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A short notation of an emotional struggle that former, if not current, military service members go through as they become adjusted to civilian life, given that they return to their homeland(s), with their families and friends. Read More
*class-made questions to which i respond, along with links to articles that helped me reach my conclusion; works cited not included since this is a non-formal assignment; effective 11/20/15 by the wpa* Read More

#wwii

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Chapter 2 of the riveting story of heroism Read More

#hero

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A riveting story about the risks a common prisoner will take to become a hero Read More

#hero

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My perspective of the future. just for fun. Read More

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The Labor Day Speech I wrote, regarding the Efforts of the Military and the Effect it has had on my Generation. Read More

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My thoughts translated into words Read More

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My hopes of my future Read More

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Results Read More

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Letter to Horace in the US military, from his step father from back home. Read More

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Being a 17 year old boy. With no dreams. Surely mean, its my duty to serve my country. My father will finally be proud of me. I won't be a screw up. I'll be doing something right for a change.- Monologue. Read More

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My life of pain Read More

#life

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The story of a Christmas missed during World War Two. Read More

#ww, #battle, #buna

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Rap Read More

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A short paragraph and then a set of links that build the most important ideas of the title. Read More

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This is a letter from a Soldier to his wife and unborn child. It is delivered to them after he is presumed dead. I was provoked to write this by a story on The Antiques RoadShow! Read More

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A short piece about my view on war. Read More

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A view on restriction Read More

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This is a dialogue between two men. One who has fought in wars from time to time, and one who could never fight but was more of a battlefield stress relief doctor. The veteran’s code name will be “Komodo,” and the doctor will have his normal name of Patrick. The… Read More