This question is very nonspecific. If you are asking "Who carries a M16 into combat?" I would have to say that is entirely up to the circumstances and parameters of a combat mission. As of 2010, the M16 is being phased out in the United States Army, and is being replaced by the M4 carbine, which is itself a shortened derivative of the M16A2. In the US Army, the M16 could be supplemented by the Individual Carbine, beginning in late 2014, if procurement of a new weapon is attained, and if funds allow. All other US services would stay with current M16 and M4 series weapons. Also, having a longer barrel than the M4 (and thus being more accurate out to longer ranges), soldiers are generally equipped with a M16 when mission settings demand it i.e. a wide and open Area of Operations (AO) (basically where any engagement may take place). A good example of this would be a desert or grassland, as opposed to urban settings or dense jungle/forest battle field. A Designated Marksmen (DM), whose role is to supply rapid accurate fire on enemy targets at ranges at up to 1,000 meters (1,090 yds.) with a rifle, may be equipped with a modified M16, but are usually, equipped with a Mark 12 Mod 0/1 Special Purpose Rifle (SPR) or SR-25. As a general rule, Designated Marksmen use specialized rifles for this role. Combat medics may be equipped with a M16, but such a situation is generally rare. Hope that answered you question!
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The pulmonary artery carries blood from the heart to the lungs. It is the vessel that carries blood from the right ventricle.
Yes, The LAPD carries AR 15 (or occasionally M16) 7.62mm assault rifles
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The executive branch carries out the laws that the legislative branch makes.
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The superior vena cava carries the blood from the upper part of th body to the right atrium
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A M16 cost about $2000.00
Two different types of tissue: the xylem carries water and the phloem carries nutrients.