Israel, as a nation of immigrants from so many countries, has a great deal of cultural diversity. People arriving from the former USSR, United States, Ethiopia, Yemen, Morocco, France, India, Britain, Germany, Poland, Australia, and, of course, native Israelis, would be hard pressed to get along at a party, let alone as a unit that must go into combat together and count on each other to protect their lives. The army, however, serves as a unifying force, a force that forges these diverse elements into one unified nation. “The army is the threshold people need to cross to join Israeli society,” said Brig. General Avigdor Kahalani.
However, bearing in mind that in most armies noncommissioned officers can become commissioned officers, those who do also become officer cadets and get training. These people have already been specialised in their own field thus know more than the new cadets in those areas, but they also have more military experience. This is a great opportunity for the cadets to appreciate how challenging it can sometime be to work with people who outqualify them in certain areas. The training of noncommissioned officers as commissioned officers further has great potential for the new cadets: uniting them in leadership exercises is an extremely valuable experience of working with more qualified personnel. Uniting the two, beyond helping the new cadets to appreciate the challenges a military leader faces when interacting with his team, also allows them to get to know the armed forces better and quicklyer, thus helping them in their future
Even though it was not as severe as the Great Depression, it still dealt a heavy blow to our nation in general. The reason I am here talking about child poverty is so that we can work together as a nation to help decrease the rise of child poverty and make the future of our nation even brighter and stronger by starting from our children. But first, let us all look at some of the impacts child poverty has on our nation. First, it reflects badly on the government for being unable to prevent the child poverty rates from increasing and becoming the second worst of the developed nations. This also makes us citizens concerned about our future as the rates of child poverty is still increasing even though it is much slowly then how fast it was increasing.
Unforgettable Presidents in America Have you thought why you can live in a peaceful and modern America while your ancestors lived in a turbulent, suffering and behindhand colony. Have you imaged how hard the pioneers fight for present free and booming the New World. Have you considered to work for people in the nation even the world like American heroes. I’m inclined to think most of you haven’t thought it yet and be pessimistic to everyday without adequate energy to life. So today I want to talk with American, especially the young, about the famous and great presidents in America who have the spirit to release and promote American even mankind and buried themselves in the process.
Kennedy appeals to the citizen’s pathological need to eliminate conflict, solve problems indefinitely, and protect their rights. He does this type of persuasion to cause the people to react to his presidency positively. This speech was said during the Cold War, so people were on edge because of the impending battle, and he consoled the people with his confident diction. He outlines a “peaceful revolution of hope” that will help connect the neighboring countries and lower poverty rates (Kennedy). By saying “peaceful” he minimizes the fear of having a endless battle with the Soviet Union.
"If not you, then who?" My Company 's Warrant Officer in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) always told us. National Service (NS) is a part of every Singaporean male 's life that may feel like an obligation to most, yet I do not think that it has to be so. To me, serving NS is a commitment, for it has changed my life for the better. It all started with Basic Military Training (BMT), where new enlistees get their first taste of the military lifestyle.
Conscription in America has a long and varied history which can be traced back to the colonial militia. Throughout this history, conscription or more commonly known as “the draft” has been used as a means to fill the ranks of military forces without much consideration for any negative consequences. Despite many of the negative perceptions, I do believe it has served as a useful and effective tool in past conflicts. Having served my entire adult life in an all-volunteer military, I believe this type of military force is better equipped to fight our future wars. With all things considered and the absence of another World War, I believe the practice of conscription will remain solely in our history books.
Paine says, “These are the times that try men’s souls.” I think that Paine is trying to imply that people to get in to tough conditions like Valley Forge. Paine says that getting into tough situations like Valley Forge is the best way to test my basic beliefs and character. Also, as seen External Source 2 Paine exactly defines what a summer soldier. He say’s Summer Soldier is a person that only supports the American army when things are going well. Paine’s words might increase the army’s population and inspire many men to actually work in the army.
Although the Hmong family is presented from the very begging of being native speakers of their language, second and third generation members would also be expected to expected to become know English. Throughout the plot Walt, who had felt hostility for this nation for so many years is capable of adapting and even comes to see them as more of a family than his real one. By the end of the story Walt Kowalski is portrayed as being a hero. What is interesting about Walt is that he considers himself a full-fledged American. Everything in his life stands for the true American way of living.
His efforts were effective for example creating many schools in the Pakistan area. He wanted the government to help him with grants in order to create more schools, universities and colleges in the main city of Waziriristan and educate millions of people of Pakistan. He knew these people just needed correct education in order to realise that this violence wasn’t the answer to the problems they had and it had to stop sooner or later. To conclude the Pashtun peace movement are still present to this day, trying incredibly hard to put a final stop on the rate of violence and conflict to their region. They have spent all their time demanding the government to implement a plan to stop the violence and also to provide the peace movement with international aid and grants.