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North Korea expends more than three-fourths of its GDP on military spending. Of all nations, Greece spends the most on conventional military imports save for only two countries, India and China. Syria, which officially continues to be locked in conflict with Israel, forks out an estimated $46.51 per person in its military. What of Israel? It has the singular honor of having the highest military expenditure per capita in the world, at more than $1,400 per person. In stark contrast, Canada, which has the world’s longest national coastline, lays claim to very few forces, with only 9,000 military personnel guarding its seafront. These statistics demonstrate just how vital the military is to a nation, and why conflict resolution should always be the first resource before any military action. The articles in this section are all about the military from training to record-keeping, from disability benefits to troop deployment.
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May God Bless Help America; Are We Winning The Hearts And Minds?Posted by Michael Webster on October 20, 2009 An important part of the U.S. military action in the Middle East is to try and win the hearts and minds of its people, so when I saw the attached video I was not only shocked and dismayed but was very disappointed in our troops’ Get Inspired By Helping Wounded VeteransPosted by Regina Arnold on October 11, 2009 I've always wanted to do more for our American veterans but didn't know how or what. Veterans Day means a lot to me because it represents all the selfless people who were in the military who fought for freedom for all Americans. Personally I never served in the military, but my son, my father, and all three of my uncles did. How To Join The ArmyPosted by Richard McMunn on September 19, 2009 The Army selection process consists of a number of a different stages. Throughout each stage, which will be explored shortly, it is crucial that the applicant demonstrates they have the ability to become a professional and competent soldier. After all, the Army motto "Be the best" is not installed lightly. Wired For War – Keeping Families Connected During DeploymentPosted by Michael Schindler on August 29, 2009 The most important long-term investment we can make for a strong military is in the health of their families. This article explores how two families stay connected with their kids despite deployments. Mexican Military To Use Armed Uav’s To Track And Kill The Mexican Drug Cartel's LeadershipPosted by Michael Webster on August 26, 2009 The Mexican president indicated it should be part of a new effort to a lot more money and resources for Mexico. The Merida Initiative, a three-year, $1.4 billion assistance program passed by Congress to help Mexico fight drug trafficking A Look Into The Morality Of Military Research Into Automated RobotsPosted by Andrew Newell on August 16, 2009 The concept of a robot soldier has long been etched into society with the help of media and science fiction. Indeed, the concept of an automated machine going to the battle field plants the idea that wars would bring less death as a result of having less human soldiers on the field. The Role Of Soldier In The Defense Of IndiaPosted by Yasmin Haseem on June 14, 2009 Every country whether it is big or small must and should have defense forces. The defense forces are of three kinds – Army, Navy and Air force. The strength of each force depends upon the area of the country. Are The Wars On Terror Winnable?Posted by Jacek Popiel on June 6, 2009 Success in the conflicts under the war on terror umbrella is only partly dependent on military force. The real key is the US policy towards the subject populations. Marine Bootcamp Graduation – Surviving Usmc Boot Camp And Graduating As A MarinePosted by Randy Rhoads on May 29, 2009 Marine bootcamp graduation is something that not all of those that start basic training will see. In fact the majority won't as many will be weeded out at various points throughout. Here are three tips to help you get from day one all the way through to graduation. Dangers Of "invade Now, Regret Later" Foreign PolicyPosted by Laura Bramble on May 2, 2009 We are finally seeing the fruits of our recent interventionist style foreign policy. North Korea, perhaps inspired by the plot of a 1959 movie, is doing what any cash strapped nation should seriously consider doing- it is threatening the US into conflict so that we will have to invade and rebuild it with our own money or give them aid and capitulate in order to get them to stand down. Go to page:
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