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    Tariq Ba Odah Injustice

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    There is a great amount of injustices are happening all around us as we speak and we are aware of maybe half of them. For example, In America you have to have been charged with a crime to be in prison. Tariq Ba Odah has been imprisoned since 2002 without charge. Many changes have occurred since his arrest, police injustice towards him, and attempts to close Guantanamo. Tariq Ba Odah may die in Guantanamo if he soon isn’t released. He has been on a hunger strike for eight years now and is in a very unhealthy condition. Tariq Ba Odah’s life before the arrest was as normal as anyone else’s. Ba Odah was born in 1978 in the Shabwah district of Yemen where he lived until the age of one. He spent his early life as a child in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in a beautiful home surrounded by his parents and his many brothers and sisters. Ba Odah says that growing up, he lived a very peaceful and happy life with a wonderful family. Now, with him in prison he lives on just the memories from his childhood. He is always saying that the worst part about being in prison for him is that he is so far away from his family and never gets to see them. In 2002, Ba Odah was arrested by the Pakistan police and was (still is) very confused why, he says he wasn’t doing anything that would even get him a slight of a chance to get arrested. Ba Odah reports that, to this, he still does not know the true justification for his initial arrest. He was accused of having gone to the region to fight with the Taliban…

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    The Accounting Cycle

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    ledger ( T accounts) for the specified amount this includes all cash, equipment, supplies, purchases, revenue earned, etc. and calculate the balance of each. Fourth one would calculate and record the balance of each of the account ledgers (T accounts) and prepare the unadjusted trial balance. Fifth one would enter the unadjusted trial balance on to a worksheet, this is just again recording the balance with the appropriate account. The sixth step is to determine, journalize and record the…

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    Duty To Veterans Essay

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    Congress is raising the pay of active duty military personnel by 2.9 percent for their basic substances like food, rent,and anything that has to deal with school (Gina). To add to that veterans get paid on the 15th of the month so that they don 't have to go all month without pay (Gina). The VA (which is a government program that assist veterans) assist veterans with college funds so they can get jobs when they return from war (Aid for Military families). They also help with home loans, life…

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    killed, they know that. Yet they still go out and fight. Without the soldiers, nobody would really have a hero because we wouldn't have the freedoms to do anything with anyone together. As the paragraph on http://www.debate.org states “Any citizen willing to harm himself in a way no other person is willing to, for any country in the world that joins part of an army, should get paid more than any athlete, all athletes do is throw footballs, kick soccer balls, dribble balls, and yet they…

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    Afghanistan and Iraq and they are not getting the help they need. America launched Operation Enduring Freedom a month after the September 11th terrorist attack to overthrow the Taliban regime and destroy terrorist infrastructure in Afghanistan. For about two years only about 15,000–20,000 military personnel remained in Afghanistan, but recently the number of soldiers in Afghanistan has increased. In May 2009 former President Barack Obama declared he will be increasing American troops in…

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    War Dogs Research Paper

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    War Dogs V.S Veterans Have you ever come into contact with a veteran? Well I have and I still contact him to this day. This soldier's name is Chad Allen Davis and he is my father. After he came home from war he was worn out, and beaten up. If that is how a soldier looks after war I wonder how a war dog would look. War dogs work hard to overcome many obstacles that could easily harm them. Sometimes those obstacles could kill them. So why do they get treated differently than a Veteran even though…

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    As American troops continue to risk their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, and return home to join the ranks of America’s almost 24 million veterans, the Veterans Day holiday has had a certain immediacy in recent years. Or at least it should. Holidays so easily succumb to linen sales and classic TV marathons, but this is one whose the true meaning of which we really should nevernot forget. Throughout our history, many brave Americans have given their lives in defense of freedom, and many more…

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    Soldiers returning home For veterans, the war does not end on the battlefield. Mental illnesses such as PTSD and depression follow men and women into their homes, affecting their daily lives. In the article “Soldiers returning home are faced with a heartbreaking problem most people don’t understand” from Business Insider, Sebastian Junger states his symptoms of short term PTSD. When Junger returned home, he experienced lack of interest in things he once enjoyed. The switch from war to home was…

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    When military personnel return from combat operations, they are screened by doctors and mental health professionals to ensure they are able to return to duty or civilian life. These screenings include eye exams, ear exams, detailed interviews, and even scans of the brain. If brain damage is found, or if the combat veteran shows signs of PTSD, a treatment plan is set in motion. As with most disorders, there are different levels of PTSD, and there are several different treatment options for each…

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    Introduction According to Seligman & Fowler (2011), the response of psychology to the needs of the US military intensified during the First and the Second World Wars (p. 82). This followed the increasing levels of anxiety, suicide, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and the need for highly resilient army officers who would undertake the unforeseen future warfare. During the world wars, many psychological problems evolved among the soldiers. For example, there were high cases of…

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