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  • Military Robotics History

    The history of military robotics dates back to World War II and the Cold War. During those times of spying, weaponry and strategic attacks, these robots were in the form of Germany’s type of robotics and Russian weaponry called “teletanks”. It originated combined with a radio controlled boat intended to use by the military from Nicola Tesla. As the Soviets had created the teletanks, they were modified to be controlled by the radio signals. Weather conditions made it pretty tough to use, but…

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  • Essay On Perfect Pivot

    fruit. Let him attempt to force the process, and he may spoil both fruit and tree. But let him patiently wait, and the ripe pear at length falls into his lap.” These words by former President Abraham Lincoln accurately describe the impatient critics of President Obama’s, and subsequently, the Special Operations’ rebalance of forces and focus to Asia. The “strategic pivot” to the Asia-Pacific for Special Operations Forces (SOF) is the best choice in the current global security environment…

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  • Boot Camp Advantages

    United States Armed Forces, one can go to college to obtain a degree and at the same time work hard to make it to the top, and the benefits start once they ship out to boot camp. Now some will use the excuse that they don’t want to die, but one has a better chance of getting in a car accident and dying than they…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Do Blue Lives Matter?

    For many people in the society everyone is afraid of the police that they will do anything in their power to have their own control of handling the issues. Whether others had a bad experience with the police officers which could lead the officers into danger that people will put into their own hands which no one will be winning at this situation. While people claim there is a war on cops, the fact do not support this claim; not only are there already enhanced punishment for offenders who assault…

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  • The Role Of Women During World War II

    After the Pearl Harbor bombing, millions of women did their “patriotic service” and joined the workforce. Some women went overseas while others worked in the homefront providing for the war (“Get a War”).The amount of women working increased by 50%, leading to almost 6 million women working, while 300,000 women served in the military (“Rosie the Riveter”). Women served in many groups including, the Women’s Army Corps, the Navy Women’s Reserve, the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve, the Coast Guard…

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  • America As A Superpower

    to achieve their own freedom. As America grew powerful, the country rose to the top among superpowers like Britain and Russia. Today, America is the world’s only superpower and hegemon. To achieve this position, America strengthened their military forces, expanded their economy and integrated its culture through foreign policies. While the quality of life and wellbeing of some people from around the world have improved from America’s influence, the same cannot be said for Americans. The hegemon…

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  • Cultural Differences: Similarities Between The 1950's And Today

    The 1950’s was the decade after World War II and is synonymous to being a golden age for capitalism, family, and overall life. 1950’s America was and is still looked at as the poster child for good living. When comparing this era to present day, the admiration is lower in some areas and higher in others. Between these two times, people believe there are major differences that make them polar opposites. The way military impacts individuals differ. In present day, we are not currently recovering…

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  • Tariq Ba Odah Injustice

    There is a great amount of injustices are happening all around us as we speak and we are aware of maybe half of them. For example, In America you have to have been charged with a crime to be in prison. Tariq Ba Odah has been imprisoned since 2002 without charge. Many changes have occurred since his arrest, police injustice towards him, and attempts to close Guantanamo. Tariq Ba Odah may die in Guantanamo if he soon isn’t released. He has been on a hunger strike for eight years now and is in a…

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  • Military Education: Military Contributions To Adult Education

    literacy skills. Upon seeing the success of the original aptitude skills program, the armed forces adopted the Basic Skills Education Program (BSEP) in 1979. The BSEP process addressed the need for “college - bound” soldiers who lack proficiency skills demanded in the new armed forces. Thirty years after its inception, BSEP has bridged the divide between Soldier educational capabilities and the armed forces occupational requirements (p. 264). Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944 (The G.I. Bill)…

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  • The Importance Of Workforce Diversity

    We were tasked with reading four different articles about workforce diversity. The focus of each of these articles was the role that women play in creating diversity in the workforce. The first article “How to Get More Women into the Workforce” started off by stating that the baby boomer generation is nearing retirement age. Once consequence of this is that the number of job openings will reach record highs. Currently, the workforce participation rate is 62%, which is the lowest it’s been since…

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