The indefinite guide to the DLAB. This was written and (poorly, I know) put together myself. I took the DLAB April of 2015, and this is going to be a great resource to look over before you embark on that epic 2-3 hour masochism fest. I'm not the best talker in the world (I also know), so ignore the multitude of "uhs". Also ignore the background noise (I have a parrot and a fire radio). Links: 5 Ways to Study for the DLAB by Language Surfer http://www.languagesurfer.com/2013/03/05/ways-to-study-for-the-dlab/ Navy DEP CTI Forum: http://www.navydep.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=68 Visual Picture Link: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-m99Nrd2QW8Y/TbGoEGo1xCI/AAAAAAAAAEY/Rw7iznOqBZs/s1600/Untitled.png And Since I Borrowed a Comic from Scuttlebutt, Here is Their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/scuttlebuttcomic *Disclaimer: This video is in no way, shape, or form associated with the U.S. Military. It is a purely civilian (for now) made video on what to study for and what to know about the Defense Language Aptitude Battery. It is purely educational and is not uploaded for monetary gain. All pictures are created and owned by others and are not of my creation. This video and audio is, however, mine and can be used by anyone as a free and "open source" educational tool. Thank you and good luck.
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This is my experience with taking the DLAB (Defense Language Aptitude Battery). Here are some links that may help you to prepare for the DLAB or find out what to expect from other people's experiences: Info About DLAB: http://usmilitary.about.com/cs/joiningup/a/dlab.htm Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defense_Language_Aptitude_Battery ***Navy Sample Test-CLICK!!(VERY SIMILAR TO DLAB FORMAT): http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/cryptology.html DLAB Sample Test: http://www.deltagear.us/Kit&Tools/Kit/DLABsample.pdf Other Links Which May Help: Syllable Exercise: http://www.soundsofenglish.org/hollys_corner/wordstress/intro_ex1.htm Community Forums (ppl talking about their experiences, some of the posts may be from a few years back, but, I found them fairly informative): http://community.armystudyguide.com/groupee/forums/a/tpc/f/3291033041/m/1811068372 http://www.leatherneck.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66917 Hope this helps you guys! & Hope you guys have a great day! (The DLAB is a specialized test and that being said, I couldn't disclose to many details about the test. If you have any specific questions message me.)
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Wassup YouTube! I hope y'all enjoy this Q/A, thank you for sending me questions! I answered them as best I could. It was extremely fun making this video and I'd like to do more like these later on. If you have any positive feedback, post it in the comments below! As always, I'll talk to y'all soon - James Espitia. Stay Connected: Twitter @ JamesEspitia_ Snapchat @ jespitia98 Instagram @ jespitia98
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This video shows a good example of a Flat Earther beating the globe numbers while taking into account the viewer height and then using a curvature calculator. It is important to do the experiments properly without assuming one can simply use 8 inches per mile when you square the mile which fails to take viewer height into account. Awesome footage taken on December 17, 2017 by Wide Awake (Please subscribe - he's one of the best) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkxN0iPWExvmFGvbT-zvL6Q Earth Curvature Calculator: https://dizzib.github.io/earth/curve-calc/?d0=8.09&h0=6.5&unit=imperial Coordinates conversion: http://boulter.com/gps/ Brochure with Coordinates (page 4): http://www.hernandocounty.us/parks_rec/BoatingWaterways/brochures/WaterWaysBRO-07.pdf Distance to the Horizon Calculator: http://www.ringbell.co.uk/info/hdist.htm Height of Camera: 6.5 feet (probably less than 6 feet) Bill Watts Tripod: 28 31.135, -82 42.471; Distance = 3.59 miles Billy Steele South Rack: 28 30.415, -82 46.488; Distance = 7.73 miles Bayport North Rack: 28 33.895, -82 46.851; Distance = 8.09 miles Bayport Channel Entrance Light: 28 32.850, -82 42.570; Distance = 3.59 miles Cutter Rock: 28 30.979, -82 49.934; Distance = 11.05 miles We also verified the coordinates off of a detailed nautical map. However, the distances were slightly different. I find that interesting as to why the coordinates don't match perfectly. We decided to use the online brochure coordinates so that everyone could independently verify the information. Regardless, I did plot all of the nautical maps coordinates and found the distances. Here they are: Bill Watts Tripod (Map): 28 31.220, -82 42.490; Distance = 3.58 miles Billy Steele South Rack (Map): 28 30.324, -82 46.795; Distance = 8.06 miles Bayport North Rack (Map): 28 34.032, -82 46.919; Distance = 8.20 miles Bayport Channel Entrance Light (Map): 28 32.806, -82 42.408; Distance = 3.42 miles Cutter Rock (Map): 28 30.900, -82 50.000; Distance = 11.12 miles
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This video features the best information on DLAB Practice Tests and the potential Study Guides out there. Learn how you can improve your Defense Language Aptitude Battery Score by following our tips and recommendations. Items discussed on the Video: 1.http://bit.ly/CompleteDLABStudyGuide 2.http://bit.ly/OfficialDLABTrainingManual 3.http://bit.ly/DLABStudyGuide 4.http://bit.ly/DefenseLanguageAptitudeBattery Top resources: http://www.DLABPrep.com http://www.amazon.com/The-Complete-DLAB-Study-Guide-ebook/dp/B00KMHFXCQ Free DLAB Practice Test: 1.http://bit.ly/NavyCryptoTest We hope you enjoyed our video and good luck.
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Once you have successfully completed a YOU Session and submitted all of the required documentation, you'll attend an Assessment Session. This will include a Medical Assessment, a Psychological Interview and a Defence Interview. Learn More: http://goo.gl/AOlVG
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So I took my DLAB Tuesday but have been so busy I hadnt made the video about. sorry :( anyway. here is info on the DLAB cause I know trying to look for study guides to help you is like non existent, and thinking about it now I can see why they don't put it out there but, here is a LITTLE help
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This is my experience in taking the CompTIA advanced security practitioner exam known as Casp. To give you a little insight on how I passed, what I did to pass and what it took for me to get the knowledge I have now. From what I understand this is similar to cissp in a sense but this is more Technical and that is managerial with a ton more questions so if you have any questions hit me up enjoy!
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MFA Computer Art, MFA Fine Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies present artist and curator Armin Medosch discussing his book, New Tendencies: Art at the Threshold of the Information Revolution (1961 – 1978), which was recently published by MIT Press. Armin Medosch, Ph.D., is a Vienna-based artist, curator and scholar working in art and media theory. In 2014, he curated the international exhibition "Fields" for the Riga European Capital of Culture, and is initiator of the Technopolitics working group in Vienna. The event is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum New York and the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria.
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