This practice had disastrous consequences with the II Corp operations order for the defense of Sidi Bou Zid. The order specified the exact locations of Combat Command A’s battalions and some companies (thus, II Corp not only bypassed the division HQ, but also bypassed BG Mcquillen’s Combat Command HQ). To make matters worse, since MG Fredendall rarely left his HQ, this overly directive order was based only on a map
The Mayans’ greatest achievement was neither developing a calendar, nor establishing a complex trade system- but rather, the building of their gigantic cities. But what defines excellency? The answer can be categorized into four sections: significance, scale, genius, and effort. The ancient Mayan civilization thrived in isolation, and it wasn’t until recently that we began to truly appreciate their culture and accomplishments. However, it was their enormous strain many years ago that today results in buildings towering over 130 feet in height.
Everyone knows about the Apollo 11 flight and John Glenn, but no one knows about who was behind the calculations of it all. Without her and the work of many other mathematicians the mission would have never happened. John Glenn trusted Katherine with his life, as her calculations had to perfect for him to come back alive and the mission to be successful. I also thought about what would have happened if Katherine never went to work at NASA. She was the only one out of all of the people working there that knew how to do the complex equations that were needed.
This is the resulting of no taxes. However in the Constitution , they did have taxes, and thus could build things like roads, schools and other public needs. Even though these documents were created only 6 years difference, they really had their differences. The founding fathers took the lessons learnt from the problematic Articles of confederation and bettered themselves, which resulted in the Constitution we still have
George Washington was the first to say the presidential oath , since then every president has taken one , every president has done it a little different. For example president Obama has changed it by words , so he has to do a re-do. Obama was one of the biggest turnouts at the White House because of the presidential inauguration. George Washington didn 't have much turn out but only because he was the first to do it and they didn 't have tv where they could see the tv back then so many people didn 't know where when or what was happening with him and the presidential oath. George Washington 's speech was way different from Obama 's speech in many reasons for one as I said earlier George Washington had fewer words.
The other roman legacies were Roman art, Roman language and writing, and Roman philosophy law and citizenship. The other legacies weren't the greatest legacies in Roman legacies in my opinion because they didn't help people keep a roof over there or get from a place to another or make sure there creations wouldn't fall
Neither of our leaders had ever rode the trail before so we didn’t know where to go. This was probably not a good idea in the first place. One road went really steep up and the other was more of a hill leading down somewhere unknown to us. Using a GPS from Bryan Paxton we found that the main road we were aiming for was in the direction of the steep trail so we took our best bet and headed up the looming mountain ahead of us. Once at the base, Cory got to lead again and he did not like the idea of powering up the mountain on his bike because, he hadn’t done so on even the smallest hills that you could coast up and over, so he decided to walk it up the mountain.
“...all voting had to be conducted in Rome. Once Roman territory had expanded… it was mostly the well to do rural voters and their clients that could afford the time and expense to come to Rome to vote… only 2% of Roman citizens actually voted, which makes any notion of direct democracy meaningless…” Ward explains. Roman citizens not only, for the most part, did not vote but, they did not get to decide who they were voting for. “... The voters had no role in selecting candidates for office or in proposing legislation in any assembly.
No other government in history has been able to provide this type of safety. If you look back on most of the issues that occurred in the modern revolution, most of them could have been solved if all countries followed the style of a democratic
Without a judiciary system, the national government had no jurisdiction in the court system. This left the entire judiciary branch to rely on the states. States were even subject to overturn national actions that they found objectionable. This allowed no law to be enforced. States could simply ignore certain laws without any repercussions.
ISIS was not expecting this, so it was basically a surprise attack. This surprise attack is just like when the Hillbillies had a surprise attack in the Revolutionary War, also called the Fight of Concord and Lexington. In the Fight of Concord and Lexington the British were marching through the woods and not expecting to get attacked because they just fought in lines. So that means that they weren 't going to fight people until they both saw each other and got into lines. The group of armed citizens couldn 't fight the British in lines, so they used Hillbillies to their advantage.
Candidate King gave a brief that contained information required to execute the mission, however nothing more. His orientation was thorough, but SNC never actually said “Orientation.” In his situation, SNC provided the essential information for the enemy but never began with stating the “Enemy Situation.” SNC’s mission contained information that was proper and had a task and purpose, but was not verbatim from the higher order. SNC did brief pretty confidently with little to no hesitation or stumbling throughout his order. SNC’s initial plan and scheme of maneuver was just to utilize the direction and distance provided. During the execution, SNC stepped off in a direction about 90 degrees from the direction of attack.
Tom Brady claimed that he had no knowledge of the game balls being deflated and would give his full cooperation to the investigation; however, this was likely not true. In the NFL, each team provides their own footballs, so the biggest issue other than the simple fact of cheating, was that deflating the balls would have only benefited Tom Brady and the Patriots. Deflating footballs allows the quarterback to grip the ball easier, along with making the football easier to catch. This is especially true in tough whether conditions – like there were during this particular championship game. Even though Brady stated that he was not involved in this scandal, he acted very suspiciously in the days and weeks after.
The exclusive geography of Greater Appalachia and the settlers’ opposition to oppression developed the identity of the region and its inhabitants, which emphasized personal honor and individual liberty. As shown on a resource map of Greater Appalachia, the topography of the region excluded the inhabitants, who were known as Borderlanders, from acquiring necessary resources, such as forests or fish. The Borderlands did not have many resources at hand; items such as timber or oil were more commonly found in the Deep South (Glencoe). Additionally, as mentioned by Colin Woodward in American Nations, “With no roads, trade was almost entirely by barter” (Woodward 104). Because of limited resources and roads, the geography of Greater Appalachia prevented the