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The Big Picture More than 624,000 veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan have filed disability claims (both physical and mental), the Military Times reported in January and a recent ABC news report says that according to the Department of Veterans Affairs, there are 1, 286 service members who are now amputees as a result of those two wars. The Iraq and Afghanistan wars have made the term IED (Improvised Explosive Device) a household term. IED injuries result in thousands of US military war wounded suffering from amputations, burns and functional limb loss. The vets spend months (and sometimes years) in outpatient care, many at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX. The BAMC comprises the Center for the Intrepid that is home to the largest inpatient medical facility in the Department of Defense. The Big Picture
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pictchallenge-archives - Home TEST 2014 : Essai hauts ISO Nikon Df et Nikon D800E E_BOOK 2014 : Nikon D610 Ce nouvel e_book présente le Nikon D610, ses réglages, les logiciels conseillés et donne les résultats commentés des mesures DxO Mark du capteur, et les tests de 76 objectifs (zooms, fixes autofocus, fixes manuels) que l'on peut conseiller pour ce boîtier expert 24 x 36. Il est disponible en ligne au prix de 16,99 €. Actualité sur le blog Pictchallenge Livres sortis en 2013: pictchallenge-archives - Home
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La gestion des couleurs et les navigateurs internet - Laurentia La gestion des couleurs et les navigateurs internet - Laurentia Samedi 23 avril 2011 6 23 /04 /Avr /2011 16:32 Bonjour à tous ! Le navigateur internet est sans doute le logiciel le plus utilisé dans un ordinateur ! Mais qu'en est-il de sa capacité à nous montrer les "vraies" images !
DxO Mark - Compare cameras side by side We are already acquainted with the D3200: apart from a few ergonomic details, it’s the same camera as the compact and lightweight D3100 SLR, though missing the secondary display on its bridge for even greater compactness. The D3200 weighs only 454 grams (without battery or card). Unlike the D3100, the D3200’s lens is off-center for better balance and the highly practical LiveView/video mode activation tab of the D3100 and the D5100 has disappeared in favor of a more ergonomically mundane video recording button. The D3200 comes with a second (dorsal) infrared sensor to complement its front sensor for more practical infrared remote control. The motor selection tab (single-frame, burst, timer, remote control) is gone as well, again replaced by a direct-access button. DxO Mark - Compare cameras side by side
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