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United States of America: Dominating the World Military Powers
Since the beginning of time, the strength of the World Leaders is directly affected by the strength of its military. It is nearly impossible for a Nation to be a world “power house” without the strength of a dominating military force. This statement holds truth when you look at the United States military and how it has shaped the balance of the United States’ influence throughout the world. Although the United States military force has constantly changed over the years; it still remains as the driving force behind the machine known as the United States. America’s military force has always been a threat, and began to emerge...
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Military veterans, from any branch of the service, often have very desirable skills that can assist them in transitioning from military life, to civilian life, and do so successfully. Military training can help prepare soldiers to thrive in various careers ranging from health care, food service, carpentry, aviation, police work and counter terrorism. In the case of Robbie Doughty, Michael Llitch was moved by Robbie’s story. Robbie’s courage, perseverance, and never say die attitude impressed Michael Llitch. These personality traits, along with the intense training programs designed to teach soldiers how to operate under a tremendous amount of physical and mental stress make them ideal...
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[ return to top ]Changing of Roles of Women in the Military
Changing of Roles of Women in the Military
Combat Exclusion Law
Should women serve in combat positions? The Combat Exclusion Law has dealt with this question since the 1940’s. As time continues, the question remains. The military has increased the percentage of females allowed to be enlisted and commissioned in the services as well as increasing the positions allotted to them (Matthews, Ender, Laurence, & Rohall, 2009). Keenan posits “women have served with distinction in … the Revolutionary War…as volunteer nurses and were only occasionally in the direct line of fire…four nurses evacuating 42 patients while the Germans bombed...
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The UAE National Service
National service is very important for the UAE security.
The UAE National Service law, and do jobs remain open?
The UAE National service law
* Women military service
* How long?
Maintaining jobs during the national service
* Jobs are reserved
* What is someone has a fixed contract?
UAE approved its National service to maintain its security.
Further clarity should be provided about fixed term contract that will expire during the national service
The UAE National Service
National service is very important for the...
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Exercise 1A: Compare Business Strategy with Military Strategy
Ranking the nine military maxims:
1= most important
9= least important
Top 9 Maxims:
9= Simplicity-prepare clear, uncomplicated plans and clear, concise orders to ensure thorough understanding
Plans are important. Strategic management relies on strategies that are first formulated, implemented and than evaluated for success. This is the most important.
8= Objective- direct every military operation towards a clearly defined, decisive, and attainable objective
After plans are formulated in a general scope, now objectives or goals are also formulated in order for it to be...
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ENGL099 – Pre-College English
Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life
My paper is on the transition from Military life to Civilian Life. The dealings and issues that a lot of the service men and women and even their families deal with on a day to day basis. In this paper, I will write about what they go through including the families of the service men as well as the dealings with PTSD and the issues of finding work after they are out of the service. Whether they are healthy or have been dismissed medically, the struggles they endure every day.
I. Topic #1
A. Military Life
1. In the military, things are structured everything is done precise and accurately....
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Discipline and standards define what it means to be an Army professional.
of Army standards and
and respect the rich heritage
the Army is founded upon
ensuring the future success of the Army
ere to and exceed the standard.
Standards and d
iscipline are the foundation of
ly, legally, and morally correct and as such instill
. It is this definitive trust in one another, in our leaders,
in the Army that
molds and strengthens our esprit de corps, sense of pride
and our Army...
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Protecting information and all assets is critical in today’s time. The military faces three major types of threats: Employees, Zero-Day Exploits, and Cyber Espionage. It is imperative, due to the information and assets on-hand, that the military mitigates these risks.
The first major threat, employees, is a very common threat to all organizations. Employees can be broken down into three types of threats which include, employees that are careless and untrained, employees that are tricked or fall prey to social engineering, and employees with malicious intentions. This will always be a potential threat because every organization requires employees to run and function. Protecting a network...
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The US Armed Forces
Is Less More, or is Bigger Better?
Learning Team C
(Nancy Anguiano, Toni Burket, Sherlen Drake, Stephen Eaton, and Martin Howard)
University of Phoenix
Business Communications 275
Jim Bingel, Instructor
Throughout all of history, civilizations have relied on the power of the strength of their militaries to overcome invasions from enemies or to expand their territories. Over time, technological advancements have allowed for the reduction of the number of people that are part of the country’s military while maintaining the power required to win battles and wars. However, technology has been a two edged sword; the more advanced a civilization became,...
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Hamdan v Rumsfeld
548 U.S. 557 (2006)
Facts: Petitioner, Salim Ahmed Hamdan, following the United States invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, was captured by militia forces and turned over to the United States. Hamdan was recognized as the bodyguard and personal driver for Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Following his capture, Hamdan was sent to Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba in 2002. On November 13, 2001, President George Bush issued a military order intended to govern the overall treatment of Non-Citizens related to the War on Terrorism. In July 2003, the Bush administration deemed Hamdan, alongside 5 other detainees, eligible to be tried in front of a military commission...
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Women at War
Women have faced multiple struggles to gain equality. When it comes to women trying to fight for our rights in the country, the struggle is even tougher. Throughout history, women being involved in the military seemed to be more of a burden than anything. Even though women can help with military readiness, social change throughout the military and get the career advancement they have been dreaming of for so long, they have had a hard time convincing others differently. Others would see women being a part of the military as a risk factor, as they are not as physically strong as men or that women are to compassionate compared to men. Even with the extra stress from maternal and...
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Honoring America's Military Heroes
Being a citizen of America is great but when I think of our military heroes that are fighting for my freedom is a whole another level. These men and women are dying every day, nothing could compare our veterans to that. This country stands unified, red white and blue with beautiful stars, that’s you. Honor our Americans Veterans whether they’re living or deceased, they’re on land, air, sea, during a war, and or setting up a democracy in any other foreign country, they need us, just as well as we need them.
America is being protected against religious and political radicals every day. How could we not appreciate waking up every morning to a free...
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Introduction to Sun Tzu's Art of War
Sun Tzu's The Art of War is the most famous work on military operations in ancient China. Being the oldest military treatise in the world, it is one of the greatest cultural legacies of the Chinese nation. Sun Tzu's The Art of War is a classic on military operations and the most influential in the world today.
Sun Tzu or Sun Zi (孙子) is traditionally believed to be the author of The Art of War. Sun has had a significant impact on Chinese and Asian history and culture, both as an author of the Art of War and as a legendary figure. Historians have questioned whether or not Sun was an authentic historical figure. Traditional accounts place him in the...
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Free Speech |
And Society |
Ariel Kincaid |
Media and American Culture
The freedoms that the United States prides itself on came at a cost, and it continues to require a sacrifice from those members of the military and their families to protect the country. A controversy regarding the freedom of speech that has been covered recently by the media is the protests that the Westboro Baptist Church performs outside of military funerals. According to Fama (2012), “The church links the deaths of service members to America’s acceptance of gays and has a webpage full of press releases highlighting the picketing schedule of military service member...
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Terry Cong Tam Tran
English Composition 3
1 March 2012
Officially Outlawed Hero
The movie directed by James Cameron, Avatar, is considered to be one of the biggest and most popular films ever. This film provides many insights about the social and cultural aspects of what heroes are imaged as in American’s 21st century society. The film heavily revolves around the different traits that are idolized in “official” and “outlaw” heroes. Avatar’s work of glamorizing the characters in the movie enables viewers identifies with the heroes and ultimately aspires to be them.
The film has long reflected common trends and contradictions in current society’s myths and...
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Informational Privacy in the United States Marine Corps (USMC)
Sgt Karen A Holliday, USMC
Trident University International
In my honest opinion the thought of informational privacy within the military is a sort of oxymoron. Although huge strides have been taken to put in place more secure methods of information storage, the military lags far behind their civilian counterparts in this department. There are many policies under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) in regards to the informational privacy protection of service members. The problem is not in the policy, it is in the enforcement and adherence to these policies.
When asked to write on this issue, there is one...
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Great Leadership Skills and Work Ethic due to Military Background.
Taking initiative to learn and move up positions, fast paced learner.
Easy to get along with, having positive attitude around employees.
Troops 2 Roughnecks Training Twenty-nine Palms, CA Certificate 2010
IADC Well Control Accreditation Certificate
Rig Pass-for Offshore and On Land Oil-Rig Operation
OSHA 10HR Safety Training
EHS Training CPR First Aid
Appleton East High School
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Cullen Bryant III
The Life of a Student Airman
As the Airman’s Creed begins, “I am an American Airman. I am a Warrior. I have answered my nation’s call.” Many students on campuses across this great nation have answered this nation’s call. Coming onto a year and a half now, I still remember the day that I signed my contract with the United States Air Force and what was running through my mind. As far as stability and structure in goes, being an Airman has changed many people in a tremendous way. It has changed many lives enough to where the majority of people that have joined have a different outlook on just about everything. The military has made...
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Korematsu v. United States
U.S. Supreme Court 1944
In 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Executive Order 9066. This order allowed the United States military to section off parts of the US as military areas. In these areas they were trying to exclude specific groups of people from them. The group they were trying to exclude were the Japanese-Americans because they were believed to be acting as spies and sending signals to enemy submarines. The order requested that many Japanese-Americans leave their homes and business. However, many were forcibly removed from their homes and placed in internment camps during...
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September 11, 2011
Steps to Joining the United States Army
The steps to joining the U.S Army from your hometown recruiter station to the Army Basic Training. The first step to joining the U.S Army is contact the recruiter of the Army. The second step is to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test. The last step to joining the U.S Army is to selecting a job in the Army. These are some of the steps to joining the U.S Army from hometown to Basic Training.
The first step of the process is to contact the Army recruiter. When you contact the recruiter he/she will ask what’s better for you to meet at him/her at the office or for...
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PFC Racheau Lipscomb
Importance of Security of Personal Belongings
Accountability without security is definitely not the right answer to a successful business or working environment, take for example; your NCO or boss leaves you in charge of a simple task of moving one piece of equipment to another location without help. While your undergoing this process you leave your previous location where it is unsafe meaning anyone has access to it. Anything could happen within that span of time that your absent from your workspace. When you finish your task and head back to your work area, you discover something missing... This is where accountability would come hand to make sure all your...
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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,...
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ENGLISH ESSAY WRITING
Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of censorship in the society.
Tuesday & Thursday group 20
30th August 2013
Title: Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of censorship in the society.
L- Benefits, Drawbacks, society
Limitation subject- Benefits and Disadvantages of Censorship…/.
What are the pros and cons of censorship for the society?
This essay will discuss the pros and cons of censorship for a society.
Disadvantage one: Resists...
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Role and Functions of Law
August 21, 2012
Role and Functions of Law
In today's business and society, we, leave by rules and regulations, laws that we are all required to follow. From children to elderly, small to large organization and society there are laws in place. Law plays an important role in business and society, it impacts various faucets of our everyday life. The term has been defined in different ways ever since it was recorded. According to Sean P. Melvin, Author of The Legal Environment of Business 2011, a generally accepted generic definition of the law is a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority, and have legal binding force....
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In this week’s readings I have learned that Henry Fielding from Westminster, England can be credited with laying the foundation for the first modern police force in 1748. The first metropolitan police force was started in New York City in 1845 because of the fear of crime and social disintegration (Inciardi, 2010 p. 148). As America moved west, most frontier towns had a sheriff who was the chief law enforcement official. The Sheriff could be recruited from the community or selected by his reputation whether good or bad. Today the Sheriff still exist and serves in a more formal and political role. The law enforcement system has grown from small organizations to many advanced units that...
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In 2008 African Command began conducting formal operations and from that time to the present much work has been done.
However, could we accomplish more lasting results that would benefit Africans by adjusting the method in which we approach the problem?
10 September 2011
Word count 1885
United States Africa Command (AFRICOM), while unique in nature and mission design, is best suited today to meet the opportunities and challenges it currently is faces with in Africa than any other time in its short four year history. AFRICOM is designed to promote United States national security objectives by working with African Nations and regional organizations in an effort to strengthen...
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Women Veterans: The Effects of Combat Deployment
Introduction to Human Services
Mrs. Jennifer Griffin
November 17, 2014
The relocation and adjustment processes occurring within persons facing involuntary deployment are most certainly filled with anxiety and uncertainly. This discussion will focus on women veterans who have served on the front lines and the affects of combat deployment. Examinations defining the trials and tribulations faced by the female military member will place attention on the psychological and psychosocial transactions that occur during military operations and the challenges women face. Expansion of this...
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BUS 518 ASSIGNMENT 1 A PEACEFUL EVACUATION- BUILDING A MULTI-PROJECT BATTALION BY LEADING UPWARD
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BUS 518 ASSIGNMENT 1 A PEACEFUL EVACUATION- BUILDING A MULTI-PROJECT BATTALION BY LEADING UPWARD
Read the case study titled “A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi-Project Battalion by Leading Upward.” before starting this assignment.
Write a 3-5 pages paper in which you:
Describe the leadership style that Lieutenant Colonel Yaron exhibited as the commander of a battalion for...
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Wal-Mart‘s motto, “Save Money. Live Better.” may not be just another catchy slogan, but perhaps a harsh reality. Wal-Mart has been dominating the economic landscape for generations and shows no sign of slowing down. As the largest private employer in the United States, the number of associates hired is staggering; the inexpensiveness of their products is legendary and their contributions to the community cannot be compared. Wal-Mart is actively engaged in improving the lives of their workers and the community at large by aggressively working to reduce hunger in the United States; supporting education through funding and scholarships, providing aid for those affected by...
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What were the major developments in the evolution of mass media during the 20th century?
In the 15th century oral traditions passed on by poets, teachers, and tribal storytellers. It was not until the alphabet and written words were developed that the era of the written culture began. This brought on he era of printing where publications of books made their way onto the market. Thus brought us the first major development was the telegraph. The gradual transformation from an industrial, print based society to one grounded in the Information Age began the development of the telegraph in the 1840’s. It made four key contributions to communication. Firstly, the telegraph along with the...
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Miss Ever’s Boys Bioethical Writing Assignment
In the movie “Miss Ever’s Boys”, the public health service decided in 1932 to conduct a study in Macon County, Alabama to examine the sequences of untreated syphilis in African-American patients by using the facilities of the Tuskegee Institute. African-American people, who lived in poverty and lacked the medical health care were told that they would be given some financial and food assistances and free examinations for “bad blood” a term used to refer to syphilis. Hundreds of African-American were involved in what was known as “The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male”. Though the study was never revealed or explained to...
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ATSS-DCD 30 OCT 12
MEMORANDUM FOR All SECTION MEMBERS
SUBJECT: Preparing for the Promotion Board
1. This memorandum is intended to provide you with information that will help you better prepare for the local promotion board.
2. You will be evaluated in seven areas:
A. Personal Appearance
B. Bearing and self-confidence
C. Oral expression and conversational skills
D. Knowledge of world affairs
E. Awareness of military programs
F. Knowledge of basic soldering
3. There are three actions that you can take that will help you be successful during your board appearance:
A. STUDYING. Obtain a copy of the memorandum for the board. The...
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Jean Genet’s life experiences in 1940’s France affected the content of his book Querelle of Brest. This is immediately evident when you glance at the main character of Querelle of Brest. The immediate comparisons are obvious, both Jean Genet and Querelle were in the French military, both Genet and Querelle are criminals, and both Genet and Querelle have a history of homosexual tendencies. These similarities are just the surface however. Genet uses the characters in Querelle of Brest to express complex ideas about his own self-image.
Before delving into these ideas however, one must first know a bit about Jean Genet’s personal history and the environment he was in. Jean Genet...
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Petty v. Metropolitan Gov't of Nashville & Davidson County
Professor Jama Rand, PhD, SP
HRM510 Business Employment Law
August 7, 2011
What was the legal issue in this case?
In Petty v. Metropolitan Gov’t of Nashville & Davidson County, the legal issue was about whether the employee had been truthful about the reasons for his discharge from service. Another issue in the case was in regards to the postponement in re-employing a returning Army reservist, which violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), although the delay was based on the employee’s alleged dishonesty (Walsh, 2010). The US...
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Research Paper: Foreign Assistance
The government needs to solve the problem of wasteful spending in regards to its use of foreign aid. While it has been a practice for the U.S. to provide foreign aid to other countries for national security purposes, wasteful spending in a time when the U.S. already runs a large deficit needs to stop. I recommend the cutting of foreign aid to foreign nations and in turn setting up an economic investment fund aimed to help countries economies specifically; this is the proper policy because humanitarian groups will always help the impoverished and spending money on foreign aid to help corrupt leaders needs to stop.
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“WE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE”
After a historic election in 2001, Thaksin was the first democratically elected prime minister of Thailand to complete a full term in office and his rule is generally agreed to have been one of the most distinctive in the country's modern history. At the time, some academics called it the most open, corruption-free election in Thai history. Thai Rak Thai won 248 parliamentary seats. Not only that, he got re-elected and back in position again in 2005, winning 374 out of 500 seats in the Parliament. The election had been recorded as the highest voter turnout in Thai history. That means that the people of Thailand approved him democratically. And it’s the...
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War culture, while not heavily discussed in media or amongst politics today, is hiding right under our noses—and thriving. War culture has evolved so rapidly and widely it has managed to have a profound effect on everyday life influencing media, pop culture and even constitutional crises due in large part to the culture of fear it creates. In recent times war has been used as a way to secure foreign oil and fulfill other political agendas that don’t necessarily benefit the majority of our nation. War, once considered a last resort, is now a go to tactic. It has become so commonplace it’s quietly become a big part of our lives that we never really notice. War culture is almost subtle, one...
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Curriculum Goals and Development
Army Linguist Screening Course
Christian R. Chenard
6 August 2010
Dr Edwin Martinez del Rio
Curriculum Goals and Development
The curriculum goal of this paper is to present the course designed to develop screenerinterviewers for the Army's Military Intelligence personnel tasked with interviewing civilian
contractors interested in applying for positions of trust with the US Government.
This powerpoint slide presentation is the product this author put together for the United States
Army. It takes us through the major steps necessary to show how two things happen. First are the
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The use of Irregular Warfare has been ongoing for years around the world. Irregular warfare is described as a violent struggle among state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over the relevant populations. I will discuss where the U.S. may apply military force in conjunction with other means of national power to stabilize the nation of Somalia. I will also discuss why it would be considered as an Irregular Warfare environment.
Somalia gained its independence from British control in 1960, where the British relinquished control and gave Somalia to the United Nations. Somalia was governed by civilians until 1969; after which the military rebellion by General...
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The Spartan country was ruled by two kings, the kings would lead the army in times of war. Even with the kings, they had five magistrates that were elected from high up families.Then they also had a council made up to create all of Sparta’s laws. This council was made up of the two kings and twenty-eight elders. The elders, all being of the age sixty or older, took the laws to an assembly made up of citizens for a vote. Although, when voting they to don’t discuss the law, nor do they alter what they had. They stated the law, and voted straight after. The only way to be qualified as a citizen of Sparta was to be a descendant of the original Doric invaders who settled and created the...
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The United States has taken a global power role due to several international events such as the Libyan intervention and the Syrian civil war. Due to the significance of the role that they have played in these international events the United States has become known as the “Policemen of the World”. The United States has shown that it can use force when required and show empathy during other times.
2 International events from the past 5 years that can be traced back to foreign policy created after the civil war.
1st event – Libyan Intervention: The U.S. was part of an international military operation called Operation Odyssey Dawn and then later was called Operation Unified...
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Honors American History
October 3, 2014
Ellis, Joseph J. Revolutionary Summer: The Birth of American Independence. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Jun 4, 2013. Pp. 1, 625
Joseph Ellis considers congress essential in order to change the fate of the Americans. He loves to tell his stories in narratives that make you feel as if you’re inside the book. He takes us back to the historic summer of 1776 where the American colonist and the English disregarded their relationships and fought to the death. Everybody presumes the American Revolution started with the shots fired in the fields. Joseph Ellis believes when congress decided that independence from...
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CIVIL AND SOCIAL USES OF DRONES.
March 21, 2016
Drones, otherwise known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or Remotely Piloted Vehicles, are pilotless aerial vehicles which can be guided either through remote control from its control base or can navigate autonomously based on a preprogrammed software. Drones are often classified into military and civilian drones. Both with individual characteristics which distinguish them. The most outright difference is their functions, whereby military drones are used in the military setting whereas civilian drones are used in less ‘violent' functions and are unarmed, unlike their military counterparts.
Eddie Codel, a digital photographer behind the...
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College of Distance Education
NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
IT’S ABOUT TIME THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IMPLEMENTED MANDATORY FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR ALL MEMBERS
Samuel W. Bettwy
Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate, U.S. Army Reserve
A paper submitted to the Faculty of the Naval War College in partial satisfaction of the requirements of the Department of Joint Military Operations.
The contents of this paper reflect my own personal views and are not necessarily endorsed by the Naval War College or the Department of the Navy.
Signature: s/ Samuel W. Bettwy
28 January 2013
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Have you ever seen the back of the 5 dollor bill?
Today, I’m going to tell you about a famous Canadian who was the first Canadian to walk in space. His name is Chris Hadfield. He is the main character of 5 dollor bill.
First of all, let me tell you a little about his origin. He was born on August 29, 1959 in Sarnia, Ontario. and he was raised on a corn farm in southern Ontario. I chose Chris Hadfield because he is one of the Canadians I respect most of all. To me he is a symbol of courage, challenge and enthusiasm.
As I explain more, you will see the reasons.
Let’s talk now about Hadfield before he became famous.
He had an astronaut dream at nine age when he saw "the Apollo 11 Moon...
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The Mongols helped bridge a connection between the east and west in numerous ways. They did not only impact Europe, but Asia as well. To add on, they did not only have positive effects, but they had negative effects as too. They set the base for Eurasian history by using commercial, political, and artistic relations among Chinese, Islamic, Russian, and European civilizations. Workers such as craftsmen and missionaries traveled across the continents. In addition, culture, technological, and culinary diffusion took place.
Originally, China was a Confucius society but then the Mongols exposed Tibetan Buddhism, which attracted several Ming and Qing dynasties and their people. Economically,...
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right down the smallest detail, to prove the country's super-power status.
The world's other declared rising super-power watched the parade closely. And India's calculations reflected this.
India has over 13.25 lakh active military personnel compared with China's 22.55 lakh troops.
China's Air Force has 9,000 aircrafts with 2000 fighter planes. The Indian Air Force has 3,000 airplanes with 790 fighter planes.
China's combat power is guaranteed through its fleet of Russian Sukohi-30 MKK and indigenously built J-10 fighters.
The Indian Air Force, on the other hand, has French built-Dassault Mirage 2000s and Russian Sukohi-30 MKI as the best aircrafts in its combat fleet....
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“The Risk Taker”
I believe if you do not take risks then you are not living. In life everything requires a decision, and those decisions will not only affect you, but the people around you as well. No decision is a small choice and in every situation or problem in your life a decision must be made and there is always a risk associated with it that follows. It is frightening to think about all of the possible undesirable consequences that would present its self, and I must admit that I have made choices in life that I stressed over because of the risks that were brought forth. None the less, regardless of the scale of chance there will always be a risk you have to take.
I believe if you...
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The Senate Committee On Foreign Relations voted on Wednesday to give President Barack Obama the power to a launch a limited military attack to punish Syria for using chemical weapons.
The vote was 10-7. It marked the first time in more than a decade — since a 2002 resolution that preceded the Iraq war — that members of Congress have voted to authorized military action.
The resolution, which could be voted on by the full Senate as early as next week, forbids Obama from using ground troops in Syria and allows the military response to last no longer than three months.
The yes votes comprised seven Democrats and three Republicans, including Sen. John McCain, who had expressed...
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The Western Front was the name applied to the fighting zone, where the British, French, Belgian and later American Armies confronted Germany military powers. The Western Front of World War I opened in 1914, with the German army invading first Belgium, then gaining military control of important industrial regions in France, according to von Schlieffen proposal, which was a breathtaking plan that would defeat both of long-term enemies such as Russia and French. It was considered that Russia would be slow to mobilize it's armies, giving time for Germany to attack France so France would need to be quickly defeated, allowing Germany to pay it's attentions to the Russian forces. The tide of the...