Samples "War"

War

John Steinbeck, in his Once There Was a War, wrote: “All war is a symptom of man’s failure as a thinking animal.” This perfectly expresses the nature of war as ultimately defying, time and again, how humanity chooses to think of itself. We insist that we are superior, and yet...

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Technology plays a key role in how the military wages war. Over the years, any change in technology led to a change on how nations conducted war between themselves. Traditionally, any change in technology affected not only the manner in which the military conducted warfare, but it also affected the...

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An enemy combatant is an individual who according to the laws is not allowed to fight in the US military battles but maneuvers his ways through with an intention of gathering military intelligence with their main aim of supplying the information to the enemies. According to the United States’ laws,...

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The president has declared war – not on any nation, but on terror itself. I am wary. His language is broad and aggressive. He has suggested that the United States will take action, not just toward the countries that terrorists come from, but also against any country that aids or...

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The identification of a significant issue for research and the formulation of a problem statement are the key to a successful quantitative investigation. In order to properly determine the problem statement which guides the research, it is necessary to understand both current gaps in the knowledge and literature as well...

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For many of the courageous men and woman who dedicate their lives to defending our country, the toughest challenge they face is often the transition back to every day life. This is reflected in their disproportionately high rates of suicide, approximately 50% higher than other civilians with similar demographic characteristics....

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Frames of War basically outlines the subjectivity of human life. Or rather, it outlines the commonly accepted basis of the value than an individual life holds. He argues that in order for a life to be of any considerable value, it must conform to the formalities of modern life. What...

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In the American Revolution, firearms were in an interesting place in their evolution, and many of the critical battles, strategies, and circumstances that made the war unique were a result of their firearm limitations and traits. Long rifles were the primary class of weapon used for battle, and at the...

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Given the Dynamics of the Potential Use of Unconventional Warfare by Enemy Forces, is there still a need for Sustained Airborne Operations and Training Unconventional warfare is the military operations conducted by the organization, training equipping and advising of enemy forces. These military groups consist of many actions that can...

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