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    single time. “Leadership, the lifeblood of an army, makes a difference every day in the…

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    The United States Army electronic warfare (EW) institution is in its infancy when compared to that of most other services. Following the Cold War, seeing no significant electronic threat to ground forces and attempting to create efficiencies within the Army, the decision was made to dismantle and retire the Army EW platforms. “The Army chose to focus on other priorities…the only thing the Army had was helicopter self-protect equipment and SIGINT.” Thus, the Army had voluntarily given up its…

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    Entered the United States Army The day I entered the Military, was October 30th, 1990, I started at around 4:30 a.m. in the morning. I had to report to the San Diego Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). Where entered into active duty with the United States (US) Army. I choose the Army, as a result of myself wanting a career in Law Enforcement. This process started for me a year earlier, when I entered into the Delayed Entry Program for the Army. I remember riding in the Army Recruiter’s…

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    The purpose of this paper is to describe how the United States Army coordinates and integrates organic and Joint, Interagency, Multinational (JIM) fires capabilities, at strategic, operational, and tactical levels, through all five domains (land, maritime, air, cyber, and space), to provide scalable lethal and non-lethal effects to combatant commanders. In addressing the topic, I will begin by defining the meaning of fires. The Army and the joint community define fires as “The use of weapon…

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    The Armed Forces Military Police ‘MPs.’ The U.S Coast Guard in itself is a law enforcement agency. The Army, Marine, and Navy all have their own type of a police system. The Army has the most iconic police force called Military Police or like I said MPs. The Marines have what they call ‘Provost Marshal’s Office or Law Enforcement Battalions or simply “Field Mps.” The U.S Navy also has their Masters-at-Arms or MAs. Even the Air Force as them they are called “Air Force Security Forces” they…

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    merely toleration of differences. My service in the United States Army profoundly shapes my attitudes and guides my actions that support these values. During my fifteen years leading sol-diers from varied socio-economic, ethnic, linguistic, racial and national backgrounds, I have learned the inherent strength that diversity imparts. When I became an Army officer, I joined one of the most successfully integrated organizations in the United States. The first unit I led consisted of over 30…

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    The US Army values soldiers that are accountable for their actions and themselves. Being accountable means being dependable, arriving to work and appointments on time, meeting deadlines, being in the right place at the right time, in the right uniform and doing the right thing at the right time. Without having accountability there is no way of knowing where the soldier is or what is going on. As the NCO, accountability is knowing where your soldiers are, what they are doing and their physical…

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    the United States Army and the troops from the People’s Army of Vietnam was the Battle of Ia Drang. This particular battle, held between November 14 and November 18, 1965, was especially significant because it included a wide arrow of strategic guerrilla warfare tactics all the way to using air support to an advantage. The 4-day battle deepened the United States’ involvement with South Vietnam against the North Vietnamese forces. North Vietnam showed that they were ready to fight the United…

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    the United States Army is a unique one because when I was seventeen, I was already on a mission with minimal training and I was learning about the Mexican Army. Even though it was a short tour of about six months, it was a very exceptional time that I will never forget. Then my parents decided to move to the United States where I was introduced to the eighth grade, because my English was not proficient enough to go into high school, five years later, I decided to join the United States Army, in…

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    General John J. Pershing, was a decorated and highly known United States Army General, who through strict and harsh discipline led numerous battles. General John J. Pershing quickly and efficiently moved through the ranks and commanded the American Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War I, and won victory of Germany. He began in 1886, reporting to Fort Bayard, New Mexico Territory, where he was a part of the Troop L of the 6Th U. S. Cavalry. After leaving there, he served with the 6Th…

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