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    anybody else said” (York, 1998). The movie Sergeant York was released in 1941 as a black and white film by MGM Home Videos. Directed by Howard Hawks, this film showed the life and struggles of the war hero Alvin C. York. The main character, York played by Gary Cooper, struggles with the thought of killing as World War 1 breaks out. The movie shows how Alvin came to know his wife Gracie, played by Joan Leslie; came to know Christ; and became a war hero. We also see how York comes to find friends

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    movie, Sergeant York. Sergeant York is a film about the life of Alvin York. Alvin York is one of the most decorated American soldiers of the World War 1 (Birdwell, M., Dr. (n.d.). It was released on July 2, 1941. This film was directed by Howard Hawks starring Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, and Joan Leslie. This film has been nominated for many awards and has been ranked 57th out of 100 for the most inspirational American movies (Sergeant York, n.d.). This movie is a great portrayal of Alvin York. Sergeant

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    Sergeant York was directed by Howard Hawks and it’s a biographical film about the life of Alvin York a war hero from World War I. In my personal opinion I enjoyed this movie both for it’s entertainment value as well as its aesthetic for being historical and political. Additionally it also dealt with topics of class, religion, and the role of a nation. For the duration of the film it was very pro americana, on what it means to be a real American and how to be patriotic. For instance, Alvin York is

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    Officer and Noncommissioned Officer Relationship MSG Terwan Crawley United States Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 63 SGM Johnny Williams March 29, 2013 Abstract The disparity between officers and non-commissioned officers (NCO) in the military still prevails on the social and professional levels. The major issue of the relationship between these groups of men is considered an issue of class structure which is attributed to the differences in the educational levels between them. NCOs

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    assignments that I experienced throughout my military career was working as a First Sergeant in a Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) at Fort Hood, Texas. The central mission of the Wounded Warrior Unit is to heal, recover, and rehabilitate Soldiers back into the Force or civilian communities as Veterans. Placement in this environment, or this kind of unit can be rewarding, but at the same time can be very challenging. As a First Sergeant in WTU, my responsibilities/duties included the health and welfare of Soldiers

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    Our criminal justice system has many major functionaries that all consist up of helping our society running orderly and productively. One of the groups known for the society’s protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances is known as the police force. The role and responsibility of this group is of great importance because their job handles many duties that we may not think of initially. The nature of a police officer’s work entails many tasks passed down from police

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    Synthesis Essay – General Tommy Franks MSgt Brian G. Harper Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy 9 September 2014 Instructor: MSgt Adrian L. Hall General Tommy Franks General Tommy Franks last Army post was as the Commander of the U.S. Central Command, overseeing U.S. military operations in a 25-country region, including the Middle East; however, the command that stands out to me was his first. He was a truly a transformational leader, both visionary and ethical. Visionary

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    Retired MSG John Landale Ada is the older of two sons and was born in Watertown, N.Y. on February 18, 1967. He graduated from Indian River Central High School in Philadelphia, New York in 1986. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Utica College of Syracuse University in 1991. He joined the Army in 1994 where he met his wife, Brooke, while both were attending Advance Individual Training for Intelligence Analysts at Fort Huachuca. After serving seven years in the Army and being

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    While growing up with a sister usually lives in the same home in my case I lived with my mother and my sister lived with her father. I grew up in New York City, and my sister was in Miami two separate locations. The outcome would be, I joined the military and currently attending school for Occupational Therapy Assistant and my sister became a housewife and a Nurse after her separation. How we are raised in two separate locations and one parent a piece can grow up in two different ways. How we turned

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    Good morning ladies and gentlemen of the great state of Texas. How are you doing this afternoon? First, I want to say thank you to Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton for their attendance and endorsement today. Now most of you here today are here in support of myself for Congressman, and I appreciate that, I do. I am here today to announce my selection as my Chief of Staff. Now here in this great state we have a lot of great leaders that I could have chosen from. This decision

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