United States Army

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  • Army And The United States Army

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    other army in the world that uses their non commissioned officers like they are used in the United States army, putting more responsibilities on the non commissioned officers than any other officer. Establishing non commissioned officers in charge

  • Regulations For The Army Of The United States

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    Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States “The Blue Book” Barron Friedrich Wilhelm Steuben wrote the regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States in the winter of 1778. The Continental Army spent that winter at Valley Forge under the command of General George Washington. The army was a group of raw untrained farmers and to this point in the war had perfected only one military maneuver

  • Soldiers At The United States Army

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    Soldiers’ Preparation in the U.S. Army Similarly, United States Army has extreme concern with the specific preparation of Soldiers. Therefore, it has developed a program called Physical Readiness Training (PRT). The program’s goal is to train Soldiers to be ready to work in hard duties and sustain activity in assignments or in combat roles (FM 7-22, 2012). The PRT has a high concern with Soldiers health, presenting preparation, recovery, strength and mobility, posture and body mechanics activities

  • United States Army and Respect

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    Respect RESPECT HAS BEEN a distinctive US Army value since 1778 when Frederick William Baron von Steuben noted that a US officer.s first objective should be to treat his men .with every possible kindness and humanity..1 So it was not surprising when the US Army identified respect as oneof its seven values. In 1998 respect language gave the Army a powerful way to organize ongoing discussions about discrimination and harassment.2 The previous year.s headlines had been filled with allegations of

  • The United States Army Air Service

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    The United States Army began its aviation heritage in the mid 1920’s as the United States Army Air Service later turning into the United States Army Air Force. It was the aviation fighting force for the Army until 1947 when the United States Air Force was created and the Army was no longer legally allowed to conduct missions in the same manner as it did in World War II (WWII). It was in WWII that the Army saw the potential of Vertical Lift, however it was too late to make any effect on the war

  • The United States Army Quartermaster Corps

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    The United States Army Quartermaster Corps is the oldest Logistics branch of the United States dating back to 1775. The other Logistics branches being the Transportation Corps, and Ordinance Corps. In 1775 the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution providing a Quartermaster General of the grand army and a deputy under him. At this time and until 1912 this organization was referred to as the Quartermaster Departments. In 1912 Congress consolidated Subsistence, Pay, and Quartermaster departments

  • The United States Army Aviation Operations

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    Although Army Aviation has endured a multitude of challenging moments throughout history, none have compared to those faced in the land that has historically dared and tried many great nations such as the Macedonian Army around 330 B.C. and the Russian Army in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Because of this, this paper will be an informative look at the challenges the United States Army Aviation Operations faced during Operation Enduring freedom in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2014. Included in the research,

  • Transformation Of The United States Army Essay

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    Transformation: Army Joining the United States Army was the most profound decision of my lifetime. Experiencing life, the world, and combat through the mind and eyes of a soldier has influenced me in ways that I had never conceived. These transformations, before, during, and after my military service have ultimately shaped me into the man I am today. I do believe that if I had chosen not to join the Army, today I would be a totally different person with completely different views and opinions. Joining

  • The United State Army Community

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    1 [Shortened Title up to 50 Characters] 8 The United State Army Community Kwok Li Peoples & Cultures The United State Army Community The United States army started in 1775 with only a group of volunteer fighters who opposed against the rule and the oppression of the British. (Hogan 2005) The U.S army is still an all-volunteer fighting force today defending and defeating enemy threats to the United States. Since the creation of the U.S army it has built on tradition and honor for its country and willing

  • The American Of The United States Army

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    As for the US Army, they had been given orders by which they had to abide which lacked defined rules of engagement. This meant that they had to complete the mission, and their superiors did not necessarily care if the natives were pleased or harmed with the outcomes. As far as they were concerned, there was land that had not been claimed legally and they wanted it. This was a huge change for the natives from when they had met Lewis and Clark on their journey exploring the Louisiana Territory decades