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Airforce Special Operations

Special Operations (SO) involves the utilization of small units in military engagements which are aimed at strategic or operational objectives. These units are known for their success in missions involving indirect actions as well as direct offensive success. They require specially trained, highly skilled personnel, who are capable of operating...

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Cause and Effects of Gulf War Syndrome

During August of 1990, the United States and coalition forces from other countries arrived in Kuwait in order to drive the invading Iraq army out. The coalition forces were able to win the war with a low casualty rate, but returned home with mysterious symptoms (Pascual, 2016). A wide range...

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The Bear Went Over the Mountain: Soviet Combat Tactics in Afghanistan

The Bear Went Over the Mountain is a prime example of the experiences that military officers are subjected to when they are at war. In this case, the military officers of Russia were engaged in counterinsurgency measures against the mujahideen in Afghanistan. While the book is in itself simple and...

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Russian War

IntroductionDuring the late 1800s, Russia was one of the most populated countries in the world. It was also well endowed with natural resources. However, Russia remained economically undeveloped because of the resistant to change by the government of that time (Zum.de, 2000). The Russian society was made up of the...

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Greco-Persian Wars

In the second half of VI century B.C., Persia became a powerful slave state. Having conquered Phoenicia, Palestine, Babylonia, Egypt, and all of Asia Minor, the next political task was the conquest of Greece. Part of Greece bowed before the Persian king, but some cities - mainly Athens and Sparta...

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Invisible War: A Look Inside Military Sexual Assault

The groundbreaking documentary Invisible War takes an investigative and emotional look into incidents of rape and sexual assault in the military where thousands of service women are victimized by their colleagues and, in some instances, even their superiors. This award-winning documentary sheds light on the growing issue of sexual harassment...

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Chinese Civil War

The role of Chinese ideology in civil warPolitical ideologies play vital roles in the struggle for certain things. This is because the ideology is typified by beliefs that united people of a particular region (Davis, 2011). If the beliefs are clear, then, it is likely that the war will be...

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The Great War and its Poetry

The Great War brought about passionate feelings in all that it touched - from soldiers in the fray to the families left behind to mind the home. There were many who truly believed in the cause and saw it to be a battle of good against evil. For those American...

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Cyberwar

There has been numerous advances in technology for the last few decades. Several breakthrough in technology have been realized in various sectors of the economy such as telecommunication, banking, and general communication. In addition, further innovation are also on the way marking a continuous era of technology innovation and advancement....

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“Survival: Infantry” and “Eighth Air Force”

In Poets of World War II, Harvey Shapiro compiles the work of over sixty poets in illustrating the events World War II. Many of these poets served in the armed forces in the infantry, or even in air combat. Two poets, Randall Jarrell and George Oppen, illustrate their own experiences...

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History of Aircraft

Aircraft has advanced greatly since the initial conception of the fixed-wing aircraft first introduced over two centuries ago by an English baron. It is, however, still interesting to emerge into history and see how the human mastering of the open air space began, and how ancient Deadalus and his son...

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IQ Tests go to War/Measuring Intelligence in the Army

According to the History Matters web site and the sample test provided as an illustration of IQ tests given to World War I veterans, this was a means to measure intelligence in both veterans and potential immigrants. After taking this sample test, I missed 6 out of 20 questions, making...

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American Involvement in the Cold War

The reasons why the Cold War between the USA, the Soviet Union and other participants started were complex and hard to identify independently. The main reason was the ideological difference between the two models of society. The first one was socialistic and the second one was capitalistic. The causes of...

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Spanish-American War

Although the U.S. was not planning to interfere in the conflict between Cuba and Spain, several factors urged the government to change its mind. On February 15, 1898, the USS Maine, which was sent by the American government to Havana, exploded. The American press reacted to this event very aggressively,...

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The Cold War

The first Red Scare began shortly after World War I, a propagated the fear of radicalism, and it was the aftermath of World War II which exemplified a further fear of people with a political belief which was judged to be the anthesis of the basic principle of the Constitution...

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Death in War

The Post Second World War literature heralded a new outlook in the literal world with authors focusing on darker themes (Augustyn, 2011). The horror that had visited the world had profound implications on authors and how they perceived the society. Joseph Heller in his book Catch-22 employed satirized the soldier...

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War, Peace and Development

Scholars in economics, sociology, international relations and political science note the changing dynamics of socioeconomic development in the world (Berger & Weber, 2009; Collier, 2004; Milanovic, 2005). Of particular concern are the rising developmental inequities that have become quite visible by the beginning of the new millennium. Putting it simply,...

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