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Army Field Manuals

Army Field Manuals
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U.S. Army Awards and Decorations As do the other U.S. Military Services, the Army uses military awards and decorations (medals and ribbons) to foster mission accomplishment by recognizing excellence of military members of the force and motivating them to high levels of performance and service. A medal will not be awarded or presented to any individual whose entire service subsequent to the time of the distinguished act, achievement, or service has not been honorable. The determination of "honorable" will be based on such honest and faithful service according the standards of conduct, courage, and duty required by law and customs of the service of a member of the grade to whom the standard is applied. Army awards and decorations are approved accordance to the guidance contained in Army Regulation 600-8-22, Military Awards. Rules for the proper wear of Army awards and decorations can be found in Army Regulation 670-1, Wear and Appearance of Army Uniforms. The below decorations are shown in order of precidence.

HUDs | GM ELMIRAJ Concept car UI It’s really cool to see car companies experimenting with ways to incorporate current technologies into a car’s dashboard and interface. I’ve come across concepts involving touch screens, smart phone integration, voice activation and even HUDs. Ender’s Game – UI Breakdown The super talented Jayse Hansen has just uploaded breakdowns of the UI from Ender’s Game! Robocop (2014) – UI Design Perception have just released a case study of their recent UI work on Robocop. Star Citizen – Developing the HUD Star citizen is a crowd funded space simulator from the creator of Wing Commander, Chris Roberts. Hawken: Mech HUDs Hawken has been a project I’ve been following with lot’s of anticipation, ever since I first came across it’s early gameplay footage. After Earth GFX Reel Here’s a GFX reel of some of the UI work done on After Earth. Continuum Season 2 – Visual Effects Reel Here’s a great visual effects reel by Artifex Studios showcasing their work for Continuum season 2. Wow!

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