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  • Tri-Service Job Description

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    For 16 weeks, I attended school at Fort Sam Houston Texas where I learned my MOS as a 68 Sierra, or Preventive Medicine Specialist. We oversee the inspections set forth by the Tri- Service Food Code. This code was created by the Army, Navy, and Airforce counter-parts for general sanitation of dining Facilities, child care facilities, on post restaurants including major chain restaurants such as Burger King, Popeyes, and Pizza Hut. We also ensure the general sanitation for barber and beauty shops

  • Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome ( Hps )

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    rodents. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated, the virus is transmitted through the air that has been contaminated with the blood, saliva, urine and feces of rats. In most cases the virus is spread when humans come in contact either by home infestation, occupation, or recreation. There is not a specific age, race, gender, or nationality that this virus show in, everyone and anyone can catch this virus. According to the CDC, the Hantavirus primarily causes two main disease Hantavirus

  • Health Hazards In Peru

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    If they do begin to show symptoms it is usually a mild sickness that can last from several days to even a week. According to the CDC their research has indicated that GBS (Guillan-Barre syndrome) is associated with the Zika virus. GBS is known to be a rare disorder and it has been known to cause weakness in the muscles and paralysis that would last weeks to months. Even though this has been reported, very few people with Zika have actually gotten GBS and have recovered (some

  • Chile Essay

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    In the northern and central regions primarily the snow feeds the rivers from the Andes. The most important rivers are the Loa, Elqui, Aconcagua, Maipo, Muale, Biobío, and Imperial. The rivers are vital for the irrigation waters and hydroelectric power they furnish. Many of Chile’s major lakes, including Lake Llanquihue, are concentrated

  • Gke1 Task 1

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    Task 1-B: The most significant physical geographical factor that contributed to the development of the Ancient South American society of the Incas was the Andes Mountains. The Andes are the longest mountain range and one of the highest with its tallest peak, Mount Aconcagua in Argentina, topping out at 22,841 feet (Zimmermann, 2013). The Inca Empire had settlements that ranged from sea level, to its center of government

  • A Brief Note On Water Supply And Sanitation

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    Water supply and sanitation is a problem in developing nations as they lack the proper resources to install a water collection foundation. Bolivia can be considered a developing nation that has a water supply problem as they do not necessarily have the proper infrastructure to supply their population and they also lack a water regulation program. The village of Lupalaya is a small settlement located at approximately -16.195 degrees latitude, -68.841 degrees longitude with an estimated elevation of

  • The Republic Of The Inca Empire

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    Peru is the third largest country in South America and is about 3 times the size of California. (New World Encyclopedia) Peru has many different ethnic groups and was also the center of the Incan Empire. There are still ruins and landmarks that still stand from this ancient civilization. There are also various types of climate regions which truly makes Peru a one of a kind country. History Peru has a long history of people and groups that could possibly pre date the ancient superior compared to the

  • United States’ President Ronald Reagan once said, “Preservation of our environment is not a liberal

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    United States’ President Ronald Reagan once said, “Preservation of our environment is not a liberal of conservative challenge, it’s common sense (Ronald).” Although throughout history countless of prominent figures in society have set the issue of the well being of our planet as a top priority, the majority of the world population has come to ignore it until now, when it has directly affected their lives. Around the entire globe, droughts, floods, food shortages, poverty, and the overall deterioration

  • Exploring Chile 's Diverse And Exciting Environment

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    Explore Chile 's Diverse and Exciting Environment! Chile offers many exciting things. There are sights such as the incredible Torres del Paine National Park. Here you will find a whole world of outdoor activities and adventures available. A rich culture of the native tribes presents an intriguing history lesson to all who visit. These native tribes used to inhabit the area where the national park now sits. If you want to experience this place to the fullest, read the rest of the blog to learn

  • Art Of The Indigenous Americas

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    Art of the Indigenous Americas is among some of the Earth’s oldest artistic traditions. Art of the Indigenous Americas developed between c. 10,000 B.C.E. and 1492 C.E., which marked the beginning of the invasions by European explorers. Regions and cultures are referred to as the Indigenous Americas to signify the importance and influence of the cultural traditions of the nations and societies which first settled in these areas over those of the colonizers who took over the American continents over

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