flooding in the New York and New Jersey locale, with crest levels of 11 to 13 feet (3 to 4 m) at the Battery. A couple of days out, the National Weather Service precisely gauge the 2-3 feet (simply under a meter) of snow heaping up in Appalachia in West Virginia.  Storm Sandy was the deadliest and most ruinous hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, and also the second-costliest tropical storm in United States history. In the U.S., Sandy slaughtered 117 individuals from Oct. 28 through Nov.
After decades of civil war, Sri Lanka is a war torn nation on a path for rebuilding and establishing itself on the world stage. Senior Enlisted leaders should be familiar with Sri Lanka, because of the diplomatic, military, and economic relationship Sri Lanka has with the United States. This paper will discuss the background, government, strategic importance, and the future direction of Sri Lanka. Background The country of Sri Lanka is located in Southern Asia 18 nautical miles to the south east
beginning of 1947, relations with the Soviet Union had become more troubled and just bad. Stalin in 1946 said that international peace was impossible and” under present capitalist development of the world economy.” This statement urged the state department to send an urgent request to George F. Kennan, diplomat and political analyst stationed at U.S. embassy in Moscow. Kennan replied and insisted that the assumptions made by former president Roosevelt but dangerously unlikely to happen about Soviets
Confederate army, which consisted of southern states whom supported slavery. The Civil War is what began the idea of civil rights, but the Reconstruction Era is where civil rights of African Americans came into action. The Reconstruction Era was the rebuilding of the south, but also the beginning of the civil rights movement. Much of Reconstruction dealt with Lincoln and Johnson’s views against the Radical Republicans and congress. Lincoln believed that the Civil War was just a conflict between the north
1970s, the Japanese began making quality a priority. This priority was not just invoked at the management level, it descended into the very depths of the manufacturing industry. They had received help from a few American consultants during their rebuilding phase after the war. In just a short 30 years, they were able to raise their quality standards to that of Benchmark proportions. By the 1980s U.S. manufacturers, particularly auto manufactures, awoke and realized that they, too, would have to