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    budget cut of $1 billion. I have cut my budget of $200 billion to $199 billion by cutting $57 million from the military, $22 million from food and agriculture, $14 million from transportation, and lastly $7 million from energy and environment. Each one of these cuts were made strategically, with a logical reasoning behind them. Within the military budget, I have cut $57 million. A majority of this cut comes from the cancelling of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program was established to work on a high level defense plane, The F-35 Lightning. The project is expected to cost $1.5 trillion over a span of 55 years (Ehley 2). By canceling this program, the United States could cut roughly 37 million dollars from the total federal budget. I have decided to cut it because currently within the project, the airplane has faced multiple issues with its engine and also has never been used in combat. In addition, there are further alternatives to the F-35 Lightning, including other advanced planes such as the F-16 and F/A-18 (Ehley 3). Also in the military sector, my budget calls for another cut of $20 million. The plan proposed to allow this cut is bringing in…

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    Super Hornet Summary

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    The running joke about the Super Hornet is that it is a “jack of all trades, and master of none”. The truth is that the Hornet and specifically the Super Hornet has been required to replace the F-14 Tomcat, the S-3 Viking and the A-6 Intruder. That required the Super Hornet to effectively satisfy the mission sets of three aircraft. Boeing was responsible for ensuring that the airframe could handle that challenge, and succeeded in most cases. What Boeing was not contracted to solve, however, was…

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    Best Fighter Jets

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    fight in the sky. Below is the list of the world's best fighter jets, based on technology, performance, armament fit and aircraft specifications. F-22 Raptor The F-22 Raptor is the fifth-generation stealth fighter in the U. S. Air Force, using modern avionics, efficient engines, and low-observable technology. This fighter…

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    Without modernized and maintained equipment to use, Soldiers, Seaman, Marines, and Airmen will not able to perform their respective missions. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have caused a lot of wear and tear on the military’s equipment as a whole. Without the necessary funding to make the needed repairs and upkeep of these vital pieces of equipment, the military will not be fully ready to fulfill their missions. A perfect example of this is the 276 F/A-18 Hornet strike fighters in the Marine…

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    Canada Cultural Analysis

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    statement is essentially the defense and safeguard of the airspace surrounding North America. They will also use and collaborate with all available military and law enforcement agencies. NORAD is broken down into three regions; the Alaskan NORAD Region (ANR), the Canadian NORAD Region (CANR), and the Continental United States NORAD Region (CONR). Both the United States and Canada provide National Guard and active duty forces, located at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, that detect, validate,…

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    So, a major challenge that Boeing and stakeholders will have to face is a possible clash of Boeing’s value of working as one Boeing. Because of the military participation in Embraer, a centralizing all Embraer’s activity will not be possible with Boeing; and political pressure can render part of the relationship at stake a good example would be when the US National Security Agency had spied on the Brazilian president in the past which halted completely the deal between the two companies to build…

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    Influence People REVISED EDITION Dale Carnegie Editorial Consultant: Dorothy Carnegie Editorial Assistance: Arthur R. Pell, Ph.D. SIMON AND SCHUSTER NEW YORK Copyright 1936 by Dale Carnegie, copyright renewed © 1964 by Donna Dale Carnegie and Dorothy Carnegie Revised Edition copyright © 1981 by Donna Dale Carnegie and Dorothy Carnegie All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form Published by Simon and Schuster A Division of Gulf & Western Corporation…

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