What is the difference between an assigned unit and a tenant unit on a military base?

Answer The Air Force does not want the Army to have fixed-wing combat aircraft; so as the F-35 replaces the A-10, the A-10's taken out of service will be smashed to bits and then melted down to scrap meta... Read More »

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What is the standard format in the military when a soldier separated from his unit wants to identify what his assigned brigade regiment battalion etc is to a superior officer?

Jr. ROTC is not a requirement for joining any military branch. It can be a benefit to you both personally and professionally (although I would avoid sharing this information in Boot Camp if you do ... Read More »

What is the difference between a linear unit and a square unit?

A linear unit is a one-dimensionn line; a square unit is area. A linear unit is a distance measurment like 1 inch, 2 miles, or 3 kilometers. A square unit is expressed in square, like 2 square feet.

Is the owner of a condo unit responsible for water damages from a leak in his unit to a unit below?

Only if the owner above was negligent somehow. A pipe simply bursting suddenly and without warning would not trigger any liability of the unitowner. However, if the unitowner above was filling his... Read More »

52 RCA rear projection TV model HD52W59 where the base is attached to the unit- Is it possible to remove the base so I can put it on your own base with shelves?

No you can't remove the base. Most of the electronics are located in the base.