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    Armed Service Veterans

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    is a summary of the professional article Titled Military Services and Men’s Health Trajectories in Later Life. This article is listed in the Journal of Gerontology Social Sciences. The primary objective behind this study was to closely analyze the variation that existed amongst armed services veterans and individuals that were never involved with the military.These associated differences were in the areas of long term patterns of health, basic living requirements, restricted life style due to physical disability or mental impairment, and a person’s perspective of their well-being. The study used:” data on 12,631 men drawn from the 1992 – 2006 waves of the Health and Retirement Study to estimate growth curve models that examine differences…

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    cohesiveness of each individual soldier believing in a common goal. Segal, Smith, Segal and Canuso (2016) assert that women’s integration is no different than the integration of African-Americans and the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT). During World War II, white soldiers who were in more contact with black soldiers were less opposed to racial integration. Likewise, the repeal of DADT was a non-issue because there was already a closed and sustained contact. In the same way, male peers…

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    Boot Camp Advantages

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    to get a job, work hard and work your way to the top. It’s fine to be settled with one of the two options, but what benefits are included when starting off? In the United States Armed Forces, one can go to college to obtain a degree and at the same time work hard to make it to the top, and the benefits start once they ship out to boot camp. Now some will use the excuse that they don’t want to die, but one has a better chance of getting in a car accident and dying than they…

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    men left the country with a literacy level so low, they were unable to compete or maneuver precisely in the new professional and mechanized military. Therefore, the military introduced a new four-month compulsory course to improve English skills, in 1918, which would educate previously illiterate and non-English speaking troops. Subsequently, by February 1919, the program successfully trained almost 25,000 service members through the work of development battalion’s initiated by the Army (Borden,…

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    have them eligible for the military. And there is data that suggests that minorities do score lower on certain tests. So either the military would have to lower their standards or see why minorities are scoring lower on military based test. The lowering of test standards could definitely be a slippery slope and have some recruits crying foul or even worse reverse discrimination. These would be issues that would have to be evaluated before trying to implement this full force for the entire…

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    The Civil War became the first war where women could serve as nurses, and World War II was the first battle where women could work as any job except combat. The Women’s Armed Services Integration Act allowed women to have a place in all of the branches of the military, meaning they could now take on some combat positions, but with many restrictions. Females could not be ranked above lieutenant colonel, they could not make up more than two percent of the military, and they could not go back into…

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    Women In Australia

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    This type of article was common. The soldiers saw us as playing at war…” However, Australian women made a great effort on auxiliary service. Most commonly, women’s roles in the armed force were clerical but they also had an ability to involve traditional men’s roles, as truck and ambulance drivers, or aircraft ground staff. As nurses in the war, they were the ones in most area where Australian troops were sent. By the end of the war, women had finished this incredible task perfectly from their…

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    philosophers and some of them, starting from St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas, had a relevant impact in shaping today’s ethics. Values such as discipline, loyalty, allegiance, subordination, obedience, and setting the example that are present in the capstone documents of the Armed Forces have been always present in the Italian military tradition. Those values have characterized the military people raising them to a higher standard within the society in consideration of their role of Armed…

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    While many women are not allowed to join their male counterparts in ground combat, they are still risking their own lives to fight for our country. Women may not be allowed to enter ground combat, but this does not prevent them from piloting armed vehicles, or driving other service men into the fight. Even though they are not directly in combat with the men, they still are risking their lives. “They fly attack helicopters, command military police companies, drive infantry soldiers into combat…

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    365). World War II forced women to be adapted to the harsh conditions of living by taking strenuous labor in order to let their men go to the battle. Particularly, Latvian women described their arduous work on farms where they had to be responsible for repairing railroad trucks or cutting wood in the forest (Eglitis & Zelče, 2013, p. 993). These women emphasized the poor conditions under which they had to work: lack of food, warm clothing and inappropriate health care. In the case of Australian…

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