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    A Soldier

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    turn my head and walk away. Yes, my chosen profession is that of a soldier. A soldier by definition trains to be proficient in war and in the ability to cause destruction in the most efficient way possible. Perhaps this is why the soldier is also the one who most hates war and fighting. It is he who must carry the burden, endure the hardships, the pain, and the anguish of being the bringer of destruction. This same soldier who after months of living in a hostile environment, surviving the manmade

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    Soldier

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    If you are a solider and you have trouble making that distinction you will not be a solider for very long because you probably died in the first battle. Originally riddled with indecision, eventually replaced with bullets because of it. Part of a soldiers training is psychological conditioning, in which you are trained to hate the faceless enemy of your country, race, nation, origin, or religion. Is that hate justifiable? In most cases no, but it is still VERY necessary for a common solider, because

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    child soldiers

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    through abduction. “During their abduction children may be beaten, raped, tortured, or forced to carry out acts of violence against family members to avoid being killed themselves.” (Machel p. 33) Once taken, children must choose between becoming a soldier or being killed. Children may also volunteer to join armed groups through desperation. Poverty and hunger are strong motivators; some children join simply for a daily meal and clothing. “Children may also volunteer because they are promised prestige

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    Soldier Readiness

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    that contributes to Readiness. Each Soldier needs an individual training plan. The plan should take the Soldier from enlistment to discharge or retirement. It is each Soldiers responsibility to be proficient in their field craft. This includes being fit mentally and physically, and trained to win in a complex world. It is the responsibility of the NCO to train these Soldiers. Unit training plans will address the readiness and resilience of individual Soldiers to ensure their fitness to accomplish

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    Becoming A Soldier

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    Becoming a soldier The clock was ringing so loudly, it was like he was actually screaming at me. I reached my hand and slapped it. I did not want the night to be over already. I knew that this morning would be very long and grueling, the morning that I have been waiting for in a great fear for several months. It was the morning I was drafted to the army. In Israel, every boy and girl who reaches eighteen have to join the army. It is mandatory and it is for a minimum of three years for boys and a

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    Letter to Soldier

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    Letter to Soldier When faced with obstacles in life, people rely on their family and friends to give them support and encouragement. Sometimes, family members can seem harsh and unkind, but their intentions are sincerely good. Mothers will always disapprove of their son’s choice in girlfriends, but she will shed tears of joy at the wedding. Fathers will never like their sons-in-law, but they still tell their daughters that they will find the perfect man. Thirty-year old men will always be treated

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    A soldiers Tale

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    You are on a small boat, cramped with scruffy men outfitted in full combat gear. Nervous and pensive they shift about, while you stand and wonder, “What the hell is going to happen to me?” Suddenly, an older man yells, “Get ready! We’re going in!” The boat slows down, and a ringing bell goes off. The front ramp slowly opens forward…and then all hell breaks loose. A hail of bullets rips and thunders, tearing up your comrades into pieces of flesh and organs, spewing forth the liquid of life. Yet you

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    The Horror that Are Child Soldiers

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    world (Kaplan). These children are called child soldiers. A child soldier is classified as a person enlisted in an army or militia that is under the age of eighteen. (11 Facts). They are recruited into armies for many different reasons and used for many different tasks. There are a number of countries that children are forced to fight in such as Columbia, Myanmar, Iraq, and many more (11 Facts/Kaplan). Children should not be forced to be soldiers in war because it puts young lives at risk. Children

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    Soldiers Carry Analysis

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    such a peaceful place? Well, it’s because each country has its soldiers to sacrifice their lives to protect the country, In other words, soldiers are exchanging their lives for peace in the country. In the story The Things They Carried, the author Tim O’Brien draws his own experience of fighting in the Vietnam War into the story. In the story, O’Brien lists the items that each of the soldiers carries, and sense that the items the soldier carry have their significant meanings and role for warfare. Therefore

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    Sherwood, OR. Our class has debated over whether or not child soldiers deserve amnesty for the crimes they committed while in combat. There are many who are worthy of this, mainly because of the fact that they were captured, drugged, and forced to watch a violent movie before entering the battlefield. It is unjust to punish people who were given no other choice in whether they enlisted in the army or not. While it is true that some child soldiers have been known to volunteer in the army out of patriotism

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