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  • Oliver Hazard Perry: A Good Leader

    In my opinion Oliver Hazard Perry was a good leader. In my opinion, Perry was a good leader because he was smart, paid close attention, and knew what to do. Also he wasn’t dumb, he knew what he had to do and did it with no questions asked.(At least that’s all I know) Perry was a good leader because not only was he an American naval commander, but he destroyed the British at the Battle of Lake Erie. During the war against Britain, Perry supervised the building of a fleet at Erie, Pennsylvania. He…

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  • Sleepwalking Scene In Macbeth Essay

    hope the Macbeth’s have. Possibly the most influential scene in the play is Lady Macbeth’s sleepwalking scene. During this scene, the doctor is first introduced. He is awakened by the situation in which the royal family finds themselves. He is completely bewildered by the state of the Royal Queen as she unleashes all the families vile, corrupt, and dishonorable secrets. Left…

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  • Paul Revere's Ride Poem

    “The Landlord’s Tale. Paul Revere’s Ride” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Tone and Foreshadowing Belfry- a bell tower or a steeple housing bells, especially one that is a part of a church Muster- assemble (troops), especially for inspection or preparation for battle Grenadiers- solder armed with grenades Sombre- dark and gloomy Sentinel- a soldier or guard Impetuous- acting/done quickly and without thought or care Fleet- fast and nimble in movement Spectral- of or like a ghost Alders- a type of…

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  • Crucible Training

    “Get off the bus! And stand on the yellow footprints!” he viciously screamed at the top of his lungs, as his veins almost burst from his forehead. The young scared men, bumping into each other with fear in their eyes, jumped off the bus so fast that they appeared as they were flying off the bus. All the young men frantically scared ran hard to line up on the yellow footprints, which were marked so perfectly on the asphalt at forty-five degree angles. With sweat seeping out of my face and heart…

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  • Analysis Of The Movie 'Code Red As Depicted In The Film'

    A quick summery, the setting of the movie is based around a murder that was done by two marines, Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson and Pfc. Louden Downey, which they are accused of killing Pfc. William T. Santiago. However, this incident was the result of a direct order by the platoon commander Lieutenant Kendrick who later was commanded by Colonel Nathan Jessep for “code red”. The reason Santiago’s murder was the breaking of chain of command and written a letter asking for a transfer, in exchange for…

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  • My Marine Corps Experience

    I am Timothy Neely and I am from Chicago, IL. When I was in high school I thought the last thing I would ever do is join the military. I was not very athletic so I knew the physical demands of any military branch would be a strain on me. After applying for several jobs I reluctantly started to look into military branches. When I started to look into them, I chose the Marine Corps strictly because it was widely regarded as the hardest branch and I thought if I could make through that, then I…

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  • Satire In Moliere's Tartuffe

    Have you ever read a story blindly and just couldn’t understand it so you made assumptions about it? That is what happened to me. I recently read Tartuffe by Moliere, after my first read of the story, I thought it was not relatable, virtually impossible to ever happen, and just not funny. However, after understanding the cultural background, the life experiences of the author, and the author’s purpose for writing these stories, I now see this literary work as a strong satire that is relatable…

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  • Essay On Marine Organization

    Being a part of the Marine Corp Organization Being a part of the Marine Corp Organization, is an organization that changed my life. (http://www.marines.com/home) Through my husband being in the Marine Corp, working on base and living on base it allowed me to be a part of many different groups and teams. Inside the Marine Corp they all have one goal and that’s to protect the United States. To be able to manage this organization they have many organizations within the one, starting from the 1800s.…

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  • Examples Of Courage

    What is courage? Every person exhibits courage in their own way throughout their lives. One of the most recognizable examples of courage is bravery in a military setting. Other examples include facing dangers for the sake of others, facing social ridicule, and being fearless in the face of death. People such as Chris Kyle, Cecilia Balli, Caitlyn Jenner, and Austin Armstrong have shown courage with these methods. Courage is a less complicated term than perceived; courage is facing a fear or…

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  • Marine Corps Advantages And Cons

    “Freedom is not free, but the U.S. Marine Corps will pay most of your share” (Ned Dolan). The Marine Corps is one of the toughest and most challenging branches in the military to join. However, the Marine Corps does offer many benefits and advancement opportunities. A career in the Marines Corps requires specific training, offers common compensation and benefits, and has an expected career path and an opportunity for advancement. Since the Marine Corps is such a difficult and challenging…

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