Why does the Air Force take so long?
they both take vacation so they can enjoy
About 677 air miles so it depends on air speed. About one hour probably.
It will take maybe a week or so, unless something goes wrong.
Yes, you can wear the required Blues uniform of the U.S. Air Force IF you are in a AFJROTC program, CAP (United States Air Force Auxiliary) or in the U.S. Air Force. You may not wear this uniform under any circumstances outside of these programs or service unless required to do so or granted permission by an officer, or unless you take off all insignia that tells you rank, service, name, etc.
If you were to take equal volumes of air and water and weigh them, Water would have a larger mass than air, because there are more water molecules than air molecules in the same volume. Therefore, since Pressure = Force x Area, we need to find the force. Since the water has a larger mass, it will automatically have a larger force than the air. So if it has a larger force, it will also… Read More
The US Air Force was created from the US Army Air Corps, and the Army ranks were retained, so 2nd lieutenant is the lowest. The term 3rd lieutenant is used, but it applies to Air Force cadets (not officers yet) training on US Air Force bases.
army and air force has became seperate brances since it were builded from the ground..but logically,army is in ground while air force in the open air..so definately THEY CAN'T BE UNITED TOGETHER!
i think so. just have to be 18 or older . there's a better chance they'll take you though if you already have it
Answer It depends on what way you are traveling. I guess you would be taking by air. About 16 hours or so.
Why a balloon filled with hydrogen gas goes up in air but a balloon filled with with air always drops down on earth?
Hydrogen is lighter than air, so the force of gravity is overcome by the force of the heavier air pushing on the balloon. Same as why bubbles float to the top of water. When balloon is filled with air there is no competing force so gravity takes over and pulls the balloon down.
All areas of the military have risks, so yes, joining the Air Force does have risks. Planes can crash or even be shot down by an enemy.
Kites stay in the air because of the force exerted on them by moving air (wind). If there were no wind then the kite would fall to the ground. This is because gravity is always trying to pull the kite down. Now the force of wind comes in to play to keep the kite in the air. The kite is at an angle to the ground, and it looks like this slash when it is… Read More
The British air force, the RAF, fought the Nazi German air force, the Luftwaffe. The British won, and so Hitler could not invade Britain.
Because the size of the piston is rather small, so it doesn't take much force to generate the kind of pressures that bicycles need.
If i join the Air Force before going to college will the Air Force supply me with a scholarship and if so how much and do i get to choose wich college?
Well the air force has many college options. You could go to the air force academy for free if you are selected but then you would have to be an officer for at least 6 years afterwards. another way is Air Force ROTC are located all over the U.S. including the university of Illinois. ROTC can get you a huge scholarship and sometimes can pay full tuition. With your dreams of becoming a pastor, Air… Read More
It takes two business days. So if it ships Monday, it should arrive Wednesday.
US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Paul Henry is the long time Bassist for the US Air Force Band's jazz ensemble known as Airmen of Note. After 20+ years of service to military and the band, he is now retiring and his seat in the band is open for auditions.
Yes. The definition of a force is a push or a pull. So, as long as the object moves, a force has indeed acted upon it.
A falling elephant encounters a greater force of air resistance than a falling feather does. The force of air resistance can't be greater than the weight of the falling object. When the force of air resistance is equal to the weight of the falling object, the object stops accelerating, its falling speed becomes constant, and the force of air resistance doesn't get any bigger. So the force of air resistance against a falling feather can't… Read More
japan ha no military what so ever
The air... or so I think. x(
If you watch kevin love sport science. The 90ft shot uses 36lb of force. So it would take between 15-20lbs of force. three pointers take around 10lbs of force.
It will be about 6 hours. It takes so long because it is far apart.
About 9 - 10 hours in the air, but there are no direct flights, so you would have to add any layover times to that.
why does it take so long to make computer chips
Yes, you can wear your NAC in your Air Force uniform - just make sure that you have your former rate/rating and NATOP recorded in your Air Force RIP, so that no one can question it - not that they probably would. I did the above and wear my NAC with my AFSC badge....
Using force diagrams the ways in which air resistance can play an important part in reducing the cyclists speed?
draw a bicycle with an arrow pointing forward (this is the force applied by the cyclist) draw an arrow in the opposite direction this is air resistance the overall force will be equal to the forward force minus the backward (air resistance force) from this it is clear to see that it limits the cyclists speed it may also be worth noting that as the cyclist increases speed so does the the air resistance
there must be air so the force of it makes the woosh sound.
A plane is designed so that when it moves forward the air moving across its wings creates an upward force called lift, which counteracts the force of gravity.
The Battle of Britain took place in the skies over Southern England in the late summer of 1940. Its intended purpose was to destroy the Royal Air Force which would then allow the German invasion fleet a clear passage for their intended conquest and occupation of Britain. They were unable to defeat the Royal Air Force so the invasion was cancelled.
constant velocity= no acceleration and no net force Assuming that there are no other forces acting on the sack (besides gravity and air resistance) this means that the force of air friction equals the weight of the object, so that the air resistance is 10N acting upward exactly balancing the force of gravity acting down
All of them would apply. You must exert a force on the rocket to make it move (1st). This force is proportional to its mass and acceleration (2nd). The rocket must exert a force on the air, and so the air exerts a force back on the rocket to make it go up (3rd)
Air Force 1 is not just a plane, also a pair of shoes. Nike released many diffenent kinds of Nike Air Force 1 shoes, and many shop are selling them. You can have a look about them. www.nikeairforceonelow.com. These shoes are so leisure and comfortable。 Many basketball fans are also nike air force 1 fans. Yes,it is the plane the president of the united states is on.Any plane in the world that the president is… Read More
Describe how the cumulative effect of gravity and air resistance is related to an object's terminal velocity?
When an object is in free fall, it is accelerating toward the Earth because of the force of gravity (Newton's second law says Force = mass*acceleration, so we know there is acceleration). However, air resistance is a drag force, which is the resistance that air molecules give to the moving object; this force increases as the object's speed increases. Eventually, this air resistance will be high enough when the object is at its terminal velocity… Read More
The Air Force and Navy have the largest intelligence divisions, so either of them.
there are more then you can count up to so why do you need to know.
Any object surrounded by a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid it displaces. There's an upward force on a cork in water that's equal to the weight of the water it displaces. There's an upward force on a helium balloon that's equal to the weight of the air it displaces. It so happens that a balloon full of helium weighs less than the air it displaces, so… Read More
How does the weight of a falling body compare with the air resistance it encounters before it reaches terminal velocity?
The weight exceeds the force of air resistance, but as the speed increases the air resistance increases, so the net force (weight - air resistance) falls. When the difference becomes zero the acceleration ceases and you have terminal velocity.
Air bags increase the time the force is applied and decrease the force, so the result is a lesser force for a longer duration.
Because it was so long and huge!
How long does it take to get smallpox? That's my question! LOL about a month or so...
Before you let it go, the weight you feel in your hand is the force. After falling a long way, the increasing resistance due to the air finally balances the force. So there are now 2 forces, gravity + air resistance, with a total of zero. So there are forces, but they add up to nothing, and hence constant speed. When you hold it in your hand, the speed is also constant, zero, the force… Read More
F=P*A where F is the force and P= pressure and A= area , so if pressure is high the area is to be low to keep the force constant
The air friction is proportional to surface area and square of velocity and so it increase square as velocity increase. At the rate when these friction force is balance with gravity force, there is no future acceleration and so it reach terminal velocity.
The tall chimneys in factories are installed to take the smoke produced in the factory high up in the air so as to reduce its harmful effects on the ground.(where we live).
The Air Tank says 66KG. So that would be 145.2 Lbs. The C02 tanks come in 20oz or 24oz
It takes around 1 month depending on the shippin method so if you paid for ems then it would be fast but if you paid for air mail it would take slower and also since its a fruit/ something thats edible it would take longer for the guard to checks it so you may end up waited a month which is really long so you should get ems shippin to have the stuff come fast… Read More
This is because there is no upthrust in vacuum so the gravitational force is the weight. In water, there is an upthrust which gets subtracted from the gravitational force. Therefore a body always weighs more in vacuum than in air.
It's because in the Air Force EOD falls under Civil Engineering and EOD was not willing to give up their 'crab' for CE's compass. So they compromised and wear both.
Not so long!