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  • The Church Of Columbus By Alice Lavern Riles

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    of sixty-one in 1985, to a consistent attendance of over 400 in 2013” (The Church of Columbus). The church’s motto is “Loving all to Christ”. The motto refers to the church’s ultimate goal of reaching the 290,000 souls of the Columbus, Phenix City, Fort Benning area (The Church of Columbus). A church member, Lisa Gail Stringer-Johnson described the church; “The first thing you feel when you walk through the doors is an outpouring of Love and God’s presence.” I am extremely grateful that I have such

  • The Tarrant County Courthouse : A Beautiful Structure Full Of Historical Importance

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    The Tarrant County Courthouse is a beautiful structure full of historical importance that deserves to be treasured. Tarrant County is the story of Indian battles, cattle drives, gunfights, and plantations. Railroads and high-tech assembly lines all happened here. The mission of Tarrant County Historical Commission is to “ensure that the story is saved, and savored for generations to come.” The commission meets regularly six times a year. Commissioners court, appoints two year terms. Commissioners

  • Dallas, Texas On The Trinity River

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    The city that I have chosen for my report is Dallas, Texas. Dallas is located in north central Texas on the Trinity River. I have chosen this city because I am from the north Texas area and will hopefully have a great job waiting for me in the Dallas area one day. I am also a huge Dallas sports fan, and I can’t wait until the new season starts. Many interesting things have happened in Dallas over the life of the city. Some famous TV shows were filmed in Dallas, Texas like Prison Break and Dallas

  • How Military Recruitment And Skilled People Join The Armed Forces

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    In 2014, according to the Global Terrorism Database managed by the University of Maryland, there were 16,818 terroristic incidents reported worldwide. This attributes for roughly 12% of the terrorism accounted for in this database between 1970 and 2014. Consequently, with all this global unrest, there is a need for military recruitment and skilled people to join the armed forces. Recruitment involves much consideration including choosing a branch, entrance requirements, testing, and evaluation.

  • Investigation Of A Criminal Investigator Essay

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    victims. They respond to crime scenes to detect, preserve, document, impound and collect physical evidence. 1 This report will give details about the Jeffery R. MacDonald triple murder case, which took place in officer’s quarters at U.S. Army base Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Tuesday February 17, 1970. I will explain what happened, how it happened and what investigators found. If I were investigating the case, my experience would lead me to follow the guidelines of a criminal investigator.

  • Benedict Arnold Essay

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    Benedict Arnold was born in Norwich, Connecticut. Arnold received his schooling at Canterbury. While away at school, a few of Arnold’s siblings passed away from Yellow Fever. Arnold was a troublesome kid that would try just about anything. As a 14-year-old boy, he ran away from home to fight in the French and Indian War. Later, Benedict Arnold left and returned home through the wilderness alone to work with his cousins. The army had excused him without penalty because of his young age. In 1762, when

  • A Memo to the President from a Military Base

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    This is a memo is in response the recent events at the San Onofre nuclear facility and the military’s capabilities in the region and potential responses to the problem. In the tri state area California, Nevada, Arizona. We have 29 military bases with several others in the surrounding states (Colorado, New Mexico and Oregon). This disaster is, depending on the wind, a serious threat to at least: southern California, central Arizona and northern Mexico. However we have reason to believe that this

  • Factors Of Career And Personality Assessments

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    Pathway to Elementary Education Emily is college freshman at Tarrant County College, a community college based in Fort Worth, Texas. Emily plans to attend junior college for a year and then would like to transfer to a larger university. She is struggling with the decision of choosing a major. Deciding what she wants to do for “the rest of her life” is very stressful. Her parents think she should go into the medical field because the jobs are plentiful, but she never did well in her science classes

  • Descriptive Essay About Vacation

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    husband, Mike and I decided to take our kids and our dog by canoe and kayak almost 200 miles down the mighty Makenzie River. Jennifer aged 17, Shelly 13, and Ricky 9, prepared for a week without phones, stores, or television. Our plan was to canoe from Fort Simpson to Wrigley. Wrigley was the end of the road after the Mackenzie Highway. It would be an incredible family adventure. We loaded camp equipment, a canoe, a single and a two person kayak into two vehicles. The drive was long. It was 1600 kms

  • Fort Stanwix : Fort Schuyler

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    revolutionary war is Fort Stanwix, also known as Fort Schuyler. The American force’s march to Fort Stanwix inevitably led to the battle of Oriskany. The fort itself not only served as an important military post, it also allowed for an alliance with the Oneida Indians. Fort Stanwix was built on higher ground by General John Stanwix. The Fort was looking down at the Mohawk River; it was built in 1758 between the Mohawk River and Wood Creek. The British General, John Stanwix had the fort connected by the