British Armed Forces

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  • Child Soldiers In Syria

    with military forces of countries have increased the recruitment of child soldiers. Specifically, children in the Middle East face a major threat of being recruited as child soldiers ("ISIS Increasingly Recruiting Children To Carry Out Terrorist Acts"). The organization children in the Middle East face the biggest threat from is ISIS. Currently, 60% of ISIS fighters are under the…

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  • Matilda Bullwinkel: The Nurse Who Changed My Life

    ‘Where there are men fighting, there are always nurses.” This was said by my good friend, Sister Florence Syer- God rest her soul. Anyway, hello, my name is Matilda Bullwinkel, and I used to be a nurse back in the late 1900s, World War Two. This war began on the 1st of September 1939 and ended in 1945- the same war that changed my life forever. I was 26 years old when all the Australian women (including me) volunteered and joined the only women’s service that existed at that time, the…

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  • Women In Combat

    This was until a recent ruling from Mr. Leon Panetta, Director of CIA, that newly allowed women in combat. Although women have recently been given equal rights, there is still much controversy about whether or not this is an ethical move for our armed forces. At the end of the day, women have been essential to crucial operations for years, and are expected to uphold the same physical and mental…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Military Spending

    in the budget is not necessary, military spending should not be cut or decreased,for the reason being, that in order for our nation to be protected we need qualified personnel and proper training for them because the armed forces are responsible for our national security.…

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  • The Children's Blizzard Chapter Summary

    number of different outsiders in the principal many years of the twentieth century, he went through Ellis Island, moved in with relatives who had preceded him, and went to work at the main employment he could discover. After four years, when the armed force sent him a letter requesting him to report for obligation, Antonio went to war. Despite the fact that he was still a native of Italy, Antonio battled for the United States. Some a large portion of a million different outsiders from forty-six…

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  • All Guts, No Glory By Molly Ginty Analysis

    In Molly M. Ginty’s article “All Guts, No Glory”, she explores the issue of women serving in combat and the unfair reality that females have faced in the U.S. armed forces. In my opinion I strongly believe that women should be allowed to participate in combat. Many reasons why are if she signed up for this and has all the right training for it she should be allowed to go into war and fight for our country the same way men do. Women put their life at risk the same way males do getting shipped out…

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  • Military Customs And Courtesies

    What does a powerful military consist of? Most people would answer that question by saying more men and more weapons. Those answers are correct, although one often left out aspect of a capable military are the customs and courtesies. Customs and courtesies help instill discipline in troops and are ways to show pride in what they do and respect for each other. Troops without pride, discipline, and respect for one another have no place in the military and would be valueless in daily missions. For…

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  • Importance Of Resilience In The Military Family

    Resilience can be defined as positive adaption in the face of adversity (Easterbrooks, Ginsbury, & Lerner, 2013). In order for individuals, families, or communities to be resilient it allows each unit to recover from trauma and continual stressors successful. Resilience can show in individuals and families if they are able to continue to function healthfully under extensive amounts of stressors (Farrell, Bowen, & Swick, 2014). There are many different factors that can contribute to the level of…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Military Branch

    The military branches are an all-volunteer force today. When examining which branch to join much research is involved to ensure a right fit. In that research stereotypes become a factor. Each branch has certain stereotypes, positive and negative, that seems to help or plague them when recruiting. The Air Force is the newest branch of the armed forces. With a name like the Air Force it is automatically assumed that everyone flies or at least works with airplanes. In actuality less than one…

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  • Ideal Command Brazil

    nation knows a thing or two about conducting military operations and impressive warfighting functions as a whole. Considered an initiative thriving cell, and whether the reason was to maximize potential force or to welcome a different perspective, it was the first to allow women into their armed forces in the early 1980s. (Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency. Web. 30 Apr. 2015.…

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