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  • Douglas Macarthur: The Makings Of King Arthur

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    The Makings of MacArthur Throughout history, the United States military has given birth to many highly successful leaders and generals. General Douglas MacArthur has long been considered as one of these leaders. Although historians have scrutinized his failures , he has maintained a prominent reputation as an extraordinary military leader. His father, General Arthur MacArthur, famously told him, “There are times when a truly remarkable soldier must resort to unorthodox behavior, disobeying his

  • Military Generals And General Douglas Macarthur

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    In United States history, there is a long list of premiere military Generals and General Douglas MacArthur was on top. Even as professors and historians scrutinize his failures, MacArthur has not only preserved his reputation, but also maintained one. General Arthur MacArthur, Douglas’ father, famously told him, “there are times when a truly remarkable solider must resort to unorthodox behavior, disobeying his superiors to gain the greater glory” (American Caesar). Douglas took his father’s advice

  • Honor Country Speech

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    Soldiers should live “Duty, Honor, Country,” but what does that entail? The speech given in 1962 to the young cadets at Westpoint was an influential piece still referred to today. In General MacArthur’s address “Duty, Honor, Country Address at West Point,” I will identify the rhetorical devices, persuasive appeals, perspective, and tone used, as well as the impact those devices have on the meaning of this speech. First, in this speech, there are no rhetorical questions given. Although, General

  • The Legacy Of Douglass Macarthur

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    Douglass MacArthur was born in 1880 at the Little Rock Barracks in Arkansas to his father Arthur MacArthur and his Mother Mary Pinkney Hardy MacArthur. His father Arthur MacArthur was a United States Army captain. Being born in a Barracks, Douglas MacArthur said that “it was here I learned to ride and shoot even before I could read or write—indeed, almost before I could walk or talk”. Being raised there was the first of many times Douglas MacArthur would ride and shoot a gun. In the year 1893, his

  • A Great Military Leader, Douglas Macarthur

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    Douglas MacArthur A great military leader… 8/30/2009 PADM 4400 Summer 2009 John Thompson The research paper enclosed is one that focuses on a great military leader, Douglas MacArthur. This leader was a household name in the United States during World War I, World War II, the Cold War and the Korean War. His name was synonymous with “Power” and “influence,” during the 40’s. He became known for his great strategic battles that ultimately won World War II for the United States and its allies.

  • Case Study Steakside Restaurant

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    Having an increase in demand indicates that there is an opportunity to offer wide variety of dishes and combo meals. There is also threat to shortage considering that the demand increases. Thus, Steakside regularly monitors their inventory by computing their lead time, reorder point and the safety stock. In this case, they were able to sustain the need of the consumers and refrain from having shortage. Steakside restaurant have suppliers for rice, steak and meat, raw food, vegetables, drinks (such

  • Essay about Rhetorical Analysis of MacArthur’s Duty Honor Country

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    ourselves to persevere and continue to defend the country. In addressing the Sylvanus Thayer Award on May 12, 1962, at the city of West Point, New York, General Douglas MacArthur urged Americans to remember the major responsibilities we have as Americans in his speech Duty, Honor, Country. With a position of authority, MacArthur powerfully stated that America will only survive through winning wars and fulfilling our duties. His main priority was to defend the nation, respect the nation,

  • General Douglas Macarthur's Farewell Address to Congress Essay

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    Introduction General Douglas Macarthur was one of the most well known military figures in the history of the United States. He gave his farewell speech to congress on 19th April 1951 and went into retirement after 52 years of service in the United States army. He was given the chance to address his final message to the US government. This analysis carefully examines his ethics, goals, strategies, strengths and weaknesses. The speech is very famous and highly popular among the American audience.

  • Winston Churchill's 'Path To Victory'

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    rich history, relates to battle and has been used in culture. The roots of the word victory began in early 1300’s Middle English and Latin writings. In the early 1300’s, used to explain overpower an opponent, King Arthur stated “be victorie, to ouercomen his formen.” In context, King Arthur states that in order to keep anyone from becoming “king of glorie” there has to be “victorie” over the workers or formen of the other


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    Western coast of New Guinea. Planning and Preparation In the initial planning there were many debates on who would command the assault on Guadalcanal. General Douglas MacArthur was the Commander of the Southwest Pacific Forces and was originally thought of to command the assault. However the Navy expressed numerous concerns that MacArthur would possibly leave their carriers exposed and the result placed Admiral Chester Nimitz as the overall Commander. The mission was tasked to the 1st marine division