From WW1 until the Vietnam War, the standard issue Army .45 automatic carried a 7 round magazine. One in the chamber, plus the magazine, made eight rounds total.
The Vietnam war
Winchester never made a 10rd magazine for this rifle.It was designed to hunt with and carried a 5 round magazine only.
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Jimmy Cross is the soldier who spent time in Vietnam. He is a main force in both the short story and the book titled "The Things They Carried". The first chapter of the book, which is often considered a short story with the same name, talks about Jimmy and the rest of the men while they were in Vietnam.
Joseph John Thompson was born in Cheetham Hill, near Manchester England. He was educated at the University of Cambridge, Trinity College and The Cavendish Laboratory where he carried out much of his research and experiments.
A number of publications have carried interviews with 50 cent. These include Billboard Magazine, Edge Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Maxim and Esquire.
Its during the Vietnam War so some where in between 1959 and 1974
The boy carried a capacious(meaning : of large capacity) bag.
Chi-Coms = Chinese Communists.
Yes, fire ants were a problem for troops during the Vietnam War. Other dangers in the jungle areas of Vietnam included ticks, mosquitoes that carried malaria, and at least 30 different kinds of venomous snakes.
US tank crewmen carried Army .45's, infantrymen carried M14 rifles up until '67, then transitioned to M16 rifles. Machine gunners carried M60 machine guns (.308 caliber/7.62mm NATO). Some pilots carried .38 revolvers.
1. The era in which the episode of O'Brien's life would determine what war he was involved with. If his life occurs in 1812, it obviously won't be about the US Civil War; if it occurs in 1917, it won't be about World War Two. 2. What a fighting man carried during those times, would be learned from looking at those particular websites or books. Example: Fighting men in the US Civil War carried paper cartridges in leather pouches. With percussion caps in another container; or powder in another; balls (bullets) in another. Then, most men learned to combine together by making "paper cartridges". Complete paper cartridges could be carried in the aforementioned leather pouches. US fighting men in Vietnam carried M16 rifle bandoleers; each bandoleer contained 7 cloth pouches, which held one 20 round magazine. The majority of GI's only loaded 18 rounds into the magazine so as to keep the magazine spring from becoming overly depressed...and loosing it's "springing action" if held in that position for too long.
2 in numbers or 10% of lifeboat capacity.
The Vietnam Era draft carried a six year commitment, that is those drafted served for six years or until the end of the conflict, whichever came first.
The M-16 rifle was carried by U S army units almost from the beginning of the vietnam conflict.The 7th Air Cav had them when they deployed to vietnam in august of 1965.The marine corp did not carry the M-16 until 1969 I believe.
He carried an extra change of clothes, Forbes magazine with him and Lt. Dan on the cover and Curious George, his favorite book.
The standard rifle for American troops was the M1 Garand. paratroopers carried the Thompson submachine gun.sometimes, infantry troops carried Thompson guns as well. all infantry had the option of carrying a pistol, but they had to be purchased seperatly from the standard issue of equipment. Some infantry troops were issued BAR rifles, which were like heavier versions of the Thompson. Aircraft pilots carried a pistol, in case they got shot down, generally the .45 version. the German standard issue rifle was Karbiner 98k, and the submachine gun was the mp40. the Germans also sometimes carried mp44's, which was like the German version of the BAR. the Walther p38 was the pistol of choice for the Germans, as well as the well-known Luger pistol.
GIs in the infantry carried about seventy pounds of gear: C-rations, dry clothing, rain gear, pup tent, extra ammo, and other necessities. They carried a variety of weapons. Most carried the M1 Garand rifle, but others carried the M1 Carbine, the Thompson Submachine Gun, the Bazooka, or the squad level Light Mortar.
Bearing capacity of soil= Load carried by soil / unit Area Definition : The safly retained capacity by soil is termed as SBC(Safe Bearing Capacity) of soil. While you design a footing , it is the main factor to consider . To calculate the area of footing Area of footing = load/ SBC
Only if they carried full time units (18 units) and maintained a 2.0 average.
The Titanic carried 20 lifeboats with a total seating capacity of 1,178 people
The fuel capacity on a Semi ranges from 50 to 250 gallons sometimes more. The carry capacity can be as high or higher than 40,000 gallons depending on what is to be carried in a single trailer
Car Advice (the on-line car review magazine) carried out a week long test to find out the best fuel consumption for the Mitsubishi Evo 7. With a fuel tank capacity of only 55 litres, the Evo 7 gave them "14.2L/100km rising to 16.4L/100km."