Army Essay Topics

US Army and the Homosexual propensity

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British Army

Authority maintains discipline, enforces rules and regulations, can come from one person or a group of people and can have different meanings depending on the context in which it is used in. Officers in the British Army have the right to enforce obedience on others and their opinions are accepted not only because of this… View Article

Young Americans And Army

Many young Americans refused to join the army and go to Vietnam. Explain why. During the Vietnam War, throughout the USA, young men were forced to become conscripts and go and perform a year’s service in Vietnam. Many young Americans refused to join the army. This was due to several reasons. Throughout the 1960s, most… View Article

The Chinese people benefited from Communist rule between 1949 and 1962

Before 1949, the majority of China’s history was bloodied with civil war, conflict, foreign control and humiliation, but on October 1, 1949, the communist leadership declared the foundation of the People’s Republic of China. The era of foreign control and humiliation went out and an era of social and economic reform came in. The remnants… View Article

The Chapter Summaries of 1776 by David Mccullough

1: Chapter 1 introduces King George III and the conditions in England prior to and during the deployment of British troops to Boston. Described as “a person of simple tastes and few pretensions,” the king is shown to slowly feel disdain towards America. 2: Chapter 2 depicts the conditions in America. It outlines the leaders… View Article

Army Nurse Corps

All women in the Army served then in either the Army Nurse Corps or the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). All Army nurses were officers, and were Direct Commissions. That is, they became nurses first and then attended a ten day or so Orientation Course at (Ft. Sam Houston, Texas) to teach them how to be… View Article

USS Indianopolis

In 1945, on July 30, 1,196 men were on boar the U.S.S. Indianapolis that determined the fate of 800. The ship’s mission was the first of the sequence of the events that put an end to the WWII. Richard F. Newcomb in his book “Abandon Ship: The Saga of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, the Navy’s Greatest… View Article

Conditions of the Vietnam War

When fighting in a war, the brave soldiers are not only up against their enemy, but also against the chaotic obstacles born on the battlefield. The constant noise of slaughter, the gut-wrenching weather and the omnipresent fear of death were all elements of war that the soldiers had to coexist with. The odds of walking… View Article

“The Tin Can Sailor” By: Raymond C. Calhoun

The Tin Can Sailor was written by Raymond C. Calhoun, a Sterett gunnery officer who retired at the rank of captain from the U.S. Navy in the year 1967. His book primarily revolves around the story of a vessel christened and named after the celebrated Andrew Sterett, which is a valiant fighting ship who went… View Article

Common European Army

The UK and France have been willing to follow the USA’s example of military force and shown support for the idea of an EU army. Other nations have clearly rejected this approach on the basis of pacifist arguments and because they are reluctant to commit to the high level of military spending this would imply…. View Article

Transforming the US Military: A 21st Century Challenge

It used to be that military combat is predictable in at least two ways. The first one is the assurance that wars will be fought in the plains and if not in flat lands then at least in wide-open areas and far away from the villages.             The second thing that one can be assured… View Article

Organization Behavior Concepts on the US Army

Many organizations today offer unique perspectives into the possibilities for organizational structure, culture and behavior. Given the United States’ system of government and inherent freedoms, these areas are not often easily controlled or mandated. Corporations tend to impart a “feel-good” attitude were employees are asked to be nice to one another and the hierarchy seeks… View Article

Us Army Guidon

US Army guidon the practice of carrying colours, standards or Guidons, to act As described in Army Regulation 840-10, Chapter 6, US Army guidons are swallow-tailed marker flags in branch-of-service colors, measuring 20 in. at the hoist by 27 in. at the fly, with the swallow-tail end forked 10 in. Previously guidons were made of… View Article

Army Values

In the US Army we are taught to live up by the 7 ARmy Values. They are broken down to us in the acronym LDRSHIP. Loyalty “Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S Constitution, the Army and other soldiers.” Duty “Fulfill your obligations.” Respect “Treat people as they should be treated.” Selfless Service “Put… View Article

Private military contractors

Introduction             Private military contractors, also known as private security contractors provide a number of different services for the UN military in Iraq.  Various services include the preparation of meals, navigating army supply vehicles, military training and security for US officials.  Some private military contractors also provide interrogation and translating services for the US military…. View Article