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    Whether you are pro-war or anti-war, many lives were affected by the Vietnam War. There’s no doubt the Vietnam War will forever be a known as a debatable war. I continually find the inside information intriguing; to view a personal perspective expands your mentality to accept various viewpoints. Obviously, being directly involved in the war is honorable. Several elements of the war were fascinating, although; what I found extremely appealing were the Guerilla Tactics and The Siege of Khe Sanh. Additionally, learning about certain measures the troops endured on either side was heart wrenching. Troops from either side generally had their own classified maneuvers regarding their plan of attack including Vietcong. The military division for the…

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    China 's Military History and Culture Introduction The history of China was shaped by armed conflicts and wars. Especially, China’s military history can be dated back to 2200 BC and divided into the following periods that are before 1911, the period of the Republic of China and the People 's Liberation Army (PLA) (Graff & Higham, 2012). Noteworthy, most of the imperial dynasties in China were established from successful battles. However, the great peasant rebellion and the collapse of the…

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    They have very few occurrences of individually bought and sold products, although one example of this was in the end of the famine in the mid 90s, when people were allowed to buy and sell food. The government sets all standards for prices and amounts of products produced, creating horribly distorted prices. “As the main source of employment, the state determines wages” meaning that whatever the government pays its worker is whatever they get. The entire economic system is highly centralized, and…

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    Today’s China is different from the past. It already has better army, navy, air force and weapons. For example, in the World War 2 , many countries had their own tank, battleship, aircraft and aircraft carry,but China only could borrow them from another country which already had such advanced technology. In China, they joined the war without any advanced machines. Nowadays, China is different from the rest, they already have their own army, navy and air force. They can make their own tank,…

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    In the recent years China has risen to become one of the largest growing world powers of the developing world. Their massive economy helped them achieve colossal strides in developing and maintaining their intense industrialization of their country. However, in recent events China has shifted some focus away from their economy to their military forces. Building up and modernizing its military might with intent on securing their interests abroad and domestically. In this paper I plan to discuss…

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    of thought regarding this practice. One is being able to operate independently give the PLA the ability to make decisions without having to confer with other agencies which allows for a more rapid response. On the other hand, without having an alternate agency working in concert, such as the CIA and the military, the room for error increases due to a lack of checks and balances. Another major different between the Chinese and the United States is the manner in which information is collected.…

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    his father 's fourth son. North Korea has one of the strictest discipline policies in the world, going against Kim Jong Un or disrespecting him could have possibly outcomes of you ending up in Jail, most likely having to serve out as a prisoner for a long period of time or even getting the death sentence. Even with an oppressed society, that is very visible to others revolution seems as if it will never come to North Korea because the North Korean keeps everyone in line through fear tactics.…

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    “He had a way of touching your elbow or shoulder, upping his chin with a slight jerk and crowding into his eye such a warmth of blessing… he made you feel you’d contributed a boon to the whole human race” (“Douglas MacArthur” 1). MacArthur came from a background of a strict military upbringing. His father and grandfather were both generals and being raised on a military base MacArthur was destined to be a part of the United States military. His life was shaped and structured, but he had a…

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    Kim is an extremely hard and productive worker. During the course of her daily duties, she is always working on some type of project and has little downtime. One major project that Kim has been very passionate about this year was a purge on old firearms. Kim has invested a tremendous amount of work organizing, categorizing, researching, and documenting firearms that are in need of destruction. Outside of these extracurricular projects Kim is meticulously detail orientated. She ensures that even…

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    relationship between Church and state.Through my research I found that the struggles of modern day warfare forced chaplains to find a balance between their relationships with soldiers and their loyalty to their faith by intertwining the two and seeking a deeper relationship with God, even in the most challenging moments of their profession. The United States Chaplain Corps draws its history and conception from the battles fought for freedom in the Civil War. Throughout the war, a chaplain was…

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