the strong tendon joining the calf muscles to the heel bone.
assistant primary instructor.
a network of nerves in the armpits, supplying nerves to the chest, shoulders, and arms.
pertains to the heart and lung system.
the pair of main arteries that supply blood to the brain via the neck.
neck and upper spine bones.
having two or more branches and located between the knee and ankle.
Department of the Army.
defense switched network.
impaired or abnormal function.
the chief artery in the front part of the inner thigh.
federal stock number.
strangulation with a rope or wire.
in accordance with.
mission-essential task list.
national stock number.
officer in charge.
one-station unit training.
muscles that connect the ventral walls of the chest with the bones of the upper arms and shoulders.
a nerve located near the fibula.
program(s) of instruction.
perations and training officer.
a violent, bloodthirsty strangulation.
a pair of large nerves that pass out of the pelvis and down the back of the thigh.
the pit of the stomach.
a star-shaped mass of nerve tissue external to the brain or spinal cord.
part of the main artery of the arm or forelimb.
a nerve on top of the shoulder.
the main trunk of the system of tubes by which air passes to and from the lungs.
a large, flat, triangular muscle on each side of the back.
Ttaining Support Center.
cranial nerves that supply the heart and lungs with sensory and motor fibers.