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    Al Qaeda Red Team Analysis

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    Red cell analysis is also known as red team analysis. The red team is a group of experts dedicated to intelligence investigations and provision of warnings where necessary dealing with national and international security. The organization brings the future to the present as far as national and international security is concerned. (Matesk 2009). The idea of the red team analysis was born from the red team military activities or red teaming which was used during the times of war by the US military to simulate the plans of the enemy so that they get prepared in case of any attack. In general, the red team analysis forecasts happenings of the future through science, and psychology. This means that if one desires to know the enemy, he/she will…

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    The entire blue team lined up horizontally by the cones as if we were soldiers ready for battle. The eye contact was intense as we faced our 4”8’ opponents on the red side. Our physical education teacher, Mr. Dolly, was standing in the middle of the field. His polyester, sleeveless, blue shirt hugged his spherical beer belly, as he took an extensive blow on his sliver whistle to commence the game. Running at top speed toward each other, the blue and red teams merge. Julie is separated from me in…

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    Many students tend to join extracurriculars their friends join. Rather than picking the club that describes them as who they are, they drift towards activities that have more members or “look good” on college applications. When I was a freshman, I joined eleven clubs, signing up for whichever clubs my friends told me to. My email was filled with the dates of club meetings I could not recall joining. As the year progressed and I realized which clubs I had a passion for. Out of the eleven clubs I…

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    My first visual of the sport happened when I was young. At 5 years-old, I saw my sister at tennis practice (she was 9 years-old) and my big curiosity wanted me to try it. I told my parents I wanted to do the same thing my sister was doing, and they signed me at the same place she practiced, Fairland Aquatics Center. The first practice was with the tennis coach named Kevin, whom I still know to this day. He gave me a kid-sized Penn Racquet and told me to run around the tennis court two times.…

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    The Kotter Model

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    ideas and force change. The first step, establishing a sense of crisis, shouldn’t be that difficult as many in the formation already sense one. The NCO’s feel powerless, senior staff members seem unappreciated, and junior leaders lack recognition of the standards. All I need to do is openly accept and confront these issues with the leadership in the brigade, and communicate solutions through adequate counseling’s. For example, this may solve the problem concerning the S4’s unprofessionalism…

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    The Los Angeles Kings made headlines by cleaning house. The announced the firing of head coach Darryl Sutter and General Manager Dean Lombardi Monday afternoon after the team missed the playoffs for the second time in 3 seasons. With Sutter on the open market, there’s one team who should make a huge push at him. I think you get where I’m going with this one. Your very own Detroit Red Wings. Earlier in the season I wrote an article about how the Wings should give their current head coach…

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    Team Titanium has enjoyed fantastic success both on and off of the field in the past seven years. Along with expanding our team to new and unforeseen heights, we have won ten out of the twelve regionals we have attended. We have been honored with 14 Dean’s List Finalists and 14 different awards. We have a total of 48 trophies from FIRST, and are humbled that five came from World Championships. In addition, last year we received the honor of competing in the Einstein division in St. Louis. These…

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    Most of the time, our manager sat in his chair, chatting with someone or watching his PC. He gave me no clear direction or encouragement to operate efficiently. On the other hand, some managers of other teams visited each function and well communicated with team members. I thought my manager didn’t add a value to our operation…

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    students on the right all dressed with school spirit, red, white and black and across the field the visiting team had a couple of spectators dressed in orange. As I look down at the perfectly grassed, green soccer field marked with white lines and a red letter N in the center, i see both teams doing drills, shooting, passing and running. Our team captain has a neon green arm band, he leads the team yelling across the field and keeping everyone focused. Shortly after, the two teams and the…

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    losing…. I was overjoyed. I was on the Trojan Girls Volleyball Team. Our team consisted of eleven girls and we were competing for the finals against the team from Pewaukee. Throughout the game I felt excitement, then frustration, and last but definitely not least…..satisfaction. Before the important game we were completely silent. Although we were nervous, we also were ready and eager to win. This might’ve worked against us because we had a bad start and were losing to a team I knew we could…

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