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Army E-1Private (no insignia)
Army E-2Private
Army E-3Private 1st Class
Army E-4Corporal or Specialist 4
Army E-5Sergeant
Army E-6Staff Sergeant
Army E-7Sergeant 1st Class
Army E-8First Sergeant or Master Sergeant
Army E-9Command Sergeant Major OR Sergeant Major OR Sergeant Major of the Army
State the Birthday of the Army14 June 1775
Name the Army's First Commander"General of the Armies" George Washington
State the Number of Wars the Army has Participated in Since 177514 Major wars, conflicts, and campaigns (including WWI, WWII, Korea, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, and Desert Storm.)
State Which Constitution Title Establishes the Objective and Purpose of the ArmyTitle 10
Identify Capability One Outlined for the ArmyPreserving the peace and security and providing for the defense of the United States of America, the territories, Commonwealths, and possessions & any areas occupied by the United States.
Identify Capability Two Outlined for the ArmySupporting the national policies
Identify Capability Three Outlined for the ArmyImplementing the national objectives
Identify Capability Four Outlined for the ArmyOvercoming any nations responsible for aggressive acts that imperil the peace & security of the United States
The Stuff on the C-20Gulfstream C-20 A/B/H Gulfstream III/IV
Primary Function of C-20C-20A- Operational Support Airlift C-20B Special Air Missions
Active Bases and Use for the C-20The C-20 provides logistics and contract support airlift for Andrews AFB (in CONUS) and Ramstein AB in Germany
Identify Three Prohibited Off-Duty Hazardous ActivitiesBungee Cord Jumping, Hang Gliding, and Operation of an All Terrain Vehicle, and Operation of/Passenger on Motorcycle
Policy on Wearing Bicycle Helmets?Protective Headgear Will Be Worn.
Rommel's Quote"War makes extremely heavy demands on the soldier's strength and nerves. For this reason, make heavy demands on your men in peacetime excercises."
Forces Command (FORSCOM)Provide National Command Authority a strategic land force of Army units, capable of responding to any assigned mission in peace or war, anywhere in the world.
US Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC)Responsible for determing how the Total Army will train, fight, and how it will be organized and equipped
US Army Material Command (AMC)Directs the Development, test, and evaluation, procurement, distribution, maintenance, and disposal of nearly all Army equipment.
US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC)Ensures that the soldier in the field has access to space assets and their products. The command also seeks to provide effective missile defense for the nation and deployed forces.
Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC)Surface transportation component of DoD's US Transportation Command. MTMC's top priority is logistics support to DoD's war-fighting commanders during peace and war, and in peacekeeping and huminatarian relief efforts around the world.
US Army Pacific (USARPAC)Provides trained and ready forces for USCINCPAC in support of military operations and peacetime engagements in the Asia-Pacific AOR in order to contribute to regional stability, crisis response, and decisive victory.
US Army Military District of Washington (MDW)Responsible for the designated functions in the metropolitan area of Washington D.C.
US Army Central Command (USARCENT)Army component headquarters of US Central Command. Provides commmand and control of assigned and attached Army and designated Joint/Combined forces operating within the USCENTCOM area of operations.
US Total Army Personnel Command (PERSCOM)Integrates, manages, monitors, and coordinated total Army personnel systems to develop and optimize utilization of the Army's human resources in peace and war.
US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)Manages army real property, executes engineering, construction, civil works, & real estate problems for both the Army and the Air Force
United States Army South (USARSO)Serves as the US Southern Command's Army component, maintaining a high state of force readiness in defense of the Panama Canal, support for democracy in Panama and throughout the regiion, military-to-militar and nation assistance programs, support for counterdrug initiatives, and implementation of the Panama Canal Treaties.

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