The soldiers did not have good food, the soldiers were living in bad conditions in the year 1777 because the house has holes and they had bad food and In the morning it was really cold. If I were a soldier, I would re-enlist because they are losing people and they need people. I would re-enlist so I could fight for my nation, they need more people and i don't want to be a summer soldier. Re-enlist because now everyone wants to be a summer soldier .D.C. They needed healthy men and people .A.
Rough Draft: Military Conscription in the United States Throughout the history of the United States, military drafts have failed to produce their desired effect. Mandatory military service inherently causes an increased military presence, especially within a country containing extensive involvement with foreign affairs. Controversy has historically surrounded military drafts in the United States as often, the wealthy have been successful in avoiding service. Because the issues surrounding a military draft outweigh the pros, the concept of military conscription has become unpopular and the United State 's military has proven itself effective with the current system based on voluntary service. Therefore, the United States should not adopt military conscription because not only would it provoke an increased number of military conflicts and inequality, but also would be unpopular and unnecessary.
They accept the honor that was associated with war, neglecting the horrors simply because they are uninformed. This conclusion is far from the beliefs of the soldiers. On the other hand, when the soldiers are actually confronted with war, they conclude that “death-throes are stronger” than duty (Remarque 13). In other words, national commitment is important, but violence and death are the more prominent forces in war. Their society was unaware of the extent of the horrors of war because of inadequate information and their actions clearly exemplify their disconnect.
But as time progressed, military service and draft in the Vietnam War, constructed many doubts amongst many Americans. The U.S. draft is controversial between many Americans opinions because of its unfairness. What is a draft and what happens in a draft? First of all a draft occurs only when there is a national crisis, a crisis which requires more troops than the volunteer military can supply (Veterans for Peace). This requires a joint effort between the congress and the president.
Dropping out of school makes it 90% tougher to get accepted into a job, and it will most likely make you become unhealthy and lethargic. Lastly, dropping out can increase your chances of getting yourself into a conflict, such as jail. Dropping out can and will change your life forever. Getting a job is already hard as it is, but when you are known as a dropout it is even harder. According to the article Dropout Prevention, “Around 6.7 million people between the ages 16 to 24 are neither in school nor working.
Even with this military build up, and Europe being close to war, Americans wanted nothing to do with it. In fact, according to the article, The 1930’s: Government and Politics: Overview, “ One poll revealed that 64 percent of Americans supported isolationist policies as late as 1937.” Americans still did not want to entangle themselves in European affairs and wars. If America were to get their way, Europe was going to have to deal with the war themselves. However, as tensions grew in Europe, America felt more pressure to help. The allies wanted America to help them and take on a global role.
Eisenhower used Military Response, but Kennedy used Flexible Response. They lack of confidence and struggling to stay as freedom and independence and seeing Communism in the long run, but they hate Communism, so they want a easy, final, and also cheap solution now (John F. Kennedy’s University of Washington Speech, on the 16th of November, 1961.). They’re losing confidence, thinking that they’ll become a Communist nation or country since they see Communism in the long run or in the near future, but they hate to be part of Communist so they don’t want that, so they ask use for a easy way to deal with it and a final way to and also cheap so they don’t want to spend too much for it since they aren’t all rich nations or countries. Without the help of us, giving them money and also some help that is easy to get and cheap, because they aren’t rich and hoping that it’s the final solution to end or to stop the spread of Communism either in their place or somewhere else in the World in the Middle East. Sending arms to people that we believe democracy in, but not willing to use those arms (John F. Kennedy’s University of Washington Speech, on the 16th of November, 1961.).
Since college was view as such a must in society, he thought it’ll be disappointing to his family for not attending and for his friends leaving without him. I proceeded by asking him what drove him to facing the consequences of shame and go with his gut, and he said that college in his eyes was a pointless amount of time learning things you could be learning without
When my unemployment insurance checks ran out, I joined the Army National Guard. This was not an easy decision to make. At that time, I was a 36 years old man with a wife and two boys to care for, and the Army was my mid-life crisis. I have always regretted not joining the armed forces when I was younger. After multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, I now have the GI Bill to help pay for my continuing education.