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A. A. Young

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15th MEU Personnel Profile

  • 1) School of Infantry
  • 2) Qualified MOS
    0311 Rifleman, 0351 Infantry Assaultman
  • 3) Corporal's Courses
    CPLC 101, CPLC 102, CPLC 103
  • 4) Sergeant's Courses
    SGTC 201, SGTC 202
  • 7) Auxiliary Qualifications
  • 8) Date of Rank

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  1. Training While in SOI

    You're only "free" to join them if you're either invited to the training, or they request Fill-ins. Otherwise, if you join a training, be respsectful if they don't need Fill-ins. Yes, you can join most trainings, as it applies to Rifle Platoons, Weapons, Gator, Titan, and ACE (You wont be flying).
  2. Strange horizontal white lines

    I would definitely check this link out. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Vertical-white-line-on-the-laptop-screen/td-p/3835370 As far as "Speed is limiting processor" error, sounds as if its some of your firmware is probably ourdated. I just did a bit of research on it, many people have the same Error, with no fixes in sight. Fortunately nobody reported of it being anything serious. Sadly, it may be a hardware issue, or something deep rooted in the BIOS. Which Alienware is it?
  3. Strange horizontal white lines

    Have you considered it might be the screen acting up on the Laptop? I'm not very familiar with laptops, but maybe the backlight is going out or something. Try pluging your Laptop into a TV via a HDMI cable and see if the problem continues on the TV. If it occurs, its a hardware issues on the Laptop. If not, then I'd consider your screen as a culprit. Something else you could do is try checking out Event Viewer, its a good way to identify any serious issues that may be going on in the background without you even realizing 1. Right click your windows button and click Event Viewer. 2. Windows logs -> Then System. 3. Search for any vital errors or critical happening on your PC. Sometimes even the 'Information' tabs can have some evidence behind them. Also, here's a thread I found online if this helps any - https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-desktop/thin-vertical-white-lines-on-monitor/095aec34-8fd8-404c-aea6-92cb498ef77b Another one I found - http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Vertical-white-line-on-the-laptop-screen/td-p/3835370 Hope this helps somewhat, just throwing in some Troubleshooting advice.
  4. New Forum Check-In

    Name (including initials): Young, A Rank: PFC Billet: 0331 Section: Gambler 4-2 Are you Game Admin Qualified: No Additional Duties (S-Shops or Instructors): S-4 Mission Team Link to SMF Profile: http://15thmeu.net/forums/index.php?action=profile;u=88083