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1. Military Law
September 12, 2017

The backbone of the military legal system is the uniform code of military. Military law is a law that governs members of the armed forces. The law is normally applied to civilian but in special circumstances, personnel who return from a tour of duty must return to civilian life where the transition seems to be difficult. Application of this law reflects recognition of such people to different duties. The military justice system is a primary law enforcement tool of the armed forces. Courts-martial, the united state court of appeals and courts of criminal appeals are three tiers of milit... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. A Mission Where Failure is not an Option
December 16, 2016

One of the hallmarks of American democracy is a peaceful transition of power from an outgoing president to his successor. Years of planning guide the task of transforming the District of Columbia. Military leaders plan for the big day with a giant map at the DC Armory. Arash Arabasadi reports.... (read more)

3. US Fears Heavy Myanmar Hand Could Radicalize Minority Muslims
December 03, 2016

It’s a scene straight out of Myanmar’s dark past: a military offensive waged beyond world view that forces ethnic minority villagers from the smoldering ruins of their homes. The U.S. government, a key sponsor of Myanmar’s democratic transition, says a security crackdown that has displaced tens of thousands Rohingya Muslims and left an unknown number dead risks radicalizing a downtrodden people and stoking religious tensions in Southeast Asia.   The military moved in after...... (read more)

4. Thai Government Moves to Reassure Roadmap to Elections on Target
October 17, 2016

Thailand’s military government has reaffirmed its backing of a “political roadmap” for national elections in late 2017 even as the country is engulfed in mourning over the passing of King Bhumipol Adulayadej, who died last week at the age of 88. A Thai government spokesperson said the Cabinet and administration were trying to ensure “a business as usual” approach to government going forward during the once in a generation royal transition. The military government came to power in May...... (read more)

5. Aung San Suu Kyi to Discuss Economic Help, Sanctions Change in US Visit
September 13, 2016

De facto Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will visit Washington Wednesday to discuss whether changes to the U.S. sanctions against the country can help spur much-needed economic growth, a Myanmar official said.   It will be the first U.S. visit by the State Counselor and Foreign Minister since her National League for Democracy (NLD) government assumed office in late March. Myanmar’s democratic transition, after decades of military rule, is considered a major foreign policy success of...... (read more)

6. Vietnam Lawmakers Elect Top Police Official President
April 02, 2016

Vietnam's National Assembly has elected a top police official as its next president, as the communist country moves through a political transition that will see a new prime minister elected in the coming days. Vietnamese lawmakers named Tran Dai Quang to the presidency, a largely ceremonial role, on Saturday. The position that makes him the second-highest official in the country as the head of state and top military commander. Challenges facing Quang include a territorial dispute with China in the South China Sea. Quang has also vowed to raise Vietnam's profile in the internat... (read more)

7. Myanmar Military Vows to Uphold Democratic Transition
March 27, 2016

Myanmar's powerful military chief vowed to keep the country and its citizens on the road to "prosperity" and warned about the challenges the nation could face as it becomes a democracy. Speaking Sunday at the annual Armed Forces Day parade in the capital, Naypyidaw, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing said, "I would solemnly impart the fact that the Tatmadaw (army) will cooperate to bring about the prosperity of the Union and its citizens." The general also said,"The two main hindrances to democratization are not abiding by the rule of law and the presence of a... (read more)

8. More Transitional Problems Solved For Military Personnel
July 21, 2015

In one of our past blogs (Difficult Deployment: Veterans Entering Civilian Workplace) we talked about six key areas that military should be keenly aware of when making the transition into the civilian work force. If you missed it you can go to it here http://blog.getsoftskillsnow.com/wp/?p=980 In this article we are going to add six additional items to our original six key transitional problems from our last article. 1. Arriving ten minutes early is early When you were in the military your sergeant has always told you that arriving ten minutes early is actually “late.” In civ... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

9. Statistics On Military Transition to Civilian Workplace
June 04, 2015

In this article we are going to review a number of studies that have been taken from the military transition into the civilian workplace. Let’s first look at some of the basic information from the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Over 200,000 people leave the military each year, most of them need jobs. About 573,000 new veterans looked for employment in 2014 and182,000 were Gulf War veterans. Unemployment among Gulf War vets was at 7.2% last year compared with 5.6% of the U.S. population. Because of the war turndown, there are a lot of military personne... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

10. Difficult Deployment: Veterans Entering Civilian Workplace - Part 2 of 2
April 08, 2015

In part one of this two part article, we discussed the first two rules to help veterans deploy into the civilian marketplace. In this part two of our two part article, we are going to discuss the final four key points. Rule number three: promote and use your positive military traits such as being disciplined, having loyalty, integrity, being decisive, resourceful and getting things done. Your military training taught you to have confidence, to perform well under pressure and to be a great team player. All of these traits are wanted and needed by the civilian marketplace. Employers n... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

11. Difficult Deployment: Veterans Entering Civilian Workplace - Part 1 of 2
April 02, 2015

In this two part article, we are going to discuss the six key points to help veterans deploy into the civilian marketplace. With foreign wars finally starting to end, thousand of veterans are returning and entering the civilian workforce. And most of them have no idea how to exist in the civilian workplace. This is uniquely illustrated by a story I heard form a hiring manager client. He asked a veteran candidate how he would discipline staff members. The vet paused and said, “Well, in the past I would have told them to give me fifty push-ups, but that probably won’t work in your organizat... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

12. The Missing Element To Military Transition ~ Part Two Of Two
January 21, 2015

In part one, we covered three of the six rules for the missing element to military transition into the civilian workplace. Her are the final four. Job behavior rule number three is: Be professional - Whatever your level of employment is, you should always be courteous, mind your manners and never be rude. In addition, you should not use foul language or tell off color jokes or stories. People who maintain a professional demeanor never get visibly angry, never become loud or physical. They also keep their hands to themselves and never flirt with co-workers. You should always appear co... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

13. The Missing Element To Military Transition ~ Part One Of Two
January 13, 2015

We now have thousands of military people making the transition into the civilian workforce and a lot of organizations are assisting them in the switch. Most are doing an excellent job with resume creation and interview skills. But there is one element that is missing from making the transition totally successful and most organizations are utterly unaware of it. The missing element to the transition is informing the veteran “what the employer expects.” Getting the veteran a job is just part of the process. Keeping the job and growing with the organization is the key. Employers tell ... (read more)

Author: jim stedt

14. Number of u s troops in iraq below 50 000 - Paper File Folder Manufacturer - Cardboard Wine Gift Bo
August 05, 2014

BAGHDAD, Aug. 24 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. military said Tuesday that its troops have dropped to below 50,000 in Iraq ahead of the Aug. 31 deadline to end combat operations."The levels of the U.S. forces in Iraq are below 50,000. And the U.S. military will transition to Operation New Dawn, effective September 1, 2010," the U.S. military said in a statement.The last brigade from the U.S. combat troops left Iraq last Thursday morning, two weeks before the deadline of Aug. 31, but the number of soldiers remained in Iraq was 56,000."What we have today (Thursday) is 56,000 U.S. soldiers. Another 6,000 s... (read more)

Author: wang dong

15. Mob assaults mali's president, calling peace deal into question
November 18, 2013

While it s hard to gauge how broadly the March 22 coup wassupported, today's attacks on Traore do show some measure ofsupport for the military junta, and they cast doubt on WestAfrican-backed plans for a transition of power from the currentinterim government, following future elections. Protesters whobroke into the palace were heard chanting "We don't wantDioncounda" and "Down with ECOWAS." "The arrangements made by ECOWAS don't involve Malians. It isa betrayal," Agence France Presse news agency quoted Hamadoun Amion Guindo of the Committee of Malian Patriotic Organizations (COPAM), apro... (read more)

Author: 123wert sdfsf

16. Why you need to rely on professionals for the resume writing services
October 23, 2013

It takes time for one to come up with the right formula and concept when they are delivering the resume. You will find it is harder when you have to approach the panel and they judge you based on the way you have presented the resume. When you choose the professionals, you will find it is very easy to come up with the right solutions. You shall only need to give them your credentials and they will add in the right formula. The ones who want to get the military to civilian resume translation, they need to make sure they have invested in the correct leads. This shall go a long way in aiding you ... (read more)

Author: kieny jeh

17. West african leaders discuss role of mali military in transition
October 14, 2013

More than one month after Mali's coup, the role of the militarygovernment in Mali's transition to constitutional order has yet tobe determined, according to West African leaders meeting in Dakar,Senegal on Thursday. In a summit on the post-coup situations inGuinea-Bissau and Mali, the Economic Community of West AfricanStates, or ECOWAS, called for another review of the role of Maliansoldiers who continue to wield power in Mali, despite the existenceof a civilian transitional government. The meeting was the second such summit in a week, as West Africanleaders wrestle with military gove... (read more)

Author: 123wert sdfsf

18. Does the US Have Leverage Over Egypt’s Military?
September 05, 2013

WASHINGTON — Two months after the military ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, U.S. officials are still trying to figure out just how much leverage they have to influence events in the largest Arab nation.   The assessment comes as Egypt’s interim leaders say they are pressing ahead to set up a transition to civilian rule and as Washington is reviewing the level of its aid package to Cairo.   The army deposed Morsi, a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, on July 3, a year after he assumed the presidency in the nation’s first democratic election. The ouster... (read more)

19. Military's Dispersal of Egypt Protests Complicates Transition Process
August 14, 2013

The Egyptian military's dispersal of two Islamist-led protests supporting ousted President Mohamed Morsi has dramatically escalated the country's political crisis.Security forces moved in early Wednesday to forcibly dispel thousands of protesters from the two sit-ins in Cairo, and both sides reported deaths and injuries in the fighting that ensued. The military vowed weeks ago to clear the protests outside the Rabaa Al-Adawiya mosque and Nahda square. It had said the sit-ins were not peaceful and represented a threat to stability.But soon after security forces moved to clear the s... (read more)

20. Egypt's Generals Back in Favor After First Flawed Transition
July 26, 2013

CAIRO — When Egypt's army was last in charge, little more than a year ago, 27-year-old artist Mohamed Haroun painted a picture of the senior general surrounded by money looted from the state. Now the army is back in control, he plans to sketch the new military chief plucking a drowning country from the sea. ”Tantawi was from the old regime,” said Haroun, referring to Field Marshall Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, who ran Egypt from 2011 to 2012 after the overthrow of his former comrade-in-arms, Hosni Mubarak. In contrast, Haroun said General Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, who push... (read more)

21. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Calls for Fresh Protests
July 17, 2013

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is calling for a new round of mass protests Wednesday, continuing its opposition to the political transition underway in Egypt following the military's ouster of President Mohamed Morsi. The Islamist group insists that Morsi be reinstated and has refused to take part in any interim government. A newly sworn in Cabinet led by interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi begins its works Wednesday without any members from Islamist parties. The body composed mainly of liberals and technocrats has seven holdovers from the previous administration, including... (read more)

22. Egypt's Future Unclear Following Islamist Ouster
July 16, 2013

Nearly two weeks after the Egyptian army's ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood is still giving no sign it is ready to join the country's political transition process.   Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour has called for the Islamist group to join the military-led transition and take part in upcoming votes to decide on a new constitution, parliament, and president.   But the Brotherhood has refused, insisting that doing so would essentially be giving approval to what it views as a military coup against the government of Morsi, Egypt's fi... (read more)

23. Egypt Bracing for Marches by Pro- and Anti-Morsi Groups
July 12, 2013

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is calling for huge protests across the country Friday in support of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. A Brotherhood spokesman, Gehad al-Haddad, tells VOA the protests following noon prayers will be a peaceful challenge to what the group considers a military coup against Egypt's first freely elected leader. The Muslim Brotherhood has refused to participate in plans for a transition government, saying it will continue to hold sit-ins and protests until Morsi is reinstated. Meanwhile, Morsi's opponents plan to gather in Cairo to celebrate the mass... (read more)

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July 06, 2013

Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. It has a low density and is a strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant (including sea water, aqua regia and chlorine) transition metal with a silver color. It can be alloyed with iron, aluminum, vanadium, molybdenum, among other elements, to produce strong lightweight alloys for aerospace (jet engines, missiles, and spacecraft), military, industrial process (chemicals and petro-chemicals, desalination plants, pulp, and paper), automotive, agri-food, medical prostheses, orthopedic implants, dental and endodontic instrumen... (read more)

Author: Motilal Jain

25. Edible Arrangements® Announces Major Contribution to Veterans Initiative
July 05, 2013

Edible Arrangements® announced a $125,000 contribution to the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) VetFran program. The donation will help with the launch of “Hero’s Welcome,” a nationwide initiative designed to help veterans become business owners and re-enter the workforce. The VetFran program enables franchise companies to help military veterans make the transition to civilian life. Additionally, Edible Arrangements® is planning to launch its own “Hero’s Welcome” program this year. The program is part of the company’s larger charitable initiative, Edible Cares. Designed provid... (read more)

Author: Ian Gere

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