Seventy-five years after Japan unleashed one of the most devastating naval attacks in history on the US fleet at Pearl Harbor, the country has again established itself as one of the world's foremost military powers, experts say.
Hull Technician 1st Class Jarrett L. Zubiate, Enlisted Recruiter of the Year, Active and Navy Counselor 1st Class Ying Holiday, Enlisted Recruiter of the Year, Reserve render honors during a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery during Navy Recruiting Command's (NRC) Recruiters of the Year (ROY) event.
Horseshoe Motor: A bipolar electric motor is an electric motor with only two poles to its stationary field. They are an example of the simple brushed DC motor, with a commutator. This field may be generated by either a permanent magnet or a field coil. The 'bipolar' term refers to the stationary field of the motor, not the rotor. The rotors often have more than two poles, three for a simple motor and potentially more for a high-power motor. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bipolar_electric_motor