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United States Navy

When Americans hear the words United States Sailor what image comes to their minds? Do they see the all American boy standing tall, wearing his dress blues uniform with his white hat 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...

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Navy Multiband Terminal Paper

Bryan Boggs MN 3331 Program Acquisition Report – Navy Multiband Terminal The Navy Multiband Terminal (NMT) Program is the next generation maritime military satellite communications terminal. The NMT Program is the required Navy component to the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Program for enhancing protected and survivable satellite communications to Naval forces. NMT multiband communication capabilities will communicate via two way Ka-Band on Wideband Global Satellite Communication (SATCOM)...

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Phi 445 Final Paper

business world, need to make immediate decisions. The choices we make need to be driven by our ethics. Personal Values, Mission, and Ethical Beliefs Personal values, visions, and ethical beliefs have guided my actions as a sailor with the U.S. Navy. As a future manager, equality, honesty, and accountability are the values that will allow me encourage my people to perform at the highest possible level. A better quality of living for others is a vision that will encourage me to fight for fair benefits...

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Career paper

MEMORANDUM From: MIDN Johnson, Intro to Naval Science To: LT Franklin, Lt Mathews Subj: Naval Aviation Memorandum Naval aviation has come a long way since the first flight. The Navy took something that was once just a hobby to a system of an advanced war fighting machine. There is no doubt that at sea the Navy has complete dominance of the waters, the main reason for this is the Aviation part. The interest in a flying machine came in 1898. The job was to observe and report any possibilities...

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Carl Brashear

beginnings, Carl Brashear became a very outstanding figure in not only African American history, but in U.S. Naval history as well. In February, 1948 at the age of 17, Carl enlisted the Navy and attended boot camp at Great Lakes, Illinois five months before Henry Truman's desegregation order. However, African Americans in the Navy during that time were often relegated galley duties, often preparing and serving the ships meals. He developed his interest in diving while serving at the seaplane base in Key...

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Submarine

power due to the limiting technological advancements during the period. Still, he made major enhancements to the machine; while others had much difficulty keeping the submarine afloat, Bushnell used ballast tanks with pumps to keep the Turtle in a state of positive buoyancy. He also devised a depth gauge, which allowed for further improvement. Still, a major setback that would cause the operator grief was the fact that he “had to keep the boat at the right depth, keep the propeller shaft turning,...

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The Attack on Pearl Harbor

The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into what is known as World  War ll, it also personifies a large moment in the national history of America. My paper looks at the exchange of different reported practices of World War ll. Analysis of the effects of Pearl Harbor portrays legendary histories that sometimes sharpens the shape of a national time and space that illustrates the past by means of related alliance. PEARL HARBOR         3 The Attack on Pearl Harbor In the late 1930’s, the United States was ...

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Obstacles in My Path of a Higher Education

take long for me to find a way to replace smoking marijuana. IV. Topic Sentence 3: This year of high school I learned how to create my own report cards Example a: Graduating high school became a task. Example b: The last document the United States Navy required. Example c: Dramatic scenes. V. Conclusion The effects of alcohol produced negative outcomes in my life and prevented me from furthering my education. Obstacles in My Path to Higher Education Dreams blossom into reality...

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Warrior Ethos

ethos I have chosen to pull scenes from the movie “Men of Honor”. As a forewarning, this movie has one big flaw, it’s about the Navy. However, I’ve gotten past that and can now see how the Army works through every branch. One case were Navy man Carl Brashear exhorts one of the warrior ethos is right in the beginning. Brashear joined the Navy and wanted to become a Navy Diver. He had one problem, he was African-American. At that point in time there had never been a person of color admitted into...

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Adam Docs

showing pride. Pride in the Navy can be traced back to the early beginnings of our country. When men would sign up to go fight to make their families and wives and children proud. It meant something to sign on the dotted line and put their lives at risk for a cause bigger than their own. And since then men and woman around the country have come to our great country to sign on that dotted line to signify that they too would like to don the uniform of a United States sailor. It’s an amazing thing...

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