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    Megan Mackenzie’s main reasons for ending the ban on women in combat begins in paragraph 13 where she explains how a women can do the job of a man just as well, the ways they too can create bond with male soldiers, and why diversity in combat continues to be a good thing. Examples such as how trainings are designed for men go to show how women are still capable of qualifying better than some men, taking away any judgment on whether women can handle the job of a man. Another effective example is the studies mentioned on how soldier were able to build brother-sister bonds and avoid any sexual affections towards another, which proved that the effectiveness of groups/united actually increased with women in combat. Mackenzie addresses the opposing…

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    given by soldiers, the call to a cause bigger than themselves, the hard work, the loyalty, and the risk and the bond soldiers shared with each other. Unfortunately, there have been less women than men enlisting in the military; if they do work for the military, they usually become army doctors, nurses, interpreters, and so on instead of field operatives. Some say women cannot accurately shoot a gun or that they are not built for combat because of their low stamina and strength, or that they are…

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    that field everything is serious they can get hurt, but the soldiers know they can get in critical condition that causes them not to be able to do anything else they wanna do yet they still go out there and save our country so we can be free. They have to go through these horrible boot camps to get trained to go out and fight. It’s not as easy as it sounds. They can get shot and killed, they know that. Yet they still go out and fight. Without the soldiers, nobody would really have a hero because…

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    is willing to fight till his ending time of life on his land. He is showing the Germanic tribe virtues and his own driven personality of bravery. This emphasizes the importance of a true king to his people and how a king should show bravery even though he is not as well quipped like he used to be and is not as swift as he used to be in his younger years of youth. Beowulf still shows the Germanic virtue of loyalty and bravery by risking his very own life on the line just to show the prominence of…

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    The Hunger Games represents a dystopian society where there is an annual televised event where twenty-four children fight to the death until only one remains. I could only imagined being in the crowd of children on selection day where you do not know whose name could be called next, whether it be your own name to be called or a member of your friends and family it would be devastating knowing that their chance for survival is very limited. Katniss Everdeen, is the main character of The Hunger…

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    Human Rather Than a Character The first thing that comes to mind while thinking about a soldier is a man wearing clean uniform with glittering gold badges. This man is courageous, fearless; he can run through mud while it’s raining, go into dark tunnels without having any fear. From this hypothetical soldier’s face, it can be understood that he is proud of serving his country and protecting the weak. This man who would do anything to save his compatriots, fights dauntlessly in the war zone, when…

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    Military Drones

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    Drones, An Issue Of Democracy? Military drones are an amazing piece of technology that allow the U.S. to battle combatants that it would otherwise be unable to target due to hostility of the combatants and the distance of the combat zone. The military’s advancement in drone technology has increased exponentially in the last decade, and continues to seek improvements. They’ve only recently researched into problems that can arise from implementing the technology into current U.S. military…

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    The Monsters In Beowulf

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    attacks only when he nears the bottom. He is virtually helpless as she drags him to the dry, eerily lighted cave for the kill. Once on dry land, however, Beowulf is able to mount a counter-attack. Although his sword, Hrunting, loaned to him by Unferth, fails to penetrate the mother's hide, Beowulf discovers a giant magic sword in the cave and is able to kill the mother with it. The sword melts to its hilt after Beowulf uses it to decapitate the corpse of Grendel, which lies nearby. He returns to…

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    A hero is an ordinary individual who self-sacrifices themselves to do courageous things. Heroes should be treated with honor and respect. Desmond T. Doss was a hero because of his choices and actions. He was an ordinary person when he was sent to war. He told them that he would go to war without a weapon. During the war, he saved many people’s lives without anything to protect himself. A hero should follow the sequence of a hero to be a hero. A hero should have lived an ordinary life. They…

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    Beowulf: A Short Story

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    It was a dark, quiet night much like any other. I left my lair to feast on Hrothgar’s men. I was so hungry, something inside of me told me to turn back, but I couldn’t. My hunger pain had taken over. I crept up slowly and silently to the mead-hall where I spotted my prey. I had again felt this weird feeling to turn away and go home, but of course I ignored it. I picked out my victim one by one, and grabbed them off the floor swiftly and gnawed on their body limbs. As I reached for my next meal…

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