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    dropped out of college a few weeks later. No one ever questioned him why, but people thought that he was going over to serve in the Gulf War. Tundra Jump came from a family who were very extreme environmentalist, so he was given the name to protest the deforestation of the tropical rainforests. His face looked a little rough, a crooked nose is all, but that’s nothing. People who knew him knows that he is tall, had a heart of gold, was willing to lay his life down for his country. On August 2, 1990 the Gulf War broke out in Iraq. That’s where Tundra was going. Iraq had invaded Kuwait for several reasons, but the biggest reason was the massive amounts of oil Kuwait produced. A coalition of nations including the united states of America and the united kingdom were established to liberate Kuwait. Most of the Iraqi army was destroyed by the us air force. Tundra was deployed shortly before the liberation of Kuwait. “Pvt.Jump.” yelled a sergeant who was angrier than the desert heat “yes sergeant” replied Tundra. “Pvt.Jump you have been volunteered to assist the Kuwaitis in retaking their capital.” Pvt Jump simply nodded as he did not understand the seriousness of the situation his sergeant put him in. on the day of battle Tundra entered the city with the Kuwaiti national army as they entered the city it was oddly silent until Tundra had kicked a can by accident.Tundra bent down to pick the can up only to narrowly dodge a sniper’s bullet, soon the battle had started and bullets…

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    Persian Gulf Case Study

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    purview of my role. For example, the troop movements to address the influx of light weaponry and to defend the United States base in Saudi Arabia were decisions I advocated for and they were implemented in official actions. On the other hand, I was not successful enough in persuading the group to appeal to the demands of the workers on strike. It is unsure if the uprising of the workers on strike was inevitable, but I strongly favored appealing to their original demands of higher wages and…

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    The Tinderbox Case Study

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    the price of oil along with the profits of major oil producing countries dropped dramatically, resulting in a feeling of bitterness. Consisting of mostly undeveloped arid lands at the time, these oil producers relied on moderately priced oil in order advance and flourish, something which Western oil companies overlooked. In the 7th installment of the Prize titled, “The Tinderbox,” we examine the up rise of oil producers and the instability generated by fluctuating oil prices. During the…

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    Kuwait is a country that relies heavily on resources outside its boundaries. Throughout history, Kuwait, a committed culture, has always continued to flourish and expand. Despite the country’s setbacks, region and country size, their political, military and economic systems show the rest of the world how devoted, but dependent they are to preserve their way of life. Due to the political, military and economic variables of the operational environment, Kuwait is a devoted culture, but thrives…

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    Saudi Arabia: A Petroleum Super Power and Strategically Placed Ally The gulf state of Saudi Arabia has built a booming petroleum-based economy with a strategic location of high importance to the United States and her interest. Saudi Arabia has the strongest economy on the Arabian Peninsula. Its investments in the PATRIOT missile system have catapulted them to the top slot of valuable allies that the United States has in the region. The strong cultural history of Saudi Arabia has helped…

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    73d Easting

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    Battle of 73rd Easting U.S. Armed Forces Cold War training on state of the art future weapon systems was tested. The Iraqi Army including the famed Iraqi Republican Guard were a battle hardened veteran force, feared by both political and military allies and foes. The United States entered the Gulf War with the liberation of the Kuwaiti nation as their primary goal. The United States Armed Forces demonstrated that superior training, innovative battle tactics, and quick decision-making would…

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    The Gulf Oil Spill

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    The Gulf oil spill has been recognized as the worst oil spill in U.S. history. The initial environmental impact was obvious, as the water was flooded with oil for 87 days. The surrounding wildlife and marine life coated in oil, and the waters thick with sludge as an estimated 4.9 million barrels of oil leaked into the Gulf. Years later, is the Gulf free of oil? We no longer see the discolored waters, and the animals covered in blackness, but the Gulf is still facing lasting challenges with long…

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    Introduction In 1914, the world was divided by power and who held it. In the Middle East that was the Ottoman Empire. An empire that expanded that ruled from Turkey and held control along the Arabian Peninsula. This region was as complicated as the western front with a multitude of players on a single field, with Germany, France, Britain, and the Arab tribes all vying for power and influence. Germany combined with the Ottoman Empire and the allies of Britain and France backing their support for…

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    region, political, social and economic tensions were high due to the differing islamic denominations in neighboring nations. By far the largest of these denominations of Islam was Sunni and Shi’a. Differing theological beliefs had created a volatile geopolitical landscape between Iraq and Kuwait. When Iraq came under a new regime and traditional beliefs had become increasingly common, a distaste for the largely Shi’a Kuwait developed, leading to the invasion of Kuwait. Though this distaste…

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    al-sabah had taken a stand in order to defend his country ,Kuwait, from the wrath of Saddam Hussein. On August 2, 1990 the country of Kuwait was invaded by Iran causing the start of the Gulf War. A massive attack was led by the dictator of Iran ,Saddam Hussein. The raid killed thousands and led to the destruction of over 700 thriving Kuwaiti oil refineries. Saddam’s actions had later constructed the beginning of the gulf war, an international conflict that had recrudescence during the the late…

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