This is a comprehensive guide addressing the common Army promotion board topics—over 40 subjects. Information was taken directly from Army regulations, field manuals, technical manuals, training circulars, and pamphlets. All the study material is in question/ answer/ flashcard format. Hyperlinks are used in the larger sections to help better facilitate the blocks of information. In addition, to help support some of the question/answers, notes are provided throughout along with Helpful Hints to aid in memory recall.
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The distinguished history of Indian Army dates back more than ten thousand years. The two grand epics of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built.
* Indian Army app provides information about history and Wars by Indian Army.
* Careers in Indian Army is a useful information for Army aspirants.
* The Quiz section provided tests your knowledge about Indian Army.
Note: This application is for evaluation only. It is not endorsed by the US Army.
Chapters: Preface, Introduction, Psychology of Survival, Survival Planning and Survival Kits, Basic Survival Medicine, Shelters, Water Procurement, Firecraft, Food Procurement, Survival Use of Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Animals, Field-Expedient Weapons, Tools, and Equipment, Desert Survival, Tropical Survival, Cold Weather Survival, Sea Survival, Expedient Water Crossings，Field-Expedient Direction Finding, Signaling Techniques, Survival Movement in Hostile Areas, Camouflage, Contact With People.
Appendices: Survival Kits, Edible and Medicinal Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Insects and Arachnids, Venomous Snakes and Lizards, Dangerous Fish and Mollusks, Ropes and Knots, Clouds, Evasion Plan of Action Format.
The purpose of this app is to act as a guide and does not cover all arm-and-hand signals used in the Army, only those that are commonly used for controlling Ground Forces.
Types of signals included:
- Signals for combat formations and battle drills
- Signals for crew-served weapons
- Signals for patrolling
- Signals for recovery operations
- Signals to control convoys
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De ROC roosterapplicatie stelt de gebruiker in staat om zijn lesroosters te downloaden en roosterwijzigingen in te zien. De Rooster App is bestemd voor studenten en docenten van het ROC van Twente en werkt op dit moment op de locaties:
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In augustus 2012 zal de Rooster App ook beschikbaar komen voor studenten en medewerkers van de locaties Wierdensestraat en De Sumpel.
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- Auto update
Great for members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Set the alarms to sync with the bugle calls at your base. Perfect for Drill Sergeants!
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Bugle calls include: First Call, Reveille, Assembly, Mess Call, Sick Call, Drill Call, First Sergeant's Call, Officer's Call, Recall, Mail Call, Guard Mounting, Adjutant's Call, Retreat, To The Color, Tattoo, Call To Quarters, Taps, and Last Post.
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In the armed services, a military cadence or cadence call is a traditional call-and-response work song sung by military personnel while running or marching. In the United States, these cadences are sometimes called jody calls or jodies, after Jody, a recurring character who figures in some traditional cadences.
US Army Marching Cadences:
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US Army Running Cadences:
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NEW! Saves your spot so you don't lose track, but be careful as selecting new subjects will reset it!
Enjoy over 200 new questions and a new feature - Extras! Extras are important articles we highly recommend studying!
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Now go out there and win yourself some stripes!
- App focuses on the most popular questions asked by board members
- Over 470 questions and answers
- Extra Articles for study: NCO Creed, Audie Murphy Bio, Board Tips, and more!
- Custom Chapter gives you 30 cards to make your own questions and answers
- Save your Favorite flashcards so you can find them quickly in the future
- Study without an active internet connection (3G/WiFi not required)
- Study all questions, or pick & choose by subject area to focus your efforts
- Appealing graphics and familiar touch controls like swipe gestures
- Shake your device to shuffle to a random flashcard
Are you a Soldier in the United States Army? One event is standing between you and your next promotion. The promotion board. Whether you are studying for a Promotion Board, Audie Murphy, Soldier of the Year, or Sergeant Morales; this App is the tool you need to prepare yourself.
Board questions are pulled from Army regulation and doctrine. There are thousands of these documents, many of which contain hundreds of pages of information. Do you have time to seek out and study all of that material? If you do, go for it! Reading doctrine is a fantastic way to learn about the Profession of Arms. You can download these docs online and print a copy, highlighter in hand. You will undoubtedly learn a lot from that experience. Unfortunately, most of us do not have that kind of free time. That is where The Board Master comes into play.
The Board Master is your take-anywhere study partner for Army promotions. With this tool, you can master the questions frequently asked during Army boards. Simply hit “Start.” You will be swiping through flashcards in no time. Swipe to a question you want to study. Flip the card over to reveal the answer. You can flag any card as a “Favorite Card” and come back to it any time.
The Board Master app is based on the book by the same name written by Johnnie L. Hickson. Johnnie is a Soldier who has won numerous boards himself and challenged many of his peers to excel using his time-tested techniques.
Next time you find yourself bored during a long commercial break or sitting in the waiting room at the dentist, pull out your smartphone or tablet and start making your way towards more stripes, increased pay, and professional fulfillment.
- Content derived from numerous sources including The Board Master by Johnnie L. Hickson
- Professionally developed App, created and supported by the leading publishers of professional military reading and digital media.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We also love to hear feature requests. After all, we have made this tool for you. It should work how you expect.
Please route all support requests and feature suggestions through our ticketing system: http://www.gipubs.com/ticket_new.asp
Study smart, win hard. Best of luck in your endeavors.
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