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  • The purpose of this handbook is to bring together original chapters and other material that address and analyze the basic issues and components of the United States military administration and provide an international comparative perspective. Although the United States military produces numerous “handbooks” by highly competent authors, none of the currently available manuals address the breadth of the subject matter here while simultaneously providing an international comparison.

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  • This document supplies the technical appendixes for a study that describes American public opinion toward the use of military force in support of the global war on terrorism (GWOT), delineates the sources of support and opposition, and identifies potential fault lines in support. The final report is Eric V. Larson and Bogdan Savych,

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  • The Indian alliance, so assiduously sought by the Southern Confederacy and so laboriously built up, soon revealed itself to be most unstable.

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  • Clarify the leadership of the Military Party committee in building logistics force in the resistance war against American invasion to protect the country from 1969 to 1975, draw some experience for reference and applying to build the military logistics force in the construction and protection of the socialist Vietnam Fatherland today.

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  • Given the unusual circumstances of Cambodia and their likely impacts on the older population, considerable effort was made to develop a survey questionnaire that not only would cover the standard issues about elderly economic, social and physical well-being that are the focus of recent surveys of older age populations in the region but also issues specific for the situation in Cambodia.

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  • The term fi nance of the social insurance means incomes and expenditure on benefi ts fi nanced by the Social Insurance Fund (SIF), that is benefi ts from the old-age pensions’ fund, pension fund, sickness fund and work accident fund. And family benefi ts, health benefi ts, benefi ts in respect of unemployment and benefi ts from the social insurance of farmers are fi nanced in a different way. The Social Insurance Fund is the appropriated State Fund. It has been established by virtue of the law as from 1 January 1999, to perform tasks in the fi eld of...

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  • In the third century of the Common Era (CE), when Rome dominated not only Europe, but also North Africa and the Near East, it was able to deploy fifty legions throughout the empire. In this forward defense strategy even the furthermost areas of the empire were secured by the on-site presence of an adequate number of legions of the Roman army. However, the empire had lost much of its muscle by the fourth century CE and the forces of Rome had diminished to only about twenty-five legions.

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  • American Civil War: Biographies presents biographies of sixty men and women who participated in or were affected by the Civil War. These two volumes profile a diverse mix of personalities from both the North and the South, including military leaders, politicians, abolitionists, artists, spies, and escaped slaves. Detailed biographies of major Civil War figures (such as Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Frederick Douglass, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson) are included.

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  • American Revolution: Biographies presents biographies of sixty men and women who took part in, influenced, or were in some way affected by the American Revolution. Among the people profiled in each of the two volumes are American patriots and presidents; colonists who remained loyal to England; Native Americans, royalty, politicians, scoundrels, and military officers from foreign nations who helped or hindered the American fight for freedom; writers, poets, and publishers; and heroic colonial women who wrote, took up arms, acted as spies, or raised funds for American independence....

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  • On October 6, 1941, the New York Yankees concluded the Major League Baseball season by defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers 3–1 in the final game of that year’s World Series. It was a Fall Classic short on offense— both teams combined for only twenty-eight runs in five games—but certainly not short on drama. With the Dodgers trailing in the series two games to one, Brooklyn catcher Mickey Owen committed one of the most infamous gaffes in big league history during the pivotal fourth game.

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  • Policing in the United States has experienced a watershed of technological innovation that has impacted all facets of police activities: e.g., investigations, crowd control, and hazards emergency management. Many of these innovations have been adapted from other industries such as the military or private security.

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  • Ebook 9/11 Synthetic terrorism made in stresses those aspects of 9/11 which indicate state sponsorship by a rogue network or invisible government operating inside the US government and military. Other aspects are given less consideration or omitted entirely. It stresses those aspects of the official version which are physically impossible. Many dubious aspects and contradictions of the official story are not treated if they can be construed as a matter of opinion, rather than being susceptible to rigorous physical proof.



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  • Approximately 3 million Americans served in the armed forces in Vietnam during the 1960s and early 1970s, the time of the Vietnam War. During that time, the military applied large amounts of defoliant mixtures, including so-called Agent Orange, with resultant exposure of some troops. To this day, three decades after US forces withdrew from Vietnam, questions remain about the lasting health consequences, including cancer risk, of those exposures among veterans. As the veteran population ages, and as epidemiologic studies continue, further evidence continues to emerge.

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  • Rather than celebrating warfare, 50 Battles That Changed the World looks at the clashes the author believes have had the most profound impact on world history. Listed in order of their relevance to the modern world, they range from the ancient past to the present day and span the globe many times over. This book is not so much about military strategy as the implications of the battles that were vital in shaping civilization as we know it. Some of the battles in this book are familiar to us all-Bunker Hill, which prevented the American Revolution from being stillborn, and...

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  • Henry Bessemer devised a quicker, more efficient way of making steel, which led to steel replacing cast iron as the metal of preference in making railroad tracks, military weapons, and structures like bridges and skyscrapers. His invention, the Bessemer furnace, or converter, enormously raised the annual production of steel in England and helped move along the Industrial Revolution, a period of fast-paced economic change that began in Great Britain in the middle of the eighteenth century.

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  • The operating extremes defined in GR-1209 and GR-1221 are –40°C to +85°C and up to 95% relative humidity. GR-1209 and GR-1221 will typically be called out by North American service providers deploying passive optical networks. Some service providers may require their network to function at lower temperatures. In these cases, military specifications (MIL SPECs) requiring –55°C minimum operating temperatures may be called out.

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  • There will also be other geopolitical consequences if climate change allows the northern shore of Russia, currently in a permafrost condition, to be open to shipping.

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  • March 29, 1973, found me aboard a C-141 transport plane, along with fi fty other U.S. servicemen, returning to the United States after duty in Vietnam. The fl ight was the last in the withdrawal of U.S. military forces under the terms of the peace agreement that the United States and North Vietnam had reached in Paris two months earlier (not to be confused with the much more hazardous and chaotic exodus of the few remaining Americans when the agreement broke down and Communist forces overran South Vietnam in April 1975)....

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  • Cyber is a major national security issue. Top government, intelligence, and military leaders often point to cyber as the issue that worries them the most – partly because it touches every aspect of American life (and of military operations) and partly because our laws and policies clearly have not kept up with the rapid changes in technology. Earlier this year, CIA Director Leon Panetta testified about his fear of a “cyber Pearl Harbor.”

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  • The conquest of Canada was an event of momentous consequence in American history. It changed the political aspect of the continent, prepared a way for the independence of the British colonies, rescued the vast tracts of the interior from the rule of military despotism, and gave them, eventually, to the keeping of an ordered democracy. Yet to the red natives of the soil its results were wholly disastrous. Could the French have maintained their ground, the ruin of the Indian tribes might long have been postponed; but the victory of Quebec was the signal of their swift decline.

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