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  • Aeromedical Evacuation

    The methods trained are also in question. The methods used for lifting and moving the NATO litters are based on illustrations from old Army manuals. The same manuals do not describe the ergonomics or any other scientific research performed in order to come to the recommended conclusions. This leads us to question the entire manual being…

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  • Americans During The Cold War Analysis

    During the Cold War era, the United States played a large part in European affairs by attempting to dominate European countries’ domestic politics. By exaggerating America’s influence in Europe, the role of European countries is underestimated. While many textbooks will support this argument, Mark Gilbert opposes this idea and demonstrates the true extent of American, as well as internal, involvement in Europe. While Gilbert’s thesis is satisfactory within this context, it could also be applied…

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  • Hungarian Refugees During The Cold War Essay

    The United States is a country that is founded by people from outside of this land. Throughout the history, people left home to come to this country with different reasons, but all aimed for new opportunities and a new life. The pilgrims came in the early 1600s, the African slaves were forced to come in between 17th to 19th century, then people from other parts of the world came as well. Up until this day, there are still people coming into this country with different reasons. People came for a…

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  • The Similarities And Differences Of Realism And Liberalism

    should accept a war is if it puts ones’ individual rights and equal opportunity in danger. International cooperation and peaceful international behaviors has its benefits. Organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a reflection of liberal hope. NATO is a huge project that keeps expanding because the United States gathers weaker states to protect and defend them, in such creating alliances. Another example is the Warsaw Pact which was the first “treaty of peace” in…

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  • Whiskey Rebellion In American History

    1791 1. The Whiskey Rebellion After the Revolutionary War, government tried to procure a steady source of revenue through taxing whiskey. In response, the government faced a small-scale revolution by some of its own citizens. Most of the country felt negatively toward taxing in general, much less taxing on whiskey. In 1974, a tax inspectors home was attacked by a group of whiskey rebels. The actions of the rebels turned head and the presence of the Whiskey Rebellion threatened to expand to…

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  • Observation Of My Life In The US

    Observation of my life in the US Introduction: I will discuss about behavior in my new training group in the United States and about behavior in general because I am an international student and I am also on the track team. This field is very interesting for me because it is abnormally close to me, but I can see a lot of new habits and behaviors here. It is a new experience because I have never trained with another team since I was 9 years old and I have studied only in the Czech Republic. I…

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  • Gapminder Case Study: Trendalyzer

    Gapminder is a non-profit venture that provides free statistics in visual forms of animated bubble chart, bubble map and mountain chart known as Trendalyzer. The Gapminder team creates surveys online using the survey software called SurveyGizmo to collect their data. It helped portray the data in a way that enable users to understand without being confused by the complicated conventional lines and bar graphs. Users can access the data straight from the website or download an offline version into…

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  • Theories And Arguments Of International Relations

    order among industrial powers did not change, only the bipolar international order has been destroyed. After the Cold War era the United States have continued to support this institution building order agenda. Furthermore, these institutions like the NATO expansion and the World Trade Organization have been main elements of this agenda as a mechanism to lock other states into desired policy orientations. State cooperation has been a long lasting one. For instance, although the bipolar…

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  • Fahrenheit 451 Conformity Analysis

    Comparing Individuality and Conformity in Fahrenheit 451 Individuality is celebrated in modern day society, but during the Cold War, the world seemed as though there was little hope for self-expression to live another day. In the novel, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, there is a prominent theme of conformity found various times throughout the dystopian society. Conformity was a common theme in the real world during the Cold War, when this novel was written. In this society, books have all been…

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  • Essay On Military Children

    Military children get to grow up in a different way than most because of their unique experience of being able to travel all over wherever their parents are stationed at. Michaela Ashe is one of many military children here at GSW. She has had the opportunity to live overseas and was able to travel to many different countries because of her father being in the military. Right before she came back to America she lived in Belgium for three years and because of this her family had to learn the…

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