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  • Military Equality In The Military

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    Brandon Orwig Mrs.Seymore English 12 9 Nov 2017 Military Equality "We end up letting the institution down because we have an end product that isn’t fit, isn’t strong and can’t compete with the men — and how disappointing is that, from a national security perspective?" said retired Lt. Col. Kate Germano (Schogol). Female recruits will most likely not be ready for combat. Every soldier needs to be combat ready for an efficient and successful mission. Combat openings for women will result in them

  • Military

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    The average civilian or recruit coming into the Army often misunderstands the meaning of the words military discipline. He thinks of them as being connected with punishments or reprimands which may result from the violation of some military law or regulation. Actually, discipline should not be something new to you for you have been disciplined all of your life. You were being disciplined at home and in school when you were taught obedience to your parents and teachers, and respect for the rights

  • Military Vs. Military Robotics

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    has come pretty far in the military industry from building prosthetic arms for the injured veterans to unmanned aircraft that can do surveillance without getting caught under the radar of enemy territory. Military robotics have stretched beyond the previous potential of what it originally supposes to accomplish; the military even has robotics where little drones that are controlled by a remote can camouflage in any terrain. Even though critics and politicians claim military robotics cause more destruction

  • The Importance Of A Military Career In The Military

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    best for their children - a meaningful and rewarding career, training and preparation for the future, and fun and adventure. Today's military offers all this and more to America's young people. Be able to answer your children's questions about the U.S. armed forces and what it has to offer them. These questions provide a starting point for you to discuss a military career choice with your daughter or son. What is the likelihood that my son or daughter will see a combat situation during their Army

  • The Military : The Role Of Women In The Military

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    The role of women in military combat positions has been a long-debated issue. And with more countries like the U. S. allowing women to serve in combat positions; it has made the role of women in the military, a very controversial issue. With many people feeling that women should not be allowed to serve in military combat forces because they lack the physical abilities that men have. But in reality, women have long played an important role in the military and have even had to face enemy fire when

  • Spartans Military And The Spartan Military Vs. Roman Military

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    Spartans Military (Greece) vs. Rome Military " War. War never changes. Since the dawn of humankind, when our ancestors first discovered the killing power of rock and bone, blood has been spilled in the name of everything from god to justice to simple psychotic rage" (Howard). When you think about all the armies that have walked this earth the first two you might think of are the Spartan Warriors and the Roman Legionnaires. With both empires so vastly iconic they share a lot of ideas such as their

  • LGBT Military Rights In The Military

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    LGBT Military Rights Lately, there has been an outbreak of people of the LGBT community coming out in the military. Historically the United States has had a policy of discharging gays in the military. There has been an act called the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”, it is basically saying that as long as somebody does not ask about your gender preferences, you do not have to tell. Even though the ban has been lifted, many militaries still say they cannot accept anyone from the LGBT inside. They do not care

  • Military Police : A Military Policeman

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    available to a man or woman is a military policeman. As a military police, one is in charge of all the doings on the facility they are stationed at, as well as the little things that take place on base, such as traffic control, domestic issues, and other problems that occur. Before a civilian becomes a Military Police they must got through 3 stages of training, basic training, advanced individual training, and weapons training which takes place within . The life of a military police then forms into Basic

  • The Military And Military Intelligence

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    To understand the shift in military knowledge requirements, as an element of military intelligence, it is necessary to examine the evolution of employment of intelligence to support military operations. The shift in the use and value of knowledge in the military domain parallels the evolution of knowledge as a commodity within Western society. This issue is quantified in valuation, where in the private sector knowledge has become a key asset for the world’s major corporations. The value of knowledge

  • Military Leadership

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    Within the U.S. military, leadership is generally considered something of a given. It is a fundamental ingredient of warfare, without which the outcome of a combat operation cannot be assured. The leader is the brain, the motive power of command, upon whom subordinates rely for guidance and wisdom, and depend upon for good judgment. The leader must be determined, unflappable and charismatic; confident in delegation of authority; able to combine the various strands of command into a common thread;

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