This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Milk Essay

1787 words - 8 pages

Many organizations regardless of specific type of work have many ethical decisions to be made at all levels within the organization. At Aegis Defense Services those ethical decisions are made 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and made in split seconds. The topic of ethical decision making will show the true nature of Aegis’s work force, of which is being paid for by your and my tax dollars. Ethical circumstances are seen differently threw eyes of those who experience them. An honest person who has been threw stressful life and death ethical situations will say that being able to have a clear conscience at the end of your day is all that matters.
Aegis was founded in 2002 out of London, ...view middle of the document...

With constant rigorous training and repetitive deployments, the retention rate is fairly low. A special on the Public Broadcasting Service series Frontline “Private Warriors,” the question is brought up of how much do private contractors get paid? “Money is a prime motivator for those working in Iraq. Guards for private security firms can typically make between $400 and $600 per day. Guards employed by Blackwater, a high-profile American company that guarded Ambassador Paul Bremer, the former head of the CPA, are paid up to $1000 per day.” With those numbers in mind that is the largest reason for the even lower retention in the military.
In essence that ex-Navy Seal member would make upwards of $200,000 to basically do the same job as they did when they were in the military. Aegis hardly spends any more additional funds to train the prior military, since they already know almost everything they will need to do to complete their security mission. Although Aegis security personnel in Iraq are armed with weapons they are not allowed to conduct offensive missions. Meaning they are not allowed to hunt and destroy insurgents, but they do have weapons and specially designed vehicles to defend themselves if
Souders 3
threatened. This defensive action has been brought up in military investigations of how Aegis security runs their convoys during operations in Iraq.
Military members deploying to Iraq are taught the Escalation of Force (EOF) to dictate how to respond to incidences in a time of war in a foreign country. This model is used by all Coalition Forces in Iraq, it is a basic fundamental to escalate or deescalate a situation that may lead up to the use of deadly force. The understanding comes from a need to defend one’s self or injury to other friendly units from bodily harm or death. The Department of the United States Army’s Center for Lessons Learned Publication 07-21: Escalation of Force Handbook, is a legal standing document that states what use of force is needed for specific situations. While many who are trained on this are very basic of soldiers, completing duties that may not even include the use of weapons while in the country. The employees of Aegis have been skillfully trained on the subject while they were in the military and now as private contractors in Iraq.
The EOF is set to utilize the least amount of force possible, ensuring the member uses proper ethical judgment. Inside the handbook is the EOF which is “1. Shout” to attempt to gain the attention of the subject you are feeling danger from, “2. Shock” visually or audibly show your intentions of the subject to comply with your measures, “3.Shoot” fire warning shot and if that fails to stop threat from subject shoot to stop their actions. While this theory may look good on paper, in real life the actions between shout and shoot are only separated by seconds. While many basic soldiers may have a grasp on the EOF, the private security contractors are experts in the...

Other assignments on Milk

Essay

303 words - 2 pages Pasteurization Pasteurization is the sterilization of liquids such as milk, to destroy disease-causing (Pathogen) like bacteria and virus. The process is named for the French scientist Louis Pasteur, who discovered in the 1860s that undesired fermentation could be prevented in wine and beer by heating it to 1350F (570C) for a few minutes. Milk is pasteurized by heating it to about 1450F (630C) for 30 min or by the ''flash method'' of

Research Paper

5903 words - 24 pages CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 THE DAIRY INDUSTRY India is the world’s largest producer of dairy products by volume and it also has the world’s largest dairy herd with 194mn cows and 155mn buffaloes. The country accounts for more than 13% of world’s total milk production and is also the world’s largest consumer of dairy products, consuming almost all of its own milk production. Milk production in India has developed significantly in

Nesvita

4076 words - 17 pages NESTLÉ NESVITA Cereal Milk Drink By Ma. Cristina Villanueva INTRODUCTION In 1994, NESTLÉ launched the first of its kind instant cereal beverage under the brand NESVITA in the Philippines. This was the first product launched by NESTLÉ under the NESVITA brand name. NESTLÉ NESVITA Cereal Milk Drink truly was a revolutionary product back then since it was harping towards the benefits of convenience and healthy nutrition. Since 1994 until

Investigatory Project

1406 words - 6 pages in our lives. Glue is a sticky material (usually a liquid) that can stick two or more things together. Glue can be made from plant or animal parts, or it can be made from oil-based chemicals. The first glues may have been natural liquids that come out of trees when they are cut. Later people learned to make glue by boiling animal feet, cartilage or bones. Some very strong glue is made from fish bones, rubber or milk. Simple glue can be made at

Amul Supply Chain

2012 words - 9 pages [pic] Introduction ➢ The Kaira District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Limited, popularly known as Amul Dairy is a US $ 500 million turnover institution. It is a institution built up with a network of over 10000 Village Co-operative Societies and 500,000 plus members. ➢ Formed in the year 1946 Amul is the leading food brand in India. ➢ Amul initiated the dairy co-operative movement

Cim Full Essay

2574 words - 11 pages CONTENTS Introduction…………………………………………2 Definition of Business Ethics……………………….2 Background of Fonterra’s Company………………..2 Issues of Fonterra’s company.....................................3 Solution to Issues……………………………………4 Conclusion…………………………………………...5 Reference…………………………………………….6 Fonterra’s Milk Scandal: The Issues surrounding it and how can Fonterra’s managed the issue? Introduction Milk is a nutritional product very good for

Brand

3479 words - 14 pages Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Cadbury and Worms In October 2003, just a month before Diwali, customers in Mumbai complained about finding worms in Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolates. Quick to respond, the Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration seized the chocolate stocks manufactured at Cadbury's Pune plant. In defense, Cadbury issued a statement that the infestation was not possible at the manufacturing stage and poor storage at the retailers was

Nutriton Across The Lifespan - Older Persons (65+)

1713 words - 7 pages protein, vitamins and minerals remain largely unchanged. The total daily kcal requirement is 1900 for women and 2330 for men. Energy requirements decline with increasing age. It is, therefore, important that older people choose a nutrient-dense diet, including foods which contain protein, vitamins and minerals such as milk and dairy products, meat, eggs, fish, bread, cereals, and fruit and vegetables. The nutritional requirements sometimes differ

Breast Vs. Bottle

1791 words - 8 pages why a mother cannot. When deciding on how she will feed her baby, a mother should know why formula is used rather than breast milk. She should know why breast milk is so much healthier, and she should be aware that there are several solutions that can solve any issues that may come up with breastfeeding. Women should know why formula is used rather than Formula Comfort and Lifestyle A woman should know why so many women never even consider

Let's Fight Bacl

1619 words - 7 pages federally funded school meal programs. As shown on Table 1 schools will provide children with increased servings of nutritious items (e.g., fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and 1% or nonfat milk) and decrease servings of foods higher in fat, sugar, and sodium. Among the requirements for school meals in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act is: Ÿ Reduction in the quantity of starchy vegetables to one cup per week. Ÿ In a ten year period decreasing

Paper On Skin

371 words - 2 pages competition celebrates Burnie's proud tradition as a papermaking town by presenting innovative contemporary wearable paper art. Burnie based artist, Pam Thorne, had for a long time harbored the idea of a competition for wearable paper art. In 2011 Pam and Burnie Arts Council approached the Burnie Regional Art Gallery with this idea. After some lively brain storming the paper on skin Betta Milk Burnie Wearable Paper Art Competition became a reality

Similar Documents

Milk Is Bad Essay

621 words - 3 pages THE TRUTH ABOUT MILK From the time you were born until now, no matter what age you are, you were brought up believing milk was good for you. It provided calcium, prevented osteoporosis, and even aided weight loss. Each doctor’s appointment I had as a child, I can remember my doctor asking me, “Have you had your glass of milk today?” Then my eyes would light up with pride and I’d say, ”Oh why sure I did doctor!” That was my answer up until I

Making Glue With Milk Curds Essay

737 words - 3 pages . Also our teacher Ma’am Jey for guiding us in the making of some of the parts of the project like when we get confused on what goes first. I also thank Kuya Albert for helping me do the messy parts. I also thank myself for the pictures taken during the making of the project. Table of Contents Introduction Welcome to the book-bound journal about making glue with milk curds. Some synthetic glues are

Marketing Plan For Milk Tea Essay

7890 words - 32 pages increased in 2004, the volume sales of carbonated soft drinks has declined due to a large proportion of consumers who are opting for the trend towards healthier alternatives in the functional drink segment (energy drinks, smoothies, milk & juice drinks, sports drinks) as well as bottled juices and water (ref.5). Companies have been actively engaged in new product developments in order to counter the growing concerns about negative health impacts

The Probability Of Milk As Homemade Glue

2251 words - 10 pages Nandito ako ngayon sa tabi ng dagat. Nakatayo, habang pinapanood kong naglalakad papalayo ang kaisa-isang taong minahal ko. Isa….. dalawa…. tatlo. Wala na siya. Ang layo na niya sakin. Lumalabo na ang paningin ko at sunod sunod na ang pagpatak ng aking mga luha. Mga luhang nagpapahiwatag sa sakit na aking dinaramdam ngayon. At sa bawat pagpatak ng luha ko’y siya ring pagbalik ng ala-ala naming dalawa. Mga ala-ala kung bakit mahal ko siya. Tanggap