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Missionary Crafts

Missionary crafts can be helpful for many different children's programs, including VBS, Sunday School and children's church. When you are placed in charge of the missionary craft, don't panic. You have many options available for your use. With a little bit of creativity and planning, you can organiz

Submarine Crew Duties

Submarines require large, highly trained crews.submarine illustration image by michele goglio from Fotolia.comSubmarines are complex vehicles and require specialized and highly trained crews for their operations. Crew members on duty aboard a submarine are known as being on watch. Under...

Recognizing All Our Heroes

Heroes shouldn't go unnoticed. Our everyday Heroes deserve recognition and accolades for their services, dedication and bravery. In today's society, the majority of our news is triggered from negative events or issues and the only people who get recognized are celebrities or high ranking o

The Life of an Army Helicopter Pilot

Flying helicopters is one of the most complex jobs in the Army. However, for those who make the cut, the rewards are plentiful. Army aviators provide fire support and transport for ground forces. The life of a Army pilot can be difficult, with intense training and long deployments. However, Army

Calling All Soldiers: A Charge from General George Washington

General George Washington was the preeminent Commander in Chief which led the troops into battle liberating the Colonists, establishing a free society, securing our national liberties, and wisely directing us into the future as a new country.What did General Washington say to motivate his soldiers?

Why People Became Nuns in Medieval Times

Women in medieval times could enter a convent and become a nun at any age, from childhood to old age. The convent was a place where women could dedicate their lives to God and serve people through the church. Women could have a variety of reasons for spending their lives as nuns; the life was attrac

Hats Off to Our Service Men and Women

I keep thinking of the line from a song that says, freedom isn't free. That is so true and as Veterans' Day approaches we should be ever so grateful for the great sacrifices that have been made that we might enjoy this greatest of gifts.

How to Break the Sewer Wall in "Castle Crashers"

In "Castle Crashers," most doors can be opened with a few bombs or by knocking them down with melee attacks. However, the trash-strewn, sewer-like door to the Industrial Castle provides more of a challenge. This slimy metal door won't budge, no matter what you throw at it. In order to get past the d

How do I Read Lips for the Hearing Impaired?

Learning to read lips is an important step in continuing social interaction for the hearing impaired. It can be a challenging skill to learn and requires persistence and focus. Reading lips involves studying the way people speak, the motions of their mouth as well as their body language. Your proces

Who Are The Guatemala Special Forces?

The Guatemala special forces, also called the Kaibilies are a special operations forces that is a branch of the Guatemalan military. They are distinguished from other troops by their maroon berets. Their motto is "If I advance, follow me; if I stop, urge me on; if I retreat, kill me."

The US Military and the High Tech Enemy Hacker Threat

Our government, businesses, banking system, infrastructure and military all rely on computers to run effective and efficiently, thus it makes sense that these computer IT systems are a perfect target of our enemies. One of the basic tenants of warfare is to disrupt the enemy and put them into the &q

Peter Salem - Black Afro American Patriot & Hero

Peter Salem was born a slave in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1750 under the ownership of Jeremiah Belknap and was later sold to Lawson Buckminster. He was given his freedom by Buckminster at the start of the Revolutionary War when Salem told his master of his desire to enlist in the Continental Army

Using Your GI Bill For a Degree in Information Technology

The generous benefits of the new Post 9/11 GI and Montgomery Bills will help you obtain a job in a career of your choosing. Those who are tech savvy often get some experience using technology in the field, but that experience cannot land them a job in a technology related career without a formal edu

U.S Army Color Blind Test Requirements

Color blindness is not necessarily grounds for disqualification from Army service.color image by Georgios Kollidas from Fotolia.comColor blindness, or color vision deficiency, is usually an inherited condition that causes a person to be unable to distinguish between certain colors. The...

Classical Rome History

Classical Rome is a civilization that was located in southern Europe and the Mediterranean about two centuries ago. It has had a significant impact on modern day society through its influences in law, engineering, science, philosophy and the arts.

Army Intelligence Jobs

Map reading and interpretation is a big part of Army intelligence map image by Andrew Brown from Fotolia.comIntelligence jobs in the U.S. Army are largely considered jobs that operate behind the scenes to assist soldiers and personnel who are directly involved in combat....

Samurai Cultural Training

Although the samurai class of Japan was legally abolished in 1871, its ideals continued to exert a great influence on Japanese culture, contributing to the rise of Japanese nationalism and to wartime civilian morale up to 1945. Samurai culture has also exerted a hold on the Western imagination. Desp

Navy Basic Training Qualifications

Navy basic training is a demanding eight-week course in Great Lakes, Illinois, that helps recruits transition from civilians to sailors. Before undergoing basic training, however, there is a series of steps new recruits must complete to qualify.

The Warrior Class of the Hindus Never Had a Back Up

The Hindu religion has many good points,but it also has something called caste system, that in real terms divides Hindu society. The caste system is very rigid and lay down the social structure of society. These castes are attributed to Manu who is supposed to have laid down these laws.

History of Tnuva

The agricultural cooperative Tnuva was established in 1929 to sell dairy products throughout the Holy Land. The initial membership of Tnuva was made up of 620 agricultural settlements, kibbutz and moshav.