This is when the ultimate boon occurs, when Luke shoots the missile into the hole to destroy the aircraft. He hits it perfectly with the help from the Force and the mission is a success. Star Wars follows the steps of call to adventure, supernatural aid, meeting the goddess, atonement with the father, and the ultimate boom from The Hero’s Journey. The steps I have mentioned though are not the only ones that it follows though. Star Wars actually follows the whole Hero’s Journey the steps are a little out of order at some places but other than that is is about the same.
St. Jude’s is where Kareem learned how to use his height to perfect his hook shot, which he’s famous for. Kareem wore the number 33 on his jersey was in the seventh grade and he kept that same number until the day he retired. Kareem later attended high school at Power Memorial Academy. As a sophomore, Jabbar led his team to 27 straight victories
As the third ranking student in his grade level, Martin Vargas - Gines is a proud graduating senior of Lakewood High School. Martin likes to get good grades, read, run, play music and interact with others. Always willing to take an interest in the arts Martin has been reading bass cleff since the fifth grade on the string bass and took up playing the electric bass guitar his sophomore year, but this is his first time participating in a school play. Martin’s other involvements in school include being the Battalion Commander in his schools Army JROTC, and running cross country, indoor and outdoor track. Martin hopes to graduate and peruse his career as a Mechanical Engineer.
Duke Paoa Kahanamoku was born on August 24,1890, in Honolulu, Hawaii. The first out of six sons and three daughters of Duke and Julia Kahanamoku, Duke spent his childhood different than most children. He spent all of his time swimming, surfing, canoeing, and body surfing. When Duke was in high school, he was a member of the school championship soccer team.  After that, Duke dropped out of high school.
Then, sending out a flanking party whose fire temporarily confused the enemy, he led his men in a charge against the attackers. Once again he ran a distance of thirty yards into the face of hostile fire shouting to attract enemy fire to him and giving his charging men the opportunity to advance with a minimum of risk. Inspired by his fearlessness, his men completely routed the enemy, and during the action captured 34 prisoners. By his fearlessness and skillful leadership, Sergeant Tsuneo Takemoto won the respect and confidence of his
Last evening a charge was made by the 3rd Brig. On our right which was entirely successful.” He is proud of what is regiment is capable of and another child soldier who should be proud of his accomplishments is Johnny Clem. Clem is regarded as a national hero. He enlisted in the war as a soldier and was giving a musket cut down to his size and when commanded to surrender by a Confederate soldier he proceeded to shoot him. He was also promoted to sergeant and freed during a prisoner exchange.
In Basic Training, I were the student platoon sergeant and Floor Commander during my Advance Individual Training. My previous two units I held the position as a Team chief where I also received my Master Degree, Security plus certification, completed (BLC) Basic Leader Course and got promoted to sergeant. I spent countless hours volunteering in programs; such as, the Battalion Good Neighbor Program, coaching unit men basketball team, assist in coordinating Annual Interdependent Festival for kids and Adopt A Pet. I were a member of the Upward Bound program and played AAU basketball. In high school and college I were the Captain of the varsity basketball team and received the awards for Most Improved, Most Valuable and Defensive player.
Then in 2012 I went and stayed in the states for 6 months. I practiced at a club there and then had to move back to Egypt in December of that year. Then in the fall of 2013 again something amazing happened: I got a gold medal. As my coach, that was a supervisor once said "the gold medal will hang in my chest at nationals" and here I was with a gold medal on my chest. More to that, that same gold medal got me in the national team that went to the junior African championship in which I did what I consider my biggest achievement in swimming so far.