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    At first glance, sexism, racism, and homophobia do not seem to be prevalent issues in the Canadian Armed Forces. However, upon delving deeper into the organization’s past and current testimonies, it is clearly the opposite. Anybody that doesn’t fit the ideal image of a military hero: white, male, straight and preferably Christian can expect harassment. For instance, members of the LGBTQ were discharged from the military because of non-accurate beliefs regarding their sexual orientation or gender choice . Racial minorities are not immune to this either, with both personnel and civilians reporting discrimination . Women too, are underrepresented in the Canadian Armed Forces (14.8%). More than a quarter of these women (27,4%) report sexual harassment during their careers . These examples of discrimination clearly contradict our Canadian values and work ethic while discouraging people from working in the army. Gary Walbourne the Canadian Armed Forces Ombudsman holds the well-being of military personnel close to heart. He defends the victims of such attacks who already sought help from people beneath the ombudsman in the hierarchy . Everyone deserves respect regardless of factors beyond their control (age, gender, sexuality, etc.) Past attacks may…

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    material 1) You need to discuss the effect of compressive force, tensile force, shear force, bending force on structural member 1) Timber: Compressive force on timber: - The effect of a compressive force on a timber is a change in structure of a material and to carry a load within its limits. Tensile force on timber: - The tensile force is the pulling force exerted on both the ends of a timber. Both the ends of a timber will undergo tension. Shear force on timber: - The shear force is the…

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    Introduction to Where I Work I am currently employed in The Canadian Armed Forces which is the unified armed force of Canada. This unified group consists of air, land and sea forces referred to as the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), Canadian Army, and Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), I am in the Canadian Army. Personnel may belong to either the Regular Force or the Reserve Force, I am a regular forces member, simply meaning I serve full time. Some reserve members may serve full time as well.…

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    Introduction The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has come a long way since she was first established in 1965. The SAF became a conscript armed force in 1967 and started off with two infantry battalions and three Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) ships (Mindef, 2017). The Republic of Singapore Airforce (RSAF) was formed in 1968 with eight aircrafts to train the pilots (Mindef, 2017). During the 1960s, the priority was to build the foundation for Singapore’s defence (Mindef, 2017). Today, as…

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    The wives of officers frequently went to stay with their spouses amid the winters, when battling as a rule did not happen. These ladies were seen as being exceptionally devoted and as building up the warriors' spirit. It was not appropriate for the ladies to be housed at the armed force camp, so lodging was discovered adjacent, regularly at the finest facilities in the zone. The wives then centered around occupying the consideration of their officer spouses from the war by arranging a "season"…

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    Tessa Brei Band-Armed Forces Salute 5th hour Due: November 3rd The Armed Forces Salute The Armed Forces Salute also known as the U.S medley that consists of 5 songs for each branch of the military. This would be the U.S Coast Guard, U.S Air Force, U.S Navy, U.S Marine Corps, and the U.S Army. Each one of these branches are extremely important for defending our country's freedom. And each one of these branches has their special and unique song. The Coasts Guards song is “Semper…

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    Women in the United States of America are affected by gender inequality the majority of their life. Though our country has made great strides to correct this injustice, still the United States has failed to direct its focus on programs and institutions that show an imbalance in gender fairness. A hot topic in recent years has been the push for gender equality in the armed forces. There is no doubt females have less opportunity than males in the military; opportunities that would allow female…

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    of the armed forces. The six branches include The US Marine Corps, The US Army, The US Navy, The US Air Force, The US Coast Guard, and The US Special Operations Command. Out of the six branches in the armed forces The US Special Operations Command sticks out the most. The US Special Operations Command, or SOCOM, consists of the elite and finest members of all other five branches of the armed forces. It is the most unrecognized and underrated armed forces branch in America, because of the secrecy…

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    Soldiers in the U.S. military can be separated into two specific categories. First are conventional armed forces that are used to fight an opposing nation’s military. Two examples would be U.S. conventional forces fighting the Iraqi Army in both the Gulf War in 1990 and the early stage of the War on Iraq in 2003. The second category is Special Operations Forces or SOF who are used to fight an unconventional enemy such as insurgencies. Some examples would be SOF battling insurgent groups in the…

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    1SG Duerr has served in the Armed Forces for over 28 years on Active Duty for the US Air Force, the US Army and the Active Guard Reserve (AGR). He became an AGR Instructor for the Kansas Army National Guard (KSARNG) in 2002 at the Regional Training Site - Maintenance (RTS-M) in Salina, Kansas. Since 2002, he served in key leadership roles like Chief Instructor, Operations NCOIC, Deputy Commadant and First Sergeant. 1SG Duerr always put mission first while serving at the RTS-M and the HQ, 235th…

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