The Tuskegee Airmen fought in two wars one against overseas enemies, and one against racism within the American military. Rudy Leon is the secretary of defense and gave a speech on their achievements in aviation. "Together the Tuskegee Airmen and the Organization of Black Airline Pilots have much to be proud of, and it's wonderful to come here and be reminded of how much you've accomplished in schools, in communities, and for the young men and women who serve in uniform, and to see how much energy and enthusiasm you are bringing to your new endeavors." (de Leon) The Airman were awarded for their achievements in ethnicity, and attitudes among races.They were involved in many military organization such as armorers, bombardiers, engineers, navigators, and maintenance and supply personnel. The airman fought two wars, one against overseas enemies, and one against racism within the American military.
He visibly shows his patriotism and his fascination for military history as he recounts stories of World War 2 and the War of 1812 and speaks highly of countries achievements of helping rebuild Europe after the war and gaining independence for colonies held by Japan during the war. He uses imagery, contrasting ideas, and quotes from other historians or Americans to back up his messages he tries to convey to his readers. His background also influenced him very heavily in his writing as well and was what encouraged him to keep on writing to the very end.
Colonel Walter McCreary and Colonel Elmer Jones were there to share the spotlight they deserved. They left a lasting legacy to aviators and support personnel. In his book "Lonely Eagles", Dr. Robert A. Rose tells there story of America’s black pilots in World War II. The book is a story of true patriotism, remarkable combat skills.
One of the big names people recognize from World War II was Winston Churchill, as he was Britain’s inspirational leader through the war. Churchill was a large factor why the Allies won World War II, and he indeed made many significant contributions in the war. To begin with, Winston Churchill led Britain through the war, although there were both good and bad times. Secondly, Churchill always encouraged his soldiers to never give up, establishing a gutsy attitude. Finally, Winston Churchill stood up to the Nazis and would refuse to surrender to Adolf Hitler.
Even though Lindbergh was most famous for his transatlantic flight and winning the Orieg Prize he is also honored for his expertise in aviation and promoting “good will” throughout the Latin American countries. He is also given partial credit for such creations as the Boeing 747. Lindbergh was also a great combat pilot in World War II when fighting against the Japanese as a civilian. That is how Charles Lindbergh became one of the world’s greatest heroes.
His main skill was being a great orator to the British nation encouraging them to do better. He gave great speeches in order to prepare the British for WW1. He also a brilliant military leader. His skills came from Sandhurst. Churchill was prime minister for a while since the British loved him so much.
“We gather tonight knowing that this generation of heroes has made the United States safer and more respected around the world” (Obama). He continues to express his gratitude for the American troops for... ... middle of paper ... ...in topics that I believed needed more emphasis, but that may have been due to the fact that I was the secondary audience and Congress was the primary. All in all, I believe that Obama’s message and general purpose of calling Congress to action was successful. In conclusion, I believe Obama’s State of Union address was flawless in the terms of his vocal variety, his content strength and the way he presented possible solutions of problems to his audience. His speech was tailored to address congress as well as secondary audience, the rest of the nation.
Military officer training has always placed tremendous value in leadership development. The goal is to build transformation leaders. “Transformational leadership promotes positive and meaningful changes in people, teams, organizations, nations, and societies.” These leaders articulate a vision, company values, challenge the old way of doing things, and encourage continuous improvement. The discussions of transformational leadership in the Air Force often leads to Brigadier General William "Billy" Mitchell, United States Army. General Mitchell was one of the most controversial and outspoken proponents of aviation during post war period of the 1920s-1930s.
All in all, George Washington was an American hero who could overcome anything as a leader. With traits such as leadership, courage and the ability to live independently, he really established a great foundation for future Americans. I think, and hope, people will continue to recognize the things that Washington did for this country. From being the first President, to fighting in the American Revolutionary War, Washington is an American hero that stands out from the rest of our nation’s leaders.
147) These poems were very effective in influencing American’s because within the works, the ideas of patriotism were so strong that it persuaded many young men to join the armed forces. Propaganda was a very successful method used by the government in influencing the minds of American’s during the first major world war. During this time period the people’s minds were very susceptible to it, and propaganda was used perfectly used to structure many Americans minds. The reasons why it was so successful were that it targeted certain groups of people, there were many different types of it, and it was spread amongst the people effortlessly. The effect of all of this was that there was enough support, money, and soldiers to enter the war and eventually America did just that.