“The end of the draft also has dramatically improved commitment and morale in the armed forces. The difference is simple: recruits who want to serve and succeed are likely to perform better than draftees who want out, the sooner the better.” (Bandow). Individuals who voluntarily serve have officially occupied themselves with the thought of being able to step up to plate and defend their country are rationally the right people to serve in war. So when a person who does not have the courage or desire to serve is drafted they just become a danger to the rest of the group.
Inspiring faith in her competence as a leader. “...in the midst and heat of battle...” She acknowledges the reality of the situation they are about to dive headfirst into. The war was not going to be any simple task. She understands that. “...to or die amongst you all...”, “...I myself will take up arms...”, she tells them.
War Without Labels “Not bloody stories, necessarily. Happy stories, too, and even a few peace stories” (33) makes a war what it is. Although war is labeled as a chaotic event among society, it actually has ups with its downs such as life itself, these positive feelings and values positioned in the negative whole can both be seen in Brendan Hoffman’s photograph and Tim O’Brien’s short story “Spin” from the book “The Things They Carried” by looking at soldiers’ behaviors. Brendan Hoffman’s photograph shows Ukraine soldiers after a ceasefire is announced; some of the soldiers are playing football and smiling while some of them still look quite nervous. The story “Spin” includes many vignettes in it some are negative while most of them reflect
Also, the colonies have worked so hard to develop a strong militia. The Parliament might be tough to beat, but the colonists have a strong militia too. With a strong militia, there is a great chance that they could win their independence. Finally, the colonists have gotten so close to independence that they shouldn’t give up now. The Parliament might be tough, but the colonies have already made so much progress.
I do; however, believe that those in more commanding roles do desperately need to feel that it is their duty to sufficiently address these men in the same way they do those that are comfortable carrying arms and ensure that those who do not are not outcasted for these beliefs, as these Conscientious Objectors could be the men that save their
Justice is derived from the root word just, meaning agreeing to what is considered morally right or good; treating people in a way that is morally right; or reasonable or proper. However, society has become so entangled up in the power which certain individuals possess, they forget all about what is “just”. The justice theory is that justice is at the advantage of the stronger. When an individual is described or depicted as being “strong”, that individual is typically of a larger build, possesses some sort of weapon that causes them to be mighty, and is typically large in size. No matter what circumstances arise, these individuals are expected to be victorious in each battle they fight.
We should consider the fact that many young people nowadays do not appreciate what they have and take life as given, without having any responsibilities. Mandatory military service, in my opinion will make them more mature and responsible for their actions. According to the analysis among Israeli youth, military service indeed has a positive impact on males. For instance, people improve “problem-solving capacity, better ability to cope with physical difficulties …self-confidence, and willingness to take responsibilities.” Many of these people never experienced hard routine or had to follow strict rules, which makes them less prepared for the adult world and also for working life.
He encourages his men to be men of strength because of the great danger and although they must wake up early it will make them healthy. King Henry is optimistic and persuades his men to do the same. By King Henry constantly looking at the glass halfway full it will lead his men to positive and thinking and being confident enough to defeat France. The only way a small army of men can defeat a great army is with positivity and confidence, because of King Henry’s faith in God he instilled confidence in his men that gave them courage to beat
Also by mainly using this method he forced us to really analyze the characters to completely understand their role. Sometimes he used more than one method of characterization because the character trait was really important in the story he was telling, For example, O’Brien really emphasized how benevolent and sympathetic Kiowa was multiple times by using Kiowa’s quotes and the quotes from the other soldiers. I think he did this so the readers could see how Kiowa played a major role in counseling the group and helping most of the guys get through some difficult times. If a reader was trying to describe Kiowa they could possibly say he was an amiable soldier, a man with a stable spirit, and a greatly admired human
Not all fights can ever just end with one fight, they may take several fights whether they take days, weeks, months, or even years. This is because all battles are not the same. Some battles do not end quickly because when one side is attacked, the other side will respond with the same force they are attacked with, and each side will give their effort to win because that is the importance of winning, as long as you continue fighting and not giving up, it may take one baby step at a time or one humongous step. Throughout history, there are many notorious battles that are remembered even now and those battles will always be remembered because they made not only have they made history, but importance and meaning. One example is the Civil War, the famous war between the North of the U.S and the South, mainly focusing over the slavery of
Here are some of the ways the Red Team could have been much more successful in the battle and could have won: The first way that the Red Team could have been more successful from the beginning of the battle preparations was choosing more mature and well organized leaders and generals. Not implying that the failure was the generals or leaders fault, just saying that if the generals and leaders of the Red Team would have been more fluent with emails and updates everyone would have known what was going on and the plans wouldn’t have changed. Another thing that both teams could have considered was using the historical methods and knowledge known to set up a battle plan. They could have done research on war and battle methods in the past that failed and succeeded and used them to edit and use different elements to make their original plan
American forces might have been fewer, but they sure were stronger. Not so much as stronger than smarter in battle. They held their ground and didn’t back away when Pakenham came in with more soldiers than they had. Americans were strong-headed and that was a good thing for them in the end.
Of course, without a complete, dedicated, and unified effort the result might have been different. Although the Frontline Soldiers will continue to earn all the credit, victory would have been impossible without the assistance and lethal expertise of the U.S. Army Antiaircraft Artillery. Poor organization and underrepresentation has kept these AAA troops in the dark corners of history for too long. Antiaircraft Artillery units will continue to earn small mentions of merit on the battlefield, but usually as a footnote in an Infantry Division documentary.