Different Branches of the Military
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: After listening to my speech, the audience will understand the definitions and differences between each of our beloved military branches. Thesis: The United States military consists of five different branches: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corp, and Coast Guard. Organizational Pattern: Topical
Audience Analysis: I will be addressing college students between the ages of 18-24. This age group is still deciding on what they want to do for the rest of their life, and many do not enjoy school so the military is the next best step for them. Introduction
A. How much do you know about your military?
B. Today I’m here to speak to you about the different branches of the military, and what makes each force unique in their own ways. C. Many people want to travel the world, do things they have never done, and experience things they haven’t been able to experience in their hometown. Well, the military can do all of those things for you plus more. D. I spent five and a half years in the United States Marine Corp, and I had some of the best times of my life. E. I’m going to explain to you all five of the branches mission responsibilities, camouflage uniforms (utilities), commanders, and a fun fact. Body
A. United States Army
Also known as soldiers, established June 14th, 1775 is the largest and oldest branch of the military They’re the main ground force, and their basic function is to protect The United States by means of troops, tanks, attack helicopters, etc. The United States Census Bureau indicates that around 546,000 active duty soldiers currently serve. The Army is commanded by a four star general known as the Army Chief of Staff and his name is General Raymond Odierno. Their camouflage uniforms, also known as utilities, are made up of a grayish blue digital pattern with their rank insignia patched on the center of their chest and...
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