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    the battlefield, it is usually because of the cost of the item or the time it would take to procure and distribute new equipment. Sometimes, lack of interest in a useful piece of equipment will prevent it from being funded and used. Prior to the Korean War, none of these three restrictions served as the obstacle that blocked the Army from maximizing the potential for aviation assets, even as incredible technological advancements were made and high interest was shown and funded. Legislation…

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    128,650 US causalities were caused from the Korean War, though that is just one event from the Cold War. From about 1945-1991 The Soviet Union and the United States had “icy” tensions which was also known as the cold war. The U.S. wanted capitalism as the Soviet’s wanted communism, they became enemies and the worlds superpowers. In order so communism didn’t spread to the U.S. and our territories, we had contained all of those areas from it. Some argue that US exaggerated communist threat and…

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    Despite fighting on the same side during World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union did not have a good relationship and after the war was over, the two powers began to feud. The Soviet Union was angered because the United States did not recognize the Soviet Union as a legitimate international nation. The United States was wary of the Soviet Union’s territorial expansion, and were concerned Russia would attempt to become a unilateral power. The United States decided containment would…

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    The Korean War: Its Psychological Effect on the Young Adults I. BACKGROUND The Korean Peninsula was once belonged to the Japanese empire from 1910 until the end of World War II. During World War II, the United States, Great Britain, China and Soviet Union had decided to make the Korean Peninsula as an independent country. However, when the Japanese empire surrendered in 1945, the Soviet Union took control of the northern half of the Korean Peninsula, while the United States occupied the southern…

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    "South Boston Korean War Memorial" is located in South Boston, Massachusetts nearby the Fourth Independence. A. Monti Granite Company did this sculpture in 1993 to honor the twenty men from South Boston who lost their lives in the Korean War around the 1950s. The company made this piece of granite using the carving technique. The sculpture has an average human's size featuring a man soldier in winter soldier's uniform. A. Monti Granite Company mounted this piece in 1993 with complete condition…

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    Korean War Vs History

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    Modern Combat Compared to History So if we compare our current military to that of the Korean War Era what will it show us? Looking at the distinctions of Task Force Smith today, you will notice a substantial difference in the training of today’s soldiers, added to the present amount of combat experience, thus creating a more situational aware and prepared soldier. Really, it does no justice to look at the paradigms, because we still fight with air, naval, and ground forces, they are just…

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    With the victory at the conclusion of World War II, Americans experienced an all time high and viewed Dwight D. Eisenhower, Presidential candidate, as a savior—the man who defeated Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, and the man who ended the Korean War (after becoming President). Despite his early success, it soon became one of his administrations to avoid long, expensive, and inconclusive wars similar to Korea. While doing this, they also intended to balance the budget and control taxes and inflation.…

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    Korean War Research Paper

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    deuces: A Korean War Story While some argue that the US involvement with the Korean War was not a good idea, the truth is that there was a lot of reasoning for joining the Korean War because the “exportation” of communism and Korean was in a tense relation from the cold war and the development of stronger medical practice also racial integration and the over change of the United States structure. The first…

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    Korean War-In 1950 North Korean forces invaded the south. Stalin was hoping with soviet support that he would have his aims elsewhere. This attack caught the attention of President Truman and acting on the behalf of the United Nations sent American forces to fight them. Within a few months the UN Forces had advanced north of the 38th parallel and it looked like the North Korean regime would be overthrown. When the fighting approached the Yalu River China intervened and drove back the UN. Vietnam…

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    The US foreign policy during the cold war took place in many continents around the world. One of those continent was Asia, where Korea was involved. “Foreign Policy in the Pacific: a result of the Korean conflict SEATO, George Kennan, John Dulles, Roll-back, Brinkmanship, and Missile Gap.” The policy of containment had a gap and the Soviets stop seeing their activity in Europe started looking scenarios globe in places of great strategic and diplomatic difficulty for the US North Korea attacked…

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