Asked in British Armed Forces (UK Military)
British Armed Forces (UK Military)
Why is the airforce part of the navy and not a different type like the army?
It isn't. The Royal Air Force is an idependent force like the Royal Navy and the Army. The navy and army have their own individual air arms, the Fleet Air Arm and the Army Air Corps but each has individual roles.
Asked in US Presidents
Is the president in charge of the army navy and airforce?
Yes, in the constitution it says the president is the commander in chief of the army and navy when called into service. ...
Asked in US in WW2, US Navy, US Marine Corps
Did the pilots on navy ships fall under the army air corp or navy?
interesting question. they fall under the navy, not the airforce.
Asked in Jobs & Education, US Military, Death Rate
What military branch has the highest death rate in general?
If "rate" is defined as (Total deaths in theater from Battle, Wounds and Other ) / (Total Serving), the question can be answered for individual conflicts. This makes it clear that the Marines have the highest death rate (and I'm an Army vet). WWI Army 7.40% Navy 1.35% Marines 15.69% WWII Army/Airforce 7.85% Navy 2.40% Marines 13.86% Korea Army 3.79% Navy 0.19% Marines 6.66% Airforce 0.15% Vietnam Army 3.09% Navy 0.37% Marines 8.34% Airforce 0.20% Persian Gulf Army 0.07% Navy 0.01% Marines 0.08% Airforce 0.01% ...
Asked in College Football
What college football teams use the flexbone formation?
GT Navy Army Airforce
Asked in US Navy, US Marine Corps
What do you do if the navy is out to get you?
The Navy is not out to get any of us. The whole entire purpose pose of the Navy, Marine Corps, Airforce, Army, and Coast Guard, are to protect Our Father Land from those who were raised and taught to believe that we are there enemy. ...
What was the size restriction on Germany's army after World War 1?
Army - was to be reduced to 100,000 men and no tanks were allowed . Navy - Germany was only allowed 6 ships and no submarines . Airforce - Germany was not allowed an airforce . Rhineland - The Rhineland area was to be kept free of German military personnel and weapons. ...
Asked in History
What is the difference of a commander to a general?
A commander is an officer of any rank who is actually commanding an army/navy/airforce unit. A general is someone having that specific rank, but who is not necessarily actively commanding an army unit. ...
Does Canada call its army the royal army?
No, the queen isn't allowed to have an army, so therefore it cannot have royal in the name, but technically it can own regiments within the army. On a further note, the queen is allowed to have an airforce and a navy, so the word royal is included in the names of those brances; Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Canadian Navy. ...
Where do you wear the the army CAB badge?
On the left side of your dress uniform for the Army. Usually below the other badges if you have room. Navy, Marines, Airforce will wear ribbons of the left side of the dress uniform. Ferguson ...