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    The Spartan army was arguably the most notorious military force in Ancient times, this is because of their great success in warfare and their renowned skill in fighting and this reputation has resulted in them being notoriously respected in Ancient times. This has been highlighted in modern-day media with the film: “300” when the movie was released in 2006. The Spartan’s in theory were the world’s first super soldiers, entirely devoted to combat training with a full-time job as a warrior, they were

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    The socialization process for the Army usually occurs when soldiers are sent off to basic training for weeks to be broken down as human beings and then rebuilt the way the Army wants them. In the same way as sociologists view socialization, the purpose of Basic or a Cadet Leader's Course is for the members to develop a sense of their self as a soldier and learn the ways of the society in which they will be serving. The socialization process is different for cadets who are in college. They are not

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    Army Vs. Military Army

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    Another change occurred, in that armies changed from being mercenary based to kingdoms establishing their own standing armies. As a result, professional soldiers emerged which only continued to elevate the common soldier’s status in society. This occurred for a few reasons. Before arquebuses, a state maintaining a standing army was incredibly dangerous and expensive to handle. A standing army under a commander was mechanically difficult to manage while standing bowmen, as stated before, required

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    The Army: The Roman Army

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    The army was a big part of the development of Roman society. The citizen’s lives during the Republican period were all focused around the military. Wars for expansion continued from the Republican period to the Imperial period. The military was mainly concerned with defending their boarders from other Empires. The Roman armies were entirely composed of property owners and accompanied by allies. Men were usually called into service for a certain campaign. Since wars would occur often, men would be

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    Army Weapons

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    has changed and evolved over the centuries form the first formally organized armies of the Roman Imperial Legions to the Armored Assault Divisions of the United States Army. During each decade and major military conflict the ideas, tactics and organization of these military units have grown to become more deadly and effective. It is the focus of this essay to review one element of the military core, the back bone of any army and the main stay fighting force of any armed conflict by land, the infantry

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    Army Simulators

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    Use in the Army The Army uses these be ours for multiple reasons one being health. PTSD patients use this device to imitate real life surroundings and put them in similar situations from which they would face on the battlefield. “ giving soldiers a chance to rehearse the basics over and over on base before they head out to a field exercise. The Army’s temptation, however, is to use simulators to replace live training.”(Freedberg, 2013). There are different mounts for these training and have evolved

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    The Ghost Army

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    should be allowed to forget it.” The men he is referring to were part of a tactical unit called the Ghost Army. They all could have died if even one thing went wrong. The Ghost Army was part of the 23rd Headquarters Special troops. This organization was top secret until 1996. These men and missions are still spoken of and remembered to this very day (“23rd Headquarters Special troops”). The Ghost Army spent a long time making a plan that would lead the Allied troops to victory. They mapped out everything

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    The Army Of The Potomac

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    positive that any forces from the Army of the Potomac would make its way down the I-70. Within the last twenty-four hours BG Lane was notified that elements of the 82nd Airborne were making its way north-east to support him and his Marines. The 82nd would take an alternate route circumnavigating Baltimore and coming up south of the Marines current position. Once the 82nd was five to ten miles from the Marines they would halt, dig in and wait for further orders. If the Army of the Potomac decided to

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    Army Profession

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    Is the Army a profession? Some people might think Soldiering is not a profession, due to the fact some Soldiers don’t have a College degrees. Only 7,358 Soldiers In fiscal year 2012 obtained degrees from Associates to Masters (Support Army Recruiting, 2013). Are you considered a professional if you are not college educated? It is important to follow regulations and standards the Army has created. Culture can change in an organization depending on the way the individuals carry themselves.

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    Women in the Army

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    Women Army Women total up till about 14% of the 1.4 million military personnel in the United States army. (Gabbatt, 2013) The statistics in pentagon state that about 144 military women have been killed and around 865 women have been injured in combat and noncombat incidents in Afghanistan and in Iraq. (Parrish ,2012) As of 2012, there were about 20,000 women deployed in Afghanistan and this number is even likely to increase. Women have become an integral part of the army service in Afghanistan and

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