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    Before 1951, the Army and Navy operated under laws derived directly from the British Articles of War in force prior to the Revolutionary War (Pound 2002). In those days, soldiers and sailors possessed few rights. The old system enforced discipline rather than justice. Punishments ranged from execution, flogging and hard labor with ball and chain. The changes began. In 1850, the Navy outlawed flogging. After World War I, the three levels of courts were introduced and continue to this day. These are

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    Catch 22 and a few good men Catch-22 is a novel about the Second World War. It is set on the island of Pianosa, which is off the coast of Italy. It is set in the end of the war while the Germans are on the run and being pushed out of Italy. The book focuses on a bomb group, more specifically a squadron in which a bombardier named Yossarian is assigned to. Yossarian is very upset because all these people he doesn’t even know (the Germans) are trying to kill him. The novel is very hard

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    The Not-So-Honest Man in The Fifty-Dollar Bill The main character in Donald Hall’s "The Fifty-Dollar Bill" has spent most of his life trying to live up to his honest reputation. When he is accused of trying to bribe a person at the Judge Advocate General’s office, he tries to convince himself and everyone else that it was just an "unfortunate coincidence" (Hall 958). However, the evidence shows that it was more than just a coincidence and that his actions were intentional. The narrator goes

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    Judge Advocate General

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    Judge Advocate General (JAG): These words represent greatness not only in the military world but in the civilian realm too. JAG officers have that type of toughness that is just giving to make you want to respect them. A JAG officer to earn respect in the military. Being a JAG officer lets an individual have an outstanding career due to the toughness of the selection process and also because of all of the hard work that this career requires. The research describes and evaluates everything from the

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    Religious Accommodation Policy Change

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    Religious Accommodation Policy Change All branches of military service can fully expect full-length beards, tattoos, piercings, and turbans amongst the ranks of military service members while in uniform! Senior leaders should be aware of Department of Defense (DOD) policy change in regards to religious accommodations of service members, because of the impact these changes will have on all branches of the armed forces of the United States. This paper will state the background related to the DOD

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    and knew how to use make-up, wear elegant dresses and walk beautifully on heels. When Sandra Day O'Connor was eight years... ... middle of paper ... ... all male. In addition, Sandra Day O'Connor being in the Supreme Court showed that female judges should be as privileged as their male associates are. O'Connor was not just a woman justice, but a leader for all. She did her jobs well and efficiently. We should all praise Sandra Day O'Connor for not fitting into a stereo type, but stepping out

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    A Few Good Men Analysis

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    The movie I chose to watch was A Few Good Men directed by Rob Reiner and written by Aaron Sorkin. A few good men is about military law primarily. The case that the movie revolves around starts off with two marines stationed at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. In the first scene of the movie it show’s marine Lance Corporal Harold W. Dawson and PFC Louden Downey beating up one of their fellow marines on base. The movie begins with the scene of the crime. The marine being beaten was PFC William T

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    The Philosophy of a Warrior

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    There exist only three respectable beings: the priest, the warrior, the poet. To know, to kill, and to create. -Charles Baudelaire The concept of a warrior has changed little in history; one who fights to defend his or her ideals or society. Yet the methods and tools of a warrior have evolved into something more complex and dynamic today. From the three novels—The Nibelungenlied, Njal’s Saga, and Beowolf—readers are exposed to the concept of a warrior in vastly different contexts. First

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