Joint Special Operations Command

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  • Bombing Of Dresden Essay

    The bombing of Dresden, Germany occurred during the Second World War between the 13th and 15th of February, 1949. The attack was done by Britain and the United States through the use of an aerial bombing. Within the four raids that the allies carried out, 3,900 tons of highly explosive bombs and incendiaries were dropped on the city by heavy bombers of the United States Army Air Forces and the British Royal Air Force. Dresden, Germany was the country’s seventh-largest city and the largest of the…

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  • What Is The Transnational Nature Of Organized Crime

    estimated that over 1 trillion USD flows through organized crime syndicates every year (according to the CIA). These groups can be highly organized and bureaucratic in nature, due to extensive rules and operational procedures, a distinct chain of command, and multiple cells for various tasks. Notable examples include Mexican drug cartels, the Japanese Yakuza, Italian mafia, Russian mobsters, and African counter-political insurgencies.…

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  • Summary: The Physician Patient Relationship

    best be produced in a way that the patient comprehends. Moreover, the physician can’t simply attain a consent; that consent need to be informed. Informed consent relates to all therapeutic interventions, including prescribing, and not only to operations or surgical procedures. The notion of “first do no harm” has been preserved in healing ethics for long time, but one need to bear in mind that there is no intervention that does not have some small risk. Hence, although doing no harm must be…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Counterterrorism

    the FBI’s efforts to protect the US, the biggest asset used is the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF). The JTTF is comprised of investigators, linguists, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) personnel, and other experts from law enforcement and intelligence communities. The JTTF allows for the FBI to have local cells based in 104 cities throughout the country. After 9/11, 71 of these cells were created. The FBI also has operations that include a terrorist screening center to help identify known…

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  • Risk Management Framework

    NIST Special Publication 800-37 Revision 1 Guide for Applying the Risk Management Framework to Federal Information Systems A Security Life Cycle Approach JOINT TASK FORCE TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVE INFORMATION SECURITY Computer Security Division Information Technology Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8930 February 2010 U.S. Department of Commerce Gary Locke, Secretary National Institute of Standards and Technology Patrick…

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  • Call Of Duty 4 Modern Warfare Essay

    Modern warfare one is a first person shooter game but it was never called modern warfare. It was called Call of duty four modern warfare. This was the new game series modern warfare and the last call of duty but this call of duty was not based off of world war two. This game was based off the modern world. This was announced on April 12, 2001. The game was released on November 5, 2007. The call of duty 4 modern warfare game play was published by Activision and developed by…

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  • US Military Strategy Analysis

    United States Joint Force (USJF) will have much less financial support and stability to plan and execute…

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  • Case Study Osama Bin Laben

    In the case study, Assassinating bin Laben: Right or Wrong? the author Priya Dixit outlines and examines the event of Osama bin Laben being assassinated by U.S. Special forces in Pakistan. Dixit proceeds to further debate not only the ethics and legality behind this killing, but also behind the target killings the U.S. has been committing with greater occurrence on ‘terrorist’. In order to understand these actions I believe we must first identify what decision making process is occurring in the…

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  • Unit 5 Part Transformation Process Analysis

    between the flights in normal daily operations due to a lack of rapport between the flights. Using Inspirational Motivation, I will create a vision of improved daily mission operations to leadership through building a better rapport among the flights with improved cooperation and communication. I will outline the change of incorporating teamwork workouts/activities that I would make to flight PT time in the Monday staff meeting, and get it approved by the chain of command that day, with the goal…

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  • Invisible Hand Adam Smith Summary

    Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, and the “Invisible Hand”: A Metaphor For Ambiguity-Uncertainty Aversion by Decision Makers Michael Emmett Brady Lecturer School of Business and Public Policy Department of Operations Management California State University , Dominguez Hills Carson ,California USA Abstract: Smith’s use of the “Invisible Hand”,as pointed out by Gavin Kennedy, is a metaphor provided for the great percentage of readers of the Wealth of Nations whom Smith realized would not be…

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