Earth Rangers is a unique kids’ conservation organization that provides kids with the tools to become animal saving heroes by teaching them how to protect wildlife and wildlife habitats.
Join Earth Rangers to accept animal saving Missions, earn badges, and to get freebies like wallpapers, ringtones, ebooks and games.
Share photos on Facebook to show off the results . Or save images stored in your phone or tablet as well.
Enjoy the game!
-Supporting for Russian and international Morse code;
-Transmitting character using built-in keyboard(for beginners) or the touchpad( as in real Morse encoding device);
-Two mode of transmit training - generated sequence of symbols and words;
-Speed transmitting test;
-Several type of transmitters(receiving training): custom tone, system tone(DTMF), camera flash, screen and vibro;
-Displaying obtained achievements and the capability to share them with your friends.
-Morse code handbook with playing encoded character sound and mnemonics for better learning.
-Playing text files.
-Posting inputed text to your friends throgh SMS or social networks
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• General information about malaria and malaria prevention
• “How to” videos that provide instructions on how to implement countermeasures that include the set-up of bednets
• Medication tools that help you learn about anti-malarial medications and set-up a customized medication reminder
• A testable course that may be required by the U.S. Africa Command
• Helpful references
The BiteBack App is part of a series of mobile learning resources provided by the Global MedAid Research Initiative sponsored by the Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) at the U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command, Fort Detrick, Maryland.
For now, access to this app is limited to research partners of the Global MedAid project while it undergoes internal testing and review. You will not be able to access the app without a registered user ID provided by TATRC.
ROC-V Mobile Edition ships with six default lists:
-Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks (SMCT)
-Rotary Wing Only
-Wheeled, Armored Only
-Wheeled, Unarmored Only
Users can also create custom sets from scratch.
Free Study Mode:
-Allows users to view images of vehicles from eight different aspects, learn helpful H.A.T.S/R.E.F.T. identification cues and compare two vehicles side-by-side.
Contains two engaging challenge modes:
Vehicle Discrimination Challenge
-Presents the user with two images, side-by-side, and is prompted to click on the image of the named vehicle.
Timed Signature Challenge
-Asks the user to identify a displayed vehicle through a six-alternative, timed multiple-choice test.
Users select a specific duty position directly related to operating a range. Each selected position provides descriptive information with a cumulative list of responsibilities that illustrates actions to be taken before, during and after Range operations.
Learning Objective: Provide an immediate reference at the point of need and learning tool that establishes a uniformed approach toward meeting necessary criteria in support training events requiring ranges and streamlining execution of operational standards for range utilization.