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    Who Joined The Vietnam War

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    I can relate to different reasons why we should not have gone to war. First off, the United States spent around one-hundred and eleven billion dollars during the war. The only reason the United States joined the war was that North Vietnam was only trying to make South Vietnam a communist government that America did not want. Secondly, the number of casualties was 90,000 meaning that half of…

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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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    I believe that with the drawdown of the size of the conventional Army and the expansion of the role of Special Operations, that Special Forces will be an integral part of future conflicts. I have completed two combat tours and two Counter Narcotic Terrorism missions while serving on an SFODA. I also have one combat tour…

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    Over the last ten years I have had many influential leaders give me guidance and mentorship that directly affected my ability to be a strong Noncommissioned Officer. MSG Howard is one of those leaders that epitomizes my image of what an Army Leader is supposed to reflect. His superior ability to bring a team together and draw out their individual strengths has always driven me to mimic his example. MSG Howard challenged us to be the best and taught us how to expect the best from our Soldiers.…

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    Against Women in the US What is discrimination? Discrimination is the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different groups of people based on race, age, sex, or many other categories. Many different groups of people face discrimination in the United States. Women have always faced the most discrimination in America. Some places they are discriminated against are in the workplace, in the different branches of the military, and in society. Discrimination against women is not limited to foreign…

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    According to Urban Dictionary, gender neutrality is when one “avoid[s] giving roles to genders and sexes in schools, the workplace, places of worship and other institutions” (Urban Dictionary). In the United States military, 15% of its soldiers are female, but there are still restrictions in specific occupations in the military that prevent women from qualifying for the job, one of those positions is direct ground combat. Since 1994 women have been prevented from serving in direct combat…

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    The South Carolina legislature couldn’t, of course, have been able to come to this conclusion when it first hoisted the rebel battle flag on the state capitol grounds (in 1961) as they were too busy contesting school…

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    distribution center and declaring it property of their leader, Mohamed Farrah Aidid. A United States Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter is hovering low within distance waiting on confirmation to engage combat but are denied clearance to do so and are forced to retreat. Throughout the next few scenes a man by the name of Ali Atto is shown, an arms dealer en route to Aidid himself however he is quickly apprehended by United States military and ultimately interrogated. It is only at this point…

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    internship thus far has been behind the scenes, mostly finding suitable placements for patients on the active discharge list. Therefore, my one on one interactions with patients has been minimal at best. However, thinking back to my first month at Western State Hospital (WSH), I remember a patient who was having trouble with being discharged. Before, I go on about this case, one should be aware that I never worked with this patient what so ever on a one on one basis. Thus, being prior service I…

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    God Is the Path to My Future I, too, shall find my new path to follow with God’s help as I have time and again throughout my life. As my life has currently lost its purpose, I ask myself, “Will I know it when I see it, will I suddenly jump for joy or feel a warm sensation throughout my body. Realistically, I know that I need to listen for the direction from God. For my path to recovery, I should listen to Elijah when he tells us he heard God’s “still small voice” (1 Kings 19:12). As I look…

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