First Responders James Cross Intro to Homeland Defense Professor Kirchgraber August 30, 2015 Abstract 9/11 is a day that many will never forget. Terrorist high jacked four planes and flew them into predetermined locations. 3000 people died in The World Trade Center alone. Several of these were first responders.
The naval invasion began at 6:30 a.m. The British and the Canadians captured the beaches of Gold, Juno, and Sword. The United States captured Utah and Omaha, even though they faced heavy resistance. Approximately 2,000 American casualties occurred during the storming of Omaha, but by day’s end approximately 156,000 Allied troops had successfully stormed Normandy’s beaches. Some estimates, approximate that 4,000 Allied troops lost their lives, with more than 1,000 wounded or missing in action.
The Oklahoma City bombing investigation conducted by the FBI was one of the most extensive investigations ever performed by the agency, ultimately leading to the conviction and execution of Timothy McVeigh (FBI, n.d.). Eventually, at the completion of the investigation the FBI conducted over 28,000 interviews, followed some 43,000 investigative leads, and collected three-and-a-half tons of evidence, and reviewed nearly a billion pieces of information (FBI, n.d.). Consequently, one of the most incriminating pieces of evidence recovered from the ruble was the rear axle of the Ryder truck used to transport the explosives to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building (FBI, n.d.). Subsequently, the Ryder truck’s rear axle possessed a vehicle identification
All the way from LA to Pennsylvania is also very far. That is Thousands of miles and they managed to spread all the way over here. And I 'm not talking just a few members, I 'm talking thousands of ms-13 gang members all over the east coast and they are still going as we speak. The demography of the gang is pretty interesting to look at seeing how fast it grew and how fast it spread will amaze anybody who researches
The amount of evidence at the scene was overwhelming. A physical evidence collection team, a digital evidence collection team and cellular telephone analysis team were established. Relationships between the FBI, Boston PD, and other federal and state agencies, established long before the incident, were critical to information sharing and coordination. ASAC Kowenhover mentioned that because of the previously established relationships everyone worked well together from the start, which is critical in the early stages of such a complex investigation. Chief Belmar was in charge of the police response
C4C Nathan Styles History 100 Dr. Campbell 24 January 2018 Armada of Failure Operation Market Garden was the largest airborne operations recorded to date in World War II. The operation consisted of six Allied Airborne divisions with over 20,000+ troopers from across the world. These four divisions were brought in by 1,544 C-47 transport planes escorted by 147 P-51 fighter planes. Leading this transport armada were 872 B-17 bombers paving the way for a safe for the airborne units.
That 's just for the attack, but for all the damages that were done to the town and the people was pegged at $3.3 trillion including the following: Toll and physical damage was $55 billion, economic impact was $123 billion, homeland security $589 billion, war funding $1,469 billion, and for the future wars and veterans care cost $867 billion, and $100 billion in reduced airlines and other traveling, "Don 't Hide From”. We have spent over $598 billion that is over 54% of the federal spending. Most of the money goes to war spending, military assistance, and nuclear
McVeigh also showed Fortier a diagram of his plans of how he planned to build the bomb. In addition, there is also speculation that was arisen about the involvement of more people when the Secret Service had once stated that after reviewing video of the rental Ryder truck outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building that shows “suspects” exiting the truck three minutes before the
Building fifty was the hospitals first and main building and was designed by architect Gordon W. Lloyd is was a three story victorian heart of the hospital. 50,000 patients resided there being treated for mental illnesses, later tuberculosis, typhoid, dishtheria, and polio. Also dealt with great outbreaks of influenza, and other highly infectious pandemics and expanded greatly to meet the demand. Traverse City Asylum was the 3rd asylum opened in Michigan after Kalamazoo and Pontiac. In the asylums underground tunnels were built to transport patients from wing to wing without expossing them to the elements or each other.
Maronda Washington Mr. Adams History 1 February 27, 2015 Hoover and The Government Department of Examination During John E. Hoover's life time, he went through many different jobs. This soon making him director of the FBI. Hoover was seen as a demon and a saint through many peoples eyes.
The American Tragedy 9/11 One of the most catastrophic events in American history, the 9/11 attacks. These attacks not only physically attacked the U.S , but it also attacked them psychologically. The attackers were a number of terrorist from members of al-Qaeda. Their motives were stated in a “letter”, Osama bin Laden was the leader of the terrorist group and he wrote they attacked because of our increased support in the Middle East.
September 11th, 2001 also known as 9/11 was a tragic event of history. Hijackers drove jets into both of the world trade centers and the pentagon. The results left the nation destructed, thousands died in the event of 9/11. All of the nation as a whole was left heartbroken. Everyone felt that there needed to be a response to 9/11.
On September 11,2001 it was just an average day for many going to work or flying home to see family. Until… word got out that a plane crashed into the twin towers of the world trade center. It was caused by members of a terror group called Al- Qaeda. The attacks were not accidental they were intentional. Both towers collapsed killing 3,000 people.
Engelhardt's article, "14 years after 9-11, the War on Terror is Accomplishing Everything bin Laden Hoped it Would", relies heavily on anaphora. It begins with the phrase, "Fourteen years.." in every sentence and shifts to every paragraph by page 2. This phrase draws the reader in and drills the event in our minds, reminding us of all that happened. Because his sentences list, the anaphora helps break up each thought, therefore allowing ease of readability. Another use of repetition is the phrase "Don't you..", directed to our reaction as a nation.