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    Many fans of the game play often downplay the breadth of the violence, saying it is minimal factor in the game play. Yet some games build a case against themselves, and reward things such as “headhsots.” Where having the adept skill to shoot your opponent in the head (a smaller, more difficult target) merit special recognition and bonus points, it makes the argument more difficult to prove. In spite of actions such as this, they hold to their opinion that partaking in these games don’t actually…

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    My desire and interest in pursuing a career is nursing is relatively new, but I have realized that this desire has been slowly brewing for years. As far back as I can remember I have wanted to do something that helped others and made a difference somewhere. While in high school I was a lifeguard and I contemplated being a firefighter or an emergency medical technician (EMT) for a while, I researched requirements and how I could progress in the field over time. Upon completion of high school I…

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    Equality In Military

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    With the opening of traditionally male only combat roles to women is the United States military’s attempt to demonstrate equality. Women in the United States military have traditionally never been allowed to serve in “direct combat” positions or roles. However, with the opening of many previously closed combat related jobs to women many questions and issues are and will continue to arise. The physiological differences that exist between both genders is where most of the barriers exist. Some of…

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    lower buildings in the valley. The idea of this being a main battle area came to fruition after the Battle for the Twin tunnels. They had excellent positions for defense, but they stretched over a 12-mile perimeter making it hard to cover with the army. Spreading the units to thin could cause for an easy defeat. Instead, Col. Paul L. Freeman stationed lower on the hills, around the base of the hills, to get a tight perimeter on three sides of the town that spread over a mile outside of the…

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    know what goes on, when, where and how constantly in order to effectively control their units. However, constant communication is never certain, and it is up every subordinate to be prepared to make on decisions on the spot in the mission. The United States army currently uses Mission Command, which is defined by ADRP 6-0 as the “exercise of authority and direction by the commander using mission orders to enable disciplined initiative within the commander’s intent to empower agile and adaptive…

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    Accountability in the army is important because soldiers as well as equipment, ammunition, food, water…

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    Becoming A Nurse

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    The nurses I have held most dear are those from the New York Army Reserve. They are the ones that talked to me the most about my curiosity of becoming a nurse. The doctors and nurses of that deployment allowed me to observe everything that happened in the theater hospital. I was able to see firsthand the proper care…

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    Poetry has the unique ability to transport readers to a different time period, or get a glimpse into another person’s thoughts and emotions. The specific context of a poem is one of its most important aspects. The context of a poem refers to the way a poem reflects, shapes, and speaks back to a historical time period, culture, or social issue. Poets are able to capture the essence of a past event through their use of words. One poem that I feel has a clear context is Facing It by Yusef…

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    military consists of four main branches Army, Navy, Airforce, and Marines. All branches are essential parts of our government, our country’s security, and both genders of each branch are also essential to the bigger picture. Women make up 18% of our total military and the ratio of men to women…

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    David King Oral History

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    David King has been many things over the course of seventy-two-year life. He has studied political science, and law, he has been a father, political activist, chairman, and has even served as the commander of the main battle tank, for the united states army but during all his undertakings he has always been a citizen of East Saint Louis. It was East Saint Louis that shaped his life and career, it has been his love and loyalty for East Saint Louis that has compelled him to use his many talents in…

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