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    Science, Technology and America’s Military When it comes to the latest and fastest computers there is one place that all that technology can be found, the United States Military. There is no doubt that the U.S. Military is one of, if not the most technologically advanced armed forces in the world. “Over our countries development we have changed from a “grind it out” fighting machine, to a more advanced, rapid tactical corps to meet the different battle situations found in today’s world.”[1]

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    Do We Really Have Freedom Of Speech? Is Freedom Of Speech a true thing? You might want to think again. Over the past couple of centuries it has changed. You used to be able to say anything and everything you wanted. Now you say something and you are immediately thrown in jail. Like what happened to Bradley Manning over the past year and a half. He released documents about military killing innocent people and what does our government do? They threw him in jail. The military did not comment on the

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    In November of 2008, LTC Jimmy Blackmon departed Fort Campbell with the soldiers of Task Force Pale Horse, enroute to Jalalabad, Afghanistan for a yearlong deployment in RC East. What awaited them could hardly be trained for in the United States, but with proper leadership and an exceptional staff Task Force Pale Horse went on to redeploy with no deaths, and received the AAAA Combat Unit of the Year award. I intend to discuss the leadership styles of LTC Jimmy Blackmon that led to the success of

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    Is the AH-64

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    The AH-64D Apache Longbow is an attack helicopter by design capable of performing multi-roles on the battlefield. When this helicopter was developed it was developed with two things in mind destruction and reconnaissance. The AH-64D is the most advanced attack helicopter in the world. This machine was built to destroy the enemy by destroying key targets on the battle field ranging from equipment, tanks, radars or personal if needed. The AH-64D is capable of multiple armament configurations. It is

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    Cobra Essay

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    interesting topic of the AH-1 Cobra came through. The Cobra struck me in a way that I now feel the need to explain how great of an asset this machine is to our country. What sources provided the best information were mostly government websites. The information found ranged from system specifications to available ammunition all the way to what countries have a contract with Bell Inc. and can use their product with their military. There will be a presentation of what packages the AH-1 Cobra comes with,

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    In the Army Aviation field, there are many different types of helicopters. There are two helicopters that go head to head as favorites. One is the AH-64 Apache and the other is the UH-60 Blackhawk. Ordinary people might say they are just helicopters, that they are both the same, but that is not the case. They both have two turbo jet engines, four main rotor blades and three main landing wheels instead of landing skids. But the reality is that as similar as they are they are also very different and

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    support, medical extraction, surveillance, extraction and infiltration of armed forces members. The apache helicopter has proven to be a major asset in the US Army in combat. Since its first flight in 1975, the apache has shown its versatility and capability in the combat field. II. Problems: The Apache Helicopter has presented reliability problems in the combat role. In Operation Desert Storm, the Apache helicopter demonstrated their combat skills but it had limited role due to its logistical support

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    The Gulf War

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    The Gulf War The Gulf War was much more than a fight to liberate Kuwait. It was the first non-conventional war; in which new, fairly new, or even experimental weapons were used. The Gulf War displayed much new technology that you will learn lots about in this paper. This paper may sound very technical, but that is what it is about, the new weapon technology vs. the conventional types of weapons used in previous wars. This paper is about the advancement of weapon technology, and how the military

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    The Comanche Helicopter Program

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    (LHX), in April 1991 the LHX program would become the Reconnaissance Attack Helicopter (RAH-66). The program was initially designed to replace all light helicopters in the Army fleet, however, this was reduced to a more attainable goal of replacing the AH-1, OH-58, and OH-6 helicopters. This program greatly enhanced the capabilities of the commander on the battlefield of the future.1 The helicopter of the future would far outclass any helicopter on the planet; boasting capabilities like fly by wire

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    Branch Orientation

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    managerial abilities to both act and lead. Aviation, Field Artillery, Armor, Infantry, Air Defense Artillery, and Chemical. Aviation Officers lead and operate using helicopters including: the OH-58 Kiowa, UH-60 Black Hawk, CH-47 Chinook, and the AH-64 Apache. With each helicopter having different specialties, aviation officers can haul troops and carry supplies, as well as provide quick-strike and long-range target engagement. In order to become an Aviation officer, one must first pass the Armed Services

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