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    the British forces were in good condition and by 30 June occupied the undefended Fort Crown Point. As he had planned, General Burgoyne acquired approximately 500 indians en route to provide scouting and intelligence functions within his expedition. On 2 July, his army began efforts to overtake Fort Ticonderoga, held by a small garrison under the command of General Arthur St. Clair. He was ordered by General Philip Schuyler to hold as long as possible, but the British quickly took the advantage and by 6 July General St. Clair had ordered a complete withdrawal. General Burgoyne’s troops pursued the retreating army, and several small battles ensued over the following days, including the Battle of Hubbardton and Battle of Fort Anne. When it was all finished, the British had received around 200 casualties. After leaving contingent forces at Fort Crown Point and Fort Ticonderoga, General Burgoyne’s army continued moving towards its destination, arriving at Skenesboro on 24 July. Here he acquired an additional 500 indians. They had proven invaluable in not only scouting ahead of the main…

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    in full vigor. The British having overpowering number, and a dominant arsenal were easily defeating the newly formed Continental Army. A freshly appointed General George Washington knew that in order to push back the British he would have to take back one of the strongest positions and a main supply route. How did a newly formed Continental Army that was outnumbered, with limited supplies and weaponry, defeat the most powerful military force in the world at the time? Fort Ticonderoga was once…

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    Howe, General Henry Clinton, and General John Burgoyne. While the American generals consisted of General Benedict Arnold, Commander-in-Chief George Washington, General Charles Lee, and General Henry Knox. The rebels led by Benedict Arnold, and aided by Ethan Allen and his band of framers known as the green mountains boys. They captured Fort Carillon, which is now known as fort of Ticonderoga, where they had found 100 iron cannons and mortars to help aid the American rebels in the battle of…

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    The Siege of Fort Ticonderoga British interests led them to Fort Ticonderoga on July 2nd, 1777, with the purpose of besieging the fort to reclaim it from the Americans. The British army consisted of 7,000 regulars, and 800 Indians/Canadiens; a significant amount of men compared to the garrison of 3,000 regulars at Ticonderoga. The British advanced and eventually set their eyes on the height of Sugar Loaf, and afterwards set up their encampment there, as the prospect of having a height advantage…

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    British officer, John André, about selling West Point both contribute to the story of Arnold’s cowardly transferring from American to British forces. Clearly, his motivations were his lack of appreciation by other militants and need for a lavish lifestyle. Even though Benedict Arnold won over critical battlegrounds and contributed to the progression of the Patriots in the beginning of the Revolution, there is no excuse for his impulsive actions and attitude. Once a traitor, always a traitor.…

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    On Wednesday, July 7th 2015 at or about 2302 Hours I was dispatched to 4717 Southwest 39th Way (Aqua Isles) in reference to a suspicious incident that occurred. Upon further investigation it was later revealed that it was a kidnapping that occurred. The information that was given to deputy’s en-route to the scene was “Complainant’s friend called and advised their house was being robber, but complainant does not know the location, just that is near the front gate”. Due to this information, it…

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    The Fort Hood Military Personnel Center demonstrated initiative by devising an automated customer service system commonly referred as a Kiosk, resulting in a considerable savings in man-hours and reduced customer wait time. By establishing the system the customers now have some predictability of wait times and an expected quality of customer service that will be provided. The kiosk negated the need for a Queue Management System for Customer (Q-matic) numbering system and allowed interface with…

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    Brewing Social Responsibility Corporate social responsibility is essential to all corporations and how they are viewed by the public. Along with corporate social responsibility, sustainability is also very important to a corporation’s success. New Belgium Brewing has taken sustainability and corporate social responsibility into consideration in their everyday business practices. The corporate culture of New Belgium Brewing will be detailed explaining how they handle environmental issues that…

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    Now Junior is team Reardan the white are cheering for him, “ Arnold.. Arnold..” their chantng his name, while his past team is glaring at him and screaming, “BOOOOOO…” throughout the entire game. I chose the song “ Remember The Name “ by Fort Minor featuring Eminem as a sort of intro music for the Reardan team and to pump the up for the game,but it also represent the amount of confident that Junior has gained from his last fight with Rowdy, but this time he was determinde to beat Rowdy. The…

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    recruits will arrive for orientation, find their schedules and complete the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT), along with learn about army heritage and core values. There are several different items that each individual must bring to boot camp. Many of those items consist of: required uniforms and other types of appropriate clothing, a lock, toiletries, money, and essential paperwork. Males will need to shave their heads and females will need to have appropriate hairstyles (ponytail, bun,…

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