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    Noted scientist Charles Darwin once said, " It is not the strongest of the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change." This quote is inspiring to me because all my life I have dealt with constant change, and it has structured the person I am today. As a result of my family’s military background, I have learned the importance of adapting to different environments, financial stability, and trust. I have always lived the military life, my parents were enlisted in the Air Force for 23 years. During that time we were stationed at Lakenheath Air Force Base, England, where I was born and lived there for ten years. Then we moved to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland shortly before my parents retired. Now, my husband, Kevin, is a warrant officer in the Army and has been enlisted for over 14 years. He has been on numerous deployments and is currently…

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    During my time in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, which is a branch of the United States Air Force, I have had many positive experiences. From the places I have been able to see to the people I have met, the privilege of being able to wear the uniform has provided me with better involvements and experiences than most will have in their lives. About a year and a half ago, I earned the rank of Technical Sargent, which was my greatest personal achievement to the current moment in my career.…

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    A watershed event is defined by the Oxford dictionary as an event or period marking a turning point in a course of action or state of affairs. One such watershed event that affected me professionally as well as personally was being selected to serve as an officer in the Air National Guard. After eleven years of serving as an enlisted member of both Active Duty Air Force and the Georgia Air National Guard (GANG), I applied and was selected for a commission as an officer in the GANG. At the time…

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    Military Interview Essay

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    (Merriam-Webster, 2017) Within the military, the diversity ranges from the types of missions and locations of bases, to, most importantly, the vast array of cultural, ethnic, and demographically diverse force that all have minimally one thing in common, their love of country. In my section alone, we have personnel from the Ukraine, Japan, and South America. Additionally, those that are born in the United States, joining the military and hailing from the suburbs to Philadelphia and the plains…

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    The Traffic Management Office (TMO) career field is one of many in the United States Air Force (USAF). The sections of this career field includes Passenger Travel Movement, Personal Property Movement and Cargo Movement. It generally serves members facilitating and/or initiating the transportation/movement of people, property and cargo within the USAF across the national land international locations, including members deploying and permanently changing of duty stations. TMO airmen move the Air…

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    home early form service. “He had a trick knee, so he had to come home. It was a good thing because he supported my mother all through the war.” Frank who was the oldest, “went into the sea bee 's (CB) voluntarily.” His other brother Oscar was drafted. “ He was special services, enlisted man, ended up in France during the war.” He was at the time still in high school, in the eleventh grade. “When I graduated from high school, at the age of 17 and ½.” This was the summer of '43. “A neighbor and…

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    This essay combines critical reflection with dramaturgical analysis to uncover some of the ethical questions that arose when working in applied ethnographic theatre with veterans of the US Armed Forces. In the aftermath of 9/11, theatre in the United States has grappled with the ongoing armed conflicts through a number of recent projects and initiatives performed throughout the country, including Basetrack Live (2014), Holding it Down: The Veterans’ Dreams Project (2013), and The Telling Project…

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    LeMay Thesis Major General Curtis LeMay’s role as the commander of the XXI Bomber Command influenced the victory against Japan by his ultimate success in the areas of strategic, operational and tactical levels of warfare. Without LeMay’s innovation and gallantry the United States’ air warfare tactics would have continued to be ineffective against the Japanese homeland. LeMay’s focus on the Pacific theater of operation while commanding led to the largest and most effective air raid of the war. By…

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    The Issue of Sexual Assault in the Military In 2013 there were 28,700 military members that were sexually assaulted (Cernak). It is one of the largest issues in the United States military and it is being handled very poorly. All of the militaries time and money being out towards sexual assault are being used on repetitive training that is obviously not working because the numbers of sexual assaults going the wrong direction every year. Because of this training, victims know the options…

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    sign persons enlisted compared to officer in many cases. Also to take into consideration would be their ASVAB scores to initially even have them eligible for the military. And there is data that suggests that minorities do score lower on certain tests. So either the military would have to lower their standards or see why minorities are scoring lower on military based test. The lowering of test standards could definitely be a slippery slope and have some recruits crying foul or even worse reverse…

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