|Warfare / Its Impetus to Changing
1700 & 1870 : A 5 page exploration of the question as to
whether warfare in this period was the impetus for major
changes in wartime technology. Concludes that while some
changes were made these were the result of other stimuli
than warfare. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Techange.wps
The Pursuit Of Power By William H.
McNeill : A 6 page
analysis of William H. McNeill's book, The Pursuit of
Power: Technology, Armed Force and Society Since A.D.
1000, McNeill contends that European military power after
the year 1000 A.D. is an aberration. One of McNeill's basic
premises put forth in this volume is that this aberration
separates the development of military power after 1000 A.D.
from the development of warfare and the structure of military
organizations prior to this date. McNeill attributes this
aberration to the fact that military development merged with
marketplace behavior. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Application Of Affirmative Action In
Business & Military
Settings : A 4 page paper on Affirmative Action. The writer
compares its application in the modern business settings with
that of the U.S. military. It is argued that some companies
who have achieved success with affirmative action programs
can be used as models to replicate such in the U.S. Army.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Tailhook.wps
Military & Social Service Reform : A
15 page research
paper that argues for Social Service Reform in light of
defense spending and the Chilean social security reform plan
which places the responsibility for retirement in the hands of
individuals. The paper posits that a pluralistic approach to
social security and redefinition of public awareness on
defense spending would create a more efficient national
government and retain an international presence in the
post-Cold War era. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Military Preparedness / Do We Have the
Capability to Gear
Up? : A 7 page paper that attempts to answer this question,
while considering the elements of military industrial support
and the ability of the United States to respond to global
conflict. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Milprep.wps
Military Liability : An 18 page paper
which examines the
legal issue of military liability, and how civilians may or
may not hold the military accountable for actions of injury,
misconduct or health endangerment, both within the United
States and overseas. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
U.S. Sanctions Against Iraq : This 7
page paper discusses the
sanctions against Iraq. Arguments in support of and in
opposition to the sanctions are presented. One of the points
the writer makes is exactly who is responsible for the
devastating conditions in Iraq and who is really responsible
for the deaths of so many Iraqi citizens. Saddam Hussein has
had numerous opportunities to help his people but he has
continued to reject those opportunities. Bibliography lists 5
U.S. Military Logistics Management &
A 10 page paper that provides an overview of logistics
management and considers the application for the
management and outsourcing of military construction,
maintenance and equipment. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
(The) Americorps Program : 12 pages
of text plus 15 sources
listed in a bibliography, many end notes, and 2 appendices.
Paper discusses and analyzes the controversial issues
surrounding Clinton's dying Americorps program during the