Army National Guard

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  • Personal Narrative: The Day I Would Be Called To Arms

    It all started as a typically cool mid-winter day. *******Insert more details here about this day – touch, taste, smell, hearing, sight******* Little did I know that by the end of this day, my life would be drastically changed forever. This was going to be the day I would be Called to Arms. I enlisted in the Florida Army National Guard in October of ’97 as a Fire Support Specialist. This job mostly entailed being on the front lines with the Infantry, calling in fire support and suppression of enemies that we were able to get eyes on; however, we focused much of our training on riot control and other issues that may arise within the State of Florida. I hadn’t given an ounce of thought to actually being called up for active duty. My unit,…

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  • Watershed Event Essay

    A watershed event is defined by the Oxford dictionary as an event or period marking a turning point in a course of action or state of affairs. One such watershed event that affected me professionally as well as personally was being selected to serve as an officer in the Air National Guard. After eleven years of serving as an enlisted member of both Active Duty Air Force and the Georgia Air National Guard (GANG), I applied and was selected for a commission as an officer in the GANG. At the time…

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  • Fazbear's Pizzeri A Narrative Fiction

    that nobody else sees..” Freddy stood by the guards doorway smirking “Open up.. you wont last forever..” he chanted laughing slightly. He heard a small whimper from the backstage area and blinked in confusion. He walked to the backstage area and opened the door slowly “Chica..? Bonnie..?” he asked looking in. He saw a small girl huddled up in the corner, she was covered in some blood and wearing a black jacket and small purple dress. Freddy’s eyes widened as he remembered the small girl from…

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  • Informative Essay On School Rules

    usually went out to eat when they visited their families our they stayed at home and watched movies and eat popcorn. They had stopped at a gas station and they got all kinds of fans crowd around them so they had to be escorted to their car from a security guard. They said thank you to the security guard because he was so nice to them. The next stop was back to there old school to see what the principle believed and if he did . The group walked into the school and as they walked into the…

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  • Virginia Militia Case Study

    have a militia. The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration’s official website details the establishment of a militia in Article 1 Section 13 of Virginia’s Bill of Rights, located within the Virginia Constitution: That a well-regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the proper; that standing armies, in time of peace, should be avoided as dangerous to liberty; and that in all cases the military should be under strict subordination to, and governed by,…

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  • Disadvantages Of Joint Force

    Readiness continues to be priority after two long wars and is required to maintain an agile ground force able to react to Russian aggression or quickly shifting adversaries in the homeland. A ready force provides flexibility to conduct major combat operations after reductions in end strength among active, national guard, and reserve forces. A globally-engaged, modern, trained, and ready Army will need to be capable of conducting a wide spectrum of operations. Globally integrated operations both…

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  • Lap Pool Narrative

    floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the pool show that we are down a guard, and it is only moderately…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Was Put To Jail

    I planned my escape carefully. 3 months of studying the patterns, exits, and the patrollers. Every day I wake up and plan, so far I know each guard switches out every 4 hours, and there's a small opening for about 5 minutes every time a guard is switched. I planned to sneak when a guard is switching and to plant the charges near the main heater. My friend Johnny will be waiting for a phone call telling him to ignite the charges and get me out of here. I asked the guard if I could use my one…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Summer Job

    Each day had its own new challenges it liked to throw at me. From irresponsible adults who try to drop their kids off at the pool and leave to kids who couldn’t swim and jump into the deep end, to even families who lacked at least one family member could speak English. My pool was a single guard pool with approximately two guards. Two guards to switch on and off all summer. With that being said, my biggest challenge there was giving up my entire summer for this place and working at the least…

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  • Personal Narrative: Why I Go Back To My Cell

    We all were assigned a task, Bram was the one too find police uniforms for everyone, she worked laundry, it shouldn't be too hard. Dara was the one to find the cell key, she had a guard who really like her. Sidney was the one to find a way for us to get out, she used to be an engineer. That was the easy part, figuring out the plan, but to complete it, was gonna take brains over brawn. 10 days past by and almost everything was complete. The last thing was too put it into action. This is going to…

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