Assembly of Three Things that have One Point in Common
(United States Military)
The United States Military is the most elite, effective and efficient military in the entire world. Our military consists of many branches but the three main ones are the Navy, Air Force and the Army. All three have different roles and objectives but they all together protect our country from foreign enemies.
The United States Navy is a branch of the Military that is sea-based. Eighty percent of Navy operations are done on water. The other twenty percent are the United States Marines, which is a smaller branch of the Navy. Without sea-based operations on the Navy’s behalf, our country would not be securely protected and there would be a gap in our defense. The Navy constantly provides intelligence and countermeasures in case of a terrorist attack in these troubled times. The Navy is the second oldest branch in our Military today.
The United States Army is the oldest branch in the military. They were formed by George Washington during the American Revolution to fend off the British and to this day they have survived to become known throughout the world as the most elite fighting force on the ground. Today many of our U.S. Army soldiers are stationed in Afghanistan and Iraq because of the war on terrorism. Since the American Revolution, many of our encounters with foreign enemies has been through the Army. The Army is our main line of defense and our most important.
The United States Air Force was once a part of the United States Army until September 18th,1947. The Air Force was established under the National Security Act of 1947. The Air Force is the youngest branch in the military to this day but it is also one of the most important. The Air Force oversees many national and global operations such as
Nuclear deterrence operations, special operations, air superiority, global integrated ISR and space superiority. Today, the Air Force is engaged in the Iraq War. Without the...