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    army

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    In Pharaoh's Army by Tobias Wolff is a war memoir that shares Wolff's experiences as a US Army officer in the Vietnam War. Similar to E.B Sledge in Good Bye To All That, who was a U.S Marine that fought in Japan during world war two, these memoir's gives the pain suffered during this difficult period of time in their lives. E.B sledge went through numerous obstacles to enlisted in the Marine Corps, similar to Wolff In Pharaoh's Army joining the military to be involved in something major that will

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    Army to College

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    From Army to College As the bus entered the heavily guarded military instillation, I gazed upon the sign that read, "Be All that You Can Be." When the bus stopped, several angry Drill Instructors boarded and began introducing us to a very colorful vocabulary, usually reserved for drunken Sailors. They instructed us to gather our belongings, get off the bus and assemble in a circular formation. As I searched for the strength to get up, I found myself moving, while several Drill Instructors yelled

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    Women in the Army

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    Women in the army that extends over 400 years into the past throughout a large amount of cultures and nations. Although women are not allowed in the combat field but they play an important role in the army. About 33,000 jobs of the positions in the army are closed to woman because they were units that were designated as direct ground combat. That will change this year in units that are not under army special operations. This paper will tell you how woman played an important in the army in the past

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    join the army

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    I retired from the Army last year July 1, 2004. After spending 23 years in the Army, I would encourage any young man or woman to join. The Army was a great experience, and I would do it all over again if given the opportunity. The benefits I received made it well worth the occasional sacrifice. Some of the benefits are full time employment, money for college, free health care, Learning new skills, and the pride of knowing you are serving your country. While in the Army I earned decent money, 30 days

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    Army Girl

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    Army girl “I can so do it!” yelled Katie. “You’re only a girl,” replied Ben in an aggressive tone of voice. Following Ben’s sarcasm, Katie screamed louder. Katie is a typical girl who surfs every chance she gets; she also loves playing sport & in general loves life. Ben on the other hand has nothing in common with Katie but just likes hanging out with her. Katie wants to join the army but everyone thinks it is some joke or dare so no one really takes her seriously however Katie gets more determined

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    Seven Army Values

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    In the U.S Army all soldiers are taught everyday to live by the Seven Army Values. Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage short for “LDRSHIP”. U.S soldiers are taught to memorize and train these Seven Values. They are taught that these Seven Values must play an important role in their lives. They are also played outside the army and in their personal lives. In some cases some people do not understand or realize the importance of these 7 army values. In many ways

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    War and the Love Army

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    War and the Love Army From the very beginning of my life, I knew the war of being part of a fearful society. Indigo skin covered my body at my birth. The lack of oxygen caused me to have cerebral palsy. When my father realized I could not walk normally, it devastated him. The torment from strangers paled in comparison to what I received from my father. He mimicked me in public. He screamed at me to straighten my legs and walk right. When the doctors gave me simple stretches to do, my father

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    Brainwash Training in the Army I never would have imagined I would leave the Army brainwashed. Everyone has the preconception that basic training would be kind of hard and that you would leave in shape. Everyone finds boot camp challenging, and the reward you get for completing it? You leave a brainwashed killer. I joined the Army National Guard while I was a senior in high school. I was tired of Bristol and my unfulfilling life in Tennessee. I could not wait to leave and go far away from

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    The US Army

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    explain that since the attack of September 9, 2001, the potentiality and strength of US army has declined over recent years and the number of civilian in US army has grown considerably. Therefore, the US army has the best force for large, conventional theater operations, but not the best force for current and future fights because of the rise of new kind of warfare. So, it is important to state that the US Army has over the last decade keep up with the spate of change through force development, technology

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    Army Culture

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    Profession is defined as work done by a group with developed expertise in a certain field. Professions are often a trusted service to others and not just an occupation. The Army has been considered both a profession and an occupation, depending on the view of those we serve. Page one of the white paper states, “Our client, the American people, gets to make the judgement of the extent to which we are a profession and they will do so based on the bond of trust we create with them based on the ethical

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