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    improvements that would prevent land erosion, improve drainage, and reconfigure trails to enhance Home Station Training support. He has earned many accolated for his Home Training experience and for formulating training events for the 12 Combat Aviation Brigade and many other units conducting Home Station Training at Oberdachstetten. 2. Mr. Viegas has taken the initiative to assist in the RTLP program by designing and providing lessons learned from his previous deployments to OAR. His experiences helped the process on constructing a new hand grenade course since the previous course did not meet FM 3-23.30, chapter 4-2 specifications. The course also gives soldiers the capabilities to train at home station and meet requirements outlined in USAREUR regulation 350-1. Due to this dedication and efforts this project received the funding of $62,000 and will enhance Home Station Training. During his deployment to Latvia training area he constructed a Hand Grenade course for deploying units to be able to certify their soldiers for EIB certification course. 3. Mr. Viegas also developed and initiated a Rough Terrain Course at the Oberdachstetten Local Training. The course meets the requirements of a rough terrain at a high altitude making training more realistic and challenging. The course covers 5.85 acres and is 235 meters long. The terrain consists of thick and open forest with a few ditches, obstacles and has a 28 degree slope. This course is designed for soldiers to go through…

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    Combat skills focus on making Ryder the ultimate soldier, giving her proficiency in weapons and gear. If you take this route your weapons will become more accurate and do more damage. Additionally, following this route gives you the ability to use flat cannons, grenades, and trip mines. Tech skills focus on a more strategic gameplay from the user. Ryder can shoot ice and fire beams out of her suit with this skill tree. There is also an ability called Invasion that weakens the enemy, making them…

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    on September 15, 1916, when the first armored vehicle rolled through no man’s land. This “tank” the British built was kept secret from their allies so no rumors of the vehicle would spread. When the German laid eyes on the slow, rickety machine they were put in awe. Now, countries raced to built the best tank, because the best tank would mean the best chance of getting through the enemy’s defenses. Tanks provided many advantages for the time, “They weighed thirty-two tons and ambled along at a…

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    I’m in the middle of a huge green forest in Illinois with all my tactical gear on me. I have my digital green combat uniform perfect to blend in with the bushy green trees on my back, my old tactical vest carrying six rifle magazines and two extra for my beaten but trusty Beretta m92fs which has never failed me in field before. But the most important thing that I’m carrying with me is my AK74m, a spectacular black russian rifle that has been with me since the beginning of my journey. My squad,…

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    (Why Is American Sniper Banned?) The ALA bans books for bad language, sexual themes, and so much more. Some are reasonable and some are not. Religion is a big part of banning also, people go crazy over religious things too. The “American Sniper” is banned for many different reasons, mostly violence and foul language. Violence, foul language, and religious beliefs are the top reasons of banning this novel. Violence is the main reason for banning this book. “I pushed my finger against the…

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    (Why Is American Sniper Banned?) The ALA bans books for bad language, sexual themes, and so much more. Some are reasonable and some are not. Religion is a big part of banning also, people go crazy over religious things too. The “American Sniper” is banned for many different reasons, mostly violence and foul language. Violence, foul language, and religious beliefs are the top reasons of banning this novel. Violence is the main reason for banning this book. “I pushed my finger against the…

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    Throughout history, battle tactics have always been a pivotal aspect of winning a war. For example, the utilization of the infantry and the usage of propaganda in gaining a larger enlisting population for the infantry have always been fundamental to a battle plan. However, some aspects in how a war is conducted have actually evolved over time. In 1914, the tactic of trench warfare was heavily utilized during World War I where defensive fighting in entrenched positions was favored. This style of…

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    all very good reasons of why guns are good and why you should own one. Some people think guns should be banned completely but hopefully after this speech you are not one of those people. So how bout we get to how guns can be used for entertainment. Guns have many uses of entertainment but when I think of it only a few pop into my mind. These are rifles shotguns and pistols. Rifle shooting…

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    FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING HUNTING OPTICS Hunting optics are essential accessories to ensure shooting accuracy for rifle shooters and hunters. There many quite many different options for hunters: scopes, binoculars, range finders or monoculars. They can be really expensive, so make sure you know where and how to choose the best product you need. For example, reading rifle scope reviews is a good way to start if you want to get to know about this type of hunting optics. Before going into…

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    Mass Shooting Summary

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    The op-ed piece “Mass shootings are an American problem. There’s an American solution.” was written in response to the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. On September 30, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada, a gunman opened fire on attendees at a country music concert, killing 58 and injuring well over 500. Published just four days later, at a time when emotions are heightened and people are searching for answers to the questions of how and why such a horrific event could occur, Chris…

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