Features works in Japan
In Japan, you can find temporary and unskilled work. The opportunity to settle in this country on a permanent job for foreigners is almost zero. However, the decisive factor is your knowledge, experience and perseverance.
Employment in Japan often interested in those who love the culture of this country and would like to live there for a while, and maybe to stay forever. Of course, the best way to do this – study, but not everyone has the opportunity to learn in adulthood. So many fans of this strange wonder, is it possible to find a job in Japan.
BusinessTimes answer: Yes, of course, possible. In fact, Japan is the same country, like all others, and there also are vacancies. However, for the device to work in Japan you will need knowledge of the Japanese language – how well you speak Japanese, depends on what job you qualify for.
Already with an intermediate level of Japanese you can try to find a job in elderly care. It’s no secret that Japan has the greatest life expectancy in the world – however, many adults need help. So if you have experience in this area, and best of all – and the relevant education – you have a chance to find a job in Japan. It’s a good opportunity to practice your language so that you can try to apply for more skilled jobs.
To look for this kind of work is available over the Internet, sending a summary. Here are some examples of websites Continue reading
Helicopter Evacuation in the Korean War
The small number of evacuations and rescues during World War II were enough to make it clear that the helicopter was the future of battlefield MedEvac. The Korean War brought that promise to an operational reality.
In Korea, the use of helicopters as ambulances was especially important due to the physical landscape. The rugged terrain and difficult roads made a tactical ride in a ambulance truck to reach an aid station far too rough and lengthly to meet the needs of the wounded soldiers. Casualties often went into shock from the rigors of truck transport and essential time was lost before treatment. Medical officers noted that “A man dies in a period of time, not over a distance of miles” to summarize the problem.
Medics gently carry a wounded American soldier towards a Bell H-13 helicopter for evacuation to emergency treatment, 23 July 1953. An M-43 Dodge Ambulance is in the background.
At the outset of the Korean War, the U.S. military was still equipped only with a small number of World War II helicopters. There was no doctrine to prescribe their use. But, as always in wartime, practical necessities drove the agenda, problems were solved, and helicopters quickly became the primary medical evacuation aircraft for the movement of casualties Continue reading