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    I. Introduction This investigation focuses on the accident that Korean Air Flight 801 met on August 5, 1997 on Nimitz Hill in Asan, Guam. The fatal accident involves issues on Guam Airport’s differences from other airports and the misguidance of the destination airport’s operations. The pilots did not base their tasks on the airport’s systems, they based it on their knowledge and on what they were used to. The cockpit crew’s incorrect decision, miscalculation, and reliance to wrong information lead to the tragedy. The cabin crew contributed also to the tragedy’s aftermath as some protocols were not followed, their mistake made the tragedy worse. Most of the passengers are looking forward to a vacation and some are wanting to go back to…

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    The United States Army Air Defense Artillery had small but important roles in the Korean War. Although most the units were filling non-Air Defense roles, there are a few that set themselves above and beyond their sister units due to their actions. These units fulfilling roles other than air defense were using the M19 Multiple Gun Motor Carriage, which was a self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon. This weapon was based upon the M5 light tank chassis, but modified to fulfill the air defense role.…

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    understands the injustice that comes along with the Capitol. Also, she has learned in her life that her “indifferent mask” helps her to provide for her family. Going back to Kim Jong II, another interesting event that occurred in 1978 was while being groomed to inherit the state from his father, he decided to orchestrate the kidnapping of the director Shin Sang-ok and his wife, actress Choi Eun-hee, a power couple of the South Korean film industry. The two were imprisoned for four years, then…

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    Ettihad Airways Case Study

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    company, through the Royal (Amiri) The company was established in July 2003. Also, Etihad Airways was known during the past 10 years and one of the fastest growing airlines in commercial aviation history. Etihad Airways has a set of awards that highlighted its position as one of the leading brands in the world in a manner distinct. Also received an award for 5 consecutive years on it’s (the world's leading airline) at a ceremony for the World Travel Awards. Abu Dhabi is the center of Etihad…

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    Education In Korea Essay

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    (Ex: $12,549 vs. $8,650) * Is the distribution distorted? There are not evident facts to consider this distribution to be distorted. Minerals and resources Coal, tungsten, graphite, molybdenum, lead, and hydropower potential. Surface transportation_ CIA Fact Book * Modes: the main modes of transportation in South Korea are airports, road transport, and rail transport. Especially, the roads appeared to have the largest share of the overall transportation infrastructure. *…

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    Korean Airline Flight 007 Crash puts USA on Edge Introductory Paragraph Hours after the flight was delayed indefinitely, the South Korean minister’s announcement of the successful landing of Korean Airlines Flight 007 was met with a strong sense of resounding joy from people waiting for it. (Gorman 1659) Unfortunately, this statement was slowly unravelled, and after many waves of bad news, disappointments, and flawed conspiracies proved that the plane and its passengers had been shot down…

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    soon caused tension between the North and the South (“Korean War.” 1). On the 25th of June, 1950, the Soviet forces in North Korea launched an attack on South Korea. This marked the beginning of the…

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    Women’s Role in the Korean War In this essay, I will be talking about what caused to let Korea to have 38th parallel and what the women’s role is in the Korean War. I got influenced by this topic (Korean War: Women’s Role) because I want to show people what women did in wars, because many people around me think men did all the work in wars. So I want them to know what women did and what the women’s role in the Korean War was by this essay. I was also going to choose another foreign country war,…

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    military force that had great triumphs in many wars throughout the 20th century. The Korean War is a fine example of the brilliance canadian soldiers displayed during the 1950s. The war started on “June 25th, 1950, [when] the military forces of North Korea crossed the 38th Parallel into South Korea” in which South Korea viewed it as a sign of hostility. The cold war finally erupted into a proxy war, with UN forces led by US against North Korea and China. “The United Nations [including Canada]…

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    Korean War Effects

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    The devastation of the Korean War came along with destruction that was much more powerful than words could express. The effects of the Korean War are hard to understand if you are not familiar with the tension that went on between North and South Korea before this eruption. To start it is vital to realize that tension between South Korea and North Korea had been going on before Word War 2. Korea sits in between China, Japan, and Russia. It is sometimes called, "The Land Bridge, between China…

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