Transcript: By Travis Wentz My choice for the military is the Marine Corps. reasons why You can join right after High School They have great benefits to give You get a great amount of salary to have You get to chose what role you want to do like Ground Combat Infantry Tank Crewmen Scout Sniper Engineer and more History Facts Military Choice 1 Sources Final Choice http://thecampuscareercoach.com/2013/01/25/how-should-i-address-my-military-experience-on-my-resumes/ http://und.edu/admissions/military/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Navy http://www.mclpikespeak.org/ Comaring The Payment Marine Corps: You have to be at least 17 to join with parent approval. The Marine Corps is a challenge to be in. You have to go to training before you do anything else. Military PowerPoint by Travis Wentz Military Choices The Navy was founded in October 13, 1798 The Marine Corps was founded November 10, 1775 The Marine Corps was in the Pacific Campaign during ww2 Military Choice 2 Navy Have to be 17 to 34 years old to join the navy. You will receive training, payment, and insurance. Have a high school degree to join. You have to run a mile in a serten amount of time Have a 20/20 vision
Transcript: Battlefield Technology Augmented reality: The use of computer displays that add virtual information to a person's sensory perceptions, supplementing rather than replacing (as in virtual reality) the world the user sees. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Unmanned aircraft (UA) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV): Are remotely piloted or self-piloted aircraft that can carry cameras, sensors, communications equipment, or other payloads. Battlefield network: Are large scale network gathering information from soldiers, vehicles, and maps to provide an overall view of the battlefield. Precession guided weapons, Smart bombs: Use a variety of techniques including lasers, infrared cameras, and radar to guide to a missile or bomb to its target with greater accuracy Cyber-warfare: Software that attacks against countries' computer systems controlling defense and other strategic operations Malware software: Designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the user's informed consent Denial of Service: An attack that attempts to consume network resources so that the network or its devices cannot respond to legitimate requests. Cyber terrorism: Politically motivated attacks on information systems Military Use of IT Gray, Stuart. Information Technology in a Global Society for the IB. N.p.: n.p., 2011-2012. Print. "Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101." Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. <http://www.globalization101.org/modern-warfare/>. "Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101." Technology and Modern Warfare | Globalization101. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2012. <http://www.globalization101.org/modern-warfare/>. Smart Weapons Simulators Military Robots Cyber-Warfare/ Cyber-Terrorism Terms Defined Terms Defined (Cont.) Simulators: A device that duplicates the functions of a real system to allow controlled experiments to be performed Virtual Environment: A synthetic world that may be experienced haptically by operation of an electromechanical device that delivers forces to the hand of the user Virtual reality: A hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer Virtual reality headset: The Primary output device used by a virtual reality system. Tactile feedback Output: in the form of movement or vibrations Mixed reality Systems: as their name suggests, use a combination of physical training environments and technology. Future Warrior systems, or "Wired soldiers"Use information technology to increase an army's tactical advantage over the enemy by improving communication between individual soldiers, units, and commanders. BigDog: These robots are being developed to transport heavy loads Bomb disposal robots- Remote controlled by soldiers, reduce the dangers soldiers face SWORD robot: High-speed robot equipped with weapons Simulators Battlefield Technology Smart Weapons Robots Cyber-Terrorism and Cyber-Warfare Simulators are mostly used for exposing soldiers to the battle field before they are deployed. Examples of simulators include, but are not limited to: Flying Aircraft Piloting A Ship Virtual Reality Environments (Similar to a computer game) Mixed Reality (Combining both virtual reality aspects as well as physical objects) A huge advantage of simulators is the ability to both test soldiers ability on preforming tasks with expensive equipment or in dangerous areas, as well as the ability to review the recorded mission. The soldiers are able to check their performance and work on their skills. In special cases simulators are used to treat PTSD. Scenes are recreated that allow for the soldiers to immerse themselves in the environment. Bibliography The biggest use of IT in battlefield technology is the future warrior systems. These systems are a revolutionary form of tactical aid. They provide: Soldiers Health Stats Allies' Positions Possible Attack Routes Objectives and Paths to Objectives All this information would appear on a soldiers HUD Currently this is not up to par for what the military requires and is still in prototype stages. An alternative to regular warfare Common targets of cyber attacks Infrastructure Viruses, Trojan horses, DOS, or other malware all part of attacks Once a system is infected, it cold be under foreign surveillance for extended periods of time Smart Weapons in this text mostly revolve around the UAV or predator drone. The UAV or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle is used to monitor the battle field from a birds eye view without putting any lives in harms way. The Predator drone is "loaded for bear" or equipped to deal with any violent situations. Predator missiles are very common in taking out buildings or specified targets. UAVs are very expensive, most cost $10 million + UAVs are also used to patrol the US-Mexico border The less talked about smart weapon are the precision guided missiles. Used by lazing a target and then calling in an airstrike to that GPS location.
Transcript: S.E.A.R.T SECRET ELIMINATION AND RESCUE TEAM A TERRORIST KIDNAP OPERATION OF THE MALAYSIAN PRIME MINISTER WHO HAS BEEN KEPT HOSTAGE AT THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE. TO RESCUE THE HOSTAGE EXECUTE THE MISSION WITH ZERO CIVILIAN CASUALTIES ELIMINATE ALL THE HOSTILE WITH SECRECY BASED ON THE INTEL RECEIVED, PRIME MINISTER WERE BEING KEPT AS HOSTAGE ON THE 2ND FLOOR OF THE BUILDING ANOTHER INTEL SOURCES ALSO INDICATES THAT THERE ARE ABOUT 20 TO 25 HOSTILES WERE IN THE BUILDING THE MISSION WILL START AT 0900H THERE WERE 2 POSSIBLE PATH FOR OUR FORCE TO GOING IN OR THE HOSTILE TO GOING OUT. MAIN ENTRANCE WHERE THE ARROW TAKE PLACE AND THE BACKDOOR AT THE OPPOSITE THE TEAM SELECTED TO CARRY OUT THIS MISSION WERE THE "360 SPECIAL FORCES" THERE WERE 30 SOLDIER SEND OUT FROM THIS MISSION: 20 INFANTRY 3 BOMB SQUAD 2 ENGINEERS 5 SNIPERS WE HAVE PLACED 5 SNIPERS IN DIFFERENT BUILDING IT WOULD ALLOW ADDITIONAL PROTECTION IN EVACUATION THE HOSTAGES BACKUP PLAN: GROUND FORCES TARGET BUILDING PURPOSE: SITUATION PURPOSE: PLAN EXECUTION:
Transcript: Fort Hood -Location -Lifestyle -What units are there -History Command Sergeant Major Douglas R. Gault Questions? Colonel Matthew G. Elledge Deputy Garrison Commander Garrison Commander Lifestyle Donald (Andy) Bird Location CDT Dylan Christopher -Camp Hood founded -Needed space for Tanks etc. -After war it was -Largest Active Duty Armored Post Kileen, Texas South of Dallas North of Austin Classification: Unclassified Garrison Sergeant Major History of Ft Hood Garrison Command Group 1st Army Division, and 1st Calvary Division, 1st Medical Brigade, 36th Engineer Brigade, 48th Chemical Brigade, 89th Military Police Brigade, and NCO Acadamy Units in Ft. Hood Single Soldiers- many barracks recetly have had remodeling. Specialist> 2 person room NCO- Personal Room Soldier families- On post housing available for all grades. Many benefits available to the soldier -education -health -daycare/youth services
Transcript: Conduct a Military Briefing SGT Jessica Willis 6/98th MI BN Battle Assembly Training 06-07 January 2012 Decison Briefing Mission Briefing Staff Briefing Information Briefing Whom am I briefing? How well does the audience know the subject? What does the audience expect from me? What information do I need to provide? Arrange main points in a logical sequence Secures a coordinated or unified effort toward accomplishing the mission Involves the exchange of information, announcement of decisions, the issuance of directives, or the presentation of guidance Draft Introduction What is the main difference between an Information briefing and a decision briefing? When would you use a mission briefing? Who presents information in a staff briefing? Obtains an answer to a question or results in a decision on a course of action. Presents recommended solution based on analysis of a problem Varies in formality and detail Purpose & Format What is a Staff Briefing? Proof What is a Mission Briefing? Effective Military Briefing Information Briefings Sample PPT Slides What is an Information Briefing? Different perspectives Type and Classification What is a Decison Briefing? Research Analyze the Situation Outline or Procedure Format & Keys to Success Deliver the Briefing How current is the information? How reliable is the information? Why are you communicating the information? Four Types of Military Briefings Purpose and Scope Body Briefly restate your main ideas Plan effective transitions from one main point to the next Coordinates unit efforts by informing the commander and staff of the current situation Staff representatives each present relevant information from their functional areas May involve exchange of information, announcement of decisions, issuance of directives, or presentation of guidance Follow-up Information Briefing Delivers information in a form the audience can understand and use Does not include conclusions or recommendations Does not require decisions Reminds me of the decisions I have made! Briefing Musts: • ensure the audience understands • be brief • speak to express your points and information, not impress the audience • use visuals and other aids to clarify, not entertain • be ready for interruptions and questions at any point Check On Learning! Revise Including how it meets the needs and expectations of those you are briefing! Ask for questions Keeps RUMINT to a minimum and moral high! Make a concluding statement Construct The Briefing Agenda Effective Military Briefing Information Briefing Develop an information brief on yourself. Include 15 points of information about yourself. Questions? Rehearse Tells me what's going on in other sections! Practical Exercise ORGANIZE your Information Focuses on the clear and useful communication of facts and information Always have background This is the time to ask! What is my intent or purpose for this briefing? Closing Four Types of Military Briefings Practical Exercise Summary Format Use visual aids to emphasize main and supporting ideas Practical Exercise! Effective Military Briefing Traits of a Good Briefer: • confident • relaxed • articulate • knowledgeable • considerate Delivering the Briefing Follow-up Purpose Four Types of Military Briefings
Transcript: Tones and written text God Characters OoRah Marines! GJ 667Cc Gliese 667 The native Race Ha-Sha-Ra Bu-ka Gliese 667 is a triple-star system in the constellation of Scorpius, none of which have masses greater than the Sun. The star system lies at a distance of about 6.8 pc from Earth. The Goal
Transcript: COORDINATE THE TROOP MEMBER TO GOING THROUGH THE PEACEKEEPING MISSION AND WORK CLOSELY WITH THEM Objective ENSURING THE STRENGTH OF THE UNIT TO BE ONE OF COMPLETE UNIT WHICH CONSIST OF MEDIC AND SUPPLY TEAM Summary Introduction -OPERATE TWO BATTALION WHICH CONSIST OF COMBAT BATTALION AND A MEKANIZE(TANK) BATTALION ALL THE BEST AND GOOD LUCK! “leave no man behind” United Nation Interim Forces in Lebanon Military Briefing -HAVE SIGNIFICANT RESPONSIBILITIES TO ENSURE THE USE OF FORCE,FINANCES AND AN EQUIPMENT As of 30 June 2013, the total number of personnel in the mission is 9,779 from 47 different countries armed forces. -Implement and monitor the ceasefire. -Identifying and registering voters. -Oversee the release of prisoners of war. -Implementing the process of voting. -Oversee the dissolution of the armed groups to the dispute. -providing humanitarian aid OFFICER IN COMMAND -Maintaining security -Ensure the movement of troops free from any threat -Patrol -Watching activities in the area of responsibility(AR) -Report if any suspicious activity at AR The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, or UNIFIL, was originally created by the United Nations, with the adoption of Security Council Resolution 425 and 426 on 19 March 1978, to confirm Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon which Israel had invaded five days prior, restore international peace and security, and help the Government of Lebanon restore its effective authority in the area. The first UNIFIL troops were deployed in the area on 23 March 1978; these troops were reassigned from other UN peacekeeping operations in the area (namely the United Nations Emergency Force and the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Zone). During the occupation, UNIFIL's function was mainly to provide humanitarian aid. TROOP LEADER -THE END- COMMANDING OFFICER Malaysian Armed Forces has deploy 877 forces to Lebanon to join the UNIFIL Earth’s surface and weather - Road condition -4 Seasons -Temperature 2. Multi-ethnic , different religion, culture and different understandings Political instability - Calm situation can change to danger situation GENERAL OF ARMED FORCES ORGANIZATION OF THE LEBANON MISSION -HAVING GOOD RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PEACEKEEPING MISSION COMMANDANT Troop Involved All countries that join this peacekeeping operations have their own role to achieve the mission INFORMATION Malbat 5 lead by Lt Col Faizal Abdul Rahman Camp Kawaba (camp was close) Move to Camp Marakah at Western sector Lebanon We have directed to help Malbat 5 to add strength To maintain security in the Western sector Lebanon SITUATION IN LEBANON TASK -SITUATION -MISSION -EXECUTION -SERVICE AND SUPPORT -COMMAND AND SIGNAL
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