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    Writing Effective Combat Scenes A combat scene that is well-written and well thought out adds excitement and tension to a story, whether it’s hand-to-hand combat between mortal enemies or an all-out four-army control-of-the-world skirmish of Tolkien magnitude. Writing a combat scene can be a complex process that may or may not work out, following a few simple rules can ease the headache a little by at least knowing which pitfalls to avoid. The decision to insert a fight scene into your plot

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    Phytoremediation: Using Plants To Combat a Stressed Environment Plants have long been adapting the traits necessary to survive in a wide variety of stressful environments – including areas of high salinity, extreme heat, drought, and freezing temperatures - but now, using genetic modification, scientists have been able to expand the role that plants play in the environment. With the advent of transgenic biotechnology, plants can be enhanced with qualities that not only allow them to flourish

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    Many people today believe that women should go into combat and everything will be fine. Well, that is not true. If a woman goes into hand-to-hand combat, she will create many problems for her team, which results to her team losing the battle. If you think women should not go into hand-to-hand combat, read on and find out why. Women should not go into hand-to-hand combat because of all that heavy protective gear weighing their bodies down. The protective gear is extremely heavy and is not the kind

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    In late 1990 and early 1991, thousands of American women marched off to the desert sands of the Middle East to serve in a war that brought women closer to combat than ever before. Although restricting women from occupying military jobs that would put them into direct contact with the enemy can be interpreted as a form of sex discrimination, as a female veteran of Operation Desert Storm, I believe that the restriction should remain as it is. Lifting this ban would not be a strategic move for the United

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    live ammunition from heavy weapons during combat training represents overcoming another obstacle limiting women's roles in the military. While women are integrated into boot camps, they are not allowed to serve front line combat roles. Op ponents argue that women should not be allowed in combat roles because they are not subject to the same physical training standard as men, and women do not possess the physical strength to be effective in combat roles. Based on these assumptions, opponen

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    Combat Team Reflection

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    Sir, I am honored by the privilege to once again serve in 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT). Over of the last 30 days, I had an opportunity to reconnect, and reflect on the current state of the Brigade. The 4th ABCT has a rich history of success and glory. It is my goal to put in place the systems and practices for this great organization to exceed all past and present accomplishments. As a result of my assessment, I identified three areas of focus that will improve our organization: a unit

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    natural born killer.  Do women fit any of these descriptions?  Should a woman be permitted to enter into combat situations?  Some argue that it is a woman's right to be fighting along side other men.  Others agree that by not letting women in ground troops her rights are being taken away. A woman can be anything that she wants but when she tries to prove that she is just as good as a man in combat she could be putting herself in very dangerous situations that could effect her and her unit. Many

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    Criminal Activity in the Turkish/Greek/Italian Economy and Government Efforts to Combat It Terrorism once was a threat associated primarily with the Middle East, and was not an issue for Americans and citizens of other well developed, seemingly safe nations. This faûze was shattered on September 11, 2001 when New York City, USA was viciously attacked. Terrorism skyrocketed to the forefront of every newspaper and magazine throughout the world; suddenly, terrorism was a reality for those who had

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    introduction to the ancient combat sports, he proceeds to provide a basic outline to the world of ancient combat sports in a series of sections within the chapter, including: The definition of a ‘combat sport’ and its relation to recreation and training; similarities amongst combat sports, training methods and common practise; the premise of athletic festivals, and the organization of said competition. The first area that Poliakoff studies is ‘General aspects of the ancient combat sports’ is the definition

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    Shakespeare, intending for his plays to be performed as well as published, included the idea of trial by combat in many of his works. During his time, men valued their honor. Based on their friendships and alliances, English men upheld that honor through combat. Because audiences enjoyed the action of one character fighting another, the writer included several duels in his literary works. Shakespeare’s play Much Ado About Nothing reflects the history, philosophy, and offenses marked with a duel;

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