What was a problem created by the national security act of 1947?
This act combines the dept of the army and the navy into the Department of Defense but the exact power of the Secretary of Defense over the army and navy was not clear. Eventually the act was amended to give the Secretary of Defense control over the army, navy, and air force departments. ...
Asked in Custody, Children and the Law, Child Support
My child's father isn't paying child support but his new wife is in the Navy will the navy help me to get his address if he is not a service member but she is?
No there is an act that protects them!
What US armed force was the first to be recognized by an Act of Congress?
Army, Navy, along with the Marines as a joint unit with the Navy until 1789. ...
Asked in US Marine Corps
What year was the department of the navy and marine corps organized?
Two separate US Military Forces are under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy, the US Navy and the US Marine Corps under the most recent National Security Act of 1947. ...
Asked in Vietnam War
Why did Johnson want to escalate the war in Vietnam?
Because the North Vietnamese Navy attacked the United States Navy upon the high seas in the Tonkin Gulf. Back in the old days that used to be an act of war. ...
Asked in US Navy
Who was the United States Navy Captain that burned the USS Philadelphia?
During the First Barbary War against Tripoli, Navy Lieutenant Stephen Decatur, commanding the Intrepid (captured former enemy ketch Mastico), entered Tripoli Harbor on the night of February 16, 1804, to burn the captured Navy frigate USS Philadelphia. The act was called "the most bold and daring act of the age" by British Admiral Lord Nelson, and made Decatur an instant national hero, and Navy legend to this day. ...
Asked in World War 2, US Army, US Navy
How do you find an individual service record for navy personnel that served in wwII?
The Freedom of Information act will allow you to request personnel files from the Navy. The request can be sent to the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri. ...
When Admiral Tōgō Heihachirō refused comparison with Admiral Yi Sun-Sin was this an act of respect or hatred?
It was an act of respect. Togo considered Yi to be the greatest navy commander who ever lived. ...
Asked in Maternity and Paternity Leave
What is the Navy order for maternity leave for fathers?
The FY 2009 Defense Authorization Act established a new program which allows up to ten days of non-chargeable leave for new fathers. The Navy is the first service to implement the new program. The Navy paternity leave policy grants ten days of non-chargeable leave to a married member of the Navy on active duty whose wife gives birth to a child. Navy Administrative Message 341/08 ...
Asked in World War 1
How did the US raise an army and navy in world war 1?
The United States raised an army in WW1 because of the recruitment and SSA (selective service act). Which was the act in which was a broad term for recruitment and the process of being drafted. ...
Asked in Colonial America
What was the Gaspee Act?
The Gaspee was a British Royal Navy ship assigned to customs duty, it was attacked by the colonists of Rhode Island. This was the first act of the war between Britain and America. On August 26th the King of Britain signed a proclamation designating the burning of the Gaspee an act of high treason. ...