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    corporation I chose is Delta Airlines. Delta Air Lines, Inc. is a major American airline, with its headquarters and largest hub at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. Delta Airlines along with its subsidiaries and regional affiliates operate over 5,400 flights daily and serve an extensive domestic and international network that includes 319 destinations in 54 countries on six continents, as of October 2016. [1] One of the five remaining legacy carriers, Delta is the sixth-oldest

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    Delta Force Narrative

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    Andrews Air Force Base was one of the biggest secrets, if not the biggest secret at the time. In the next few minutes that secret would be out. The aircraft were silent,

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    Operation Eagle Claw (a rescue mission) the mistakes made, lessons learned, and alternate outcomes. Operation Eagle Claw was essentially doomed from the beginning. President Carter hastily authorized a Joint Forces operation which inevitably failed due to lack of understanding and training between the forces. There was no single point of failure for the mission; it was across the board, from training to planning, intelligence collection, and time. Planning November 4, 1979 was the day that led to a disastrous

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    by the United States Task Force Ranger (TFR) between August 26, 1993 and October 4, 1993, in Mogadishu Somalia. Followed by how limited coordination with the United Nations and the ineffective use of intelligence assets led to a costly tactical victory with heavy casualties.

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    University at Carbondale. LTC Blaber received his commission in the US Army through the Officer Candidate School. He served as an Army Ranger and later joined the Army’s elite Delta Force in 1991. He served in Panama, Somalia, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq. LTC Blaber went on to serve as the operations officer for Delta, as well as the commander of Delta’s “B” Squadron. In his book, “The Mission, The Men, and Me” (Blaber, 2008), LTC Blaber describes his arrival at his first duty station in

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    born on August 13, 1958 in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was a Sergeant First Class that was part of the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta Unit. Most commonly known as Delta Force, they are one of the most elite special operations units in the United States military. Shughart was killed in action while defending a crashed Blackhawk helicopter alongside a fellow member of Delta Force, Gary Gordon. Shughart was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions on October 3, 1993. He was buried in Westminster

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    Black Hawk Down History

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    Black Hawk Down October 3, 1993 The elite Delta Force, supported by U.S. Army Rangers, are dropping on ropes from helicopters on a mission to capture the top lieutenants of a warlord. How exciting does this sound? Then the unexpected happens while the mission is taking place, two of the black hawk helicopters are shot down. So, what does the US do now? The movie Black Hawk Down was created based on the events of this rescue mission. Now to see if this movie is historically true, it will be

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    Ridley Scott’s film, Black Hawk Down, is a depiction of the Battle of Mogadishu, a raid integral to the United States' effort to capture Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidi.The film introduces us to an elite group of Army Rangers, Delta Force soldiers and helicopter pilots. As the film progresses the plan to capture Aidi turns into a plan of desperation and survival. The grueling and arduous battle shows us the special camaraderie of the soldiers that experience the crucible of combat together as

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    In early 1990 Somalia was going through a civil war. Their dictator Mohammed Farrah had order the closer of all food transportation that entered the country. His goal was to kill his own people by starving them to death. About 300,000 civilians had died of hunger. In response, the united States send troops to Somalia to capture Mohammed Farrah, the self-proclaimed president of Somalia. They soon found out that the best strategic was to capture Omar Salad Elmi and Abdi Hassan Awale Queybdiid, two

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    Black Hawk Down Essay

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    different camera angles, colors, tones, speeds, and music to put the audience right into the extreme battle of the fighting in Mogadishu, Somalia. The director Scott Ridley puts the audience or viewer right into the boots of the U.S Army Rangers, Army Delta Force, and other Army units which allow the viewers to understand the gravity of war that these soldiers are fighting. In the opening of the film the director uses an ethinc style of music that

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