Good Conduct Medal

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  • My Life As A Hero

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    There are many people in my life that have done great things. My mother and my father raised me in a great way to give me a great life. I will never forget the man who pulled me out of a ditch while I was stuck in a snowbank on the way to swim practice. I will never forget my counselors in Maryland that made my move back to Fargo much easier. I will never forget my teachers that made a difference in my life. I will never forget my friends who have impacted my life positively. However, these people

  • Petty Officer Sleigher Biography Summary

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    Training Center, Camp Lejeune, NC 2015-Present- IS1, Sector North Carolina, Wilmington, NC Awards and Decorations: CG Commendation Medal Armed Forces Reserve Medal AFR CG Meritorious Team Commendation Ribbon CG Meritorious Team Commendation Ribbon CG Comdt. Letter of Commendation Ribbon National Defense Service Medal CG Good Conduct Medal CG Reserve Good Conduct

  • Pierre Thibodeaux Biography

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    Occupation Medal, Expeditionary Forces Medal, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (2 OLC), Army Commendation Medal (7 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (6 OLC), Humanitarian Medal (Bronze Star), National Defense (Bronze Star), Southwest Asia Service Medal (2 Bronze Stars), Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait and Saudi Arabia), United Nations Medal (Somalia), NATO (Former Republic of Yugoslavia) Global War on Terror Service Medal, Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal W/ Campaign

  • Davis S. Willis

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    Chief Warrant Officer Four (retired) Davis S. Willis entered the Oregon Army National Guard on 10 September 1981 at the age of 17 where he assigned to the 3670th Maintenance Company as a 45B Small Arms Repairer. In 1983 Mr. Willis was promoted to SP4 he then competed and was selected as Soldier of the Year for the 6th Army (RC). Mr. Willis went on to serve with the Oregon Military Academy in 1984 as the unit Armorer, promoted to Corporal and then to Sergeant in 1985. He then moved to Troop Command

  • Business Law: Necessary Or Implied Literal Contract?

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    • Adam and Bill created an orally implied bilateral contract. Bill-the offeror-communicated the terms of his offer to Adam—that if Adam won the gold medal in a rib cook off, Bill would open the rib joint, “Adam’s Ribs” and Adam would operate it and purchase it after 3 years for $20,000 cash. That is, if the establishment produced “reasonable profits during the three years.” Consideration for Bill would be profiting from three years of owning the restaurant operated by Adam, and in return, Adam

  • Short Story : Themes In 'The Story-Teller'

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    In his story, the bachelor tells a story to 4 kids about a girl named Bertha, who was so good that the prince of her country allowed her to go to his castle. Suddenly, a wolf attacks. The wolf, ready to hunt a pig, finds Bertha. Bertha then hides in a bush, but her medals started to clink as she gets scared, the wolf hears

  • This Is Audie Murphy Essay

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    handedly keeps the enemy from advancing on his position. He spends almost an hour on top of the tank destroyer until his ammunition is exhausted. Seconds later after climbing off the tank destroyer, it explodes. For this action, Audie receives the Medal of Honor. PVT, AUS     30 Jun 42 PFC,

  • Australia Swimming History

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    registered members nationally in 1100 clubs across the country, which includes swimmers, coaches, officials, administrators and volunteers. The body oversees the management and development of the sport from the national team at the elite level, the conduct of national and international events, through to grassroots participation. The organisation's vision is to become Australia's leading sport through increased participation, continual outstanding performance and commercial excellence.The 20 km Rottnest

  • History of the U.S. Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer 1958-Present

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    Fortunately, many others mature into Marines who strive to become the leader that other Marines wish to emulate. They know what it means to be a good leader. Those Marines have the traits of a leader; they get to know their Marines; and they adhere to a sound leadership style. This paper will discuss the story of Dakota L. Meyer, who received the Medal of Honor for his actions as a Corporal of Marines during

  • Biography Of William Bonin

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    Willimantic, Windham, CT and died in San Quentin, CA. Bonin graduated from high school in 1965. He then got engaged to get married and served in the U.S Air Force as an aerial gunner. He logged over 700 hours of combat and patrol time earning a Good Conduct Medal. During Bonin time in the U.S Air Force he was serving in the Vietnam War. Bonin risked his life under fire to save an airman. He also admitted to sexually assault two soldiers at gunpoint and then was discharged from the U.S Air Force in October