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Welding Theory: U.S. Army Correspondent Course Program - Subcourse No. OD1650 - Edition 8 By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.. Lesson 1: WELDING SYMBOLS. Task 1: Interpret welding symbols and describe the use of welding symbols on shop drawings.. Practical Exercise 1... Answers to Practical Exercise 1..... More > REFERENCES..< Less
Combat Lifesaver Course: Army Correspondence Course Program - Subcourse 0871 - Edition C By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS .... GRADING AND CERTIFICATION ... Lesson 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE COMBAT LIFESAVER AND TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE .... Section I. The Role of the Combat... More > Lifesaver .... Section II. Tactical Combat Casualty Care .... Exercises ..... Lesson 2 CARE UNDER FIRE ... Exercises .... Lesson 3 TACTICAL FIELD CARE ... Exercises .... Lesson 4 CONTROLLING BLEEDING .... Section I. Controlling Bleeding Without a Tourniquet ..... Section II. Applying a Tourniquet .... Exercises ..... Lesson 5 OPENING AND MANAGING A CASUALTY'S AIRWAY ..... Exercises .... Lesson 6 TREATING PENETRATING CHEST TRAUMA ... Section I. Treating an Open Chest Wound ..... Section II. Treating Tension Pneumothorax ....... Lesson 7 INITIATING A FIELD MEDICAL CARD OR TCCC CARD .. Section I. U.S. Field Medical Card .... Section II. Tactical Combat Casualty Care Card ..... Lesson 8 REQUESTING MEDICAL EVACUATION ....... Lesson 9 TACTICAL CASUALTY MOVEMENT .... .. Lesson 10 EVACUATING A CASUALTY USING A LITTER ...< Less
Milling Machine Operations - U.S. Army Warrant Officer Advanced Course - Mos/skill Level: 441A By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE....... i TABLE OF CONTENTS......... ii Lesson 1: MILLING MACHINE OPERATIONS......... 1 Task 1: Describe the setup, operation, and adjustment of the milling machine...... 1... More > Task 2: Describe the types, nomenclature, and use of milling cutters.........55 Practical Exercise 1........ 70 Answers to Practical Exercise 1...........72< Less
Metal Body Repair - U.S Army Repair Shop Technician: Warrant Officer Advanced Course (MOS/skill Level: 441A) By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................... ii Lesson 1: OPERATIONS REQUIRED TO REPAIR DAMAGED VEHICLES AND COMPONENTS............................. 1 Task 1: Describe the... More > operations required to repair damaged vehicles and components......................... 1 Practical Exercise 1.............................................. 48 Answers to Practical Exercise 1................................... 50 Lesson 2: OPERATIONS REQUIRED FOR GLASS, RADIATOR, AND FUEL TANK REPAIR.............................. 55 Task 1: Describe the operations required for proper glass repair........................................... 55 Task 2: Describe the operations required for proper radiator repair........................................ 67 Task 3: Describe the operations required for proper fuel tank repair....................................... 87 Practical Exercise 2.............................................. 96 Answers to Practical Exercise 2................................... 99< Less
Metal Properties: Characteristics, Uses, and Codes - U.S. Army Repair Shop Technician: Warrant Officer Advanced Correspondence Course MOS/skill Level: 441A By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page TITLE......................................................... i TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................. ii Lesson 1: THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL... More > PROPERTIES OF VARIOUS METALS, AND USE OF THE HARDNESS TESTER, CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, AND BENCH GRINDER TO IDENTIFY VARIOUS METALS.............................................. 1 Task 1: Describe the processes for identifying the physical and mechanical properties of various metals............................. 1 Task 2: Describe the processes for using the hardness tester, chemical analysis, and bench grinder to identify various metals................................................... 24 Practical Exercise 1..................................... 44 Answers to Practical Exercise 1.......................... 46 REFERENCES.................................................... 48< Less
Precision Measuring & Gaging - U.S. Army Repair Shop Technician: Warrant Officer Advance Course - MOS/Skill Level: 441A By Army Institute for Professional Development
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TABLE OF CONTENTS....... ii Lesson 1: PRECISION GAGES AND MEASURING TOOLS, AND TYPES OF FITS, TOLERANCES, AND ALLOWANCES...... 1 TASK 1: Describe the different types of fits, tolerances, and... More > allowances used in the machinist trades.... 1 TASK 2: Describe the proper use and care of precision gages and measuring tools... 9 Practical Exercise 1.... 84 Answers to Practical Exercise 1...... 86 REFERENCES..... 87< Less
Machine Shop Calculation: U.S. Army Repair Shop Technician Warrant Officer Advanced Correspondence Course By Army Institute for Professional Development
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The purpose of this subcourse is to introduce various mathematical calculations involved in the machine shop operations of a maintenance company organization in the field. The scope of the subcourse... More > serves to introduce the methods and procedures for solving problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of fractions and decimals, and conversion of fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions; conversion of linear measurements from the English to the metric system and viceversa; and for solving problems using ratio, proportion, and trigonometry.< Less
Lathe Operations - U.S. Army Repair Shop Technician Warrant Officer Advanced Correspondence Course By Army Institute for Professional Development
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The purpose of this subcourse is to introduce the uses of the lathe, to include safety; the uses, repair and adjustment of lathe attachments; and the various thread forms, uses, calculations and... More > machining techniques. Seven credit hours are awarded for successful completion of this subcourse. It consists of one lesson divided into three tasks. Lesson 1: THE LATHE USES AND SAFETY; USES, REPAIR, AND ADJUSTMENT OF LATHE ATTACHMENTS; AND VARIOUS THREAD FORMS, USES, CALCULATIONS, AND MACHINING TECHNIQUES TASK 1: Describe the uses of the lathe, to include safety. TASK 2: Describe the uses, repair, and adjustment of lathe attachments. TASK 3: Describe the various thread forms, uses, calculations, and machining techniques.< Less
Bandsaw Operations (Army Correspondence Course Program) By Army Institute for Professional Development
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The purpose of this subcourse is to introduce the use of the bandsaw machine and to describe the methods used in maintaining and troubleshooting this machine for possible problems or malfunctions.... More > The scope of this subcourse covers a description of types of bandsaw machines used in the U.S. Army. The general methods for using these machines are also discussed. Included in the subcourse are instructions for maintaining and troubleshooting the bandsaw. Seven credit hours are awarded for successful completion of this subcourse. It consists of two lessons divided into tasks as follows: Lesson 1: USES OF THE BANDSAW TASK 1: Describe the use of the bandsaw machine. Lesson 2: BANDSAW MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING TASK 1: Describe the methods used to repair and adjust the bandsaw. TASK 2: Describe the procedures for troubleshooting the bandsaw.< Less
Captivity: The Extreme Circumstance - NAVEDTRA 14316 (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: Lessons learned following the Korean conflict indicate a person can acquire survival skills that empower him/her to face captivity. This nonresident training course is designed to... More > help gain knowledge of the history and policy pertaining to prisoners of war, provide capability survival skills, and suggest avenues of support for POWs/MIAs and their families. THE COURSE: This self-study course is organized into subject matter areas, each containing learning objectives to help you determine what you should learn along with text and illustrations to help you understand the information. The subject matter reflects day-to-day requirements and experiences of those who have experienced captivity.< Less