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What do you get in a heavy duty package in a truck?

A:  the heavy duty package includes trans oil cooler heaver duty shocks and spring set up sway bars that is what it was when I bought mine in 06...

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Is there a difference between the attitudes of people who?

A:  While I do feel that many of the regular ap''s here on Y!A do not have the BSE attitude, I feel that most adoptive parents DO. Again, I am NOT directing this towards the educated ap''s here. Just peruse some of the ap & pap blogs out there. The verbage, the entitlement, their sentiments reek of the BSE Era. It''s like I am reading some science fiction novel from the 1960''s. I hesitate to link them here, because I have had several answers with blog links receive violations, but I will be more than happy to share them through email. I feel the difference between the BSE attitude ap''s and the attitudes of many of the ap''s here is simply because of education, and because these parents realize that adoption is supposed to be in the child''s...

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Who works in Embassies and Consulates? What is the difference between the two?

A:  The embassy represents the US to the entire country, is normally located in the capital as noted (Tel Aviv being an exception) and is normally headed by an ambassador or a Chief of Mission. There may be one or more other consulates, normally headed by a Consul General, and is located in one or more of the major cities. It covers whatever region is assigned to it and reports to the embassy. The number and type of officers and other positions vary a great deal from one consulate to another. An Embassy represents a foreign government & it''s interests. The embassy is located in the state''s capital. A consulate is a branch of the embassy & represents business & trade....

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What the difference between the M16 A1, A2, A3, and A4?

A:  A1 - 1st operational version - fully auto and semi auto mode of fire, triangular hand guard A2 - 3 round burst, semi auto, round hand guard A3 - fully auto, semi auto mode of fire, round hand guard A4 - 3 round burst, semi auto, removable carrying handle with an integral rail-mounting system That''s pretty much the basic differences...there are other little differences between the models...like different flash suppressors, iron sights, capability to add the M203, etc.... For starters, the A1 had no picatinny rails, only the carry handle. The A2-A4 I believe all have picatinny rails. There are also very minor details that were changed, such as the flash suppressor on the A2 was closed at the bottom to keep dirt or snow from kicking up while...

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What are the main differences between American and British résumés/CVs?

A:  As far as I know there is no difference between American and British CV''s. In Britain photo''s are NOT included - to cut down on discrimination. Having written both, in summary: No photo''s, no keywords section, greater emphasis on the role and people interaction/less on the accomplishments, and a larger interests section. Most resumes tend to be too punchy for UK employers, who prefer a rounded view over pure accomplishments Unless its a specialist US law position based in the UK, most employers will reject you without UK contact details (ie: you are here with address/phone), other wise there is the risk of flight. Good Luck!...

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What is the difference between the Army and Marine Corps.?

A:  The marines are part of the navy The US Marines have no jobs that are not combat related. If you join the Marines, you will be trained for combat. Even the corpsmen (medics) used by marines in the field are US Navy. So if you are hoping for training for a post-military career, definitely go Army or Air Force. Because the Marines are trained only for combat, they are, not surprisingly, very good at it. They have 200 plus years of sterling combat service, but their most noted battles are Iwo Jima (the Marine memorial in DC is a statue from that battle) and the Pacific Theater in World war Two. The Marines have tough training (called boot camp) lots of unit pride, and are generally given the worst combat assignments, and they do them well.. But as I stressed, their pride is entirely in their...

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What are the differences between the Coast Guards ME "A" School, and MLE Academy?

A:  The MLE Academy teaches many courses involving maritime law enforcement. ME A School is one specific course that teaches their students basic tasks regarding this career field. To get to ME A School, you have to be advanced to E-3, then place your name on the waiting list until you get there. For any of the other courses that are taught at the MLEA, all you have to do is request them. Granted, if the course has nothing to do with your present duties (or anticipated duties), odds are you won''t get to go....

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What is the difference between the models of rangerover?

A:  LPG is a great make but obviously if you are travelling long distances the diesel makes more sense because it is more economical!...

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What''s the difference between a 4 wheel drive and an all-wheel drive?

A:  In a four wheel drive vehicle, there are two drive wheels, and the other two can be locked in to become drive wheels. In and all-wheel drive vehicle, all four wheels are drive wheels, all the time. BASICALLY NOTHING !! EACH MAKER HAS IT''S OWN WAY OF DRIVING 4 WHEELS--SOME DRIVE THEM ALL THE TIME (ALL WHEEL) AND SOME DRIVE 2 WHEELS ONLY PART TIME WITH THE DRIVER CHOOSING (4 WHEEL DRIVE)...

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What is the difference between army rotc, army reserves and army national guard?

A:  First of all I am confused as to why you are asking the differance in Army components when you want to join the Air Force. So first thing to do is decide which one of these branches you want to join. ROTC-Full time college, scholarships, commissioned 2LT upon graduation and aliving allowance once you contract Reserve-One weekend a month-2 weeks a year--deployable--regulated by the federal government National Guard-Same as reserve only regulated by state and federal governments, so you may be activated for state side and national disasters. The Army and Air Force both have a NG and There are Army and Air Force ROTC programs--figure out what branch you want and go from there. ROTC is Reserve Officers Training Corps. You go ROTC when youre...