (S): 50G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Shitake Mushroom (M): 80G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Shitake Mushroom (L): 120G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Toadstool (S): 100G (Van: 144G) (wild in Autumn/cultivated year-round inMushroom House)Toadstool (M): 130G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Toadstool (L): 160G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (S): 350G (wild in Autumn/cultivated year-round inMushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (M): 500G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (L): 800G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Wool (S): 100G (clippers with or without TouchGlove)Wool (M): 400G (clippers with TouchGlove)Wool (L): 500G (clippers with TouchGlove)Yarn: (S): 300G (Maker)Yarn (M): 700G (Maker)Yarn (L): 800GItems Collected in Wilds:Spa Egg: 80G (throw any egg into a Hot Spring)Bamboo Shoots: 50G (wild in Spring)Wild Grapes: 50G (wild in Summer)Blue Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Green Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Red Grass: 110G (wild in Summer and Autumn)Yellow Grass: 120G (wild in Spring)Orange Grass: 100G (wild in Spring)Purple Grass: 120G (wild in Summer)Indigo Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Black Grass: 10G (found in mines year-round)White Grass: 150G (wild in Winter)Items from Shops:Turbojolt: 500G (Van/Kitchen)Turbojolt XL: 1000G (Van/Kitchen)Bodigizer: 250G (Van/Kitchen)Bodigizer XL: 500G (Van/Kitchen)Wine: 150G (Supermarket)Grape Juice: 100G (Supermarket)Riceballs: 50G (Supermarket)Bread: 50G (Supermarket)Oil: 25G (Supermarket)Flour: 25G (Supermarket)Curry Powder: 25G (Supermarket)Dumpling Mix: 50G (Supermarket)Chocolate: 50G (Supermarket)Relax Tea Leaves: 1000G (Casino/Kitchen)Items from Festivals:Buckwheat Flour: 50G (Year-End Festival)Rice Cake: 50G (New Year Festival)Fish:Fish (S): 50GFish (M): 120G (Van: 648G)Fish (L): 200G (Van: 1256G)Items from Mines:Copper: 15G (1st and 3rd Mines)Silver: 20G (1st and 3rd Mines)Gold: 25G (1st and 3rd Mines)Mystrile: 40G (1st and 3rd Mines)Orihalcon: 50G (3rd Mine)Adamantite: 50G (3rd Mine)Moonstone: 55G (2nd Mine)Sandrose: 60G (2nd Mine)Pink Diamond: 10,000G (2nd Mine)Alexandrite: 10,000G (2nd Mine) (Van will pay 16442G)Mythic Stone: 20,000G (3rd Mine only after you have 6 Blessed Tools)Diamond: 100G (2nd Mine)Emerald: 80G (2nd Mine)Ruby: 75GTopaz: 70GPeridot: 68GFluorite: 65GAgate: 62GAmethyst: 60GSpring Sun: 1GSummer Sun: 1GFall Sun: 1GWinter Sun: 1GBracelet: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Necklace: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Earrings: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Brooch: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Rubbish:Weed: 1GStone: 1GBranch: 1GSpecial and Miscellaneous Items:Lithograph: 1GBottled Message: 4GDog Ball: 1GPirate Treasure: 10,000G (Van will pay 65516G)Fish Fossil: 5000GEmpty Can: 1GBoot: 1GFishbone: 1GPerfume: 40GWitch Princess' Gift: 1GHarvest Goddess' Gift: 1GTitle Bonus: 1G (Obtain this when you win the Gladiator Girls game.)Dress: 50GFacial pack: 47GSkin Lotion: 40GSunblock: 43GWood Lumber: 1GStone Lumber: 1GGolden Lumber: 1GFodder: 1GBird Feed: 1G10,000G Ticket: 10,000G100,000G Ticket: 100,000G


Spring Crops:Turnip 60G (5 days, single harvest)Potato: 80G (8 days, single harvest)Cucumber: 60G (8 days, multiple harvest, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Strawberry: 30G (7 days, multiple harvest, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Cabbage: 250G (N.B. Van will pay up to 397G for a Cabbage) (15 days,single harvest)Summer Crops:Tomato: 60G (10 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Corn: 100G (15 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Onion: 80G (8 days, single harvest)Pumpkin: 250G (15 days, single harvest)Pineapple: 500G (21 days, multiple harvests, 5 days for subsequent harvests)Autumn Crops:Eggplant: 80G (10 days, multiple harvests, 3 days for subsequent harvests)Carrot: 120G (8 days, single harvest)Sweet Potato 100G (6 days, multiple harvests, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Spinach: 80G (6 days, single harvest)Green Pepper: 40G (8 days, multiple harvests, 2 days for subsequent harvests)Flowers:Moondrop Flower: 60G (wild/cultivated in Spring) (7 days, single harvest)Pinkcat Flower: 70G (wild/cultivated in Summer) (7 days, single harvest)Blue Magic Grass: 80G (wild/cultivated in Autumn) (11 days, single harvest)Red Magic Grass: 200G (wild/cultivated in Autumn) (11 days, single harvest)Toy Flower: 130G (wild/cultivated in Spring) (13 days, single harvest)Cultivated Fruits:Peach: 250G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Banana: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Orange: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Summer)Apple: 100G (cultivated: harvest in Autumn)Grape: 200G (cultivated: harvest in Autumn)Ranch Products:Chicken Egg (S): 50GChicken Egg (M): 60GChicken Egg (L) 80GDuck Egg (S): 80GDuck Egg (M): 100GDuck Egg (L): 150GMayonnaise (S) : 100G (Maker/Kitchen)Mayonnaise (M): 150G (Maker/Kitchen)Mayonnaise (L): 200G (Maker/Kitchen)Milk (S): 100G (Milker with or without TouchGlove)Milk (M): 150G (Milker with Touchglove)Milk (L): 200G (Van: 266G) (Milker with TouchGlove)Cheese (S): 300G (Maker)Cheese (M): 400G (Maker)Cheese (L): 500G (Van: 807G) (Maker)Yoghurt (S): 150G (Maker)Yoghurt (M): 200G (Maker)Yoghurt (L): 300G (Maker)Shitake Mushroom (S): 50G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Shitake Mushroom (M): 80G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Shitake Mushroom (L): 120G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom House)Toadstool (S): 100G (Van: 144G) (wild in Autumn/cultivated year-round inMushroom House)Toadstool (M): 130G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Toadstool (L): 160G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (S): 350G (wild in Autumn/cultivated year-round inMushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (M): 500G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Matsutake Mushroom (L): 800G (cultivated year-round in Mushroom house)Wool (S): 100G (clippers with or without TouchGlove)Wool (M): 400G (clippers with TouchGlove)Wool (L): 500G (clippers with TouchGlove)Yarn: (S): 300G (Maker)Yarn (M): 700G (Maker)Yarn (L): 800GItems Collected in Wilds:Spa Egg: 80G (throw any egg into a Hot Spring)Bamboo Shoots: 50G (wild in Spring)Wild Grapes: 50G (wild in Summer)Blue Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Green Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Red Grass: 110G (wild in Summer and Autumn)Yellow Grass: 120G (wild in Spring)Orange Grass: 100G (wild in Spring)Purple Grass: 120G (wild in Summer)Indigo Grass: 100G (wild in Summer)Black Grass: 10G (found in mines year-round)White Grass: 150G (wild in Winter)Items from Shops:Turbojolt: 500G (Van/Kitchen)Turbojolt XL: 1000G (Van/Kitchen)Bodigizer: 250G (Van/Kitchen)Bodigizer XL: 500G (Van/Kitchen)Wine: 150G (Supermarket)Grape Juice: 100G (Supermarket)Riceballs: 50G (Supermarket)Bread: 50G (Supermarket)Oil: 25G (Supermarket)Flour: 25G (Supermarket)Curry Powder: 25G (Supermarket)Dumpling Mix: 50G (Supermarket)Chocolate: 50G (Supermarket)Relax Tea Leaves: 1000G (Casino/Kitchen)Items from Festivals:Buckwheat Flour: 50G (Year-End Festival)Rice Cake: 50G (New Year Festival)Fish:Fish (S): 50GFish (M): 120G (Van: 648G)Fish (L): 200G (Van: 1256G)Items from Mines:Copper: 15G (1st and 3rd Mines)Silver: 20G (1st and 3rd Mines)Gold: 25G (1st and 3rd Mines)Mystrile: 40G (1st and 3rd Mines)Orihalcon: 50G (3rd Mine)Adamantite: 50G (3rd Mine)Moonstone: 55G (2nd Mine)Sandrose: 60G (2nd Mine)Pink Diamond: 10,000G (2nd Mine)Alexandrite: 10,000G (2nd Mine) (Van will pay 16442G)Mythic Stone: 20,000G (3rd Mine only after you have 6 Blessed Tools)Diamond: 100G (2nd Mine)Emerald: 80G (2nd Mine)Ruby: 75GTopaz: 70GPeridot: 68GFluorite: 65GAgate: 62GAmethyst: 60GSpring Sun: 1GSummer Sun: 1GFall Sun: 1GWinter Sun: 1GBracelet: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Necklace: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Earrings: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Brooch: 2000G (Van will pay 3270G for any piece of jewelry.)Rubbish:Weed: 1GStone: 1GBranch: 1GSpecial and Miscellaneous Items:Lithograph: 1GBottled Message: 4GDog Ball: 1GPirate Treasure: 10,000G (Van will pay 65516G)Fish Fossil: 5000GEmpty Can: 1GBoot: 1GFishbone: 1GPerfume: 40GWitch Princess' Gift: 1GHarvest Goddess' Gift: 1GTitle Bonus: 1G (Obtain this when you win the Gladiator Girls game.)Dress: 50GFacial pack: 47GSkin Lotion: 40GSunblock: 43GWood Lumber: 1GStone Lumber: 1GGolden Lumber: 1GFodder: 1GBird Feed: 1G10,000G Ticket: 10,000G100,000G Ticket: 100,000G


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Immaterial & Personnel Special Reporting CodesOfficer00A Duties Unassigned00B General Officer00C Relieved from Duty; Sick in Hospital or Quarters00D Newly Commissioned Officers Awaiting Entry on Active Duty for Officer Basic Course Attendance00E Student Officer01A Officer Generalist01B Aviation/Infantry/Armor/MI Immaterial01C Chemical/Engineer/MP Immaterial02A Combat Arms Generalist02B Infantry/Armor Immaterial02C Infantry/Armor/Field Artillery/Engineer Immaterial03A Infantry/Armor Immaterial05A Army Medical Department09G National Guard on Active Duty Medical Hold09H US Army Reserve on Active Duty Medical HoldWarrant001A Unqual in Auth WO MOS002A Patient003A Student004A Duties Unassigned011A Brch/MOS Immaterial019G National Guard on Active Duty Medical Hold019H US Army Reserve on Active Duty Medical HoldEnlisted00D Special Duty Assignment00F MOS Immaterial National Guard Bureau (NGB)00G MOS Immaterial US Army Reserve (USAR)00S Special Duty Assignment AFSC00Z Command Sergeant Major09B Trainee Unassigned09C Trainee Language09D College Trainee09G National Guard (NG) on Active Duty Medical Hold09H US Army Reserve (USAR) on Active Duty Medical Hold09J GED Completion Program09L Interpreter/Translator09M March 2 Success09N Nurse Corps Candidate09R Simultaneous MBR Program09S Commissioned Officer Candidate09T College Student Army National Guard Officer Program09W Warrant Officer CandidateInfantryOfficer11A Infantry OfficerEnlisted11B Infantryman11C Indirect Fire Infantryman11X Infantry Recruit (status upon infantry initial entry training; turns into 11B or 11C)11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant (Rank 1SG)Corps of Engineers Branch (EN)CMF 21 changes to CMF 12 effective Oct 2010Officer21A Engineer, General21B Combat Engineer21D Facilities/Contract Construction Management Engineer (FCCME)Warrant210A Utilities Operation and Maintenance Technician215D Geospatial Information TechnicianEnlisted21B Combat Engineer21C Bridge Crewmember21D Diver21E Heavy Construction Equipment Operator21F Crane Operator21G Quarrying Specialist21H Construction Engineering Supervisor21J General Construction Equipment Operator21K Plumber21L Lithographer21M Firefighter21N Construction Equipment Supervisor21P Prime Power Production Specialist21Q Transmission & Distribution Specialist21R Interior Electrician21S Topographic Surveyor21T Technical Engineering Specialist21U Topographic Analyst21V Concrete and Asphalt Equipment Operator21W Carpentry and Masonry Specialist21X General Engineering Supervisor21Y Topographic Engineering Supervisor21Z Combat Engineering Senior Sergeant62B Construction Equipment RepairerField Artillery (FA)Officer13A Field Artillery OfficerWarrant131A Field Artillery Targeting TechnicianEnlisted13B Cannon Crew Member13C Tactical Automated Fire Control Systems Specialist (13C and 13E merged into 13D)13D Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems Specialist13E Cannon Fire Direction Specialist (13C and 13E merged into 13D)13F Fire Support Specialist13M MLRS/HIMARS Crew Member13P MLRS Automated Tactical Data Systems Specialist13R Field Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator13S Field Artillery Surveyor (to be del Oct 2010)13T Field Artillery Surveyor/Meteorological Crew Member (replaces 13S & 13W)13W Field Artillery Meteorological Crew Member (to be del Oct 2010)13X Field Artillery Enlistment Option (turns into 13B, 13D, 13F, 13M, 13P, 13R, or 13W)13Z Field Artillery Senior SergeantAir Defense Artillery (ADA)Officer14A Air Defense Artillery OfficerWarrant140A Command and Control Systems Technician140E Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Tactician/Technician (Patriot Systems Technician)140X Air Defense Artillery (ADA) ImmaterialEnlisted14E Patriot Fire Control Enhanced Operator/Maintainer14J Air Defense Tactical Operations Center Operator/Maintainer14M Man Portable Air Defense System Crew Member14R Bradley Linebacker Crew Member (to be del Sept 2009)14S Avenger Crew Member14T PATRIOT Launching Station Enhanced Operator/Maintainer14Z Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Senior SergeantAviation (AV)Officer15A Aviation, General15B Aviation Combined Arms Operations15C Aviation All-Source Intelligence15D Aviation Logistics (to be del Sept 2010)Warrant150A Air Traffic and Air Space Management Technician150U Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (TUAV) Operations Technician151A Aviation Maintenance Technician (Nonrated)152B OH-58A/C Pilot152C OH-6 Pilot152D OH-58D Pilot152E ARH-XX Pilot152F AH-64A Pilot152H AH-64D Pilot153A Rotary Wing Aviator (Aircraft Nonspecific)153B UH-1 Pilot153D UH-60 Pilot153E MH-60 Pilot153L UH-72A Pilot153M UH-60M Pilot154C CH-47D Pilot154E MH-47 Pilot154F CH-47F Pilot155A Fixed Wing Aviator (Aircraft Nonspecific)155E C-12 Pilot155F Jet Aircraft Pilot155G O-5A/EO-5B/RC-7 PilotEnlisted15A Aircraft Life Support System (ALSS) Repairer15B Aircraft Powerplant Repairer15D Aircraft Powertrain Repairer15F Aircraft Electrician15G Aircraft Structural Repairer15H Aircraft Pneudraulics Repairer15J OH-58D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer15K Aircraft Components Repair Supervisor15M UH-1 Helicopter Repairer15N Avionics Mechanic15P Aviation Operations Specialist15Q Air Traffic Control Operator15R AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer15S OH-58D/ARH Helicopter Repairer15T UH-60 Helicopter Repairer15U CH-47 Helicopter Repairer15V Observation/Scout Helicopter Repairer15W Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator15X AH-64 Armament/Electrical Systems Repairer15Y AH-64D Armament/ Electrical Systems Repairer15Z Aircraft Maintenance Senior SergeantSpecial Forces (SF)Officer18A Special Forces OfficerWarrant180A Special Forces Warrant OfficerEnlisted18B Special Forces Weapons Sergeant18C Special Forces Engineer Sergeant18D Special Forces Medical Sergeant18E Special Forces Communications Sergeant18F Special Forces Assistant Operations & Intelligence Sergeant18X Special Forces Candidate18Z Special Forces Operations SergeantArmor (AR)Officer19A Armor, General19B Armor (in an armor slot)19C CavalryEnlisted19D Cavalry Scout19K Armor Crew Member19Z Armor Senior SergeantTelecommunications Systems Engineering FAOfficer24A Telecommunications Systems Engineer24X Designated Telecommunications Systems EngineerSignal Corps (SC)Officer25A Signal, GeneralWarrant250N Network Management Technician251A Information Systems Technician254A Signal Systems Support Technician255Z Senior Signal Systems TechnicianEnlisted25B Information Technology Specialist25C Radio Operator Maintainer25E Electromagnetic Spectrum Manager25F Network Switching Systems Operator/Maintainer25L Cable Systems Installer/Maintainer25M Multimedia Illustrator25N Joint Networking Nodal System Operators/Maintainers25P Microwave Systems Operator/Maintainer25Q Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator25R Visual Information/Audio Equipment Repairer25S Satellite Communication Systems Operator/Maintainer25T Satellite/Microwave Systems Chief25U Signal Support Systems Specialist25V Combat Documentation & Production Specialist25W Telecommunications Operations Chief25X Senior Signal Sergeant25Z Visual Information Operations ChiefJudge Advocate General (JA)Officer27A Judge Advocate General27B Military JudgeWarrant270A Legal AdministratorEnlisted27D Paralegal SpecialistInformation Operations FAOfficer30A Information Operations OfficerMilitary Police (MP)Officer31A Military PoliceWarrant311A CID Special AgentEnlisted31B Military Police31C Radio Teletypwriter Operator, Installer and Maintainer31D CID Special Agent31E Internment/Resettlement Specialist[Strategic Intelligence FAOfficer34A Strategic Intelligence OfficerMilitary Intelligence (MI)Officer35C Imagery Intelligence35D All Source Intelligence35E Counterintelligence35F Human Intelligence35G Signals Intelligence/Electronic WarfareWarrant350F All Source Intelligence Technician350G Imagery Intelligence Technician350Z Attaché Technician351L Counterintelligence Technician351M Human Intelligence Collection Technician351Y Area Intelligence Technician352N Signal Intelligence Analysis Technician352P Voice Intercept Technician352S Signal Collection Technician353T IEW Systems Maintenance TechnicianEnlisted35F Intelligence Analyst35G Imagery Analyst35H Common Ground Station (CGS) Analyst (to be del Nov 2010)35L Counterintelligence Agent35M Human Intelligence Collector35N Signals Intelligence Analyst35P Cryptologic Linguist35S Signals Collector/Analyst35T Military Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator35W EW/SIGINT Recruit35X Intelligence Senior Sergeant/Chief Intelligence Sergeant35Y Chief Counter Intelligence/Human Intelligence Sergeant35Z Signals Intelligence (Electronic Warfare) / Senior Sergeant/ ChiefFinancial Management (FI)Officer36A Financial (formerly 44A)Enlisted36B Financial Management Technician (formerly 44C)Psychological Operations (PO)Officer37A Psychological Operations37X Psychological Operations, DesignatedEnlisted37F Psychological Operations SpecialistCivil Affairs (CA)Officer38A Civil Affairs Officer38X Civil Affairs, DesignatedEnlisted38B Civil Affairs EnlistedSpace Operations FAOfficer40A Space Operations40C Army AstronautAdjutant General/Army Band (AG)Officer42B Human Resources Officer42C Army Bands42H Senior Human Resources OfficerWarrant420A Human Resources Technician420C BandmasterEnlisted42A Human Resource Specialist42F Human Resource Information Systems Management Specialist42R Army Bandperson42S Special Army Band MemberPublic Affairs FA/CMFOfficer46A Public Affairs, General46X Public Affairs, GeneralEnlisted46Q Public Affairs Specialist46R Public Affairs Broadcast Specialist46Z Chief Public Affairs NCOUSMA Stabilized Faculty FAOfficer47A USMA, Professor47C USMA, Professor of English47D USMA, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science47E USMA, Professor of Law47F USMA, Professor of Systems Engineering47G USMA, Professor of Foreign Languages47H USMA, Professor of Physics47J USMA, Professor of Social Sciences47K USMA, Professor of History47L USMA, Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership47M USMA, Professor of Chemistry47N USMA, Professor of Mathematical Sciences47P USMA, Professor of Geography and Environmental Engineering47Q USMA, Professor and Associate Dean47R USMA, Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering47S USMA, Professor of Physical Education47T USMA, Professor of Leader Development and Organizational Learning47U USMA, Professor of Military Art and ScienceForeign Area Officer FAOfficer48B Latin America48C Europe48D South Asia48E Eurasia48F China48G Mideast/North Africa48H Northeast Asia48I Southeast Asia48J Africa, South of the Sahara48X Foreign Area OfficerOperations Research/Systems Analysis (ORSA) FAOfficer49A Operations Research/Systems Analysis49W Trained, ORSA49X Untrained, ORSAForce Management FAOfficer50A Force DevelopmentResearch, Development & Acquisition FA/Acquisition, Logistics & Technology CMFOfficer51A Systems Development51C Contract and Industrial Management51R Systems Automation Acquisition and Engineering51S Research and Engineering51T Test and Evaluation51Z AcquisitionsEnlisted51C Acquisition, Logistics & Technology (AL&T) Contracting NCONuclear and Counterproliferation FAOfficer52B Nuclear and CounterproliferationSystems Automation Officer FAOfficer53A Information Systems Management53X Designated Systems AutomationEnlisted55G Nuclear Weapons Technician (defunct)[Chaplain (CH)Officer56A Command and Unit Chaplain56D Clinical Pastoral EducatorEnlisted56M Chaplain AssistantSimulations Operations FAOfficer57A Simulations Operations OfficerStrategic Plans and Policy FAOfficer59A Strategic Plans and PolicyMedical DepartmentMedical Corps (MC)Officer60A Operational Medicine60B Nuclear Medicine Officer60C Preventive Medicine Officer60D Occupational Medicine Officer60F Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Officer60G Gastroenterologist60H Cardiologist60J Obstetrician and Gynecologist60K Urologist60L Dermatologist60M Allergist, Clinical Immunologist60N Anesthesiologist60P Pediatrician60Q Pediatric Sub-Specialist60R Child Neurologist60S Ophthalmologist60T Otolaryngologist60U Child Psychiatrist60V Neurologist60W Psychiatrist61A Nephrologist61B Medical Oncologist/Hematologist61C Endocrinologist61D Rheumatologist61E Clinical Pharmacologist61F Internist61G Infectious Disease Officer61H Family Medicine61J General Surgeon61K Thoracic Surgeon61L Plastic Surgeon61M Orthopedic Surgeon61N Flight Surgeon61P Physiatrist61Q Radiation Oncologist61R Diagnostic Radiologist61U Pathologist61W Peripheral Vascular Surgeon61Z Neurosurgeon62A Emergency Physician62B Field SurgeonDental Corps (DE)Officer63A General Dentist63B Comprehensive Dentist63D Periodontist63E Endodontist63F Prosthodontist63H Public Health Dentist63K Pediatric Dentist63M Orthodontist63N Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon63P Oral Pathologist63R Executive DentistVeterinary Corps Branch (VE)Officer64A Veterinary Corps OfficerWarrant640A Veterinary Services Food Safety TechnicianMedical Specialist Corps (SP)Officer65A Occupational Therapy65B Physical Therapy65C Dietitian65D Physician Assistant65X Specialist Allied OperationsNurse Corps (AN)Officer66B Community Health Nurse66C Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse66E Perioperative Nurse66F Nurse Anesthetist66G Obstetrics and Gyneco66H Medical-Surgical Nurse66N Generalist Nurse66P Family Nurse PractitionerMedical Service Corps (MS)Officer67A Health Services67B Laboratory Sciences67C Preventive Medicine Sciences67D Behavioral Sciences67E Pharmacy67F Optometry67G Podiatry67J Aeromedical Evacuation70H Medical Plans and OperationsWarrant670A Health Services Maintenance TechnicianMedical CMFEnlisted68A Medical Equipment Repairer (warrant officer-see 670A Health Services Maintenance Technician)68D Operating Room Specialist68E Dental Specialist68G Patient Administration Specialist68H Optical Laboratory Specialist68J Medical Logistic Specialist (warrant officer-see 920A Property Accounting Technician)68K Medical Laboratory Specialist68M Hospital Food Specialist68P Radiology Specialist68Q Pharmacy Specialist68R Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist68S Preventive Medicine Specialist68T Animal Care Specialist68V Respiratory Specialist68W Healthcare Specialist68X Mental Health Specialist68Z Chief Medical NCOHealth Services FAOfficer70A Healthcare Administrator70B Health Services Officer70C Comptroller70D Information Systems Manager70E Patient Administrator70F Human Resources Manager70H Plans, Operations, Intelligence Training, and Security70K Medical LogisticsLaboratory Sciences FAOfficer71A Microbiology71B Biochemistry71E Clinical Laboratory71F Research PsychologyPreventive Medicine Sciences FAOfficer72A Nuclear Medical Science72B Entomology72C Audiology72D Environmental Science and EngineeringBehavioral Sciences FAOfficer73A Social Work73B Clinical PsychologyChemical (CM)Officer74A Chemical, General74B Chemical Operations and Training (to be del Oct 2010)74C Chemical Munitions and Materiel Management (to be del Oct 2010)Enlisted74D Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist (formerly 54B)Additional skill identifiersL3 Technical Escorting.LI Master Fox Scout (SL 3 and 4 only).L4 Biological Integrated Detection System (BIDS) (SL I thru SL 4).L5 NBC Reconnaissance.P5 Master Fitness Trainer.2S Battle Staff Operations (skill level 3 and above).4A Reclassification Training.Special skill identifiersE Military MountaineerG Ranger8 InstructorL LinguistM First SergeantP ParachutistQ Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA)R Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) ResponderS Special Operations Support PersonnelX Drill SergeantRecruiting and Retention CMFEnlisted79R Recruiter Noncommissioned Officer79S Career Counselor79T Recruiting and Retention NCO (ANG)79V Retention and Transition NCO (USAR)Logistics FAAs of 1 Jan 2008, all officers from Quartermaster, Transportation and Ordnance branches who have attended the Captain's Career Course, with the exception of EOD officers (89E), will be transitioned to the new Logistics branch.Officer90A Multifunctional LogisticianTransportation (TC)Officer88A Transportation, General88B Traffic Management88C Marine and Terminal Operations88D Motor/Rail TransportationWarrant880A Marine Deck Officer881A Marine Engineering Officer882A Mobility OfficerEnlisted88H Cargo Specialist88K Watercraft Operator88L Watercraft Engineer88M Motor Transport Operator88N Traffic Management Coordinator88P Railway Equipment Repairer88T Railway Section Repairer88U Railway Operations Crew Member88Z Transportation Senior SergeantAmmunition CMF, Mechanical Maintenance CMF & Ordnance (OD)Officer89E Explosive Ordnance Disposal91A Ordnance OfficerWarrant890A Ammunition Technician913A Armament Systems Maintenance Technician914A Allied Trades Technician915A Automotive Maintenance Technician915E Senior Automotive Maintenance/Senior Ordnance Logistics Officer919A Engineer Equipment Maintenance TechnicianEnlisted89A Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist89B Ammunition Specialist89D Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist91A M1 Abrams Tank System Maintainer (formerly 63A)91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (formerly 63B)91C Utilities Equipment Repairer (formerly 52C)91D Power-Generation Equipment Repairer (formerly 52D)91E Allied Trades Specialist (formerly 44E)91F Small Arms/Artillery Repairer (formerly 45B)91G Fire Control Repairer (formerly 45G)91H Track Vehicle Repairer (formerly 63H)91J Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (formerly 63J)91K Armament Repairer (formerly 45K)91L Construction Equipment Repairer (formerly 62B)91M Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer (formerly 63M)91P Artillery Mechanic (formerly 63D)91W Metal Worker (formerly 44B)91X Maintenance Supervisor (formerly 63X)91Z Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor (formerly 63Z)Quartermaster Corps (QM)Officer92A Quartermaster OfficerWarrant920A Property Accounting Technician920B Supply Systems Technician921A Airdrop Systems Technician922A Food Service Technician923A Petroleum Systems TechnicianEnlisted92A Automated Logistical Specialist92F Petroleum Supply Specialist92G Food Service Specialist92L Petroleum Laboratory Specialist92M Mortuary Affairs Specialist92R Parachute Rigger92S Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist92W Water Treatment Specialist92Y Unit Supply Specialist92Z Senior Noncommissioned LogisticianElectronic Maintenance & Calibrations CMFWarrant948B Electronic Systems Maintenance Technician948D Electronic Missile Systems Maintenance Technician948E Senior Electronics Maintenance TechnicianEnlisted94A Land Combat Electronic Missile System Repairer94D Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer94E Radio and Communications Security Repairer94F Computer Detection Systems Repairer94H Test, Measurement & Diagnostic Equipment Support Specialist94K Apache Attack Helicopter Systems Repairer94L Avionics Communications Equipment Repairer94M Radar Repairer94P Multiple Launch Rocket System Repairer94R Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer94S Patriot System Repairer94T Avenger System Repairer94W Electronic Maintenance Chief94X Senior Missile Systems Maintainer94Y Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE) Operator and Maintainer94Z Senior Electronic Maintenance Chief



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