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  • Mandatory Military Service

    Requiring national service to be completed by law would be overwhelming disaster for our society regardless of how long it would be for. This is because helping people should stem from a deep desire within one 's own heart and not from needing to do so because of a lawbook. It also creates a lapse in somebody 's year where they might otherwise be attending school or working full-time to provide for a family. Finally, because there isn 't an overwhelming need for so many volunteers in the first place. These issues would render the entire purpose of the system completely unnessessary. Firstly, volunteering should only be done by those enthusiastic about it. At the very least, a sizable minority of Americans would dread doing it. This…

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  • Essay On Mandatory Military Service

    In some countries two years of military service should be mandatory, but not in this one. In The United States we are in the safest and should not be forced, or needed to be in the military unless we are wanting to, or took an interest into the military and know what they are doing. In the Constitution clearly states in Article Three: section three “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and…

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  • Importance Of Military Service In Turkey

    forced to do their compulsory military service in Turkey. According to the Ministry Defend Recruiting Department and human- rights organization Turkish military is looking for the soldiers at the age of 20, and enter the service…

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  • Military Service Culture Analysis

    aspect of military service that could play a role in political ideology is “branch culture”. Each branch has a unique culture and mission that it corresponds with. The political ideology differences could be rooted in the popular reputation that each unique branch portrays and what type of recruit is drawn to these branches. For example, “The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win…in the air, space, and cyberspace. To achieve that mission the Air Force has a vision…

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  • The Benefits Of Mandatory Military Service

    governments have drafted individuals, mostly, men, whenever they needed larger military forces during wartime, than they felt they could get through voluntary enlistments. Although the United States has relied on all-volunteer military for most of its history, it was forced to draft men to fight the Civil War and the wars of the twentieth century (Ruschmann, Mandatory Military Service 10).Why people or nations would try to conquer and destroy each other baffles me.Over what to say the least.…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Mandatory Military Service

    National military service mandatory for young adults is vary in different countries, where it is on voluntary basis in the US. No doubt, conscription consist of numerous pro and con on either the society and each individual so whether or not set the national military service mandatory is always a big argument in many countries. In this essay, benefit and drawback of national military service would be demonstrate. National military service bring direct impact on the society in ways of…

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  • Mandatory Military Service Benefits

    norm since President Richard Nixon inaugurated it in 1973. The AVF definitely proved to be the right decision and to this day we have the best military in the world. Our military will continue to get better, more professional, and more educated as the years pass by. What is incomprehensible is how we as Americans take the AVF for granted and do not educate or influence our youth to serve proudly in our country. While conscription is definitely not the answer to this problem, let’s show the…

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  • Personal Narrative: Life After Gaining Military Service

    my parents’ home. Finding the standard retail job, I joined so many young men and women that face life after high school. With no direction I looked toward military service. Joining the military was by far the wisest thing I could have done. Young men and women all across America are finding…

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  • Christian Service In The Military

    In a recent poll conducted by Debate.org, the issue of Christians serving in the military was spilt an even 50%-50%. This issue has gained ground since events like 9/11 as to whether it is a form of Christian duty to serve his or her country in the military. This is a highly controversial issue, and correct Biblical insight is key when dealing with the idea of a Christian serving in the military. What are the different viewpoints regarding service in the military for a Christian? This is a very…

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  • Post War Military Service

    Post-war Military Service After the cessation of hostilities on November 11, 1918, John reenlisted in the service and, subsequently, became part of the occupation forces. Since the signing of the armistice occurred before the German retreat reached their home territory, the occupation forces had to travel to Germany from their positions on the front. The American unit, to which John had been assigned, loaded the gear that they couldn’t carry in horse drawn wagons and walked into Germany.…

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