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Ananda Adhikari Mr. Meixner English 4A, Period 4th 26 December 2012 My Dream to Be a Navy Every teenage has something common things that their parent has asked them about what they want to be when they grew up. Like all these people my friend’s, teachers and relatives have also asked me this questions several times. And the answers for this question is just simple for me because I have no idea about what I want to be in a future so I just end of saying I want to be computer specialist, historian...

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Effects of Obesity in the United States Navy

tilted to the side? Does he look like the sailor on the Cracker Jack box? That used to be the image of the U. S. Sailor back when the Greatest Generation was fighting during World War II. Now, all a person has to do is go online and search U. S. Navy Sailor in the search engine and they will find unlimited pictures and videos of sailors doing every day things as well as supporting our interests around the world. With the invention of the World Wide Web, sailors are not only asked to do their jobs...

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Military Bearing

In the United States NAVY, military bearing is the root in which every service member practices in order to carry out good discipline and ethics throughout ones military careers. The Eleven General Orders of a Sentry, The Articles of the UCMJ, as well as our own Sailors Creed illustrates how a military service member should conduct himself or herself on a daily basis, on and off duty. Dependability is a major aspect of military bearing. Without dependability, one can neither perform properly...

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Organizational Culture

certain core values and beliefs, many cultural layers further differentiate the individual branches of the military. The military consists of five active-duty services and their respective Guard and Reserve units. These include the Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard. All branches are equal parts of the United States Uniformed Services, headed by the president as commander in chief. To join the military, you must be between 18 and 34 years old ; or 17 years old with parental consent...

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Imperialism

Power upon History, it was argued that control of the sea was the key to world dominance. This book soon read by all the great powers of the world helped even more in the race for a supreme naval fleet. Also with this the U.S. wanted to build large navy and build defensive bases and refueling stations strategically placed on world’s oceans. With these thought they soon were after Hawaii and other pacific islands, they also advocated to build a canal across the isthmus of Central America to link Atlantic &...

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Military Bearing

ability. The proper and faithful performance of duty is the standard. The value and efficiency of the soldier is measured, and the measure of his efficiency and value is not determined by the prominence of the duty which he performs. In the United States NAVY, military bearing is the root in which every service member practices in order to carry out good discipline and ethics throughout ones military careers.   The Eleven General Orders of a Sentry, The Articles of the UCMJ, as well as our own Sailors Creed...

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Armed Forces

in the military, entering with a college degree gives you a higher rank. Being in the military also gives you good pay, good benefits and a chance to see the world and different kinds of girls. There are four branches of the armed forces: Marines, Navy, Air Force and the Army. Each branch differs in what they do. The Marines are first in line in battle and have the most difficult boot camp out of the four branches. If for example, you go through Army boot camp and decided to switch to the Marines...

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Life in Indian Navy

Life in Indian Navy Introduction The Indian navy is the youngest top most of the three forces of country defense forces. The Indian navy offers a unique way to life to us and a level of security that is almost unheard of a civilian life. The Indian navy is the service which will fulfill your aspirations. The service teaches an individual the core value like sense of responsibility, duty and disciplines essentially the traits that can promote self control to achieve success in life. Drill The...

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China as a Super Power

its land bases and navy is likely more than what they have stressed as a peaceful front, and is causing concern amongst the world. China is steadily increasing their defense budget at around 12% a year, which if they stay on this course, will end up in them becoming the biggest military spender in only 20 years. The effect of this is the quiet increase in defense budgeting by its neighbors, South Korea, India, Japan, and even Australia all of which are bumping up their navies. The ultimate goal of...

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Group Influence

 Group Influence: Surface Navy Association Riunite Izquierdo PSY 400 September 22, 2014 Joyce Willis Group Influence For this paper I decided to sit with a group that I know, but I choose to stay away from because I did not want to be part of that “mold” According to Myers, an group is “two or more people who interact with and influence each other” (Myers, 2010). However, the scopes of a group spread further. Behaviors within the group affect the other and, events within the...

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