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    I Became a Model Cadet

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    I Became a Model Cadet Dr. Laust’s Comments: This student's assignment was to write a personal narrative essay describing an event that dramatically affected her life. Her choice of narrating her rise in the ranks of JROTC is unique, interesting, and very appropriate for the assignment. She does a very nice job of using specific details to describe aspects of the experience as well as employing dialog to accent her account. The reader gets a clear sense of the impact this event had on her

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    For example, the compulsion to mistreat women is a common mindset shared by the cadets in The Citadel. In reference to this behavior Ron Vergnolle, a Citadel graduate, mentioned a specific anecdote about a cadet, “There was also a cadet who boasted widely that, as vengeance against an uncooperative young woman, he smashed the head of her cat against a window as she watched in horror. ‘The cat story,’ Vergnolle

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    Yossarian's commanding officer, Colonel Cathcart, wanted a promotion so badly that he kept raising the number of missions the men in his squadron were required to fight. Yossarian resented this very much, but he couldn't do anything about it because a bureaucratic trap, known as catch-22, said that the men did not have the right to go home after they completed forty missions (the number of missions the Army demands they fly) because they had to obey their commanding officers. Yossarian was controlled

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    during world war two is a big part of why I want to be an Army officer. When I first got to college I needed a way to pay for school, so I enlisted in the Army Reserves and was shipped out to basic combat training. At basic combat training I learned of the differences between an officer and an enlisted soldier. I had a phenomenal company commander who was a ROTC cadet who told me all about the program and the responsibilities of an officer. Once I returned from basic combat training I got in contact

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    Erwin Rommel

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    athletically. After high school, Rommel Jr. was thinking of applying to the Zeppelin works at Friederichshafen, but his father, an ex-artillery officer, advised him to go to the army instead. In July, 1910, Rommel became a cadet with the 124th Wurttemberg Infantry Regiment in the 26th Infantry Division of the German Imperial Infantry. He served as cadet in the Army until March 1911. Then he attended the prestigious military academy Konigliche Kriegsschule in Danzig and he left the academy in November

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    pride in working. Working as a police officer could solve this problem. I am interested being a cop because I enjoy being a helping hand to others, also because as a cop my job will vary every day, and I will continue to increase my knowledge and my skills to save and change life’s. This paper will explore the job description, requirement and salary expectation, including the career path for a police officer. First, the job description for a police officer includes many aspects. To begin, the general

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    From a very young age, I was intrigued as to how everything around me worked. From what makes Vehicles move to how images appear on a screen. It wasn't until I began to learn Physics in school, that I was given a more detailed understanding of how all the instrumental parts come together, to create a piece of machinery as simple as a Light Switch. It is one of those objects we use every single day, however it is unlikely that the average person gives much thought to what is behind the wall, what

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    combat capacities such as armor, infantry, and special forces-branches from which much of the senior leadership is drawn. "In 1994, the annual Navywide Personnel Survey included questions on women's role for the first time. Some 65 percent of officers and almost 50 percent of enlisted respondents said they did not think women were fully accepted in combat roles. While approximately 80 percent said harassment was not tolerated at their command, almost half of all respondents disagreed that everyone

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    nursing my last beer. The officers I worked with smoked dope and confiscated tattoo guns for their own use? It made no sense to me. Using the same tattoo gun an inmate had used? That was just wrong. I needed to find a better class of friends. But where? I was working in the worse hell-hole prison in the State. A few months later, Captain Antana told me that Donnie had been pimping Ginger for extra cash. And, that she had spread a nasty venereal disease to several officers. Donnie was bad news. Lucky

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    . Everything is done one purpose. Lord of the Flies is set during the time of the second world war where one in ten people that were killed was a child. Over 2 million children were taken away from their homes and were sent to live with strangers, surviving on rations and being taught how to use gas mask. Safety procedures to prepare for the worst. Because British land was being attacked by German bombs children were being rushed out and sent off to without a clue where they were going or whether

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