When a solider gives up their own family, it shows me that they truly care about are country. People including myself have to start appreciating what they do for us because the United States would not be the way it is without them. A hero also gives up their life to protect the United States from our enemies. For example, when the United States was at war, numerous soldiers were deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan to fight for our protection. This shows me that a solider is not just your average person, but a true hero because they gave up their life to help keep our country safe from the unknown.
Americans should not be seen as Americans the big bullies, where we wave our flag proud in the face of other countries in times of a war. Singing a national anthem is something that should make you feel proud. Singing the national anthem should not require you to read between the lines to understand what you are singing. Our current anthem gives you a negative feeling when you figure out the meaning to the lyrics. Americans know that the star spangled banner is the national anthem but do not know the words to it.
Veteran’s Understanding of Their Benefit Entitlements Introduction United States military veterans have done and are still doing a lot for their country. But does that effort go unnoticed? Does the government do a very good job at making sure that American veterans have a good understanding of their entitlements during and after their military service? We should take care of those who sacrifice so much to ensure our freedom. Body Being a military veteran myself, I know first-hand that the government does not do a great job at informing veterans of their entitlements.
They look just like you; they just did a special deed in serving our country. Veterans are very important to our country. If we didn’t have Veterans Day we wouldn’t have anyone to thank for fighting for our county. Veterans protect our county, because they want us to have free lives. What is Veterans Day?
While the Kahlor’s thinks it is great that the Americans go out and defend their country, they don’t thinks that the country does enough for those that return home, using their son as an example; the country didn’t offer an effective form of PTSD treatment, and they believe it was worth the risk. In the third text Nathaniel Fick thinks that serving the army is a kind of rite of passage, and serves to make you the man you are supposed to be. Sarah Palin uses a simple tactic to engage the reader as seen in the text “Why They Serve”. Sarah Palin starts out by using her firstborn son, Track, as an example, and in that way she appeals to the families in the United States. Reading through the article you notice that she keeps referring back to her son and the families, for example in line 9-10 she says “I was the mom of a young soldier being sent
It can be very hard sometimes to take classes because of the military. It is a 24/7 job and a lot of times we get called in to do something while were in class, but we cannot let this deter us from bettering ourselves through education. Another question that many people ask is “why is education important to us?” especially those of us in the military. I know many people would say, “Well you joined the military so you wouldn’t have to go to school.” That is not entirely true. There are a few individuals who join the military to stay away from school but education should be an important step in everybody’s life path.
My mother and my father are two people who defiantly have earned my trust my love and who are excellent role models to me in life whether it being spiritually morally or just learning life lessons. But I feel like parents are more like impact role models rather than heroes at least that’s how it is in my life. A hero to me is someone who would put their life on the line, and the wellness of mankind before his or her own personal success. Examples of these types of heroes would be men and women who serve in their country’s armed forces. The brave souls that fight fires all around the world along with the men and women who dedicate their lives to making sure our country’s homes and streets are safe by enforcing local state and federal laws.
If I get drafted to go to war it would be a hard decision to make if I would go or not because you may never get to come back alive. Thinking about it I would definitely go to war because it’s the right thing to do. If you love your country why not go to war to defend its freedom for your family and every citizen that lives in it. Your country is your home a real man would do anything to defend their home. America is a free country and I agree with the opposing person that wouldn’t go because it forced on them.
I will review some of the reasons why I support this theory and I will provide some examples to demonstrate how I have come to this conclusion. Recruiting The Best We currently have an all volunteer Army. The days of the draft ended with the Vietnam War. Recruiting Soldiers is a difficult task and no sales job can make an individual voluntarily put his or her life in danger without some type or risk versus rewards factor. This may seem to be a true statement and for all intents and purposes it is.
If these were the options for mandated public services, all young people would contribute greatly to their countries while having a better sense of what is happening around them. One reason the United States military is so powerful and strong is because it is made up of volunteers. Every soldier fighting on the front lines is there because they volunteered and made a commitment to their country. If the people were forced to join the military, then the soldiers, as a whole, might not be as reliable or as strong because some soldiers might be unmotivated to fight. Despite the fact that the military is a magnificent spot for young people to learn discipline, some of them don't have the respect for the service the military provides.