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    Under the Secretary of Defense’s guidance on Communication with Presidential Campaigns, military members “are prohibited from engaging with potential candidates and their authorized representatives on any matter related to their official duties under any circumstances.” As the 2016 Presidential Election is coming to a close, it has been evident that following this direction is of the utmost importance. There is an unwavering trust in military members and consequently, the possibility to influence civilian’s decisions in major political events that make up our democracy. Historically, there was a fear that the military could overpower and topple a government; but that fear has practically diminished today, even if the probability of it remains. With social media and modern technology, it makes it increasingly difficult to keep opinions to oneself, but even so, military members in uniform should not express their minds about elections publically because it is unethical to use a position of high regard to influence civilians and it prevents an orderly transition as part of the Department of Defense as a whole, and in everyday workspaces at a command, regardless of the outcome of the election. First, it is important to recognize how most other people view military members. Military officers are expected to lead with honor, courage, and commitment. They do so using their integrity to make the most ethically sound decisions possible. Any deviation from that causes mistrust and…

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    Ever since I was a child, electricity was magic; I would spend countless hours trying to discover how it worked. Electromagnetism is now the focus of this childlike obsession, as it is as equally fascinating to me as the outlets were to the person of my youth. The Office of Naval Research has a department dedicated to electromagnetics research called Code 35, Naval Air Warfare and Weapons. The specific area within the department I would like to pursue is the electromagnetic railgun development.…

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    Women In Combat Summary

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    Project Associate – Defense and Political Sciences for RAND Corporation as well as serving in the Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer. The document is a systematic account of women serving in the armed forces and an informational review of key issues concerning our congress in “gender-neutral” standards relating directly to the cultural change of women being allowed to serve in all positions of the United States military. Since my paper will focus on whether women should be allowed to serve in…

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    Imagine being one of the last people to view a major city of America. A place that was once full of life is now destroyed as a result of a nuclear war. There is a deep aspiration to find a source of life in this place, but that hope is lost after seeing the city so empty. Not only that, but what is suspected to be the only life in the northern hemisphere is merely a coke bottle. The only option left is to accept that the world is going to end at its predicted time. This is the situation that the…

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    Army Recommendations

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    Evaluation involves a systematic, continuous assessment of practice and policy. It allows organizations, including public safety and military organizations, to determine whether policy and practice are being implemented as intended, and to what extent. Having served over 30 years in the United States Armed Forces, both active duty and as a reservist, my experiences have afforded me the opportunity to evaluate current practice and policy and to make recommendations that enhance the same and…

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    Operation HUSKY

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    Operation HUSKY was ultimately an Allied victory that met its objectives, but its planning and execution highlighted significant deficiencies in command and control and integration of Allied forces. Senior commanders, primarily General Eisenhower and British General Alexander, failed to adequately provide their staffs and subordinate commanders with clear intent, nor did they fully exploit the combined ground, air, and naval capabilities available to them. This essay identifies the shortcomings…

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    Great Seal Symbolism

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    The great seal of the united states Is the great seal a powerful sea animal that rules the ocean. In this report you will know if its the truth. In this report we will be talking about the symbols of the united states, design of the great seal, and what the great seal is used for. The great seal symbolizes the united states. The symbols on the great seal The great seal is the official symbol of the united states. The great seal is shaped like a circle with an eagle holding several stuff.…

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    Ching Shih In China

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    The Qing Emperor didn’t like how much power she had, so he sent the Imperial Navy to defeat her. She won countless battles with many countries and destroyed the emperor 's navies. So instead of trying to kill her, the Emperor tried negotiating. He offered her what was probably the most generous pirate amnesty deal in history, but only if she stopped terrorizing the Southern Coast of China, she and all her men could go free without punishment, and they could keep all their stolen treasure.…

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    This however does not work for a Navy and knowing he would need to find a solution he believed in developing a strong coastal defense with citizen manned forts, preventing an amphibious landing. This was the start of the volatile relationship between President Sam Houston and Commodore Moore. Moore understood the reality that sea power was both expensive and essential to the projection of power on a world stage. Additionally, he understood that for Texas to be truly a Republic it had to be able…

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    Essay On Military Attacks

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    defense contractor, Aaron Alexis, killed 12 people at a Washington, D.C. ship yard on September 16, 2013. The act was contributed to mental illness. 4. At Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia on March 24, 2014, Jeffrey Tyrone Savage, a civilian truck driver, took a gun from a sailor on watch aboard a destroyer and killed another sailor. He was then killed by Navy security personnel. 5. On April 2, 2014 at Fort Hood, Texas, Army Specialist Ivan A. Lopez killed 3 and wounded 16 before committing…

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