What Does the US Army Do? Government Books 7th Grade | Children s Government Books
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The US Army protect the people and the nation. The purpose of this 7th grade Government Book is to educate your child about the interconnectedness of the different branches of government. Reading should be made into a habit, even if the topics read are not yet discussed in school. Encourage your child to pick up the reading habit today!

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Date de parution 15 juin 2017
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781541921757
Langue English

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Government Books 7th G rade Children’s Government B ooks


What Does the US Arm y Do?




Speedy Publishing LLC
40 E. Main St. #1156
Newark, DE 19711
www.speedypublishing.com
Copyright 2017
All Rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any way or form or by any means whether electronic or mechanical, this means that you cannot record or photocopy any material ideas or tips that are provided in this book.





T he United States Military is comprised of one of the world’s largest and most powerful armies. For fiscal year 2017, the projected number of personnel, including active duty end strength personnel, is 1,281,900, with an additional 801,200 people serving in the seven additional reserve components. Read further to learn about the U.S. Military and its branches.




The U.S. Armed Forces
T he United States Armed Forces consist of five armed branches: Air Force, the Coast Guard, the Navy, Marine Corps, and the Army. Generally, there are three distinct categories of military people: active duty, reserve and guard forces, and retirees and veterans.









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S imilar to other countries, the United States needs a military as protection for our borders and interests. Beginning with the Revolutionary War, our military has played a significant role in the history and formation of our country.





Who’s in Charge?
A s Commander in Chief, the President of the United States is responsible for final decisions. The Secretary of the Department of Defense maintains control over the military and each of its branches, with the exception of the Coast Guard, which is under the control of Department of Homeland Security. Having more than 2 million military and civilian employees, the Department of Defense is the largest employer in the world.








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