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    He states that the basic branches utilized by the British Regular Army in America were the infantry, cavalry, and artillery. All these were separate battalions, unlike the Queen’s Rangers who had all three of these basic army branches in one corps. These branches made up the basics of all armies during the eighteenth century and the fact that the Queens Rangers had all three made them extremely effective from a command standpoint. This meant it was harder for commanders in regular units to…

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    Corps Of Engineers

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    Overall, I think the Corps in the Classroom campaign was a huge success. They had plenty of strengths within their campaign. For starters, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did a lot of research which consisted of both qualitative and quantitative data from the Equal Employment Opportunity report, which evaluated STEM involvement levels for that year. Not to mention their secondary research, which included reports from the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, the National…

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    The Chaplain Corps

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    Chaplain are members of the clergy connected to a private institution within the United States Armed Forces. The Chaplain Corps is very diverse with every religious affiliation incorporated with this diversified sector with this faith based community. These religious figures are responsible for the spiritual care and well-being of each military service members and their families. They provide spiritual advice, uplift morale, and counseling in the events of a tragedy; through, the promotion of…

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    Importance Of Job Corps

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    My goal and purpose for attending Job Corps is to fulfill my dream in having a high school Diploma and a career. I came to Job Corps to make something out of myself and show people I can do anything, if I put my mind, my heart and my dedication into it. I know and feel Job Corps is a place that can help me pursue my future dream of becoming a professional chief. Job Corps is a federally funded program that helps young people between the ages of 16 through 24 years old to better themselves by…

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    I first knew that drum corps was for me at the DCI East super-regional in 2012. DCI, or Drum Corps International, is marching music's major league and is essentially professional marching band. I hadn't known anything about it until that fateful day the summer before freshman year when my high school band made the hour and a half journey by school bus to J. Birney Crum Stadium in Allentown, PA to watch this classic drum corps event. I only barely remember the corps that performed or what their…

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    To myself, service to country is one the greatest feeling you could ever imagine. I know this feeling from my 4 years of service in the Marine Corps. When I got out in 2012, I went to school, got a job and joined the rest of the world. You notice a different between a civilian and someone in the military. You have a since of pride and selflessness about you that you will not find anywhere else. Since I have been out, I have worked full time in a dairy manufacturing company while going to school…

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    The Peace Corps Analysis

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    training, and military veteran programs. These programs ensure domestic tranquility. Like the Red Cross, the Peace Corps is an important organization. The role of the Peace Corps is to help Americans have a better understanding of culture. It is a federal agency (run by the government). Therefore, the Peace Corps reports to the Legislative and the Executive Branches. The Peace Corps insures domestic tranquility by making worldwide friendships. Thereby, dissuading potential threats and…

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    Drum Corps Passion

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    Drum Corps is my passion, something that I love to do, and it has changed my life. Drum corps is a less known sport/art, that has evolved and grown in the past 44 years. It has affected me differently depending on when it was. My views on some things changed since I was actively there, but I would not want to lose that time for anything. Drum corps is an activity that I feel very strongly about, as well as the group of people that form the community, joining and doing it has been one of the best…

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    Marine Corps Upheavals

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    The Marine Corps has consistently tackled the contentious topic of the expanding role of women in the armed forces. In recent years, some historic upheavals include the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and the removal of gender-restrictions on military occupational specialties. Additional amendments are in the critical implementation and testing phase - unisex uniforms, new physical fitness requirements, and changes in retention dynamics. In order to fully understand this multifaceted issue,…

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    Mercy Corps is a humanitarian aid agency whose main goal is help those struck by disaster. Mercy Corps is all over the world. They are stationed in places like South Sudan, Libya, Lebanon, Haiti, Myanmar, India, Uganda, United States, and Syria, just to name a few. (Mercy Corps website CITE) The reasons for needing aid in these countries include natural disasters and man-made disasters. Natural disasters include earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, floods, avalanches, droughts, storms…

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