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    War fighting in the United States consisted of sending all the branches of the Armed Forces to the location of the threat and to maintain and defeat the enemy. Since 9/11, the military has been stretched thin trying to neutralize every issue around the globe. During Operation Enduring Freedom, the United States and their allies invaded Afghanistan trying to bring Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda to just for their suspected involvement of the terrorist attack in New York. This operation also was to strike

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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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    your weapons while in combat. The automatic weapons, of course, remain more accurate in bursts – one to three shots at a time – but get more inaccurate as you continue to fire. Also, they are more accurate while walking or standing still, and even more while crouching. However, something that isn't exactly realistic is the inability to look down the sights of your weapon unless there is a scope. In reality, you would be able to look down the sights to improve accuracy in combat. Also, the scope on

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    intelligence officers, and clerks. Some women who weren't in the military served in Vietnam in the Red Cross, United Service Organizations, Catholic Relief Services, and other humanitarian organizations. Military women were not allowed to be deployed to combat zones in Vietnam in the first two years of the war, even though many of them requested to fight alongside the men. Also, there were an overload of women in nursing and clerical position...

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    before battle, guided, or “smart” weapons, and other hardware that is technologically superior to what the opposition has. “Simulators have been in use by the military since the Second World War, when they were first developed to train pilots for combat.”[2] A simulator is a device used to mimic real world situations in order to better train and prepare people, for things that they might encounter. The most commonly heard of simulator is for flight training, but nowadays, the military ...

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    Benefits of expanding women’s roles in the military On the other hand, necessity for women to be in combat roles is a benefit for the expansion of women’s roles in the military. Segal says it herself, that the integration of women into the military during war time was because of necessity. Since the military desperately needed more people to join the military during World War I, they had to allow women to join. For women, this was the first time there was widespread inclusion for women because there

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    In the times of war enormous physical and mental burdens are bestowed onto every soldier’s shoulders. From the course of the history, it can be noted, that downed and captured airmen during the WWII were the ones who were burdened the most. And it was their individual characteristics, military training and being a valuable part of distinct military culture that endowed them with the ability to persevere. As the utmost testimony of strength and endurance, their memory serves as an example and a tool

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    Beowulf, an Anglo-Saxon epic translated by Burton Raffel, centers around a hero called Beowulf. Beowulf possesses great strength and decides take upon many adventures in order to prove his power. Beowulf then travels around looking to establish his power and decides to prove it by killing three creatures: Grendel, Grendel’s mother, and the Dragon. In order to provide the story of Beowulf the original composer used many literary archetypes. The Warriors Journey to Save His People archetype is displayed

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    Marcus Luttrell is the hero that brought hope back to all SEAL/S members. He was awarded the Navy Cross for combat heroism in 2006 by President Bush. While fighting for our country, his whole SEAL/S team was killed right before his eyes. Missing in action for five days, he was badly hurt and was cared for by the Pashtuns. Marcus displays a variety of the IB Learner Profile such as; caring, knowledgeable, and principled. Being a caring person is one of the many traits that SEAL/S members must possess

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    Women and the Draft

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    impact in the military in the way of social interactions. In the military physical strength and endurance is a major element to nearly every task. Having endurance and sustainable strength is very vital in many instances but most importantly in the combat zone. Men are physically stronger and can tolerate more than women naturally. Hypothetically if there was a situation where a troop was injured and needed to be carried out of a fighting zone it would make more sense for a man to carry the troop out

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