Stephen Baggs, Stephern; Borja, Joaquin; Bridge, Rodney; Porter, Billy
Thesis Statement: Keeping the USS New Jersey in continuous
service is an economically and militarily sound decision.
Discussion: The daily operating costs and manning
requirements of New Jersey are much greater than any single
ship with the...
Cathcart, Jeff; Fonville, John; Jackson, Gregory; Kalinofski, Gary
Thesis statement. Airborne operations continue to be a viable combat tool as evidenced by Operation Just Cause.
Discussion. The U.S. Army is quickly becoming a CONUS based
force. Requirements in the future will demand the rapid
Gabrielson, Kent; Zayas, Carlos; Cowell, Frank; Fuega, Megalii; Simpson, David
Thesis Statement. Japan's decision to invade and occupy the
Aleutians in World War II resulted from Doolittle's raid on
Discussion. War came to the Aleutians in 1942. Two inhospitable
Aleutian islands would be the site of a 15 month...
Stewart, Roger D. ; Avila, Alex; Cattin, Tommie; Hokianga, Patrick; Smalls, James
Thesis Statement. Despite the best intentions of the
Geneva Conventions to instill humanitarian principles amongst nations
at war, the treaties had a minimal effect on the treatment of American
Prisoners of War during World War II (WW II), the...
Janis A. Doss, Janis A. ; Amedeo, Di Marzio; Foreman, James; Diaz, Jose F.; Lonergan, Robert
Discussion. War tribunals in past history show no evidence of deterrence for war
crimes. Rules of law are a part of moral ethics and are violated repeatedly. Atrocities
continue throughout the world and war criminals are not being held accountable....
Kirtland, James H.; Faiello, David A.; Mahmud-Bey, Mahdi; Brown, Bobby L.
Thesis statement: The recent air campaign in the Persian
Gulf shares many aspects with the bombing of the Abbey of Monte
Discussion: In comparing the Anzio/Cassino campaign with the
recent Persian Gulf war, .any siailarities regarding...
Duncan, Tom P.; M.Mitchell, Sheila; Cannon, Ernest W.; Mafield, Bob G.
Thesis Statement. The ARTEP is not an equitable tool to
compare the combat readiness of the Reserve Components and the
Discussion. Resources used by both the Reserve and Active
Components are time, personnel, equipment, and...
Johnson, Scott Casteel, Carlos Merrill, Ken Mukani, Taps
Thesis statement. The turning point in the Civil War took place between the victory at Chickamauga and the defeat at Chattanooga.
Discussion. The Confederates had the opportunity to change the course of history with a triumphant victory, but...
Workman, Thomas P. ; Crauswell, James R.; Hall, Kenneth E.
The British defeat at Saratoga was mainly the result of inefficient direction and became the turning point of the American Revolution. The year 1777 was most critical for the British. The issue was whether they could put down the American revolt....
Thesis Statement: Failure of the United States (U.S.) to properly prepare for
Biological Warfare (BW) will result in devastating losses and destruction.
Discussion: The U. S. formulates its doctrine surrounding BW toward deployment on
Dismuke, Thurman A.; Goodwin, Samuel J.; Hursh, William T.; Orden, Mauro V.; Patterson, Cecil
Thesis Statement. The American tactics at Buena Vista were
responsible for the defeat of the numerically superior Mexican
Discussion. The Mexican Army's defeat at Buena Vista proved
that numerically inferior American Army could defeat the...
Epps, Ronald J.
Tiller, Uictor C.
Thesis: Medical professionals claim that intensified incidents
can cause Critical Incident Stress Disorders (CISD); however, there
are indications that these disorders existed prior to the critical
Discussion: This research deals with...
Lested, Douglas; Davis, Ronald; Harden, Harold; Defeat of Athenians at Syracuse
Thesis. The use of the proven principles of war could have
prevented the Athenian defeat at Syracuse.
Discussion. In 415-413 BC, Athens, the most powerful force in
the Mediterranean, laid siege to the Sicilian city of Syracuse.
Their unstated goal...
Martin, Roy; Parham, Davis; Mori, Albert J.; Rodriguez, Larry P. ; Developing a First Sergeant
Topic statement. The First Sergeant, occupies the most important noncommissioned
officer position in the United States Army. He is not only a leader and manager but
wears many other hats in the performance of his duties. These facts are disputed...
Asks whether the present tri-director staff be continued or should the general staff system of A-1, A-2. A-3, A-4, with an executive be reconstituted as the standard type of staff organization for all branches.
For over 220 years the United States Army has been the defender of the Nation and the values embodied in our Constitution. That sacred bond of trust between the Army and the American people was brought into question on December 7, 1995, when...