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When You’Re At A Family Gathering, Do You Sometimes Feel
When you're at a family gathering, do you sometimes feel like you are disconnected or
uncomfortable because you don't get along with your family? Think of a time in your life where you
had a good relaxing day with your family. If you couldn't think of anything, that is okay because you
are not alone. According to a poll of 2,000 parents conducted by Virgin Holidays and Universal
Orlando Resort, they found that "families spend about 36 minutes per weekday together" (Denee,
realtruth.org). In general, the term family means a group consisting of parents and children living
under a household, in which the idea of that can sound alarming to some people who aren't close
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According to Census 2010 figures, "31% (more than 41,000 same–sex couples) are raising
biological, step, or adopted children under age 18"(Gates, the Williams Institute at UCLA School of
Law). Even so, there has been a decrease in the amount of children going into foster care, but sadly
enough only a few are adopted. According to a study conducted by the U.S. Department of Human
and Health Services, around 800,000 children were served and only 50,000 were adopted in 2006,
yet in 2015, around 617,000 children were served, but only 53,000 were adopted. In some cases,
families have been devastatingly broken up from incarceration of a family member or the aftermath
of a divorce between two parents, which was how my biological family ended up.
Before my parents got divorced, everyone in my household was connected with each other but also
dealing with our clashes of personalities. We always ate dinner together and went to church every
Sunday (I was forced into Catholicism, and later confirmed but haven't looked back since). My
siblings and I got into plenty of arguments and fights, but at the end of the day we all loved each
other and would've done anything for each other; well except for my toddler self. During the
summer before 6th grade, my parents got divorced and that really took a toll on my well–being. My
dad moved out of the house and, nothing was the same since. Since my dad was our family's main
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Major Luston Short Story
Major Luxon arrived, leading the Marines from the front; it was impressive to the Rowland family
to see the Marine Commander on the road with his men. Major Luxon met with Mr. and Mrs. Luxon
for about an hour. Mr. Rowland then asked the Major to follow him. Major Luxon shrugged and
thought, why not? The two men headed out to one of the many barns on the property. Mr. Rowland
swung open one of the doors, "You think this will help you?" Mr. Rowland asked Major Luxon. The
barn was filled from top to bottom with wheat and corn. "We had a bumper crop this year and it
seems to be all going to waste," Mr. Rowland told the Major. "I'm not the one to make the decision
Mr. Rowland; you would need to speak to Captain O'Hara the base commander. I'm sure he' be more
than happy to take it. With that said, why not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
As for the robbers the civilian security forces will be following along. In the meantime the NSWS
will be taken on security for the area," Major Luxon responded. "What's the NSWS?" Mr. Rowland
asked. "Naval Special Weapons Sailors. We Marines took a bunch of them and trained them up like
they were Marines. Once we had the first couple of classes trained and we evaluated them, they took
over the training. They've got two Battalions of them now; see that down the road there?" Major
Luxon pointed to the dust trail that had been getting closer and closer. "Yes sir I see that," Mr.
Rowland exclaimed. "That would be First Battalion Naval Special Weapons coming for a visit, and
tomorrow Second Battalion will be arriving." "Why so many?" "We've been ordered by Captain
O'Hara to expand our perimeters out; we need farm animals and horses for plowing," Major Luxon
eyed Mr. Rowland hoping he would see where he was going with this conversation. "Doesn't
Oceana have its own stables?" "Yes sir it does and we're using what we can now, but the horses are
also being used for transportation by
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A Peaceful Evacuation : Building A Multi Project Battalion...
A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi–Project Battalion by Leading Upward
Anthony Bing
Dr. Jimmie Flores
October 23, 2016
Strayer University, Augusta Georgia
A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi–Project Battalion by Leading Upward Leadership is a
integral part of project management; all together for any project to be effective, a person with great
management skills should be selected as the leader of the project. The significance of leadership in
project management can be found in this case study, "A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi–
Project Battalion by Leading Upward". The contextual investigation spins around the leadership
capabilities of Lieutenant Colonel Yaron and Lieutenant Colonel Daniel amid the separation and
departure of Israeli settlement in the heart of numerous Palestinian populaces close to the Gaza
Strip. They had an alternate sort of authority style which confronted numerous troubles and was
worthwhile for the circumstances. This paper will convey leadership styles of both Lieutenant
Colonels Yaron and Daniel amid the evacuations. Distinctive leadership styles amid the institution
of a project, regardless of the possibility that it is a battle ready one, impacts the movement of the
project and its leadership from numerous points of view. Lieutenant Colonel Yaron has an
exceptionally transformational authority style which is common all through most of the contextual
analysis. A transformational leadership style rely on upon elevated amounts of
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Criminal Law Enforcement Cover Letter
Lieutenant FOSTER,
Please accept this letter as my official request to participate in the selection process for the position
of Detective within the Special Operations Division.
I feel THAT I would become an asset to the Special Operations Bureau as a dedicated member of
the Cochise County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Enforcement Team. I HAVE STRONG DESIRE to
serve my community and the Cochise County Sheriff's Office by working within a unit of like–
minded, self motivated individuals whose focus is making our local communities safer by
"Preparing cases on criminal activity in our neighborhoods and local communities," " Creating a
partnership with other local, state and federal agencies to manage larger and more in–depth
narcotics/smuggling operational investigations." (NET)
Listed below is a brief summary as to why I feel I am a appropriate candidate for such an ... Show
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WITHIN this nine year period, I have served as a Police Service Dog Handler for over six years.
During my service as a Deputy Sheriff, I have served with various types of specialized units
throughout the region, INCLUSIVE OF, but is not limited to; Drug Interdiction Units, several
different narcotics task forces, The U.S. Marshall's Fugitive Apprehension Task Force, The Federal
Bureau of Investigation, Department of Indian Affairs, The United States Drug Enforcement
Agency, The Navaho Nation Department of Public Safety, The Arizona Department of Public Safety,
The Apache County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team, The Show Low Police Department
Special Weapons and Tactics Team, The Apache County Sheriff's Office K–9 Unit, and the Cochise
County Sheriff's Office K–9 Unit. I feel this demonstrates my ability to collect, share information,
develop and maintain a well working relationship with both the community and other law
enforcement
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Sergeant Major Greg Valliant: A Short Story
Sergeant Major Greg Valliant was the senior NCO for 2nd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry
Regiment, and nicknamed 'Geronimo'. He had been a paratrooper his entire career which started
when he was seventeen years old. He'd been stationed all over the world and was a combat veteran
of Panama, Grenada, the first Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq (the second war). He was nearing
mandatory retirement soon and had no idea what he was going to do next. The Army was all he
knew, he had no family to speak of, and he was divorced with three grown kids, none of whom
talked to him anymore. It's not that he was a bad husband or father, he was an absentee father, and
he was never home. He was either in the field or overseas some place generally in a ... Show more
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He thought about ducking back out but it was too late she spotted him and was walking towards
him. "I've been calling you day and night, why won't you return my calls?" inquired Cindy. "You've
been calling?" said Greg. "I must have missed them." "Quit the BS Greg it doesn't work on me."
stated Cindy flatly. "Alright, let's not discuss any of this here lets go to my office." Greg and Cindy
walked back to his office with Cindy trailing a few steps behind. This was the first time since the
separation and subsequent divorce that Cindy had been to his office, heck since she's been on post.
He couldn't help and wonder what was so important that she had to make a personal appearance.
Once back inside the office he closed the door behind them and offered her a seat on the couch, she
sat, and he took one of the large chairs that faced her. "What brings you to my neck of the woods?"
asked Greg. "Your neck of the woods? I still live in Fayetteville and haven't moved or left the
planet." "What do you want Cindy? You pretty much got everything in the divorce to include half
my pension when I retire." "Have you talked to any of the kids lately?" she asked. Now she had his
attention, "Is this what this is all about, one of the kids?" said
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Sergeant Major John Rawlins During The Vietnam War
Sergeant Major John Rawlins was a privot training in the 54th massachusetts and ascended to the
rank of Sergeant Major. Before the war he was a slave in south carolina. he escaped, leaving his
family behind and became a gravedigger for union soldiers. Throughout the movie he showed strong
leadership and discipline which carry him to his new rank. He aided in leading the attack on fort
wagner and died in the process. John Rawlins is a strong man who shows great leadership and
speaking skills even before becoming a sergeant. Before the war John was a slave working in south
carolina, he managed to escape, but in the process, left his family behind. Because of this he not
only fights for his country, and other slave, he also fights to free his
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Case Analysis : Eldred Hosea Moye
Eldred Hosea Moye Sr. enlisted in the United States Navy in October 1984 at Military Entrance
Processing station, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He attended Operations Specialist "A" School in
Damneck, VA, where he was meritoriously advanced to Operations Specialist Seaman Apprentice.
He quickly rose through the enlisted ranks and would become a United States Chief Petty Officer in
7 years, which is a great achievement for this sailor because is usually takes 10 or more years to get
promoted to that rank. In the following years he would lead sailors on a tour of duty in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom, which was part of the "war on terror". Following this successful tour,
he joined the staff of Naval Medical Center Portsmouth's Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program
as an Addictions Counselor and the Senior Enlisted Advisor. Mr. Moye is a Navy Fighter Weapons
School "Topgun" graduate. He earned: a Navy Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certification, Navy
Instructor certification, a Bachelor of Science Degree from Old Dominion University and a Master's
of Divinity from Regent University. This leader has 3 distinctive qualities that have given him the
abilities to do magnificent things. The first quality is his ability to make decisions. "Decision–
making leaders are leaders are leaders who solve problems by making good decisions that result in
lasting solutions" (Borek, Lovett, & Towns, 2005). I have seen him make very hard decisions, some
decisions he has made I didn't
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Subjective Jail Classification System
Subjective classification: Subjective jail classification is a system that relies on the "gut" feeling of
the classification staff when making decisions, especially housing decisions. This approach relies on
a review of jail records (if inmate had been incarcerated before), current charge, criminal history
(prior incarcerations), social history, substance abuse history, mental health history, and the
impressions of the classification staff interviewer to make placements. Subjective jail classification
has been described as a "clinical, intuitive, seat–of–the–pants approach." This approach relies on
opinions and feelings instead of objective criteria. Objective classification: Objective jail
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Classification is a key management tool that helps jail staff make educated decisions about inmate
housing arrangements, custody levels, staff precautions, work assignments, and program
involvement. The classification process begins with interviewing the inmate to determine the
security level that best suits the inmate. It determines the best and safest housing for the inmate.
Classification reassesses inmates after a brief time in incarceration to determine programs and
privileges for the inmate. There are many goals and benefits in classification. Classification protects
inmates from one another, weaker from stronger, mentally ill from heathier inmates. It also identifies
and addresses security risk like contraband traffickers, gang members, and escape risk. Inmate
classification also strengthens security, effectively uses resources, provides a platform for consistent
decision making, improve efficacy and effectiveness, and reduces liability for jail. Classification
procedures are basically the same the inmate is asked a series of questions about their lifestyle,
criminal history, current charges, and gang affiliation. The inmate is also observed for behavioral
and mental health problems during the classification. Based on the outcome of the interview the
inmate is temporary housed to the best needs for the facility, and the inmate. The inmate receives
orientation and a
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Custody Levels
Classification and Custody Levels The history and development of classification processes in
corrections. Identify the two primary functions of the classification process. The different custody
levels and the methods used for housing assignment. Legal precedent liability issues associated with
classification. How classification processes are central to prison service operations. The History of
Classification Hanser (2013) asserts before the early 1800s majority of the inmates were initially
housed together and overtime they were separated into broad and ill–defined groups of offenders
such as: juveniles, women, first–time offenders, and debtors to keep away from the petrifying
criminals (p.208). Alexander Maconochie is known for implementing ... Show more content on
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There are four types of classification systems such as: offense–based systems, risked based systems,
need based systems, and objective classification. Offense based systems focus on the nature and
seriousness of the current offense like was violence involved, injury to the victim, domestic, sexual
offense, and primarily look at the current criminal offense. Risked based systems questions if the
offender is present for re–offending and to the public safety. The risked based systems look for the
following: nature of the current offense, criminal history, age of the offender, history of past
violations (parole or ), jail or past institutional conduct, STG (gang) affiliation. Needs based systems
is the nature of correctional treatment appropriate to the offender needs like medical, psychological,
educational, vocational, substance abuse, and special needs. Lastly, objective classification systems
uses tests and instruments that has been validated, contains the same components and scoring
approach for all offenders and involves the offender and is readably
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Metaphor: A Short Story
A battered boxer knowing the inevitable defeat couldn't compare to the shame that this man walked.
With triumphant gusto Reginald welcomes Dough with false arms and with a pseudo announcement
as he approaches him, '' LOOK OUT PEOPLE A WALKING LEGEND.'' And humourlessly just to
Dough, "or shall I say a fucking legend." ''You schmuck!" Dough replies. Reginald guides Dough
further aside to whisper an ophiomormous ploy into his naked ear. "Is it the blonde I could easily
replace her? I can, with the flick of my finger." "I'm leaving." Reginald leans deeper into Dough's
ear with the paradoxical motion of a serpentine's hunger and rodential survival, with a subconscious
wish of wanting to metamorphosize is tongue punch to a hybrid of rat's tail and ... Show more
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This," holy matrimony ", baloney" "Good, good. Remember Dough at the end of the day we are
both in the same boat." "And yet we still sail on different oceans." Reginald left the bathroom before
he could hear the last bit of Dough's sentience. Staring at his reflection he thought why it took him
so long to realize that this was not a normal way to earn a living. Where did it start from? He
remembered the parental wisdom that was bestowed on him at a tender age. It was, "Never settle
down son, romance weighs on loves endurance and screwing a screw can only last so long until its
fixed in its place. It's better to hammer nails quick and hard. Then hustle the hell out of dodge before
the rust starts showing." Sadly that happened to be his mother's advice. For a man in five years time
will become a sexagenarian was lucky enough to become distinguish in his looks. The rhytides
formed a physiognomy that
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Time Management Within The Military
Time management plays a vital role in each and every unit with the United States Army and it
affects how quickly they can respond to problems when they arise. Time management encompasses
just about everything in the Army. From Senior Non–Commissioned Officers (SNCO) making sure
their soldiers are in the right place at the right time by tracking all their soldiers appointments and
duties or the squad leaders and other Non–Commissioned Officers making sure that maintenance is
being completed on time so the aircraft are ready to fly, and making sure that soldiers are ready for
their flights for the day all the way down to the lower enlisted soldier making sure he or she is on
time and ready to complete their day. These are the just a few of the things that time management
encompasses within the military. So what is time management? Time management is a skill that
needs to learned or if need be taught to every soldier within the ranks. Imagine a unit that has no
time management skills. Soldiers are late for flights, they miss appointments and in turn receive
article fifteens, Senior Non–Commissioned Officers are being scolded by their First Sergeants for
not being able to properly track their soldiers which in turn falls downhill to the squad leaders.
Maintenance isn't completed and a majority of the fleet is down leaving only a few aircraft in an
airworthy status, as the operational readiness level continues to drop, soldiers fail to complete
training requirements and are
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The Tragedy Of Captain O ' Hara
Captain O'Hara was struggling with the situation at NAS Oceana, he was a military commander and
all of his training dealt with the military complex which was order. Now he was charged with
policing the civilian community that had been popping up around the base. It wasn't only this base
but the others bases close–by were dealing with the same issues. They estimated the civilian
numbers around the base to be close to three thousand people. They lived mostly in squalor and
there were food riots about every other day. There was very little law and order in the camps and
Captain O'Hara was at a loss at what to do. Civilian law enforcement had all but disappeared weeks
after the event. They were now in the third month and things had ... Show more content on
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He believed in his Sailors and they had a lot of them sitting around doing nothing these days.
Hundreds had gone AWOL feeling that the US Navy was all but dead. Fort Story was a joint
operation base with Naval Amphibious Base Battle Creek. The Navy there was deeply embedded
with Army and recently were deployed along with the Soldiers. The Army command there had set
up a crash course in combat survival for the Sailors, they were re–trained by the Army to patrol and
fight along with the Soldiers. That's what he needed, then it hit him, 'why couldn't the Marines do
the same thing here? Granted they were all aviation Marines but weren't all Marines combat
rifleman first?' Then there was the company of Marines that was on one of the ships in port that
were now being used to provide security. He called in his XO Commander Avery Hardy, a twenty
year Navy veteran, "Avery, can you find the Marine Company commander and ask him to report to
me?" "Yes sir I'm sure I can, what's up?" asked the Commander. "I think I may have come up with a
plan to help with our civilian security problems. Can you get him in here ASAP please?" "Yes sir
will do." With that the Commander saluted and did an about face and left the office. Commander
Hardy knew exactly where the Marine Company commander was, they had set up a command post
near the front gate. The purpose of that was to be able to react as quickly as they
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A narrative essay about my first day of Army basic training.
"What 's your name" asked one of two men in camouflage uniforms standing in front of me.
"Holtan, Drill Sergeant" I half stuttered. The other man flew into an angry rage and started to scream
at me "Soldier, he is not a Drill sergeant, look at him now soldier! What rank is he now that you
looked? "He is an officer" I said trying not to cry, my lower lip trembling slightly. "Holtan now start
pushing and don 't stop til I come back, because im the command sergeant major of this base."
Screamed Command sergeant major Martinez.
After high school I decided to go and serve my country in the United States Army. I signed up
January of 2002, my senior year of high school to be a medic. My official first day in the Army was
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"You 're too slow, start running around the room, NOW" the Drill sergeant yelled from the front of
the room. The room a rectangular shape had fifteen bunks on each side with a hollow green
rectangle painted in the middle of the floor. I kept running and running around that green rectangle, I
could hear the Drill sergeant yelling but everything seemed so quiet. It was so hot in the room, and it
was then that I knew I really was in hell. All I could hear was my heavy labored
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Should Lyddie Sign The Petition Book Report
Lyddie needs to sign that petition! Why? I'll tell you why. It could save her from a life filled with
exhaustion and dry coughs. Signing the petition could be like rebirth for the factory girls who breath
poison air. The'd have newly found energy, more energy to do things after work, better working
conditions, all at the risk of signing one petition? Seems pretty worth it to me. This book is Lyddie,
Lyddie is about a girl in Lowell that was sent to work to pay off her family's debts, this book is by
Katherine Patterson, I believe Lyddie should sign the petition because it could be beneficial to her
safety. How could it be beneficial to her safety? Well that should be obvious but, Lyddie got hurt
because of her bosses greed, "Before she could
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The Assessment Team Administrator Should Begin The Process...
The assessment team administrator should begin the process of soliciting assessment team members.
Many organizations solicit members through. Their corporate newsletter, electronic mail, or a
personal letter sent from the president/CEO inviting participation. Team members selections should
be considered from a group of employees who have expressed an interest in better understanding
homeland security and using the Baldrige Criteria as a template for improving their organization's
homeland security infrastructure. Once team members have been selected, it is recommended that an
assessment workshop be conducted by the assessment team administrator or team participants who
have an understanding of homeland security issues and the Baldrige Criteria. The workshop may
include using a case study for the team to practice identifying organizational strengths and
opportunities for improvement in at least one or two categories. During the workshop, the team will
discuss each category and determine "What does this mean for my organization?" The use of this
manual will help the team practice translating homeland security issues and Baldrige Criteria into
simple language for their own organization–wide assessment.Assessment team members should
represent a cross section of employees. All departments throughout the organization should be
represented on the teams. Diversity adds value and strength to each assessment team. In larger
organizations, seven homeland security assessment/Baldrige
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Captain Rink Quotes From The Crucible
Captain Rink: Correct. Robert: Does that sound like anything that, you know, and I know that you
been working with these folks for a long time, does it sound like anything that any of your folks
under your charge would say, I mean, because the thing was, Burmaster's statement was
Commander Wargelin told him directly that we need to get Helm out of here and we are going to
send him to Afghanistan because we don't need his headaches in the command. He's going to be a
nuisance; he filed this previous IG complaint. He saying he went back told Helm that and that is
why you took these actions against him, against Burmaster. Captain Rink: Again, you know, I
dispute that, because as I so pretty clearly in the NIB lock, there were a number of issues ... Show
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So, to put in a complaint for something that, to me, wasn't justified, you know, I wasn't, I think it's
just the wrong way to run and lets solve things quickly at the lower levels. Robert: So, you aren't
saying that you discourage folks from using the IG chain or that you were upset that they used the
IG chain. Captain Rink: Not at all, in fact, we put it in our palm, if you need to contact and if you
have an IG complaint, you can contact them and here is the, I can't remember if it was an email and
or a phone number, but I remember us putting it in the palm and saying, you know, we will be open
and transparent for the whole thing. So, it wasn't that at all, it was expressed to my tenant and I did it
in front of every single sailor that came through my command. Guys, work at the lowest level and
solve things at the lowest level, don't let problems fester and if you can't get it solved, work it up
your chain of command and we will take action. So, it's really just, I'd like to see sailors that give the
man a chance to solve their problem and we were working on those
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Administration Essay
Preparation
Firstly, to prepare for the first administration of the CAS, I read the examiner manual which
explained that in order for the results to be interpretable and avoid reducing of reliability and
validity, the assessment should be administered according to the procedures and recommended
testing conditions (Das & Naglieri, 1997). There were several key points to be familiar with which
are: the materials needed in each subtest (ie. Response book, red pencil, stopwatch), the starting
points according to age, the time limits per item, scoring of each item, and the discontinue rules. I
then reviewed the record forms, response booklets, and marked the starting points according to
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As a result, I made changes with Sierra's assessment and decided to split it in two sessions with two
subtests each session in order to avoid fatigueness.
Building Rapport According to Das and Naglieri (1997), it is important to establish rapport with the
examinee but also be aware of providing praise and compliment that may influence the results. I
found it fairly easy to build rapport with Jhallen as I have conducted an interview for the first
assignment. As the setting was more relaxed, Jhallen often asked some questions in which I found it
difficult to not repeat the item or give guidance. In order to not compromise the standardization of
the test, I reminded Jhallen in every beginning of the task that I cannot give guidance. On the other
hand, my assessment with Sierra required more effort in building rapport as she appeared to be shy
and quiet in the beginning. In order to establish rapport I had a brief conversation about her day and
introduced the assessment, emphasising that some of the tasks may be easy or difficulty but to try
her best. To maintain rapport during the assessment, I made sure that she understood the instructions
of every task and be aware that I could not provide help or feedback.
Report Writing The CAS Examiner's Manual provided steps in scoring and interpreting the scores. I
found the instructions to score the CAS results to be straightforward. It was also very
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Glue In Romeo And Juliet
Glue can be viewed as a sticky mess; however, it is the mold and foundation for the basis of many
things. Glue is a binder for many things including art projects and practical crafts. Much like how
literal glue sticks objects together, metaphoric glue keeps order. For instance, a father is the glue of a
family because he is a protector, a money–maker, and a lover. In the dramatic play Romeo and Juliet
by William Shakespeare, two families' feuds have to keep lovers apart until their deaths. Their
families start to fall apart as the mold holding them together does as well. Young Juliet ends her life
far too early because her father, Lord Capulet, has a wrath that is too much to put up a fight with.
Her father gives her orders that she refuses to take, but unfortunately he does not like to hear the
word "no." Nonetheless, chaos unfolds to what seems to be no end. Ultimately, Lord Capulet's
power and temper both weakens and strengthens the glue that holds together the Capulet name. ...
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A father's most precious moments are the ones he spends with his little girl. When Lord Capulet is
first introduced, he is illustrated as the loving father all girls are lucky to have. He cares for and
protects his daughter from many dangers, including boys with their own agendas. For instance, Lord
Capulet says,
My child is yet a stranger in the world,
She hath not seen the change of fourteen years;
Let two more summers wither in their
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Customs and courtesies Essay
US Army Customs and Courtesies A custom is a social norm stemming from tradition and enforced
as an unwritten law. A courtesy is a respectful behavior often linked to a custom. A military courtesy
is such behavior extended to a person or thing that honors them in some way. Military customs and
courtesies define the profession of arms. When you display military customs and courtesies in
various situations, you demonstrate to yourself and others your commitment to duty, honor, and
country. And your professionalism and pride. As a new soldier and future Army leader, you must
recognize that military customs and courtesies are your constant means of showing that the standard
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PARADE REST: Like "Attention", Parade Rest is a form of respect given to NCOs by those junior
in rank. When a Senior NCO enters an area of junior enlisted soldiers or cadets, the room is called to
"at ease". All personnelshould immediately go to the position of "stand at–ease" until told to "carry–
on". Likewise, when speaking to an NCO, soldiers junior in rank or cadets, will maintain the
position of "parade rest" until instructed to "stand at ease", "at ease", or "rest"/relax. Things you
should never do or say: Never criticize the Army or a leader in public. Never go "over the heads" of
superiors–don't jump the chain of command. Never offer excuses. Never "wear" a superior's rank by
saying something like, "the first sergeant wants this done now," when in fact the first sergeant said
no such thing. Speak with your own voice. Never turn and walk away to avoid giving the hand
salute. Never run indoors or pretend you don't hear (while driving, for example) to avoid standing
reveille or retreat. Never appear in uniform while under the influence of alcohol. If you don't know
the answer to a superior's question, you will never go wrong with the response, "I don't know sir, but
I'll find
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The Gogol Grotesque Characters
Grotesque Characters When talking about the grotesque uncertainty and confusion is often common
because when someone or something is grotesque it is out of the norm we don't usually see or hear
about it. In Gogol's "The Nose" the grotesque is present throughout the whole story and especially
with the two main characters Ivan Yakovlevich and Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov. A reader of this
story will notice the similarities and the differences that these two characters share. This response to
"The Nose" will compare and contrast the two main characters and show how they are grotesque.
The title of this story alone should tell the reader that this is most likely about a nose or something
pertaining to that particular body part which is different. The title alone can make the reader ask
questions before they even start to read the story. As one may read and find out that the story is
about a nose and how Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov (also referred to as major) loses his nose. As
Ivan Yakovlevich is sitting down to eat a roll he feels something in the roll. "He pokes two fingers in
and pulled out – a nose!" (Gogol 113). Ivan freaks out as any normal person would do and decides
to get rid of the evidence and drops it off a bridge. The major on the other hand wakes up one
morning to find he has lost his nose and has no idea where it is. He later finds his nose acting as a
person who has a rank that is three higher than his. The major even tries to talk his own nose and
holds a
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Why the Rank Structure and Chain of Command Are Important
There are a lot of reasons for the rank structure and the chain of command. Every reason that I am
going to explain in this essay is very important. I am going to separate them into two paragraphs.
The first paragraph will be about the importance of the rank structure and why the rank structure is
in place. The second paragraph will be about the importance of the chain of command and why the
chain of command is set into place. The rank structure goes back to the 1700's. The rank structure
was put into place so that the soldiers had someone that was there to give out orders; also the rank
structure was there to teach the newer enlisted respect. If the rank structure was not in place, there
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But there is one simple way to fix that problem that a lot of us lower enlisted seem to have. If the
person you are about to talk to is not your chief or one of the other chiefs in your platoon. Do not
talk to them unless they speak to you first. And all you really need to say to them is check, roger,
hooah. In the past year and three months, I have had a lot of trouble realizing this. I tend to do the
wrong thing and go talk to who I need to talk to without going about it the right way. If you want to
talk to your commander, you need to talk to you chief, then your platoon sergeant, then your first
sergeant, then you can talk to your commander. This may seem like a lot of work. But in all actuality
if the problem that you have is able to be fixed beforehand, then it was all worth the work. Yes there
are going to be situations when you know that it can only be fixed by talking to the highest person in
the chain of command, but the chain of command needs to know what is going on so that they can
try to help you and explain the situation to the next person up. Before I realized that the chain of
command is here for the soldier, I always thought that it was just so that your chief and your platoon
sergeant do not look bad to the person above them. In some cases this may be slightly true, but it is
not just about that. It is about helping you out as much as possible. Help yourself by going through
the chain of command. There is no reason for you to
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Character Analysis Of Mercy
In A Mercy, readers are able to see several phases of changes each individual characters go through
throughout the book. Lina, she goes through the phase where her experience changes her thinking.
Jacob, he changes by community, the surrounding environment he is surrounded by. Florens, the
main character of this book especially go through this phase several times. Readers see how her
experiences, family, race, and class alter her which is similar to how American's identity is being
determined today. First, readers see, from the overall experiences Florens has throughout the book,
how her identity is determined which is similar to how American's identity is determined today. For
instance, on the very beginning of A Mercy, Morrison references something strange thing that is
somewhat out of her context. Florens says, "As a result, Lina says, my feet are useless..." (4). The
quote illustrates that how Florens knows her identity or her feature that she has about her that her
feet are useless. The quote also claims about how Floren's identity is or what Florens though about
her identity is which can be used to compare how Florens have changed throughout her experience.
Another examples is shown when in the end of the book Florens shows how she has changed
through her experience that refers back to the the experience she had with her mother, Minha Mae.
She says, "...Mae, you can have pleasure now because the soles of my feet are hard as cypress"
(189). What Florens says demonstrates
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Reflective Essay On Civil Service
My agency, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, has Civil Service and, as such, there are certain
criteria that one must meet before I could promote. Anyone who passes a few tests and does well on
some Internal Review Boards is eligible for promotion. Therefore, since I guessed better than the
person sitting next to me did, I am making major decisions that affect dozens of people directly and
possibly hundreds indirectly. The only training I received in supervision were the classes I took to
impress the Internal Review Board. The perils of Civil Service, perhaps. Additionally, when I first
made sergeant in 2011 there was no training program for the new supervisors. Surprisingly, I rode
with another sergeant for three days and then was on my own. Expectations were that I could
perform the duties and responsibilities since I passed the test.
Then, in 2016, I made lieutenant and the only training I received was moving from the sergeant's
office across the hall to my new office.
Since then I, with another lieutenant, have put together a training program for all new sergeants.
However, on my own I learned a few things and have come up with a few of my own maxims that
many other supervisors have taken to quoting:
When in doubt, do whichever option requires more work
At my agency, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, has Civil Service and, as such, there are certain
criteria that one must meet before I could promote. Anyone who passes a few tests and does well on
some
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Theme Of Family In Water For Elephants
Believing in Creating Families
The novel Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen presents a dramatic and emotional plot about a boy,
Jacob, who joins the circus after losing everything. As readers join Jacob on his journey, the
question of what constitutes family is answered and the theme family can be created by those who
love a person is revealed. Like Jacob people may feel alone and lost but, there is a family out there
somewhere, even if they are a bit unconventional. Water for Elephants resonates with my beliefs
about family by expressing the theme, family does not always mean those one is born to but those
one has found to love and care for. My beliefs allowed me to better understand the theme, connect
with characters, as well as strengthen my beliefs by reading such an emotional novel with the theme
centered on creating a family.
I was instilled with the belief family does not mean people who share DNA, rather people who share
love and compassion for one another. This allowed me to better understand the theme about creating
families the author explains in the novel. By understanding the basics of the theme, I know families
created are just as or more strong and loving than those which are born. For instance, when Uncle Al
is unfair to Jacob, Camel reassures Jacob, "You're a good kid, and I ain't about to stand by and watch
you mope off 'cuz that fat old grouch don't got time." (Gruen 53) Jacob found a family in many
people from the circus and the strength of that family is
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Personal Statement: My Role As A Senior Enlisted Leader
1. I humbly and respectfully request to be considered for a Command Master Chief position. My
distinguished record as a leader and operator make me qualified for this position of trust and
responsibility. My leadership philosophy is that an individual's leadership skills continually evolve;
however, there are elements that remain constant, such as respect, purpose, collaboration, heart,
trust, and spirit. Carefully managing team synergy, harmonizing its dynamics, and maximizing the
advantages of diversity in order to achieve collective success are challenges we should strive to
undertake. 2. As a Senior Enlisted Leader I aspire to develop a better comprehension of strategic
issues. Having in–depth knowledge of the complexities behind decisions, processes, and the totality
of circumstances is instrumental when addressing matters to Coast Guard field units. Furthermore,
this perspective is integral to a Senior Enlisted Leader's ability to provide timely, complete and
reliable counsel to operational and strategic leaders, particularly when making decisions that
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The privilege to command units afloat and ashore provided me with intimate exposure to the
challenges experienced by our workforce and their families. Often accompanied by a myriad of
ethical dilemmas, these challenges provided a wealth of experience and a better understanding of the
impact a leader has on the workforce and their families. Similarly, my experience as the Boatswain's
Mate "A" School Assistant School Chief afforded me vital insight into the Coast Guard's formal
training system, Human Performance Technology and the development of future enlisted leaders.
These experiences provided invaluable opportunities for me to interact with our workforce and
understand their views, perform thorough assessments of complex situations, and provide accurate,
sound, and practical counsel in order to achieve the best outcome for the unit and our Coast
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Mission Elements Of Mission Command Essay
Reflection of Mission Command
Mission Command is one of the foundations of Unified Land Operations that uses a philosophy, a
methodology executed throughout the authority and direction of the commander using mission
command warfighting functions that incorporated mutually supported task that is enable by a
mission command systems.
This paper will provide my reflection about mission command, and how I will incorporate principles
of mission command such as build cohesive teams through mutual trust, create share understanding,
provide guidance of Commander's intent which will inspire self–discipline, produce mission order,
accept prudent risk, and exercise discipline initiative in my philosophy in future assignments as a
Sergeant Major.
Build Cohesive Team/s What better way to motivated troops, what better way to get cooperation,
mutual respect, and sense of pride than creating cohesive teams. As their Senior Enlisted Advisor, I
need to consider a key ingredient that it is essential to have a good cohesive team and that is trust.
Without trust, anything else related to mission command or look for cooperation to support the
commander's intent will be irrelevant. To earn the troops' trust I must realize that everybody is
human and it is ok to make mistakes, and that is how we grow and learn, I must give all the troops
the tools to succeed, and to understand that there will be challenges and blockages that might
prevent to meet the Commander's intent. By being a
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Mep-Moopan Research Paper
Mep–Moopan
(Mepanmooper Moshmoosh)
Synopsis
The Mep–Moopan is a small creature that lives on Moosheria. It is a very friendly and helpful
animal that eats the bad bugs. It looks like an earth's marshmallow and with often try and look like
one if threatened (due to a lot of the planet's flora looking like candy).
Description
This small marshmallow like creature is approximately 50cm–80cm high and 40cm wide. The
creatch is a whitish–grey, the young ones pinkish. Mep–Moopans live for around 5 years. They have
a long bushy tail and small pinkish ears with a point. Due to the cold winter, the species grow a
thick skin.
Habitat.
The Mep–Moopans species mainly live in burrows, due to there only being 2 hours darkness they
adapted Their burrow usually contain four main chambers and a bathroom. These creatures care
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Behavior
Due to the many floating islands, the species has adapted to them and can now bounce from island
to island. They can bounce roughly 7 metres up and 8 metres across. Mep–Moopans do not migrate
but they do hibernate for 2 months during Moosheria's winter (September–November), they do not
sleep through the whole winter. They hibernate in their family groups in the main room of their
burrow. They are very friendly and will let abandoned puppers (baby Meep–Moopans) into the
burrows and will take them into their families, basically adopting them.
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Analysis Of David Vs. Goliath Decision-Making Strategies
It can be disheartening at times to produce content that will compete with massive industry leaders,
especially if you have a local market that is competing with a global business. More and more of
these massive corporations are seeing the value of content marketing and making it a part of their
digital strategy.
So that puts your content in a David versus Goliath situation. The industry leader has a wider reach,
is viewed as a more authoritative source, and probably ranks better on Google. It is possible to
outrank huge corporations and industry leaders. You can do it with some clever planning, creative
content and solid SEO work.
ANALYZE THEIR CONTENT, FIND HOLES
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After providing an initial answer, provide more in–depth information backing it up.
Getting the featured snippet gets you to the top of the results and can boost traffic to your site. Plus,
it gives you a ton of authority with visitors as the trusted answer source of Google.
HAVE DIFFERENT CONTENT FORMATS
Different people prefer specific content types. If a person prefers a YouTube tutorial for a task, but
the industry leaders only have blogs articles about it, you can fill that need your target market has. If
you have a different content version than the rest, you'll be more likely to rank high on search
results. Google tries to have diverse content for answering inquiries to match what people want.
Diversifying content is extremely helpful when trying to find what works best with your target
market. As you find what is the most effective, you can invest more time improving the SEO aspect
of it so they perform better, and increase the quality over time.
Different kinds of content aren't just blogs and videos. Content like case studies, tutorials, eBooks,
and such can be great to provide different solutions people are looking
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Year 7 Science: Taxonomy
Year 7 Science
Biology – Classification Assignment
Part One: Taxonomy
1. Gould's Goana
– Kingdom: Animala
– Phylum: Chordata
– Subphylum: Vertebrate
– Informal: Gnathostomata
– Class: Reptila
– Subclass: Lepidosauria
– Order: Squamata
– Suborder: Lacertilia
– Family: Varanidae
– Genus: Varanus
– Species: Varunus Gould
In aborginal languages, tho goana is called "bungarra". In other central Australian language they are
called "Tinka". The specific name gouldi is latenised form of the name of the scientist who first
described this species, English ornithologist John Gould.
2. Forest Kingfisher
– Kingdom: Animala
– Phylum: Chordata
– Subphylum: Vertebrate
– Informal: Gnathostomata
– Class: Aves
– Order: Coraciiformes
– Family:
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Rank Group Defies Brexit With Impressive Profit Increase
Rank Group defies Brexit with impressive profit increase While Brexit has rocked a number of
major online gambling industry names, it seems that Rank Group has managed to remain strong. In
fact, it can even be argued that Rank Group has gone beyond what it was expected financially
speaking, as it posted a profit increase of 15% during the financial year. Coming about through a
fresh digital–focused strategy, it appears that Rank Group is defying doubters across the board. The
report, which details final results for the year to 30th June, shows that their profit before taxation
was a very healthy £85.5 million, which is a notable increase on the £74.5 million posted the year
prior. Revenue for Rank Group also increased by 2% to £753 million. The figures show that,
generally speaking, Rank Group had a great year, but there was a negative to note amidst the report,
as there was 2% dip in the group's operating profits, as it came in at £82.4 million before
"exceptional items". Considering the positivity surrounding Rank Group, Henry Birch (Rank Group
Chief Executive) has been quick to comment on the report, he said "I am pleased to report a solid set
of results with group revenue up 2%, again recording like–for–like growth across all brands and
channels in the year. This year we have focused on delivering significant projects to ensure we have
the right platform in place for future growth. This included the migration of our digital business onto
a new platform, the roll out
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Reason For Referral : Evaluation Of An Ed530, Assessment...
REASON FOR REFERRAL:
Jane was evaluated as part of an ED530, Assessment of Reading & LD assignment. She was
selected due to her parents' interest in knowing Jane's writing skill level and looking at this
assignment to figure out if she can pursue school psychology as a career in the future. TESTING
CONDITIONS:
Jane was tested in the examiner's home. The table used for the assessment was cleared of all items
except for testing materials. Jane had a glass of orange juice during the test, and she didn't take any
break. Results can be considered valid due to the favorable conditions of testing: the room was
well–lit; the house was quiet; and Jane was very interested and excited for participating the test. She
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She showed signs of boredom during subtests 4 and 5, Logical Sentences and Sentence Combining.
She said "These questions are way too easy". When I asked her if she wanted take some break, she
refused it. She wanted complete the test without taking any break. Despite of some boredom she
showed, Jane made a great effort for the duration of the test. She did not ask any questions or test
items repeated. After she had completed the assessment, she stated, "The test was very easy." It took
90 minutes to administer the test. TEST RESULTS:
The Test of Written Language (TOWL–4) is a norm referenced, diagnostic assessment tool designed
to comprehensively examine the written language skills of students between the ages of
9–0 and 17–11. The test is scored based on a norm sample of 2,205 demographically representative
students, ages 9–0 through 17–11, across 17 states. The test is comprised of seven subtests intended
to assess the three major components of writing: conventional, linguistic, and cognitive. The
conventional component refers to punctuation and spelling, the linguistic component refers to syntax
and semantics (grammar and vocabulary), and the cognitive component refers to the ability to write
logically and articulately. There are two types of formats within the TOWL–4: contrived and
spontaneous. Contrived formats force a student's response to contain specific words or conventions.
They include the
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The Construction Of Occupational Specialty Codes Essay
On September 29, 2016, the U. S. Navy announced that it would modernize the enlisted ratings of
the Navy. The plan includes the installation of occupational specialty codes. These codes are similar
to those used in the other services. The plan also called for sailors to be referred to by only their
rank, such as Petty Officer First Class. The modernization of the enlisted rating system has caused
morale issues in the fleet, makes job field detailing better, and aligns with the other branches. First,
there will be morale problems in the fleet with the modernization plan. The plan discarded a
tradition that goes back two hundred years to the beginning of the Navy. Rates such as Boatswain's
Mate, Gunner's Mate and Quartermaster have been in use since the start of the Navy (Broderick).
They were carried over from the British Navy which was the used to create the U. S. Navy.
Dickstein quoted a sailor saying about the plan that, "It seemed to come out of nowhere without
much notice, so a lot of people were surprised it happened" (Dickstein, 2016). Sailors are very
protective of their rates, and many have conveyed anger and confusion with the plan. According to
Church, a seaman stated that "When you're a Boatswain's Mate it comes with a lot of pride because
of what you do" (Church). On whitehouse.gov there is a petition requesting to have the old rating
reinstated. As of two October, the petition had almost 41,000 signatures. The positive about the
change, it will be easier for
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Gaining Position Power In The Military
In a military we obtain position power that comes with the rank and the position you are presently
serving. The best way to acquire the position power is by performing your general and specific
responsibilities per your rank. For example, in the Air Force if you are a Staff Sergeant your primary
duty is to be the higher skill technician that will be responsible of training and for his subordinates.
If your subordinates don't do their training by the first week of the month than the Staff Sergeant can
make them work the weekend to finish their training while working 12 hour shift. The Technical
Sergeants are the technical expertise that will advise the Production super–intendent as well as the
expediter when the subordinates cannot repair the
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JROTC: A Career As A Cadet Officer
In JROTC there are many topics to learn as a cadet. A cadet must memorize the cadet creed and be
dedicated to the program. As a cadet I learned a lot of topics in JROTC during my freshman year. In
the JROTC I learned the basic rules on how to be a good cadet and the Cadet Staff's
Responsibilities. During freshman year in JROTC we learned a lot about leadership and how it will
affect us in the future. Leadership was a big topic that we learned during ROTC, the 11 principles of
leadership was also an important topic we covered, it thought us how to become leaders. In the
future everything I learned in JROTC will make me more independent, reliable, and a helpful
person. JROTC taught me how to become more independent and how to lead others, ... Show more
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When we go to future parades I want to learn new chants to represent our school. In JROTC I want
to learn what you need in your resume when applying for a university and what will look good on it,
so I can get a higher chance to get into that university. I would like to know what you need to do in
JROTC to get a better chance at a college and for how long you have to do something in ROTC. I
would like to try to do team building exercises so students in are class get to know each other better
and communicate well, so when we get older it would be easy for us to do simple tasks. I think our
class should communicate more so we can build strong friendships and accomplish a task together
in class. I learned a lot in JROTC it changed me a lot; my personality changed and I became a better
leader and I build better friendship and my leadership skills improved a lot. I want to learn what
other things JROTC haves to offer that isn't related to drill, rifle, etc. I want to know what soldiers
have to go through when they are sent to war and how they adapt to their surroundings when they go
to war. I want to learn about what the president thinks about the wars and how many soldiers they
send to defend this country. I'm curious on the chain of command people have to follow to contact
the
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Lance Corporal Dinsmore : An Aviation Mechanic
A large misconception about the military is that people think that everything is free for service
members and their families and that they are just living off the government. The reality is that even
people serving in our military have to pay taxes, have taxes deducted from their paychecks; as well
as their uniforms, food, and housing expenses are also taken out of their paychecks. According to
Lance Corporal Dinsmore, "While serving in the military, you are not living a lavished or exotic life
to be honest, it is the exact opposite. We are constantly living paycheck to paycheck trying to save
enough money to get by until the next pay day." The military is a very honorable occupation but, a
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Hearing the emotions behind their tone really spoke to me and how they wish they could provide
more for their children and loved ones. Service members who are married and have children are
granted a housing allowance to help pay for a place for them to stay. While talking with these
families, I learned that the housing allowance is typically not enough to live in an typical middle
income house or apartment. By having this opportunity, I was touched while also gaining a large
amount of prospective onto what their lives are like. One of the key events about this visit was the
trip to the Commissary and the MCX. For some background, the Commissary is the grocery store
and the MCX is like the military version of Target. Most people who don't know any different might
be under the assumption that working for the government would mean that they provide the
necessities for daily life. But, that is hardly true. When walking into these stores, just like in civilian
world there are price tags on items that are for purchase. From food to clothing, there is real money
associated with everything, nothing is free. One positive about these places on base are that they are
tax exempt. This is a small relief for these military families with their tight budgets. So many
aspects of this trip were a surprise to me. When in the military, your boss
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Comparison In Vietnam
Vietnam
Once you read this you may ask how I look at myself in the mirror every day. Well, it's easy – it's
what you would call duplicity. The separation of my conscious; my Jekyll and my Hyde. You may
question the balance of the two – could the Coral Island and the Lord of the Flies really coexist?
Darkness dwells and manipulates itself within each man, however I was completely unaware of my
true darkness until... The letter stared me down. The bold black cursive leaped off the parchment and
curved into my thoughts, settling its roots in my brain stem, wriggling its intangible vines into the
relative innocence of my former mind. The looming words on the letter read 'National Service
Registration Office'.
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In the games of man, I was a pawn but what if, whilst no one was looking, I climbed the tower? I
planned to eliminate the Generals, Field Marshals and Lieutenant generals who used me, a Captain,
and instead of their game it would be mine.
General Mahoney, a man of size and stature, ate his lunch at the same restaurant, at the same time
everyday so he made it pretty easy for me. I worked with some unfavourable larcenists who may be
considered bad guys but I say that in war there are no good or bad guys, it's all a matter of
perspective. The unexpected civilian bombing wasn't so unexpected to me, in fact it was totally
expected for I was the person who coordinated it. My plan was to just kill one at a time but what I
was unaware of was that General Mahoney had invited both the major and Lieutenant general. Three
birds and one stone...just too easy. The next day I got commissioned to a higher rank, just like I had
planned. I was the new Lieutenant General. The joy overwhelmed me however a put up a façade of
sadness so I didn't look so suspect. It may sound sadistic but I was happy, for their deaths lead to my
upheaval. Now only one problem remained ahead of me...
The newly appointed Field Marshall, Dawson. He was a diamond in the rough; in his game he had
all the pieces, he just didn't know how to play them. He was the king, moving a step at a time, I
however was the dark horse, bounding around the board, majestically and unknowingly pouncing on
my prey and he just
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Ever since I understood what the military was as a child,...
Ever since I understood what the military was as a child, I wanted to be a Soldier. I wanted to defend
and disseminate our nation's ideals by assisting others in what my nation knew was right. As I grew
in the Army as an enlisted member, I decided to become a military officer. Although as a young man
I may have made a righteous, albeit impulsive, decision to enlist; the decision to become an officer
was not made at all lightly. Witnessed through my experience in the Army, I realize that I am
observed differently by society as an officer. With this, as much as I have endured, my
responsibilities as a Soldier would inherently change from this point forward. As a Soldier, I want to
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It is imperative that my actions are not only expressed as honorable or virtuous, but interpreted that
way as well. The people of America trust that the officer corps is a vested authority in which they
depend upon for the welfare and lives of their children. Without the support of every officer serving
as a role model for their subordinates, society will expect less from our military officers, weakening
the military as a whole. Transitioning from enlisted to officer is an achievement that results in an
increased awareness of responsibility. A few of these conceptions are: take care of Soldiers prior to
taking care of myself; plan my career accordingly in order to progress; and to develop people,
making the most of their talents. It is imperative to care for your Soldiers first in order for them to
be ready to take care of the mission. As an officer, I will be giving the orders, but the Soldiers need
to be ready and able to accomplish the task. To ensure I progress in my career, I need to plan for it.
Serving and excelling in my assigned position is only part of setting myself apart from my peers; as
an officer, it is expected that I become an expert at my current position, then educate myself in order
to qualify for the next better job. The best leaders are able to use their tools efficiently to complete a
task; the best tools in all situations are Soldiers. In
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The Relationship Between Punishment And Positions Of Power
Positions of Power
Rachel A. Wood
Columbia Southern University
Abstract
The proposed research assess if military individuals in a position of power who have committed a
sexual assault were held to a lesser standard than individuals who were not in a position of power. In
addition, this research examines the perception of the military's belief that a position has its
privileges. This paper defines at least 65 percent of sexual assaults occur at a military location, with
89 percent of women stating the offender was in the military, and 60 percent of service members
said the culprit was a higher rank, supervisor, or a unit leader (Morral, Gore, & Shell, 2014b, p.
101). Furthermore, this research has shown that more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Due to an individual's position in the military, could that position determine the reason individuals
have been able to get away with sexual assault and remain in the military? Does the current issue lie
with the military justice system's view on these types of positions? Could it be an issue with the men
in a position of power that make up the top ninety–one percent of the highest–ranking individuals in
the military (Chemaly, 2014)? Would this propose the reason why they were able to retire or receive
a lesser punishment than those of a lower ranking position? Do the current documented surveys,
methods of collecting data and empirical research show the relationship of outcomes consistently
mitigated, were of those cases involving high ranking individuals in positions of power?
Problem Statement
Has the exposure of sexual assault high profile cases involving positions of power who have
received a lesser conviction than the military members not in a position of power show the
difference that they are not held to the same standard as lower ranking positions? The purpose of
this study is to assess the differences in sexual assault outcomes and if they can be explained by the
accused's position of power. In the military, sexual assault cases have happened more often than
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  • 1. When You’Re At A Family Gathering, Do You Sometimes Feel When you're at a family gathering, do you sometimes feel like you are disconnected or uncomfortable because you don't get along with your family? Think of a time in your life where you had a good relaxing day with your family. If you couldn't think of anything, that is okay because you are not alone. According to a poll of 2,000 parents conducted by Virgin Holidays and Universal Orlando Resort, they found that "families spend about 36 minutes per weekday together" (Denee, realtruth.org). In general, the term family means a group consisting of parents and children living under a household, in which the idea of that can sound alarming to some people who aren't close with their families. This is when they turn to their friends to find their ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Census 2010 figures, "31% (more than 41,000 same–sex couples) are raising biological, step, or adopted children under age 18"(Gates, the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law). Even so, there has been a decrease in the amount of children going into foster care, but sadly enough only a few are adopted. According to a study conducted by the U.S. Department of Human and Health Services, around 800,000 children were served and only 50,000 were adopted in 2006, yet in 2015, around 617,000 children were served, but only 53,000 were adopted. In some cases, families have been devastatingly broken up from incarceration of a family member or the aftermath of a divorce between two parents, which was how my biological family ended up. Before my parents got divorced, everyone in my household was connected with each other but also dealing with our clashes of personalities. We always ate dinner together and went to church every Sunday (I was forced into Catholicism, and later confirmed but haven't looked back since). My siblings and I got into plenty of arguments and fights, but at the end of the day we all loved each other and would've done anything for each other; well except for my toddler self. During the summer before 6th grade, my parents got divorced and that really took a toll on my well–being. My dad moved out of the house and, nothing was the same since. Since my dad was our family's main ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Major Luston Short Story Major Luxon arrived, leading the Marines from the front; it was impressive to the Rowland family to see the Marine Commander on the road with his men. Major Luxon met with Mr. and Mrs. Luxon for about an hour. Mr. Rowland then asked the Major to follow him. Major Luxon shrugged and thought, why not? The two men headed out to one of the many barns on the property. Mr. Rowland swung open one of the doors, "You think this will help you?" Mr. Rowland asked Major Luxon. The barn was filled from top to bottom with wheat and corn. "We had a bumper crop this year and it seems to be all going to waste," Mr. Rowland told the Major. "I'm not the one to make the decision Mr. Rowland; you would need to speak to Captain O'Hara the base commander. I'm sure he' be more than happy to take it. With that said, why not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As for the robbers the civilian security forces will be following along. In the meantime the NSWS will be taken on security for the area," Major Luxon responded. "What's the NSWS?" Mr. Rowland asked. "Naval Special Weapons Sailors. We Marines took a bunch of them and trained them up like they were Marines. Once we had the first couple of classes trained and we evaluated them, they took over the training. They've got two Battalions of them now; see that down the road there?" Major Luxon pointed to the dust trail that had been getting closer and closer. "Yes sir I see that," Mr. Rowland exclaimed. "That would be First Battalion Naval Special Weapons coming for a visit, and tomorrow Second Battalion will be arriving." "Why so many?" "We've been ordered by Captain O'Hara to expand our perimeters out; we need farm animals and horses for plowing," Major Luxon eyed Mr. Rowland hoping he would see where he was going with this conversation. "Doesn't Oceana have its own stables?" "Yes sir it does and we're using what we can now, but the horses are also being used for transportation by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. A Peaceful Evacuation : Building A Multi Project Battalion... A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi–Project Battalion by Leading Upward Anthony Bing Dr. Jimmie Flores October 23, 2016 Strayer University, Augusta Georgia A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi–Project Battalion by Leading Upward Leadership is a integral part of project management; all together for any project to be effective, a person with great management skills should be selected as the leader of the project. The significance of leadership in project management can be found in this case study, "A Peaceful Evacuation: Building a Multi– Project Battalion by Leading Upward". The contextual investigation spins around the leadership capabilities of Lieutenant Colonel Yaron and Lieutenant Colonel Daniel amid the separation and departure of Israeli settlement in the heart of numerous Palestinian populaces close to the Gaza Strip. They had an alternate sort of authority style which confronted numerous troubles and was worthwhile for the circumstances. This paper will convey leadership styles of both Lieutenant Colonels Yaron and Daniel amid the evacuations. Distinctive leadership styles amid the institution of a project, regardless of the possibility that it is a battle ready one, impacts the movement of the project and its leadership from numerous points of view. Lieutenant Colonel Yaron has an exceptionally transformational authority style which is common all through most of the contextual analysis. A transformational leadership style rely on upon elevated amounts of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Criminal Law Enforcement Cover Letter Lieutenant FOSTER, Please accept this letter as my official request to participate in the selection process for the position of Detective within the Special Operations Division. I feel THAT I would become an asset to the Special Operations Bureau as a dedicated member of the Cochise County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Enforcement Team. I HAVE STRONG DESIRE to serve my community and the Cochise County Sheriff's Office by working within a unit of like– minded, self motivated individuals whose focus is making our local communities safer by "Preparing cases on criminal activity in our neighborhoods and local communities," " Creating a partnership with other local, state and federal agencies to manage larger and more in–depth narcotics/smuggling operational investigations." (NET) Listed below is a brief summary as to why I feel I am a appropriate candidate for such an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... WITHIN this nine year period, I have served as a Police Service Dog Handler for over six years. During my service as a Deputy Sheriff, I have served with various types of specialized units throughout the region, INCLUSIVE OF, but is not limited to; Drug Interdiction Units, several different narcotics task forces, The U.S. Marshall's Fugitive Apprehension Task Force, The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Indian Affairs, The United States Drug Enforcement Agency, The Navaho Nation Department of Public Safety, The Arizona Department of Public Safety, The Apache County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team, The Show Low Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics Team, The Apache County Sheriff's Office K–9 Unit, and the Cochise County Sheriff's Office K–9 Unit. I feel this demonstrates my ability to collect, share information, develop and maintain a well working relationship with both the community and other law enforcement ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Sergeant Major Greg Valliant: A Short Story Sergeant Major Greg Valliant was the senior NCO for 2nd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, and nicknamed 'Geronimo'. He had been a paratrooper his entire career which started when he was seventeen years old. He'd been stationed all over the world and was a combat veteran of Panama, Grenada, the first Gulf War, Afghanistan and Iraq (the second war). He was nearing mandatory retirement soon and had no idea what he was going to do next. The Army was all he knew, he had no family to speak of, and he was divorced with three grown kids, none of whom talked to him anymore. It's not that he was a bad husband or father, he was an absentee father, and he was never home. He was either in the field or overseas some place generally in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He thought about ducking back out but it was too late she spotted him and was walking towards him. "I've been calling you day and night, why won't you return my calls?" inquired Cindy. "You've been calling?" said Greg. "I must have missed them." "Quit the BS Greg it doesn't work on me." stated Cindy flatly. "Alright, let's not discuss any of this here lets go to my office." Greg and Cindy walked back to his office with Cindy trailing a few steps behind. This was the first time since the separation and subsequent divorce that Cindy had been to his office, heck since she's been on post. He couldn't help and wonder what was so important that she had to make a personal appearance. Once back inside the office he closed the door behind them and offered her a seat on the couch, she sat, and he took one of the large chairs that faced her. "What brings you to my neck of the woods?" asked Greg. "Your neck of the woods? I still live in Fayetteville and haven't moved or left the planet." "What do you want Cindy? You pretty much got everything in the divorce to include half my pension when I retire." "Have you talked to any of the kids lately?" she asked. Now she had his attention, "Is this what this is all about, one of the kids?" said ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Sergeant Major John Rawlins During The Vietnam War Sergeant Major John Rawlins was a privot training in the 54th massachusetts and ascended to the rank of Sergeant Major. Before the war he was a slave in south carolina. he escaped, leaving his family behind and became a gravedigger for union soldiers. Throughout the movie he showed strong leadership and discipline which carry him to his new rank. He aided in leading the attack on fort wagner and died in the process. John Rawlins is a strong man who shows great leadership and speaking skills even before becoming a sergeant. Before the war John was a slave working in south carolina, he managed to escape, but in the process, left his family behind. Because of this he not only fights for his country, and other slave, he also fights to free his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Case Analysis : Eldred Hosea Moye Eldred Hosea Moye Sr. enlisted in the United States Navy in October 1984 at Military Entrance Processing station, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He attended Operations Specialist "A" School in Damneck, VA, where he was meritoriously advanced to Operations Specialist Seaman Apprentice. He quickly rose through the enlisted ranks and would become a United States Chief Petty Officer in 7 years, which is a great achievement for this sailor because is usually takes 10 or more years to get promoted to that rank. In the following years he would lead sailors on a tour of duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, which was part of the "war on terror". Following this successful tour, he joined the staff of Naval Medical Center Portsmouth's Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program as an Addictions Counselor and the Senior Enlisted Advisor. Mr. Moye is a Navy Fighter Weapons School "Topgun" graduate. He earned: a Navy Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certification, Navy Instructor certification, a Bachelor of Science Degree from Old Dominion University and a Master's of Divinity from Regent University. This leader has 3 distinctive qualities that have given him the abilities to do magnificent things. The first quality is his ability to make decisions. "Decision– making leaders are leaders are leaders who solve problems by making good decisions that result in lasting solutions" (Borek, Lovett, & Towns, 2005). I have seen him make very hard decisions, some decisions he has made I didn't ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. Subjective Jail Classification System Subjective classification: Subjective jail classification is a system that relies on the "gut" feeling of the classification staff when making decisions, especially housing decisions. This approach relies on a review of jail records (if inmate had been incarcerated before), current charge, criminal history (prior incarcerations), social history, substance abuse history, mental health history, and the impressions of the classification staff interviewer to make placements. Subjective jail classification has been described as a "clinical, intuitive, seat–of–the–pants approach." This approach relies on opinions and feelings instead of objective criteria. Objective classification: Objective jail classification uses measurable factors and applies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Classification is a key management tool that helps jail staff make educated decisions about inmate housing arrangements, custody levels, staff precautions, work assignments, and program involvement. The classification process begins with interviewing the inmate to determine the security level that best suits the inmate. It determines the best and safest housing for the inmate. Classification reassesses inmates after a brief time in incarceration to determine programs and privileges for the inmate. There are many goals and benefits in classification. Classification protects inmates from one another, weaker from stronger, mentally ill from heathier inmates. It also identifies and addresses security risk like contraband traffickers, gang members, and escape risk. Inmate classification also strengthens security, effectively uses resources, provides a platform for consistent decision making, improve efficacy and effectiveness, and reduces liability for jail. Classification procedures are basically the same the inmate is asked a series of questions about their lifestyle, criminal history, current charges, and gang affiliation. The inmate is also observed for behavioral and mental health problems during the classification. Based on the outcome of the interview the inmate is temporary housed to the best needs for the facility, and the inmate. The inmate receives orientation and a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Custody Levels Classification and Custody Levels The history and development of classification processes in corrections. Identify the two primary functions of the classification process. The different custody levels and the methods used for housing assignment. Legal precedent liability issues associated with classification. How classification processes are central to prison service operations. The History of Classification Hanser (2013) asserts before the early 1800s majority of the inmates were initially housed together and overtime they were separated into broad and ill–defined groups of offenders such as: juveniles, women, first–time offenders, and debtors to keep away from the petrifying criminals (p.208). Alexander Maconochie is known for implementing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are four types of classification systems such as: offense–based systems, risked based systems, need based systems, and objective classification. Offense based systems focus on the nature and seriousness of the current offense like was violence involved, injury to the victim, domestic, sexual offense, and primarily look at the current criminal offense. Risked based systems questions if the offender is present for re–offending and to the public safety. The risked based systems look for the following: nature of the current offense, criminal history, age of the offender, history of past violations (parole or ), jail or past institutional conduct, STG (gang) affiliation. Needs based systems is the nature of correctional treatment appropriate to the offender needs like medical, psychological, educational, vocational, substance abuse, and special needs. Lastly, objective classification systems uses tests and instruments that has been validated, contains the same components and scoring approach for all offenders and involves the offender and is readably ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Metaphor: A Short Story A battered boxer knowing the inevitable defeat couldn't compare to the shame that this man walked. With triumphant gusto Reginald welcomes Dough with false arms and with a pseudo announcement as he approaches him, '' LOOK OUT PEOPLE A WALKING LEGEND.'' And humourlessly just to Dough, "or shall I say a fucking legend." ''You schmuck!" Dough replies. Reginald guides Dough further aside to whisper an ophiomormous ploy into his naked ear. "Is it the blonde I could easily replace her? I can, with the flick of my finger." "I'm leaving." Reginald leans deeper into Dough's ear with the paradoxical motion of a serpentine's hunger and rodential survival, with a subconscious wish of wanting to metamorphosize is tongue punch to a hybrid of rat's tail and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This," holy matrimony ", baloney" "Good, good. Remember Dough at the end of the day we are both in the same boat." "And yet we still sail on different oceans." Reginald left the bathroom before he could hear the last bit of Dough's sentience. Staring at his reflection he thought why it took him so long to realize that this was not a normal way to earn a living. Where did it start from? He remembered the parental wisdom that was bestowed on him at a tender age. It was, "Never settle down son, romance weighs on loves endurance and screwing a screw can only last so long until its fixed in its place. It's better to hammer nails quick and hard. Then hustle the hell out of dodge before the rust starts showing." Sadly that happened to be his mother's advice. For a man in five years time will become a sexagenarian was lucky enough to become distinguish in his looks. The rhytides formed a physiognomy that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Time Management Within The Military Time management plays a vital role in each and every unit with the United States Army and it affects how quickly they can respond to problems when they arise. Time management encompasses just about everything in the Army. From Senior Non–Commissioned Officers (SNCO) making sure their soldiers are in the right place at the right time by tracking all their soldiers appointments and duties or the squad leaders and other Non–Commissioned Officers making sure that maintenance is being completed on time so the aircraft are ready to fly, and making sure that soldiers are ready for their flights for the day all the way down to the lower enlisted soldier making sure he or she is on time and ready to complete their day. These are the just a few of the things that time management encompasses within the military. So what is time management? Time management is a skill that needs to learned or if need be taught to every soldier within the ranks. Imagine a unit that has no time management skills. Soldiers are late for flights, they miss appointments and in turn receive article fifteens, Senior Non–Commissioned Officers are being scolded by their First Sergeants for not being able to properly track their soldiers which in turn falls downhill to the squad leaders. Maintenance isn't completed and a majority of the fleet is down leaving only a few aircraft in an airworthy status, as the operational readiness level continues to drop, soldiers fail to complete training requirements and are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. The Tragedy Of Captain O ' Hara Captain O'Hara was struggling with the situation at NAS Oceana, he was a military commander and all of his training dealt with the military complex which was order. Now he was charged with policing the civilian community that had been popping up around the base. It wasn't only this base but the others bases close–by were dealing with the same issues. They estimated the civilian numbers around the base to be close to three thousand people. They lived mostly in squalor and there were food riots about every other day. There was very little law and order in the camps and Captain O'Hara was at a loss at what to do. Civilian law enforcement had all but disappeared weeks after the event. They were now in the third month and things had ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He believed in his Sailors and they had a lot of them sitting around doing nothing these days. Hundreds had gone AWOL feeling that the US Navy was all but dead. Fort Story was a joint operation base with Naval Amphibious Base Battle Creek. The Navy there was deeply embedded with Army and recently were deployed along with the Soldiers. The Army command there had set up a crash course in combat survival for the Sailors, they were re–trained by the Army to patrol and fight along with the Soldiers. That's what he needed, then it hit him, 'why couldn't the Marines do the same thing here? Granted they were all aviation Marines but weren't all Marines combat rifleman first?' Then there was the company of Marines that was on one of the ships in port that were now being used to provide security. He called in his XO Commander Avery Hardy, a twenty year Navy veteran, "Avery, can you find the Marine Company commander and ask him to report to me?" "Yes sir I'm sure I can, what's up?" asked the Commander. "I think I may have come up with a plan to help with our civilian security problems. Can you get him in here ASAP please?" "Yes sir will do." With that the Commander saluted and did an about face and left the office. Commander Hardy knew exactly where the Marine Company commander was, they had set up a command post near the front gate. The purpose of that was to be able to react as quickly as they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. A narrative essay about my first day of Army basic training. "What 's your name" asked one of two men in camouflage uniforms standing in front of me. "Holtan, Drill Sergeant" I half stuttered. The other man flew into an angry rage and started to scream at me "Soldier, he is not a Drill sergeant, look at him now soldier! What rank is he now that you looked? "He is an officer" I said trying not to cry, my lower lip trembling slightly. "Holtan now start pushing and don 't stop til I come back, because im the command sergeant major of this base." Screamed Command sergeant major Martinez. After high school I decided to go and serve my country in the United States Army. I signed up January of 2002, my senior year of high school to be a medic. My official first day in the Army was August 22nd 2002. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... "You 're too slow, start running around the room, NOW" the Drill sergeant yelled from the front of the room. The room a rectangular shape had fifteen bunks on each side with a hollow green rectangle painted in the middle of the floor. I kept running and running around that green rectangle, I could hear the Drill sergeant yelling but everything seemed so quiet. It was so hot in the room, and it was then that I knew I really was in hell. All I could hear was my heavy labored ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Should Lyddie Sign The Petition Book Report Lyddie needs to sign that petition! Why? I'll tell you why. It could save her from a life filled with exhaustion and dry coughs. Signing the petition could be like rebirth for the factory girls who breath poison air. The'd have newly found energy, more energy to do things after work, better working conditions, all at the risk of signing one petition? Seems pretty worth it to me. This book is Lyddie, Lyddie is about a girl in Lowell that was sent to work to pay off her family's debts, this book is by Katherine Patterson, I believe Lyddie should sign the petition because it could be beneficial to her safety. How could it be beneficial to her safety? Well that should be obvious but, Lyddie got hurt because of her bosses greed, "Before she could ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. The Assessment Team Administrator Should Begin The Process... The assessment team administrator should begin the process of soliciting assessment team members. Many organizations solicit members through. Their corporate newsletter, electronic mail, or a personal letter sent from the president/CEO inviting participation. Team members selections should be considered from a group of employees who have expressed an interest in better understanding homeland security and using the Baldrige Criteria as a template for improving their organization's homeland security infrastructure. Once team members have been selected, it is recommended that an assessment workshop be conducted by the assessment team administrator or team participants who have an understanding of homeland security issues and the Baldrige Criteria. The workshop may include using a case study for the team to practice identifying organizational strengths and opportunities for improvement in at least one or two categories. During the workshop, the team will discuss each category and determine "What does this mean for my organization?" The use of this manual will help the team practice translating homeland security issues and Baldrige Criteria into simple language for their own organization–wide assessment.Assessment team members should represent a cross section of employees. All departments throughout the organization should be represented on the teams. Diversity adds value and strength to each assessment team. In larger organizations, seven homeland security assessment/Baldrige ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. Captain Rink Quotes From The Crucible Captain Rink: Correct. Robert: Does that sound like anything that, you know, and I know that you been working with these folks for a long time, does it sound like anything that any of your folks under your charge would say, I mean, because the thing was, Burmaster's statement was Commander Wargelin told him directly that we need to get Helm out of here and we are going to send him to Afghanistan because we don't need his headaches in the command. He's going to be a nuisance; he filed this previous IG complaint. He saying he went back told Helm that and that is why you took these actions against him, against Burmaster. Captain Rink: Again, you know, I dispute that, because as I so pretty clearly in the NIB lock, there were a number of issues ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So, to put in a complaint for something that, to me, wasn't justified, you know, I wasn't, I think it's just the wrong way to run and lets solve things quickly at the lower levels. Robert: So, you aren't saying that you discourage folks from using the IG chain or that you were upset that they used the IG chain. Captain Rink: Not at all, in fact, we put it in our palm, if you need to contact and if you have an IG complaint, you can contact them and here is the, I can't remember if it was an email and or a phone number, but I remember us putting it in the palm and saying, you know, we will be open and transparent for the whole thing. So, it wasn't that at all, it was expressed to my tenant and I did it in front of every single sailor that came through my command. Guys, work at the lowest level and solve things at the lowest level, don't let problems fester and if you can't get it solved, work it up your chain of command and we will take action. So, it's really just, I'd like to see sailors that give the man a chance to solve their problem and we were working on those ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Administration Essay Preparation Firstly, to prepare for the first administration of the CAS, I read the examiner manual which explained that in order for the results to be interpretable and avoid reducing of reliability and validity, the assessment should be administered according to the procedures and recommended testing conditions (Das & Naglieri, 1997). There were several key points to be familiar with which are: the materials needed in each subtest (ie. Response book, red pencil, stopwatch), the starting points according to age, the time limits per item, scoring of each item, and the discontinue rules. I then reviewed the record forms, response booklets, and marked the starting points according to Jhallen's and Sierra's age with highlighter and post–it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a result, I made changes with Sierra's assessment and decided to split it in two sessions with two subtests each session in order to avoid fatigueness. Building Rapport According to Das and Naglieri (1997), it is important to establish rapport with the examinee but also be aware of providing praise and compliment that may influence the results. I found it fairly easy to build rapport with Jhallen as I have conducted an interview for the first assignment. As the setting was more relaxed, Jhallen often asked some questions in which I found it difficult to not repeat the item or give guidance. In order to not compromise the standardization of the test, I reminded Jhallen in every beginning of the task that I cannot give guidance. On the other hand, my assessment with Sierra required more effort in building rapport as she appeared to be shy and quiet in the beginning. In order to establish rapport I had a brief conversation about her day and introduced the assessment, emphasising that some of the tasks may be easy or difficulty but to try her best. To maintain rapport during the assessment, I made sure that she understood the instructions of every task and be aware that I could not provide help or feedback. Report Writing The CAS Examiner's Manual provided steps in scoring and interpreting the scores. I found the instructions to score the CAS results to be straightforward. It was also very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Glue In Romeo And Juliet Glue can be viewed as a sticky mess; however, it is the mold and foundation for the basis of many things. Glue is a binder for many things including art projects and practical crafts. Much like how literal glue sticks objects together, metaphoric glue keeps order. For instance, a father is the glue of a family because he is a protector, a money–maker, and a lover. In the dramatic play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, two families' feuds have to keep lovers apart until their deaths. Their families start to fall apart as the mold holding them together does as well. Young Juliet ends her life far too early because her father, Lord Capulet, has a wrath that is too much to put up a fight with. Her father gives her orders that she refuses to take, but unfortunately he does not like to hear the word "no." Nonetheless, chaos unfolds to what seems to be no end. Ultimately, Lord Capulet's power and temper both weakens and strengthens the glue that holds together the Capulet name. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A father's most precious moments are the ones he spends with his little girl. When Lord Capulet is first introduced, he is illustrated as the loving father all girls are lucky to have. He cares for and protects his daughter from many dangers, including boys with their own agendas. For instance, Lord Capulet says, My child is yet a stranger in the world, She hath not seen the change of fourteen years; Let two more summers wither in their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Customs and courtesies Essay US Army Customs and Courtesies A custom is a social norm stemming from tradition and enforced as an unwritten law. A courtesy is a respectful behavior often linked to a custom. A military courtesy is such behavior extended to a person or thing that honors them in some way. Military customs and courtesies define the profession of arms. When you display military customs and courtesies in various situations, you demonstrate to yourself and others your commitment to duty, honor, and country. And your professionalism and pride. As a new soldier and future Army leader, you must recognize that military customs and courtesies are your constant means of showing that the standard of conduct for officers and Soldiers is high and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... PARADE REST: Like "Attention", Parade Rest is a form of respect given to NCOs by those junior in rank. When a Senior NCO enters an area of junior enlisted soldiers or cadets, the room is called to "at ease". All personnelshould immediately go to the position of "stand at–ease" until told to "carry– on". Likewise, when speaking to an NCO, soldiers junior in rank or cadets, will maintain the position of "parade rest" until instructed to "stand at ease", "at ease", or "rest"/relax. Things you should never do or say: Never criticize the Army or a leader in public. Never go "over the heads" of superiors–don't jump the chain of command. Never offer excuses. Never "wear" a superior's rank by saying something like, "the first sergeant wants this done now," when in fact the first sergeant said no such thing. Speak with your own voice. Never turn and walk away to avoid giving the hand salute. Never run indoors or pretend you don't hear (while driving, for example) to avoid standing reveille or retreat. Never appear in uniform while under the influence of alcohol. If you don't know the answer to a superior's question, you will never go wrong with the response, "I don't know sir, but I'll find ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. The Gogol Grotesque Characters Grotesque Characters When talking about the grotesque uncertainty and confusion is often common because when someone or something is grotesque it is out of the norm we don't usually see or hear about it. In Gogol's "The Nose" the grotesque is present throughout the whole story and especially with the two main characters Ivan Yakovlevich and Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov. A reader of this story will notice the similarities and the differences that these two characters share. This response to "The Nose" will compare and contrast the two main characters and show how they are grotesque. The title of this story alone should tell the reader that this is most likely about a nose or something pertaining to that particular body part which is different. The title alone can make the reader ask questions before they even start to read the story. As one may read and find out that the story is about a nose and how Collegiate Assessor Kovalyov (also referred to as major) loses his nose. As Ivan Yakovlevich is sitting down to eat a roll he feels something in the roll. "He pokes two fingers in and pulled out – a nose!" (Gogol 113). Ivan freaks out as any normal person would do and decides to get rid of the evidence and drops it off a bridge. The major on the other hand wakes up one morning to find he has lost his nose and has no idea where it is. He later finds his nose acting as a person who has a rank that is three higher than his. The major even tries to talk his own nose and holds a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Why the Rank Structure and Chain of Command Are Important There are a lot of reasons for the rank structure and the chain of command. Every reason that I am going to explain in this essay is very important. I am going to separate them into two paragraphs. The first paragraph will be about the importance of the rank structure and why the rank structure is in place. The second paragraph will be about the importance of the chain of command and why the chain of command is set into place. The rank structure goes back to the 1700's. The rank structure was put into place so that the soldiers had someone that was there to give out orders; also the rank structure was there to teach the newer enlisted respect. If the rank structure was not in place, there would be no order or discipline in the army. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But there is one simple way to fix that problem that a lot of us lower enlisted seem to have. If the person you are about to talk to is not your chief or one of the other chiefs in your platoon. Do not talk to them unless they speak to you first. And all you really need to say to them is check, roger, hooah. In the past year and three months, I have had a lot of trouble realizing this. I tend to do the wrong thing and go talk to who I need to talk to without going about it the right way. If you want to talk to your commander, you need to talk to you chief, then your platoon sergeant, then your first sergeant, then you can talk to your commander. This may seem like a lot of work. But in all actuality if the problem that you have is able to be fixed beforehand, then it was all worth the work. Yes there are going to be situations when you know that it can only be fixed by talking to the highest person in the chain of command, but the chain of command needs to know what is going on so that they can try to help you and explain the situation to the next person up. Before I realized that the chain of command is here for the soldier, I always thought that it was just so that your chief and your platoon sergeant do not look bad to the person above them. In some cases this may be slightly true, but it is not just about that. It is about helping you out as much as possible. Help yourself by going through the chain of command. There is no reason for you to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Character Analysis Of Mercy In A Mercy, readers are able to see several phases of changes each individual characters go through throughout the book. Lina, she goes through the phase where her experience changes her thinking. Jacob, he changes by community, the surrounding environment he is surrounded by. Florens, the main character of this book especially go through this phase several times. Readers see how her experiences, family, race, and class alter her which is similar to how American's identity is being determined today. First, readers see, from the overall experiences Florens has throughout the book, how her identity is determined which is similar to how American's identity is determined today. For instance, on the very beginning of A Mercy, Morrison references something strange thing that is somewhat out of her context. Florens says, "As a result, Lina says, my feet are useless..." (4). The quote illustrates that how Florens knows her identity or her feature that she has about her that her feet are useless. The quote also claims about how Floren's identity is or what Florens though about her identity is which can be used to compare how Florens have changed throughout her experience. Another examples is shown when in the end of the book Florens shows how she has changed through her experience that refers back to the the experience she had with her mother, Minha Mae. She says, "...Mae, you can have pleasure now because the soles of my feet are hard as cypress" (189). What Florens says demonstrates ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Reflective Essay On Civil Service My agency, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, has Civil Service and, as such, there are certain criteria that one must meet before I could promote. Anyone who passes a few tests and does well on some Internal Review Boards is eligible for promotion. Therefore, since I guessed better than the person sitting next to me did, I am making major decisions that affect dozens of people directly and possibly hundreds indirectly. The only training I received in supervision were the classes I took to impress the Internal Review Board. The perils of Civil Service, perhaps. Additionally, when I first made sergeant in 2011 there was no training program for the new supervisors. Surprisingly, I rode with another sergeant for three days and then was on my own. Expectations were that I could perform the duties and responsibilities since I passed the test. Then, in 2016, I made lieutenant and the only training I received was moving from the sergeant's office across the hall to my new office. Since then I, with another lieutenant, have put together a training program for all new sergeants. However, on my own I learned a few things and have come up with a few of my own maxims that many other supervisors have taken to quoting: When in doubt, do whichever option requires more work At my agency, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, has Civil Service and, as such, there are certain criteria that one must meet before I could promote. Anyone who passes a few tests and does well on some ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. Theme Of Family In Water For Elephants Believing in Creating Families The novel Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen presents a dramatic and emotional plot about a boy, Jacob, who joins the circus after losing everything. As readers join Jacob on his journey, the question of what constitutes family is answered and the theme family can be created by those who love a person is revealed. Like Jacob people may feel alone and lost but, there is a family out there somewhere, even if they are a bit unconventional. Water for Elephants resonates with my beliefs about family by expressing the theme, family does not always mean those one is born to but those one has found to love and care for. My beliefs allowed me to better understand the theme, connect with characters, as well as strengthen my beliefs by reading such an emotional novel with the theme centered on creating a family. I was instilled with the belief family does not mean people who share DNA, rather people who share love and compassion for one another. This allowed me to better understand the theme about creating families the author explains in the novel. By understanding the basics of the theme, I know families created are just as or more strong and loving than those which are born. For instance, when Uncle Al is unfair to Jacob, Camel reassures Jacob, "You're a good kid, and I ain't about to stand by and watch you mope off 'cuz that fat old grouch don't got time." (Gruen 53) Jacob found a family in many people from the circus and the strength of that family is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Personal Statement: My Role As A Senior Enlisted Leader 1. I humbly and respectfully request to be considered for a Command Master Chief position. My distinguished record as a leader and operator make me qualified for this position of trust and responsibility. My leadership philosophy is that an individual's leadership skills continually evolve; however, there are elements that remain constant, such as respect, purpose, collaboration, heart, trust, and spirit. Carefully managing team synergy, harmonizing its dynamics, and maximizing the advantages of diversity in order to achieve collective success are challenges we should strive to undertake. 2. As a Senior Enlisted Leader I aspire to develop a better comprehension of strategic issues. Having in–depth knowledge of the complexities behind decisions, processes, and the totality of circumstances is instrumental when addressing matters to Coast Guard field units. Furthermore, this perspective is integral to a Senior Enlisted Leader's ability to provide timely, complete and reliable counsel to operational and strategic leaders, particularly when making decisions that significantly affect the workforce. 3. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The privilege to command units afloat and ashore provided me with intimate exposure to the challenges experienced by our workforce and their families. Often accompanied by a myriad of ethical dilemmas, these challenges provided a wealth of experience and a better understanding of the impact a leader has on the workforce and their families. Similarly, my experience as the Boatswain's Mate "A" School Assistant School Chief afforded me vital insight into the Coast Guard's formal training system, Human Performance Technology and the development of future enlisted leaders. These experiences provided invaluable opportunities for me to interact with our workforce and understand their views, perform thorough assessments of complex situations, and provide accurate, sound, and practical counsel in order to achieve the best outcome for the unit and our Coast ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. Mission Elements Of Mission Command Essay Reflection of Mission Command Mission Command is one of the foundations of Unified Land Operations that uses a philosophy, a methodology executed throughout the authority and direction of the commander using mission command warfighting functions that incorporated mutually supported task that is enable by a mission command systems. This paper will provide my reflection about mission command, and how I will incorporate principles of mission command such as build cohesive teams through mutual trust, create share understanding, provide guidance of Commander's intent which will inspire self–discipline, produce mission order, accept prudent risk, and exercise discipline initiative in my philosophy in future assignments as a Sergeant Major. Build Cohesive Team/s What better way to motivated troops, what better way to get cooperation, mutual respect, and sense of pride than creating cohesive teams. As their Senior Enlisted Advisor, I need to consider a key ingredient that it is essential to have a good cohesive team and that is trust. Without trust, anything else related to mission command or look for cooperation to support the commander's intent will be irrelevant. To earn the troops' trust I must realize that everybody is human and it is ok to make mistakes, and that is how we grow and learn, I must give all the troops the tools to succeed, and to understand that there will be challenges and blockages that might prevent to meet the Commander's intent. By being a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Mep-Moopan Research Paper Mep–Moopan (Mepanmooper Moshmoosh) Synopsis The Mep–Moopan is a small creature that lives on Moosheria. It is a very friendly and helpful animal that eats the bad bugs. It looks like an earth's marshmallow and with often try and look like one if threatened (due to a lot of the planet's flora looking like candy). Description This small marshmallow like creature is approximately 50cm–80cm high and 40cm wide. The creatch is a whitish–grey, the young ones pinkish. Mep–Moopans live for around 5 years. They have a long bushy tail and small pinkish ears with a point. Due to the cold winter, the species grow a thick skin. Habitat. The Mep–Moopans species mainly live in burrows, due to there only being 2 hours darkness they adapted Their burrow usually contain four main chambers and a bathroom. These creatures care very advanced, creating bedrooms and bathrooms in their burrows. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Behavior Due to the many floating islands, the species has adapted to them and can now bounce from island to island. They can bounce roughly 7 metres up and 8 metres across. Mep–Moopans do not migrate but they do hibernate for 2 months during Moosheria's winter (September–November), they do not sleep through the whole winter. They hibernate in their family groups in the main room of their burrow. They are very friendly and will let abandoned puppers (baby Meep–Moopans) into the burrows and will take them into their families, basically adopting them. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. Analysis Of David Vs. Goliath Decision-Making Strategies It can be disheartening at times to produce content that will compete with massive industry leaders, especially if you have a local market that is competing with a global business. More and more of these massive corporations are seeing the value of content marketing and making it a part of their digital strategy. So that puts your content in a David versus Goliath situation. The industry leader has a wider reach, is viewed as a more authoritative source, and probably ranks better on Google. It is possible to outrank huge corporations and industry leaders. You can do it with some clever planning, creative content and solid SEO work. ANALYZE THEIR CONTENT, FIND HOLES Analyzing competitors is always a good idea to better overcome them. You can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After providing an initial answer, provide more in–depth information backing it up. Getting the featured snippet gets you to the top of the results and can boost traffic to your site. Plus, it gives you a ton of authority with visitors as the trusted answer source of Google. HAVE DIFFERENT CONTENT FORMATS Different people prefer specific content types. If a person prefers a YouTube tutorial for a task, but the industry leaders only have blogs articles about it, you can fill that need your target market has. If you have a different content version than the rest, you'll be more likely to rank high on search results. Google tries to have diverse content for answering inquiries to match what people want. Diversifying content is extremely helpful when trying to find what works best with your target market. As you find what is the most effective, you can invest more time improving the SEO aspect of it so they perform better, and increase the quality over time. Different kinds of content aren't just blogs and videos. Content like case studies, tutorials, eBooks, and such can be great to provide different solutions people are looking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Year 7 Science: Taxonomy Year 7 Science Biology – Classification Assignment Part One: Taxonomy 1. Gould's Goana – Kingdom: Animala – Phylum: Chordata – Subphylum: Vertebrate – Informal: Gnathostomata – Class: Reptila – Subclass: Lepidosauria – Order: Squamata – Suborder: Lacertilia – Family: Varanidae – Genus: Varanus – Species: Varunus Gould In aborginal languages, tho goana is called "bungarra". In other central Australian language they are called "Tinka". The specific name gouldi is latenised form of the name of the scientist who first described this species, English ornithologist John Gould. 2. Forest Kingfisher – Kingdom: Animala – Phylum: Chordata – Subphylum: Vertebrate – Informal: Gnathostomata – Class: Aves – Order: Coraciiformes – Family: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Rank Group Defies Brexit With Impressive Profit Increase Rank Group defies Brexit with impressive profit increase While Brexit has rocked a number of major online gambling industry names, it seems that Rank Group has managed to remain strong. In fact, it can even be argued that Rank Group has gone beyond what it was expected financially speaking, as it posted a profit increase of 15% during the financial year. Coming about through a fresh digital–focused strategy, it appears that Rank Group is defying doubters across the board. The report, which details final results for the year to 30th June, shows that their profit before taxation was a very healthy £85.5 million, which is a notable increase on the £74.5 million posted the year prior. Revenue for Rank Group also increased by 2% to £753 million. The figures show that, generally speaking, Rank Group had a great year, but there was a negative to note amidst the report, as there was 2% dip in the group's operating profits, as it came in at £82.4 million before "exceptional items". Considering the positivity surrounding Rank Group, Henry Birch (Rank Group Chief Executive) has been quick to comment on the report, he said "I am pleased to report a solid set of results with group revenue up 2%, again recording like–for–like growth across all brands and channels in the year. This year we have focused on delivering significant projects to ensure we have the right platform in place for future growth. This included the migration of our digital business onto a new platform, the roll out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Reason For Referral : Evaluation Of An Ed530, Assessment... REASON FOR REFERRAL: Jane was evaluated as part of an ED530, Assessment of Reading & LD assignment. She was selected due to her parents' interest in knowing Jane's writing skill level and looking at this assignment to figure out if she can pursue school psychology as a career in the future. TESTING CONDITIONS: Jane was tested in the examiner's home. The table used for the assessment was cleared of all items except for testing materials. Jane had a glass of orange juice during the test, and she didn't take any break. Results can be considered valid due to the favorable conditions of testing: the room was well–lit; the house was quiet; and Jane was very interested and excited for participating the test. She was very friendly, and in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She showed signs of boredom during subtests 4 and 5, Logical Sentences and Sentence Combining. She said "These questions are way too easy". When I asked her if she wanted take some break, she refused it. She wanted complete the test without taking any break. Despite of some boredom she showed, Jane made a great effort for the duration of the test. She did not ask any questions or test items repeated. After she had completed the assessment, she stated, "The test was very easy." It took 90 minutes to administer the test. TEST RESULTS: The Test of Written Language (TOWL–4) is a norm referenced, diagnostic assessment tool designed to comprehensively examine the written language skills of students between the ages of 9–0 and 17–11. The test is scored based on a norm sample of 2,205 demographically representative students, ages 9–0 through 17–11, across 17 states. The test is comprised of seven subtests intended to assess the three major components of writing: conventional, linguistic, and cognitive. The conventional component refers to punctuation and spelling, the linguistic component refers to syntax and semantics (grammar and vocabulary), and the cognitive component refers to the ability to write logically and articulately. There are two types of formats within the TOWL–4: contrived and spontaneous. Contrived formats force a student's response to contain specific words or conventions. They include the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. The Construction Of Occupational Specialty Codes Essay On September 29, 2016, the U. S. Navy announced that it would modernize the enlisted ratings of the Navy. The plan includes the installation of occupational specialty codes. These codes are similar to those used in the other services. The plan also called for sailors to be referred to by only their rank, such as Petty Officer First Class. The modernization of the enlisted rating system has caused morale issues in the fleet, makes job field detailing better, and aligns with the other branches. First, there will be morale problems in the fleet with the modernization plan. The plan discarded a tradition that goes back two hundred years to the beginning of the Navy. Rates such as Boatswain's Mate, Gunner's Mate and Quartermaster have been in use since the start of the Navy (Broderick). They were carried over from the British Navy which was the used to create the U. S. Navy. Dickstein quoted a sailor saying about the plan that, "It seemed to come out of nowhere without much notice, so a lot of people were surprised it happened" (Dickstein, 2016). Sailors are very protective of their rates, and many have conveyed anger and confusion with the plan. According to Church, a seaman stated that "When you're a Boatswain's Mate it comes with a lot of pride because of what you do" (Church). On whitehouse.gov there is a petition requesting to have the old rating reinstated. As of two October, the petition had almost 41,000 signatures. The positive about the change, it will be easier for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Gaining Position Power In The Military In a military we obtain position power that comes with the rank and the position you are presently serving. The best way to acquire the position power is by performing your general and specific responsibilities per your rank. For example, in the Air Force if you are a Staff Sergeant your primary duty is to be the higher skill technician that will be responsible of training and for his subordinates. If your subordinates don't do their training by the first week of the month than the Staff Sergeant can make them work the weekend to finish their training while working 12 hour shift. The Technical Sergeants are the technical expertise that will advise the Production super–intendent as well as the expediter when the subordinates cannot repair the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. JROTC: A Career As A Cadet Officer In JROTC there are many topics to learn as a cadet. A cadet must memorize the cadet creed and be dedicated to the program. As a cadet I learned a lot of topics in JROTC during my freshman year. In the JROTC I learned the basic rules on how to be a good cadet and the Cadet Staff's Responsibilities. During freshman year in JROTC we learned a lot about leadership and how it will affect us in the future. Leadership was a big topic that we learned during ROTC, the 11 principles of leadership was also an important topic we covered, it thought us how to become leaders. In the future everything I learned in JROTC will make me more independent, reliable, and a helpful person. JROTC taught me how to become more independent and how to lead others, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When we go to future parades I want to learn new chants to represent our school. In JROTC I want to learn what you need in your resume when applying for a university and what will look good on it, so I can get a higher chance to get into that university. I would like to know what you need to do in JROTC to get a better chance at a college and for how long you have to do something in ROTC. I would like to try to do team building exercises so students in are class get to know each other better and communicate well, so when we get older it would be easy for us to do simple tasks. I think our class should communicate more so we can build strong friendships and accomplish a task together in class. I learned a lot in JROTC it changed me a lot; my personality changed and I became a better leader and I build better friendship and my leadership skills improved a lot. I want to learn what other things JROTC haves to offer that isn't related to drill, rifle, etc. I want to know what soldiers have to go through when they are sent to war and how they adapt to their surroundings when they go to war. I want to learn about what the president thinks about the wars and how many soldiers they send to defend this country. I'm curious on the chain of command people have to follow to contact the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Lance Corporal Dinsmore : An Aviation Mechanic A large misconception about the military is that people think that everything is free for service members and their families and that they are just living off the government. The reality is that even people serving in our military have to pay taxes, have taxes deducted from their paychecks; as well as their uniforms, food, and housing expenses are also taken out of their paychecks. According to Lance Corporal Dinsmore, "While serving in the military, you are not living a lavished or exotic life to be honest, it is the exact opposite. We are constantly living paycheck to paycheck trying to save enough money to get by until the next pay day." The military is a very honorable occupation but, a very difficult lifestyle. Lance Corporal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hearing the emotions behind their tone really spoke to me and how they wish they could provide more for their children and loved ones. Service members who are married and have children are granted a housing allowance to help pay for a place for them to stay. While talking with these families, I learned that the housing allowance is typically not enough to live in an typical middle income house or apartment. By having this opportunity, I was touched while also gaining a large amount of prospective onto what their lives are like. One of the key events about this visit was the trip to the Commissary and the MCX. For some background, the Commissary is the grocery store and the MCX is like the military version of Target. Most people who don't know any different might be under the assumption that working for the government would mean that they provide the necessities for daily life. But, that is hardly true. When walking into these stores, just like in civilian world there are price tags on items that are for purchase. From food to clothing, there is real money associated with everything, nothing is free. One positive about these places on base are that they are tax exempt. This is a small relief for these military families with their tight budgets. So many aspects of this trip were a surprise to me. When in the military, your boss ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 71. Comparison In Vietnam Vietnam Once you read this you may ask how I look at myself in the mirror every day. Well, it's easy – it's what you would call duplicity. The separation of my conscious; my Jekyll and my Hyde. You may question the balance of the two – could the Coral Island and the Lord of the Flies really coexist? Darkness dwells and manipulates itself within each man, however I was completely unaware of my true darkness until... The letter stared me down. The bold black cursive leaped off the parchment and curved into my thoughts, settling its roots in my brain stem, wriggling its intangible vines into the relative innocence of my former mind. The looming words on the letter read 'National Service Registration Office'. The day of my birth; the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the games of man, I was a pawn but what if, whilst no one was looking, I climbed the tower? I planned to eliminate the Generals, Field Marshals and Lieutenant generals who used me, a Captain, and instead of their game it would be mine. General Mahoney, a man of size and stature, ate his lunch at the same restaurant, at the same time everyday so he made it pretty easy for me. I worked with some unfavourable larcenists who may be considered bad guys but I say that in war there are no good or bad guys, it's all a matter of perspective. The unexpected civilian bombing wasn't so unexpected to me, in fact it was totally expected for I was the person who coordinated it. My plan was to just kill one at a time but what I was unaware of was that General Mahoney had invited both the major and Lieutenant general. Three birds and one stone...just too easy. The next day I got commissioned to a higher rank, just like I had planned. I was the new Lieutenant General. The joy overwhelmed me however a put up a façade of sadness so I didn't look so suspect. It may sound sadistic but I was happy, for their deaths lead to my upheaval. Now only one problem remained ahead of me... The newly appointed Field Marshall, Dawson. He was a diamond in the rough; in his game he had all the pieces, he just didn't know how to play them. He was the king, moving a step at a time, I however was the dark horse, bounding around the board, majestically and unknowingly pouncing on my prey and he just ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. Ever since I understood what the military was as a child,... Ever since I understood what the military was as a child, I wanted to be a Soldier. I wanted to defend and disseminate our nation's ideals by assisting others in what my nation knew was right. As I grew in the Army as an enlisted member, I decided to become a military officer. Although as a young man I may have made a righteous, albeit impulsive, decision to enlist; the decision to become an officer was not made at all lightly. Witnessed through my experience in the Army, I realize that I am observed differently by society as an officer. With this, as much as I have endured, my responsibilities as a Soldier would inherently change from this point forward. As a Soldier, I want to be a defender of my country while helping other nations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is imperative that my actions are not only expressed as honorable or virtuous, but interpreted that way as well. The people of America trust that the officer corps is a vested authority in which they depend upon for the welfare and lives of their children. Without the support of every officer serving as a role model for their subordinates, society will expect less from our military officers, weakening the military as a whole. Transitioning from enlisted to officer is an achievement that results in an increased awareness of responsibility. A few of these conceptions are: take care of Soldiers prior to taking care of myself; plan my career accordingly in order to progress; and to develop people, making the most of their talents. It is imperative to care for your Soldiers first in order for them to be ready to take care of the mission. As an officer, I will be giving the orders, but the Soldiers need to be ready and able to accomplish the task. To ensure I progress in my career, I need to plan for it. Serving and excelling in my assigned position is only part of setting myself apart from my peers; as an officer, it is expected that I become an expert at my current position, then educate myself in order to qualify for the next better job. The best leaders are able to use their tools efficiently to complete a task; the best tools in all situations are Soldiers. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 75. The Relationship Between Punishment And Positions Of Power Positions of Power Rachel A. Wood Columbia Southern University Abstract The proposed research assess if military individuals in a position of power who have committed a sexual assault were held to a lesser standard than individuals who were not in a position of power. In addition, this research examines the perception of the military's belief that a position has its privileges. This paper defines at least 65 percent of sexual assaults occur at a military location, with 89 percent of women stating the offender was in the military, and 60 percent of service members said the culprit was a higher rank, supervisor, or a unit leader (Morral, Gore, & Shell, 2014b, p. 101). Furthermore, this research has shown that more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Due to an individual's position in the military, could that position determine the reason individuals have been able to get away with sexual assault and remain in the military? Does the current issue lie with the military justice system's view on these types of positions? Could it be an issue with the men in a position of power that make up the top ninety–one percent of the highest–ranking individuals in the military (Chemaly, 2014)? Would this propose the reason why they were able to retire or receive a lesser punishment than those of a lower ranking position? Do the current documented surveys, methods of collecting data and empirical research show the relationship of outcomes consistently mitigated, were of those cases involving high ranking individuals in positions of power? Problem Statement Has the exposure of sexual assault high profile cases involving positions of power who have received a lesser conviction than the military members not in a position of power show the difference that they are not held to the same standard as lower ranking positions? The purpose of this study is to assess the differences in sexual assault outcomes and if they can be explained by the accused's position of power. In the military, sexual assault cases have happened more often than ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...