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    full metal jacket

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    it appear very glamorous. Both have strong male leads who it appears live in a strange masculine realm where everyday rules do not necessarily apply to everyday people. This concept is always appealing to males because even if they were never in combat they feel as if they have “experienced” it. Both ...

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    actually engages in combat, his second combat experience and the second day of battle. The entire reason Henry Fleming joined the army was to become a hero. He was completely blind to the Union’s cause as a whole and was looking more for personal achievement and well-being. This is depicted in the quote “his province was to look out, as far as he could, for his personal comfort.” Henry’s plans of heroism and bravery are cut short when his regiment does not enter actual combat, but rather continues

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    wasn 't experienced in games like this one. Maybe that 's why I really liked it; it was a fun and unique experience to say the least. There 's great value in the combat of this game, which is very solid. Combat There 's a variety of different moves to choose from, which makes the fight feel very realistic. I had only one issue with the combat, which can be fixed in the next game, or so I hope. You can kick, punch, strangle, or even bite, but there are rules for that last one, of course. The game is

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    Have you ever wondered about women in the military? Women now have the ability to serve their country. Men have been able to serve in the military since the first battle. Women did not have that choice. Because of this mark in history, men are more likely to join. It took a long time for people to accept women in the military. It provides sacrifice, standards to follow, having the choice of serving or not, the joy of achieving one goal and the honor of serving. Pride, honor and sacrifice are the

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    Movie Review: What Rambo Means

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    Movie Review: What Rambo Means In his modern installment of the Rambo series, Sylvester Stallone brings a new twist on a familiar story. John Rambo is caught up in a struggle between both an easily identifiable enemy and himself. The Burmese military proves easy to vanquish while the battle with his own morals seem far more formidable. His prior experiences have led him to believe that war will always cause trouble and that trying to eradicate it is futile. When he observes the efforts of the

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    United States Army Weapons Intelligence Teams (WIT) play a crucial role in the intelligence gathering of the weapons systems that the enemy employs on today’s battlefield. It is because of these specialized teams of Soldiers and the unique skills they possess that we, as an Army, have been able to develop and implement Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) that have saved countless American and Coalition Forces lives. The very first Weapons Intelligence Teams began their initial training at

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    epic hero who jeopardized his life innumerable times for an unforgettable brilliance, but also for the wellbeing of others. Beowulf an idol in the judgements of his companions through his astonishing corporal métier. He brawled in plentiful combats and kept conquering from each but the last. One of the

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    Learning to Fight

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    I was the oldest of two boys which means I didn’t have a big brother to call on if I got into trouble with other guys in the neighborhood that were bigger, but my brother had me and the guys he wanted me to whip in most cases had bigger brother’s. Which most of the times were already looking for me because of what he had said I would do to them for picking on my little brother? Now that I think about it not wanting to be considered a coward I guess I fought subconsciously knowing it was better

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    “Women in Combat” Women have served in the United States military in varying capacities since the revolutionary war. On June 12, 1948 the “Women’s Armed Serves Integration Act” was passed, enabling women to serve as permanent members in all branches of the military. Prior to this law being passed many women served in the military without being able to receive the benefits that come along with military service. More recently the military has attempted to integrate women into all job rolls within the

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    When someone asks one to think of a hero, one will often think of Ironman, Superman, Spiderman, or Hulk. People with amazing powers and incredible costumes. Heroes are strong, mighty, and protect the innocent and helpless. There are many different heroes; however, one would not usually think of Beowulf, or other fairytale characters. Although not on the top of the list, Beowulf is nothing short of a hero. Beowulf possesses many characteristics of a hero such as strength, compassion, empathy, courage

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