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    equipment
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.
  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.
  • The necessary items for a particular purpose
  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items
  • Mental resources
    army
  • a permanent organization of the military land forces of a nation or state
  • An organized military force equipped for fighting on land
  • United States Army: the army of the United States of America; the agency that organizes and trains soldiers for land warfare
  • The branch of a nation's armed services that conducts military operations on land
  • A large number of people or things, typically formed or organized for a particular purpose
  • a large number of people united for some specific purpose
army equipment - Combat Daddy
Combat Daddy Equipment Model 1 Diaper Bag (Camouflage Pattern- Army Combat Uniform)
Combat Daddy Equipment Model 1 Diaper Bag (Camouflage Pattern- Army Combat Uniform)
Combat Daddy Equipment was developed by fathers with military Special Operation experience. Our product is not only form-functioning, but also has a combat look. We developed Combat Daddy Equipment for dads that don't want to carry around a girly looking diaper bag. Moms, if you want your husband to start carrying your diaper supplies without complaints, then switch to a diaper bag that your husband won't be embarrassed to carry, it time to man him back up, and buy him a Combat Daddy Equipment bag today! Our military bag is large enough to take on multiday trips or just down to the restaurant for a bite. We have incorporated a changing station right into the bag's design, along with a cooler compartment for keeping drinks cool and much, much more. No more getting looks for carrying that pink bag with the flowers and butterflies on it, now you can stand tall with your dignity intact.

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Afghan National Army Heavy equipment course
Afghan National Army Heavy equipment course
Panjwa'i District, Afghanistan 8 November 2010 Afghan National Army Heavy equipment course Corporal Michael Porter, from 14 Wing in Greenwood, guides an Afghan National Army student onto a flat bed on the Afghan National Army Heavy equipment course. During the six-week course, Afghan National Army soldiers will learn how to operate heavy machinery necessary to carry out a variety of engineering tasks. Soldiers from Joint Task Force Afghanistan carry out a variety of mentoring and instruction tasks geared to increase the operation capability of the Afghan National Army. Joint Task Force Afghanistan is providing support to Afghan security forces, enabling them to build and sustain a secure environment in which civilian leadership and government representatives will be able to – through district-level meeting and tribal shuras – implement governance. Operation ATHENA is Canada’s participation in the International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan. Focused on Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan since the fall of 2005, Op ATHENA has one over-arching objective: to leave Afghanistan to Afghans, in a country that is better governed, more peaceful and more secure. Canadian Forces Image Number IS2010-3036-9 By Corporal Shilo Adamson with Canadian Forces Combat Camera _____________________________Traduction District de Panjwai, Afghanistan 8 novembre 2010 Cours d’equipement lourd de l’armee nationale afghane Le Caporal Michael Porter, de la 14e Escadre Greenwood, guide un stagiaire de l’armee nationale afghane pour l’aider a faire acceder son vehicule a une plateforme dans le cadre du cours d’equipement lourd de l’armee nationale afghane. Durant ce cours de six semaines, des soldats de l’armee nationale afghane apprennent a man?uvrer de la machinerie lourde servant a executer diverses taches de genie. Les soldats de la Force operationnelle interarmees Afghanistan donnent des services de mentorat et d’instruction afin d’augmenter la capacite operationnelle de l’armee nationale afghane. La Force operationnelle interarmees en Afghanistan fournit un appui aux forces de securite afghanes pour les aider a etablir et a maintenir un environnement securitaire afin que les dirigeants civils et les representants gouvernementaux puissent tenir des reunions de district et des chouras tribales en vue d’etablir une structure de gouvernance. L’operation Athena constitue la participation du Canada a la Force internationale d’assistance a la securite (FIAS) en Afghanistan. Concentree dans la province de Kandahar, dans le sud de l’Afghanistan, depuis l’automne 2005, l’operation Athena poursuit un objectif essentiel : laisser l’Afghanistan aux Afghans et en faire un pays mieux gouverne, plus paisible et plus sur. Image des Forces canadiennes numero IS2010-3036-9 Par le Caporal Shilo Adamson avec Camera de combat des Forces canadiennes,
Special Ed Army Equipment
Special Ed Army Equipment
Here I am a few years ago wearing the Top Secret Black Beret with the built in Friend or Foe Transponder. Later models were more discrete and the antenna could be retracted. Sadly the batteries in this model would only last for an hour. After that time the wearer became a target for the Air Force, just like everyone else on the ground.

army equipment
army equipment
US Army, Combat Trauma Treatment and Management Handbook, Survival Medical Manual
US Army, Combat Trauma Treatment and Management Handbook, Survival Medical Manual

Introduction to Ballistic, Blast, and Burn Injuries…………………1-6
Introduction to Ballistic, Blast and Burn Injuries
Small arms, wounding agents, and their effects
Explosive munitions, wounding agents and their effects
Flame and incendiary munitions and their agents and effects
Medical Implications of Conventional weapons
Treat a Casualty with a Burn Injury………..……………….………7-16
Mechanism of injury and eliminate the source of burn
Assess the severity of the burn
Manage the casualty with thermal burns
Manage the casualty with chemical burns
Manage the casualty with electrical burns
Manage the casualty with inhalation burns
Treat a Casualty with a Heat Injury……………...………………..17-21
Recognize an environmental emergency
Identify and manage heat injuries
General assessment and prevention of heat illness
MOPP Gear
Treat a Casualty with a Cold Injury………………………….……22-28
Recognize an environmental Emergency
Perform general assessment and prevention of cold injuries
Perform specific assessment and management of cold injuries
Treat a Casualty with Ocular Injury……………………………….29-30
Assess and provide emergency medical care for an injury to the eye
Treatment steps for an ocular impalement
Treat a Casualty with a Head Injury………..…………...……...…31-37
Assess and identify the severity of the head injury
Assess and provide emergency medical care fro traumatic facial injury
Identify specific head injuries
Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury..…………………………….38-44
Identify immobilization devices
Identify and treat injuries to the spine
Identify injuries to the neck
Spinal immobilization using backboards
Treat a Casualty with a Musculoskeletal Injury…………………45-55
Assess the musculoskeletal injury
Provide emergency care for extremity injuries
Treat specific joint injury
Principles of splinting
Treat a Casualty with a Abdominal Injury………………..………56-58
Determine mechanism of injury
Provide emergency care for an abdominal injury
Treat a Casualty Chest Injury………………..…………………..…59-66
Review of the thorax, mechanism of injury, and general assess of thoracic trauma
Identify major, immediate life-threatening thoracic injuries
Identify potential life-threatening thoracic injuries
Identify other chest injuries
Appendix A – Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury, Competency Skill Sheets
Appendix A – Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury, Competency Skill Sheets
Appendix B – Treat a Casualty with a Chest Injury, Competency Skill Sheets

US Army, Combat Trauma Treatment and Management Handbook, Survival Medical Manual

Introduction to Ballistic, Blast, and Burn Injuries…………………1-6
Introduction to Ballistic, Blast and Burn Injuries
Small arms, wounding agents, and their effects
Explosive munitions, wounding agents and their effects
Flame and incendiary munitions and their agents and effects
Medical Implications of Conventional weapons
Treat a Casualty with a Burn Injury………..……………….………7-16
Mechanism of injury and eliminate the source of burn
Assess the severity of the burn
Manage the casualty with thermal burns
Manage the casualty with chemical burns
Manage the casualty with electrical burns
Manage the casualty with inhalation burns
Treat a Casualty with a Heat Injury……………...………………..17-21
Recognize an environmental emergency
Identify and manage heat injuries
General assessment and prevention of heat illness
MOPP Gear
Treat a Casualty with a Cold Injury………………………….……22-28
Recognize an environmental Emergency
Perform general assessment and prevention of cold injuries
Perform specific assessment and management of cold injuries
Treat a Casualty with Ocular Injury……………………………….29-30
Assess and provide emergency medical care for an injury to the eye
Treatment steps for an ocular impalement
Treat a Casualty with a Head Injury………..…………...……...…31-37
Assess and identify the severity of the head injury
Assess and provide emergency medical care fro traumatic facial injury
Identify specific head injuries
Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury..…………………………….38-44
Identify immobilization devices
Identify and treat injuries to the spine
Identify injuries to the neck
Spinal immobilization using backboards
Treat a Casualty with a Musculoskeletal Injury…………………45-55
Assess the musculoskeletal injury
Provide emergency care for extremity injuries
Treat specific joint injury
Principles of splinting
Treat a Casualty with a Abdominal Injury………………..………56-58
Determine mechanism of injury
Provide emergency care for an abdominal injury
Treat a Casualty Chest Injury………………..…………………..…59-66
Review of the thorax, mechanism of injury, and general assess of thoracic trauma
Identify major, immediate life-threatening thoracic injuries
Identify potential life-threatening thoracic injuries
Identify other chest injuries
Appendix A – Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury, Competency Skill Sheets
Appendix A – Treat a Casualty with a Spine Injury, Competency Skill Sheets
Appendix B – Treat a Casualty with a Chest Injury, Competency Skill Sheets

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