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    Warren was born and raised here in Ohio. After high school, he enlisted in the Army. While serving in Germany, he witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall. He excelled as a soldier compelling his commanders to recognize his work ethic and leadership potential. This earned Warren an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point. At West Point Warren excelled in the classroom by finishing in the top ten percent of his class. Warren majored in American History and minored in…

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    important in the Profession of Arms. According to the Army White Paper, the Profession of Arms is a vocation comprised of experts certified in the ethical application of land combat power, serving under civilian authority. (The Profession of Arms, 2010) The Army is an American Profession of Arms. Within the Army there is multiple branches. The Adjutant General (AG) branch is a branch in which a Human Resource Sergeant would fall under. The Army Writer lists the duties of a Human…

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    General Patton Biography

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    General Patton is one of the best known generals in American History. He is one of the best combat generals in the history of the United States of America He once said, “The test of success is not what you do when you’re on top. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.” (Scanlon) He defined success on how hard a person could bounce back when they are hit to the ground.” George Smith Patton Jr. was born in San Gabriel, California on November 11, 1885 and got his education at Virginia…

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    Military Unexpectations

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    Unexpected Vocations Some individuals call serving in the military their patriotic duty and others indicate it is their calling; however, most military members call it their job. Upon receiving gratitude for serving in the military, most members reply “I was just doing my job.” The readings from Addams, Hardy, Campbell, and Buechner help me view vocation from multiple aspects with the consideration that my first job was really a vocation, but not the only one in my lifetime. Through the readings…

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    to join the U.S. Army they have a preconceived notion of what an Army soldier is, what an Army soldier represents, and how life as a United States Army Soldier will be like. They contemplate how their friends, family, and the public will perceive them when they wear the uniform. Past and present Army leaders have worked diligently to form and maintain an Army image of disciplined, well trained, and true professional soldiers. Over the past 15 years, this outstanding image of Army Soldiers has…

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    Standing Rock protesters VS Army Corps of Engineers. A group of 200 Native Americans stood among the Standing Rock Indian Reservation on April 1st, 2016 to protest against the 3.7 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline. The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a pipeline that transfers 470,000 barrels of unpurified oil from Bakken North Dakota to a terminus near Patoka, Illinois (Epstien, 2016). On July 26th, 2016, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved the final word for the land easement and water…

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    Army Recruiter in Muscle Shoals,…

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    Merit without any reservation. He has made many significant contributions to the AMEDD community throughout his 19 years of Active Duty service. Currently serving as Program Director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) Residency at Tripler Army Medical Center he is molding the next generation of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and providing excellent surgical results. LTC Ryhn has served the AMEDD in the admin realm as well as clinical. He has led troops as a Medical Service Corps…

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    The Battle of Palo Alto SGT Appel, SGT Hill, SGT Young, Class 005-16 ALC NCOA An analysis of how the flying Artillery of Palo Alto has changed the modern battlefield: The creation of light and mobile field artillery had given the United States Army a potent weapon. By employing the use of light and mobile artillery, it has changed today’s battlefield by how we use Artillery to fully decimate or counter fire an enemy. Horse drawn cannons have paved the way for the modern day M109A6,…

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    Selective Military Draft

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    Drafted Into A Man In 1917, during World War I, the Unites States government enacted the Selective Draft Act to build up the national army. This required men ages 18-45 to register for military involvement. Ultimately, it inspired a patriotic attitude and an honorable image making it very successful (Wikipedia). Today, they no longer require a draft because people volunteer to serve. The US army has changed the lives of Americans. I have seen this first hand in my brother. He was a high school…

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