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Transcript of Military
THESE ARE THE MAIN CAUSE OF DEATH IN ANY WAR.
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USE OF FORCE
BETWEEN 1798-1993 THE U.S. HAS USED THE MILITARY FORCE A TOTAL OF 234 TIMES IN INCIDENTS THAT COULD HAVE OR HAVE LED TO WAR.
THE MILITARY BODY SPENDS $607 BILLION IN MILITARY SPENDING. FOLOWED BY CHINA WITH $84.9 BILLION.
WEAPONS OF WAR
CONFLICTS INVOLVING THE U.S.
A NUCLEAR WEAPON IS A DEVICE THAT EMPLOYS ATOMIC ENERGY TO CREATE A LARGE-SCALE EXPLOSION.
PHOTO TAKEN OF HIROSHIMA
BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS EMPLOY ORGANIC AGENTS, SUCH AS VIRUSES, TO CAUSE HARM.
ANTRAX IS ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS
CHEMICAL WEAPONS ARE SYNTHETICALLY CREATED MATERIALS.
NAPALM IS THE DEADLIST FOR OF CHEMICAL WEAPON. HAVING THE LARGEST COUNT OF KILLS.
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A cause of war when a nation's leaders determine that making the initial move will give them an advantage.
a cause of war when a nation is overly confident about the outcome of a potential conflict.
a cause of war when a country believes that there is the possibility of monetary gain by either capturing or exploiting the resources of another country.
a cause of war when conquest is seen as being easy for one side.
NUMBERS SERVED: N/A
TOTAL DEATHS: 4,435
WAR OF 1812
CIVIL WAR(UNION ONLY)
WORLD WAR I
WORLD WAR II
PERSIAN GULF WAR
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM
THE INVASION OF PANAMA IN 1989
THE PERSIAN GULF WAR OF 1991
THE INVASION OF HAITI IN 1994
THE U.S. GOVERNMENT AGREED TO RETURN THE CANAL TO PANAMA. A MAN NAMED MANUEL NOREIGA CONTROLLED THE MILITARY IN PANAMA. LEGISLATION NAMED HIM CHIEF OFFICIAL AND HE DECLARED WAR ON THE U.S. A CIVILIAN AMERICAN WAS KILLED IN PANAMA AND THE U.S. MARINES QUICKLY TOOK THE COUNTRY AND MANUEL WAS TRIED AND CONVICTED.
IRAQ 300,000 TROOPS IN KUWAIT , IRAQ POSED A THREAT AGAINST SAUDI ARABIA, A MILITARY WEAK NEIGHBORING COUNTRY WITH HUGE OIL RESERVES. THE UNITED STATES, ITS NATO ALLIES, EGYPT, AND A FEW OTHER ARB COUNTRIES SENT ABOUT 700,000 TROOPS TO SAUDI ARABIA. (MORE THAN 500,000 OF THESE TROOPS WERE AMERICAN.)
Haiti had been ruled by brutal military dictators throughout its history. In 1990, the nation’s first free elections were held. A roman catholic priest won, but was not allowed to in power. President Clinton said that if the military people didn't leave, the U.S. would invade. A few days later they agreed to leave.