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Wright Flyer Paper : United States Marine Corps Air-ground Integration in the Pacific Theater, Vol. 9

By: Major Gary L. Thomas, USMC

...This paper addresses Marine Corps aviation’s contribution in the area of air-ground integration during the Second World War. I chose this topic because it is not an area that has been widely researched, and it deals with a mission that I am taske...

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Joint Operations in the Gulf War : An Allison Analysis

By: Maj P. Mason Carpenter, USAF

...INTRODUCTION . . . . 1 2 METHODOLOGY . . . . 3 Jointnesss . . . . 3 Allison’s Models . . . . 4 Observations . . . . . . 8 Notes . . . . 9 3 THE UNITED STATES NAVY . . . . . . 11 Beyond Visual Range Rules of Engagement . . . . 11 Analysis . . . . . 15 Joint Operations . . . . 19 Notes . . . . 19 4 THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS . . . . . . 21 Marine Air Operatio...

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Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar, A

By: George Bethune English

...As a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps during the War of 1812 assigned to Marine Corps headquarters, English sailed to the Mediterranean, and was among the first citizens of the United States known to have visited Egypt. Shortly after ar...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...free anthologies here: http://samvak.tripod.com/freebooks.html Visit Sam Vaknin's United Press International (UPI) Article Archive – Click HERE! ... ... So reveal documents released in January 2003 by the Public Record Office in the United Kingdom. Trundle is described as a "very charming adventu... ...to (428-347 BC). An Egyptian priest was supposed to have described it to the Greek statesman Solon (638-559 BC). The priest insisted that Atlanti... ... immigrants flooded the new state. Young men in Canada West left in droves for the United States due to a shortage of agricultural land. The 184... ...rants flooded the new state. Young men in Canada West left in droves for the United States due to a shortage of agricultural land. The 1849 Gold ... ...dilapidated resources. By 1849, many Canadians were clamoring to join the United states. An Annexation Association was founded to promote unifica... ...t. Nor was he anti-British. When the Boer war broke out, he organized a volunteer corps of 11,000 Indians to defend the British colony of Natal. ... ...the shy recluse. When Gus was committed to an old people's home, Ed's supply of corpses dried up. To replenish it, he proceeded to murder a stri... ...r ship Britannia of the Anchor Line, carrying 500 passengers, was sunk by a German marine raider, Thor, off the west coast of Africa. The few survi...

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The Curse of Kali

By: Audrey Blankenhagen

...ing Helen, I knew this day would come and I welcome the release from my suffering and hope to be united soon with your beloved mother. My only THE... ...ver them safely to Gavin. Helen understood that besides the crew, there were the usual company of marines and a platoon of a Highland Regiment (some... ...with three beds, an operating theatre, a sluice room and a surgery. The first patient was a gaunt marine, named Roger Quinn, ‘What do you think is w... ...n the heat of June with no water. He wrote of the overpowering stench of urine, vomit, excrement, corpses and sweat and when at last, after ten appa... ...nd are called “garrials”. They are very useful for disposing of the half-charred remains of Hindu corpses, which float down the river from Benares.’... ...te as a sleepy crocodile opened its reptilian eyes and slid down the river bank. Had it spotted a corpse amidst all the flotsam and jetsam of the mu... ...g to curb) many rebels had been allowed to escape. They fled to forts of rebel Princes whose own States had been annexed by the British under Lord ...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...ling of Capt. Cook -- A fight in the water -- Death of Cook - - Repulse of the mariners -- Forcing a surrender of portions of Cook's body -- Slaughter... ...ave driven animal life towards the tropics? And may we not also infer from the united evidences of lofty mountains, deep valleys, high tablelands, isl... ... which was a large town called Syntra. This has also disappeared. Eratosthenes states that Spain and Barbara were at one time connected, and that the ... ...ved him with signs of hostility, which they manifested by cries and groans. He states that the island had three volcanoes which continually belched fo... ...had been built, and that a sight of one of these monstrous fish frightened his mariners into a condition of panic. ASTOUNDING ADVENTURES OF HANNO. Han... ...arge quadruped, as elephant, rhinoceros, lion, or other dangerous beast, Hanno states that these sentinel snakes would proceed at once to the hut wher... ...ense vessel was propelled by 4000 rowers, besides which she had a crew of 3000 marines, and a great number of servants. The oars used in propelling he... ...ed of extreme cold. On the 26th of May following, the three vessels were again united and entered the South Sea, but were almost immediately dispersed... ...England, France and Holland, and the settlers expected no mercy. Had they been united they might have arrayed twelve hundred men against the fleet and...

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Global Reach—Global Power : Air Force Strategic Vision, Past and Future

By: Major Barbara J. Faulkenberry, USAF

.... . . . . 5 Attributes of Vision . . . . . 6 Functions of Vision . . . . . 6 Importance of Vision for an Organization . . . . . 7 Army, Navy, and Marine Corps Vision . . . . . . 8 Notes . . . . . . 10 3 VISIONS FROM THE PAST . . . . 13 Air Power and the Future . . . . 13 The Air Force and US National Security: Global Reach—Global Power . . . . . 15 Global Reach—G...

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Wright Flyer Paper : The Role of Airpower in Urban Warfare An Airman’s Perspective, Vol. 6

By: Timothy L. Saffold

...nt. This disconnect could prove disastrous for military forces operating on urban terrain. Urban warfare has been given considerable attention by the United States Army and Marine Corps. Although their concerns are soundly based on changes in the strategic environment, I believe their focus is misplaced at the tactical level of warfare....

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Executive Summary of the Disclosure Project Briefing Document

By: Steven M. Greer

... Merle Shane McDow: US Navy Atlantic Command Lt. Col. Charles Brown: US Air Force (Ret.) "Dr. B" Lance Corporal Jonathan Weygandt: US Marine Corps Maj. George A. Filer, III: US Air Force (Ret.) Nick Pope: British Ministry of Defense Official Larry Warren: US Air Force, Security Officer Sgt. Clifford Stone: US Army Master Sgt. Dan Mo...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...arco Polo. 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing... ... flooded, swampy areas? Based on a theory developed in 1930 by British marine biologist Alistair Hardy, Elaine Morgan‘s provocative book Aquatic ... ...webbing between the fingers.  Voluntary breath control, such as the kind marine mammals and birds possess.  A hooded nose with nostrils pointed ... ...nt dovetails with conclusions outlined in Noah’s Flood, a book written by marine geologists William Ryan and Walter Pitman and published in 1998. Fr... ...ain control over regions large enough to grow into the world‘s first city-states. Temples, such as those in Ur, Babylon, and Nineveh, towered over... ... and summon them for service when needed. After he conquered all the city-states in Mesopotamia, the king initiated a series of reforms to pave the ... ...icles to the beginning of the decline of the Roman Empire. In 2011 the United States is less than half that age. CHAPTER 6 ―Chinese ships... ...ge of literature and learning in an England that was gradually becoming a united kingdom. It was to England‘s scholars that Charlemagne—the illit... ...ential of competing religions and—more than five hundred years before the United States adopted its Bill of Rights—decreed complete and total religi...

...ndrous invention. Paper and print nourish China’s awakening, which dazzles Marco Polo. -- 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West-One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing of Allah. Islam saves classic wisdom and passes China’s wasp secret to the West. -- 8. Charlemagne and Medieval Europe-The illiterate warrior-king bri...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...elow. The World Factbook is by the Directorate of II Central Intelligence Ag United States Governm' i 11 n n style, format, coverage, ^ designed to me... ...he World Factbook is by the Directorate of II Central Intelligence Ag United States Governm' i 11 n n style, format, coverage, ^ designed to meet thei... ... Tunisia 246 Turkey 247 Turks and Caicos Islands 249 Tuvalu 250 U Uganda 251 United Arab Emirates 252 United Kingdom 253 United States 255 Uruguay 257... ...9 Tuvalu 250 U Uganda 251 United Arab Emirates 252 United Kingdom 253 United States 255 Uruguay 257 Vanuatu 259 Vatican City 260 Venezuela 261 Vietnam... ...abwe 273 Taiwan 274 West Bank and Gaza Strip 276 vii Page Appendixes A. The United Nations System 278 B. International Organizations 279 C. Country M... ... of Yemen (South Yemen) UAE United Arab Emirates UK United Kingdom US United States USSR Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union) YAR Yemen ... ...4 nm Extended economic zone: 200 nm Territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: tropical marine; little seasonal temperature variation Terrain: mostly low-lying w... ...tline: about 72 km Maritime claims: Territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: tropical marine; little seasonal temperature variation Terrain: flat with a few hi... ...ation Exclusive fishing zone: 200 nm Territorial sea: 3 nm Climate: tropical marine; moderated by warm waters of Gulf Stream Terrain: long, flat, cora...

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Hawaii Business Magazine-Special Apec Edition

By: Apec Hawaii Host Committee

...c. Title Guaranty of Hawaii, Inc. Tori Richard, Ltd. Ultimate Innovations United Laundry Services, Inc. Watumull Stores Yobi Group, LLC Bank of Hawai... ...mployees (AFSCME), Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA) and United Public Workers (UPW) DFS Group Hawaii Pacific Health Hilton Hawaiian... ...its dependence on oil. Hawai‘i is the most petroleum- dependent of the 50 states – 90 percent of its power-grid electricity is generated by importe... ...bie. “Hawai‘i’s clean energy goals are among the most aggressive in the United States and we intend to reach them with policies and incentives tha... ...Hawai‘i’s clean energy goals are among the most aggressive in the United States and we intend to reach them with policies and incentives that enco... ... three Hawai‘i electric-utility companies among the Top 10 in the United States for solar-power installations in 2010. Even in fog, Sopogy create... ... from California to Africa’s east coast, f rom Arctic to Antarctica) 10 Marine Corps Base Hawai‘i 11 Schofeld Barracks (U.S. Army, 25th Infantry Di... ...is dedicated to understanding the biological and ecological diversity of marine microorganisms. C-MORE director David Karl, a member of the Nation... ...he National Academy of Sciences, says life has its origins in the sea in marine microbes that are, to this day, the most abundant life forms on Ea...

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Ades Web Magazine: Washington, D.C.

By: Manuel Balossi

...Chinatown 164 Federal Triangle 178 Georgetown 200 North Capitol Street 213 United States Capitol 228 Foggy Bottom - gwu Ades Web Magazine 2010/09 W... ...wn 164 Federal Triangle 178 Georgetown 200 North Capitol Street 213 United States Capitol 228 Foggy Bottom - gwu Ades Web Magazine 2010/09 Washingt... ...Al 97 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine Arlington cemetery - us mArine corps wAr memoriAl 98 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine t... ... a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine Arlington cemetery - us mArine corps wAr memoriAl 98 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine the pent... ...mAssAchusetts Ave - night 212 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine United States Capitol cApitol hill 214 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web ... ...usetts Ave - night 212 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazine United States Capitol cApitol hill 214 W a s h i n g t o n , D C Ades web magazin...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...arco Polo. 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing... ...in flooded, swampy areas? Based on a theory developed in 1930 by British marine biologist Alistair Hardy, Elaine Morgan‘s provocative book Aquatic ... ...webbing between the fingers.  Voluntary breath control, such as the kind marine mammals and birds possess.  A hooded nose with nostrils pointed ... ...nt dovetails with conclusions outlined in Noah’s Flood, a book written by marine geologists William Ryan and Walter Pitman and published in 1998. Fr... ...ain control over regions large enough to grow into the world‘s first city-states. Temples, such as those in Ur, Babylon, and Nineveh, towered over w... ... and summon them for service when needed. After he conquered all the city-states in Mesopotamia, the king initiated a series of reforms to pave the ... ...ericles to the beginning of the decline of the Roman Empire. In 2011 the United States is less than half that age. CHAPTER 6 ―Chinese ships... ...ge of literature and learning in an England that was gradually becoming a united kingdom. It was to England‘s scholars that Charlemagne—the illiter... ...ential of competing religions and—more than five hundred years before the United States adopted its Bill of Rights—decreed complete and total religi...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

.... Cause and Effect can also be defined by Newton’s Third Law of Motion which states: “For every action: there is an equal and opposite reaction.” ... .... Then there would be no black hole at all. Newton’s Third Law of Motion states: “For every action: there is an equal and opposite reaction.” ... ... As far as we know, the only form of Energy which does not exist in all three states of Past-Present-Future is the animal-human awareness of Time in... ...Then eat the ashes and die. The pronouncement of Christian last words over a corpse: “Ashes to Ashes…can be logically explained by our past. Afte... ...hese two sources. If Russia had not bankrupted itself by trying to match the United States in its atomic nuclear capabilities for global destruction... ...hat the highest concentration is at the top, not at the bottom. Today in the United States: 1% of its population holds 40% of its wealth, 4% of its ... ...lation. This is basically, the only fucking difference between Haiti and the United States of America. Does anyone want to understand the significa... ...preme coordinating power-commander-instructor. Is this a good way to train marines or human beings or children? Is that what all the rest of th... ...seen. Every American death was glorified to the hilt. Single deaths of one Marine; were blazed out on National Media. Each single one was honored...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...y always opt for a vacation when they could otherwise work. People in the States still believe that money buys happiness. But when people are survey... ...rish. But I understand there are more problems in the poorer areas of the States and in Latin America where people know that contraception and abort... ...o most religions have had similar mystical experiences--the Hindu who has united with the Brahman through years of correct meditation. The holy Jew,... ...d they speak of their experiences just as do Buddhists or Hindus who have united with the oneness of nature. These saints are close brothers in thei... ...istian nation using the Golden Rule in their foreign policy. Some welfare states may use it in domestic policy, but foreign policy is a different an... ...d what is called ‗the mystical experience‘ in which they believe they have united with God. WHAT IS GOD LIKE? ---―When we say ‗I believe in ... ...Will you budget for giving food to poor countries? Will you send in Peace Corps type people to help people help themselves? Will you forgive the fin... ...egimes of Africa have added millions to the recent international count of corpses. ―Rapes and murders of rural women in Pakistan were coward... ... for a while. ―Then you remember Jenny, she married that merchant marine officer. I guess his months away from women pushed him into the por...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...6 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006030830 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication ... ...brary of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006030830 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication Data ... ...ayed on his dining room walls. Of hide and metal, in various shapes, they united the room and its glazing lamps and candles. I felt myself the focal... ...res of rivers and their permanency. These studies should be of value to mariners. Francesco finds that much of the information I had recorded is s... ... no doubt the swiftest. The jig maker’s safest. The priest’s dullest. The mariner’s loneliest. The lover’s saddest. VOICES FROM THE PAST 404 ... ...white mas- ters. In the same year, there were 56,649 mulattoes in the free states; but for the most part they were not born there—they came from the ... ...; but for the most part they were not born there—they came from the slave states. During this year, the slave states had 348,847 mulattoes, all of h... ...kbirders will find slave trade dangerous and unprosper- ous, with both the United States and England patrolling the seas. If I accomplish nothing mor... ...y, the whole constabulary force of the city police, the entire disposable marine of the United States, with its artillery loaded for action, all mar...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...re is not much difference between the embryo and the comatose. A typical contract states the rights of the parties. It assumes the existence of pa... ...ion (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final states (=millions of potential embryos and lives). The fetus is ... ... kin and kith. Note - The Exclusionary Conscience The self-identity of most nation-states is exclusionary and oppositional: to generate solidarity,... ...ys been the most fervent anti-Semites. Jews are not so much a race as a community, united in age-old traditions and beliefs, lore and myths, histor... ...y. This viral hijacking of the host country's agenda is particularly evident in the United States where the interest of Jewry and of the only super... ...are no exception. Jews are, indeed, over-represented in certain professions in the United States. But they are under-represented in other, equally ... ...: I. Non-consensual consumption of human flesh post- mortem For example, when the corpses of prisoners of war are devoured by their captors. This ... ... as his dead body, does he "own" it, does the state have any rights in it? Does the corpse stll retain its previous occupant's "personhood"? Are cad... ... place to women and children? Should not he have obeyed the captain's orders (=the marine law)? Should we succumb to laws that put our lives at ris...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...re is not much difference between the embryo and the comatose. A typical contract states the rights of the parties. It assumes the existence of pa... ...ion (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final states (=millions of potential embryos and lives). The fetus is ... ... kin and kith. Note - The Exclusionary Conscience The self-identity of most nation-states is exclusionary and oppositional: to generate solidarity,... ...ys been the most fervent anti-Semites. Jews are not so much a race as a community, united in age-old traditions and beliefs, lore and myths, histor... ...y. This viral hijacking of the host country's agenda is particularly evident in the United States where the interest of Jewry and of the only super... ...are no exception. Jews are, indeed, over-represented in certain professions in the United States. But they are under-represented in other, equally ... ...: I. Non-consensual consumption of human flesh post- mortem For example, when the corpses of prisoners of war are devoured by their captors. This ... ... as his dead body, does he "own" it, does the state have any rights in it? Does the corpse stll retain its previous occupant's "personhood"? Are cad... ... place to women and children? Should not he have obeyed the captain's orders (=the marine law)? Should we succumb to laws that put our lives at ris...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... the crumbs of his fruit pastries. He just lay there with the hours like a corpse in a morgue, eating and filling dead space with his crumbs. Sometime... ...y preserved in one's wretched thoughts, preserved like the male and female corpses at Siriaj Hospital who, despite their slit bodies acting the part o... ... He wanted to stay like this forever but thoughts, like muscles in a fresh corpse, began their spasms to be restored. They fought for redemption of th... ...through the silence. "Since you were about ready to go on your trip to the states, Nawin of the Thais with your American passport, we decided to delay... ...lness and sleep that the mind should continue to allow either of these two states to overwhelm the other. It seemed odd that after so long it would co... ...nd conversely, he speculated that perhaps most individuals considered both states specious and succumbed, like prisoners, to the coercion in apathetic... ...Thailand, and so if he had to have a practical reason for returning to the United States this could be one. He had plenty of accessible money for his ... ...ayed with by going into with a mental microscope and a condom a bit like a marine biologist scuba diving with an underwater camera in his hand he knew... ...ter?--he could not remember any of the specifics; hadn't some uncle in the United States of America, the country of his birth, once told him that thun...

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