Young people in some countries are forced to serve two years in the military in some countries. I believe that we should not have a similar policy because some people want to do something else other than being in the military, we would have too many people in the military, and it would cost a lot of money. It is not fair to force people in the military. They can respect their countries in other ways. There are a lot of reasons why young people in the United States should not have to serve in the military for two years.
When people think about the military, they first go to thinking about the men and women that fight for our freedom or they think about the husband and wives that they are leaving, or they think about big trucks and guns. Rarely do people think about the kids that get caught up in this world. They do not get to choose to live in the world like their parents, these kids just get born into it and there is no way out. People look at these kids and feel bad for them, but they should not feel bad for them. The kids growing up in this world are able to travel, learn a new language and they get opportunities that normal kids would not be able to dream of. Even though they have great opportunities, military kids face challenges that most adults have never had to experience. Growing up in the military world has its pros and its cons.
There has been a huge conflict worldwide about child soldiers that should they be given amnesty or not .Approximately 300,000 children are in used for combat and carry armed weapons. They are being used mostly because they're the “Perfect Weapon” to the commanders.This means that children don't react of their action they take and do know what are doing most of the time.Personally,I think that children should be given amnesty because there are not morally responsible for their actions.
Children of military families have endured a lot in support of their parent’s military careers. Many of these children have developed the preverbal thick skin. Others unfortunately have developed problems and issues as they grew up in the military family environment. The strengths and weaknesses of these children are often a source of tension for the military family, and something all that support our active duty service members and veterans needs to be aware of. (Hall, 2008)
Being a military brat is a culture in itself- a bizarre, complicated culture- but it is one. Growing up, I did not exactly have stability, but I always had stories to tell. My mother is an active duty air force doctor and one of the main requirements is being prepared to move your family every two to three years. The frequent moves that peppered my childhood truly shaped my personality- I adopted the traits that a child needs to survive that kind of lifestyle. I learned to be incredibly adaptable and flexible, as well as open to diverse cultures and ways of life that I encountered both while in other countries, and while on base, interacting with children with the same military background but also totally different experiences to mine. Of course,
America spends over 650 billion dollars a year on having the most technologically advanced military in the world. Much of this money comes straight from U.S. taxpayer dollars. But there is one major problem in our military; the number of troops enlisting is dropping from previous years. With terrorist groups like ISIS, this is a bad time for numbers of soldiers to drop. The country needs more soldiers to keep freedom, and remain the powerhouse of the world. Without troops, our country might not be what it should be.
Military families move an average of every two to three years, which means approximately 500,000 military children change schools every year. ( website 4). Some changes in moving to different duty stations for children are; a change in housing, friends, schedules and routines, teachers and schools, and activities. That is a lot of change these children have to go through every two to three years. All of this change is caused to have mental health problems compared to children who don’t ever have to move(website 4). Moving around can cause children to have depression and anxiety. Military children can feel anxiety over new schools and whether they'll make friends, in addition to their grief at being separated from old friends.(website 5). The
Military children are in a league of their own, and at very young ages are thrown into situations of great stress. Approximately 1.2 million children live in the U.S. Military families (Kelly. 2003) and at least 700,000 of them have had at least one parent deployed (Johnson et al. 2007). Every child handles a deployment differently, some may regress in potty training, and others may become extremely aggressive. Many different things can happen, in most cases when a parent deploys and the child becomes difficult to handle, it can cause a massive amount of stress on the parent that is not deployed as well as added stress on the parent who is deployed. There are three stages of a deployment, pre-deployment, deployment, and reintegration,
Military families live all across the United States and more than likely you know at least one or you, yourself, are actually a military family. In the excerpt from “Military Children and Families” by Nansook Park, Park argues that greater attention needs to be established by psychologists towards military families in order to implement more effective programs to help support military families. To support her argument, Nansook Park uses an effective amount of pathos and logos, citing credible psychological studies and along with pathos and logos, she uses ethos as well.
For employees of the U.S Military including the air force, army, navy, marine and coastal guards, one can get tax advice and help from the free tax services provided by the Armed Forces Tax Council. These services are provided at different levels. If you are in the military or you are a veteran, you can find out more about these free services by enquiring from your local administrative office. Below is the structure of this free military tax service:
Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Hideki Tojo. What did all of these leaders of armies have in common; the use of child soldiers. For 1000’s of years children have been used as soldiers during war. They are usually used against their will to fight, work, cook, tend to wounded soldiers, and much more. Although some willingly join as a way to earn money or find a better life, many are forced into it. Now that the use of child soldiers is becoming more widespread than ever, many are debating on whether or not they deserve amnesty. After reading multiple articles and research, I think child soldiers should be given amnesty unless they kill.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you were a soldier? What about a child soldier? Well, the answer is it’s not good (to be a child soldier). This is because they’re being put through so many bad, scary, tough, times. You probably wouldn’t even believe half of the things that you’re about to learn about for what they’re put through, but it’s true.
Children in military conflict are affected in various ways: they are in trauma, they are disabled physically and mentally or they are injured badly, and killed or tortured to an extent. Nations like Burma/Myanmar and ISIS(which is known as a nation) use child soldiers. Burma has the largest amount of child soldiers. Also, they do not have any human rights records.
The military is an intangible. It requires someone to invest their lives into something that they cannot necessarily own. The recruiter must make the intangible valuable with the goals of the recruit in mind. They don’t use gimmicks or beg them to join, but they do inform the recruit about the benefits of serving and what is in it for them. Recruiters for the military attempt to avoid deception when recruiting, because it can sometimes weaken the force with more delusional soldiers. The best way to recruit is not to trick them, but to use harsh reality. The recruiter knows that they are selling a long term commitment that also has some restrictions, but being completely honest would get them compliance. They first start out by telling