The U.S Military is very one of the biggest and strongest branches ever in the US Especially The US Army Branch is why I chose this specific branch,It was started in June 14,1775.But as becoming a Soldier you would have to be a strong minded individual entering this stage is just pretty much something really big to take into ,You can make this out of a life long career into this with plenty of opportunities in life as being a Soldier,There are two options when your are signing your contract you can either go Active Duty or Reserves,when you are choosing your job while being evaluated for your jobs there are so many jobs you can choose from or help being it chosen for.
Buffalo Soldiers were made up of former slaves, freemen and black Civil War Soldiers. Buffalo Soldiers got their names from the Indians because of the way they looked. Their short curly hair and their dark faces reminded Indians of buffalo. Another reason they were called Buffalo Soldiers is because of their fierce way of fighting reminded the Indians of the way the buffalo fought. The last reason they were called the Buffalo Soldiers was because they often wore thick coats made of buffalo hide in the cold of winter. In 1867 there were four black regiments: the 9th and 10th Cavalry units and the 24th and 25th Infantry units called the Buffalo Soldiers. The first black regiment to get the name of “Buffalo Soldiers” was the 10th cavalry.
November 10, 1775, Tun Tavern Philadelphia, PA. This was the original birthplace of the strongest branch of military on earth, the Marines. The Marines have been the backbone of the military and of America since for hundreds of years. I believe the Marines have been around in other forms under different names since roman times. The Marines
In American history, there are always well-known hero figures such as George Washington, Samuel Adams, and Ulysses S. Grant. However, there are other incredible people who altered the structure of the country as well. Brave African-American men fought for the freedoms and safety of the citizens, even though they themselves did not receive these benefits. The troops of these men were later recognized as the Buffalo soldiers.
Tormented by the dry Texas sun, and the poor soil, the plant life in Eagle Pass High school has no chance. Everywhere you look there is dead grass and dead trees. However, in the middle of a field filled with the dead behemoths of trees, there stood a small struggling sapling.
The Marine corps officially made in 1775 november 10th after the efforts to join the revolutionary war by recruiting men in tun tavern congress saw their efforts and help with approving them to join and officially named them the united states marines. From then on the marines “have fought in every clime in place where we can take a gun.” that quote from the marine hymn made in --------. In 1805 Lt Presley O’Bannon lead the march to the battle of tripoli, witch put a big perspective on to the overall branch and reputation of the newly formed marines the battle of tripoli helped a big score as well as the whole united states in a group. In 1775-1807 the dress blues was a huge transformation on a whole first a green jacket then a blue with
Located in the Panhandle of Nebraska is a national park call the Wildcats that is not well known. It isn’t a piece of land that many would think they would find in Nebraska. Its filled with pine trees as well as your normal grasses you’d find in Nebraska’s prairie lands. The Wildcat Hills is a beautiful escarpment that isn't very well known, is an extremely peaceful atmosphere, and is a wonderful place to escape the city to for a few days.
You probably don’t know this about me, but I used to be an eagle scout. And in order to be an eagle scout, you have to do things like go camping. And over the summer, my troop would like to travel about six hours north of Milwaukee to a place called Camp Lefeber, where we would camp in the wilderness for several days. About ten to twenty other scout troops from around Wisconsin would meet us there, and there were no cabins at the camp grounds. Instead, we slept in tents. My first year at camp, my friend, Matthew, and I had just the minimum age requirement to go: twelve years old. And, being the good friends that we are, we decided to share a tent for the time we were at camp. It’s not weird. We were in the wilderness. We shared for survival.
I am proud to be an Eagle Scout. Since first grade, when I joined Cub Scouts, I have participated in and enjoyed the Scouting program, and I cannot imagine what my life would have been like without it. Though not all of my friends continued through scouting (in fact I am the only member of my Cub scout den who continued through Scouts), I have continuously made new friends and relationships through the scouting program. Scouting has been a defining part of my life, and my life would be drastically different without the Scouting program.
Camp Ozark and its partner youth group, Ozone helped me in high school to develop my relationship with The Lord and my purpose to serve Him. The leaders and counselors that I knew encouraged me and guided me as I got to know Jesus. They are one of my biggest influences in wanting to do ministry in college and after. My relationship with my dad was something that hindered my self-perception and my relationship with Jesus. We had a tough relationship, as he fought a lot with my mom and also dealt with depression. I had a hard time understanding God as a perfect father, but over time I have come to learn what it means to have a perfect Heavenly Father, one that loves me unconditionally and rejoices in me. I have always had high expectations for
When the Buffalo Soldier had a war with the Indians.The Indians gave them the name "Buffalo Soldiers" because they looked like the Buffaloes. Their short curly hair and their dark faces. They also thought that they had the animal's spirits. A law was made were it gave permission for them to Calvary.
Ranger School is one of the most difficult training camps to get into combat. Students there have to live off very little sleep, and complete a variety of difficult tasks. There have always been women interested in getting put into combat, but at Ranger School, only two have made it far. 75% of people who make it as far as those two girls did, graduate from training. The two woman didn’t “get off easy.” Everything that they did, was exactly the same as how the men did it. At the beginning of Range School, there were 19 girls. Majority of them left when they didn’t successfully complete the early tasks. There are many people that agree and are happy that these women made it as far as they have, but there are still some who
Personal interests are what make me happy and want to grow as a person. Some of my interests include chemistry, physics, math, technology, and people. I enjoy chemistry because it brings material information into a form that can show what can react. It allows for creation of new materials that can be assessed for usability. Physics is another one of my interests because it shows how real-life problems can be solved and optimized using math. Math is an interest of mine because it can solve almost anything. There are many forms of math that get used in areas of science all the time. I am a technology lover because it makes tasks easier, and it also allows for so many improvements in
In the kerfuffle over presidential candidate Ben Carson’s claim that he was admitted to West Point, the news media have pointed out that the “full scholarship” part of his story adds even more confusion because, as the New York Times story today put it, “Technically, West Point does not offer scholarships. It is free.”