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  • Should The Army Replace The M4 Assault Rifle?

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    Should The Army Replace The M4 Assault Rifle? According to South (2017), the Army is replacing the M4 with a new rifle with a bigger bullet by 2020. This essay will start out with giving a brief history of the topic and discuss about the issue of the Army M4. Pro and cons on how to replace the weapons system would affect soldier maneuverability and combat effectiveness. There have been many upgrades and negative complaints from the soldiers down range in regards to the M16/M4 since it’s been used

  • Pros And Cons Of M4

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    According to South (2017), the Army is replacing the M4 with a new rifle with a bigger bullet by 2020. This essay will start out with giving a brief history of the topic and discuss about the issue of the Army M4. Pro and cons on how to replace the weapons system would affect soldier maneuverability and combat effectiveness. There have been many upgrades and negative complaints from the soldiers down range in regards to the M16/M4 since it’s been used within the Army. Within the past 20 years,

  • The Pros And Cons Of Ar 15 Scopes

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    The Top 5 AR 15 Scopes Precision is the name of the game when it comes to shooting, and having the best scope makes all the difference. Your shooting experience can be improved, as well as your targeting, if you have the best AR 15 scope suited to you and your gear. The AR 15 rifles come in either semi-automatic or selective fire, and are fed with magazines, air-cool, and have intermediate cartridges. Typically, AR 15 rifles are lightweight and require a scope that is a compact size for an improved

  • The United Nations Essay

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    broadened its horizons with auxiliary organizations from peace keeping missions to humanitarian aid, to economic development. However, in a modern example of ethnic cleansing, the UN faces new a new role as a bystander as its power is bypassed by NATO forces. The UN, however, promises to be an

  • American Foreign Policy 1945-2005 Essay

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    strengthened our NATO alliance as well as our role as a leader in Europe. We helped create a fair and just cease-fire and then continued to support Bosnia as the new agreement was implemented. Through our successful Dayton Agreement, Bosnia and Herzegovina finally came out of a four-year war and gained democracy and human rights. We have been trying for decades to plant the seeds of democracy all over the world, and in Bosnia, the U.S. did this successfully. We worked together with the UN and our NATO allies

  • History of NATO and Policy Recommendations Towards NATO Essay

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    History of NATO and Policy Recommendations Towards NATO In this paper I will first explain the history of NATO and the United States policy towards it. I will then give three reasonable policy recommendations for the United States towards NATO. This is important because NATO is an organization with a very brief history but it has molded Europe and other countries and has made a safe-haven from war for the past five decades. NATO was spawn out of the Western countries of Europe fearing the expansion

  • Comparing The United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

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    prosperity, and they work hard to accomplish their goals.      The UN and NATO are similar in the way they are organized. They are each structured into several groups. They both have councils, a Secretary General, and Secretariat. The UN is made up of six organs. They are the council, Secretariat, and International Court of Justice. NATO is made up of the Defense Planning Committee, Nuclear Atlantic Cooperation Council. UN and NATO were both formed after major crises in the world. UN was being formed

  • Finland and Sweden on NATO Essay

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    security involvement is relatively stable when compared with the Balkans and South Caucasus. This will make them not to see joining NATO as an urgent strategy. When the NATO established Partnership for Peace, İnan, and Yusuf (1999) states that the nations that had been

  • Technology, Serbians, and Albanians in Power over People by Daniel R, Headrick

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    human rights to people who are deprived of it due to their different ethnicity, but we cannot simply conclude that the Serbians were the aggressors and Albanians were the victims. Similarly, on the one hand, the superior technology acquired by the NATO and the US demonstrated that technology means power to achieve what they want. On the other hand, the technology that people developed can bring disaster to people by increasing the death rate during the war and

  • The Western Civilization

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    nature and often consider that the military is an inescapable means to resolve international issues. This bias contributes to explaining the surprising proposition that neither the European Union nor NATO seems willing to acknowledge that it develops a grand strategy. One can advance that the EU and NATO do so because they project their biases onto other actors and, therefore, fear that opponents as well as partners might interpret such acknowledgment as a move towards power politics. This bias deserves

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