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38th Combat Support Wing
2004 to enhance support to the over 70 USAFE geographically separated units (GSUs) and units across Europe ... an extra layer of bureaucracy and isolated units would be better served without it ...
37th Training Wing - Units
... the 37th Training Wing staff agencies provide a variety of support services for wing and tenant units at Lackland AFB ...
Yahalom (IDF) - Organization and Activities - Sub-units
... YAEL ("Ibex") - a special demolition unit that conducts long range sabotages, combat engineering, counter terror, and maritime engineering missions ... YACHSAP ("EOD Unit") - an EOD unit that removes land mines and missile warheads, handles nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) threats, performs bomb disposal, and accompanies special operations units on ... SAMOOR ("Weasel") - a unit whose expertise is finding and destroying smuggling tunnels and hidden weapon caches ...
Historical Linguistics - Sub-fields of Study - Morphology
... Words as units in the lexicon are the subject matter of lexicology ... accepted as being (with clitics) the smallest units of syntax, it is clear that, in most (if not all) languages, words can be related to other words by rules ... (or regularities) in the way words are formed from smaller units and how those smaller units interact in speech ...
Responsivity
... responsivity of a photodetector is usually expressed in units of either amperes or volts per watt of incident radiant power ... This expression is also given in terms of, the wavelength of the optical signal, and has units of amperes per watt (A/W) ... responsivity summarizes the change in the neural response per unit signal strength ...

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