Military Power House Essay

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America has now become known as the power house of the world. We hold the best military power there is. At first it wasn’t that way. During our revolution, we were only farmers who had muskets and pitch forks. Through the help of allies we were able to beat the British and claim our victory and independence. There were many other wars that would happen before us, the U.S. would become the military power house of the world. After WWII in 1939. Then the US decided it was their job to be the police force of the world, which is the reason why the draft was started in 1940. There were many people who were unhappy about this. And when it was finally abolished in 1973, people said they would never have a draft again. People now still debate on the matter. The …show more content…
Some of those people could become part of the military force. The reason being that the practitioner in the medical field surveying the drafted persons has too many subjects to interrogate. Imagine being in facility and having to scrutinize individuals that are lined up to the street corner over one. It would be very intimidating. So, the best way to get through them all and get home for dinner, is to go through them quickly, which may mean not very thorough. Now, there might not be a problem with the physician, maybe there is no sign of an internal sickness and the illness doesn’t show up until the time of war, and they could die that way. This may not be the only cause for disease, it could be because of the amount of the cluster of people around the soldiers. Being in a small closed off camp for a long period of time, disease and sickness can spread extremely fast. Some sicknesses can become very deadly in the time of war, and we could lose many numbers by that way, and then, if that does happen, then there will be a need for more troopers to fight the war. Which means more people are drafted, and the entire process starts over

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