There are two reasons why America wanted to capture Iwo Jima. There were two airstrips on Iwo Jima and the Americans could use those to land broken B-29's that needed repairing. The other reason is that If the Americans are going to bomb japan, Iwo Jima would inform the main land of Japan and form a counter-strike. It was mandatory for the americans to take Iwo Jima, because if they didn't Hiroshima and Nagasaki would have been failures.
The letters contain a veiled threat that economic pressure could follow.
The letters contain a veiled threat that economic pressure could follow
The German Enigma cipher (encode/decode) machines were used by the Germans in WW2, and secretly the British with assistance from Poles & French began to try to crack these codes when the war started. By 1942, the Enigma cipher was being broken for periods of time. When these codes were broken & read, then the information became known by the British code-word "Ultra".
Approximately 250 men.An Infantry Rifle Company of a standard infantry division consisted of 3 Infantry Platoons and 1 Weapons Platoon and was commanded by a Captain with a radio operator as support.Each Infantry Platoon of 3 Rifle Squads of 9 to 12 men. The Weapons Company was equipped with 2 Squads of heavy Machine Guns and 3 squads of 81mm Mortars.AnswerThe real situation is much more complex, as it depends on the time period in question, the army in question, and the exact purpose of the company. For instance, in the modern US Army, a tank company has about 170 men, while a Mechanized (Heavy) company has over 200, and a Light Infantry company has somewhat more. Specialized artillery, support, or headquarters companies can easily have twice times as many people as a Light Infantry company. US Marine Corps Infantry companies will generally have about 10% more than a US Army Light Infantry company. In other eras, a company could consist up to 400 people. Nations other than the US have varying numbers too, according their military philosophy. Overall, a good estimate is that a modern-day COMBAT company from most nations will have somewhere between 150-300 people, and a support/HQ/medical/etc. company will have 400-500.
One danger of not repairing a sway bar on a vehicle is that the stability of the vehicle could be compromised. Without broken sway bar, the vehicle is in greater danger of overturning.
You can find a lot of information about repairing credit through many books that you can purchase at your bookstore or through your library. If you are working with a debt consolidation/management company, they will provide helpful resources for you as well.
The phrasal verb "was repairing" could be used as follows: I was repairing a faucet when the doorbell rang, interrupting my work as I went to answer the door.
A person could fix a broken garage door remote by ordering the replacement parts either from the company or online. Then you just replace the parts that are broken.
There are no companies that specialize in repairing a Honeywell fan. However, if its still under warranty a person could get into contact with the company and they could possibly replace the fan or offer to fix it.
it could be an infection or the cells repairing themselves from the cut
If you get a broken gun you can usually return it and get a refund or replacement. Otherwise you could litigate against the company.
Broken trust on the employees. Well........ when its not their money in the company they dont care their only their to get their pay. If you cant trust them dont risk anything. Who knows they could be stealing money or products. Just be wary. Like I said they not their to keep your company running well but only themselves.
A podiatrist is a kind of doctor that specialises in treating problems with feet and could be called a foot doctor.
You could short a lead in a comp.
I assmume you mean broken, but what I would do would be to see if you could get your money back and buy another phone from a better company.