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  • Travis And Mike
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    Phenomena is a matter that social scientists must view in a very specific and cautious way. Social scientists must have a balance of doubt and caution and willingness to perceive new ideas in order to be successful. Doubt and caution is used when a specific issue is looked into more closely, and it basically takes away the chances of one being too gullible. A willingness to perceive new ideas is another way of saying to be open-minded, which is a trait that is definitely needed. Many examples de...
  • Shows Ahab
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    In the novel Moby Dick, by Herman Melville, a microcosm lives in the Pequod. Throughout the story, the microcosm is apparent in the control and superiority of Captain Ahab, friendship, religion, and the struggles of good and evil. The Pequod symbolizes the views, actions, thoughts, and the various types of people in the world. Ahab's power and authority show that he is the leader in this small world. He conjures allegiance and fear out of the crew. Dago o, Tash tego, and Queequeg are the minorit...
  • U 571 An American Navy Crew
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    U-571 I watched the film U-571 dealing with the allies versus the Germans for control of the Atlantic Ocean. In U-571 an American Navy crew consisting of at least 10 crew members had a mission to steal an Enigma machine which was a communication device that would code messages to other surrounding German Forces. This mission occurred in 1942 while the Atlantic Ocean was extremely hostile and filled with German U-boats. While carrying out their mission the crew that the movie centers around had m...
  • Crew Member
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    WHIDBEY ISLAND NAVAL AIR STATION, Wash. (Reuters) - The 24 Navy crew members of a U.S. spy plane detained in China for 11 days arrived back at their home base to a hero's welcome from thousands of relatives and supporters. About 5,000 people, many waving "Welcome Home" posters, American flags and yellow ribbons, gathered at the Naval air base on Washington state's Whidbey Island, north of Seattle, as the crew stepped off the military plane that flew them home after a debriefing in Hawaii. Politi...
  • Surviving Members Of His Crew
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    FATAL VOYAGE The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis by Dan Kurz man 8 September 2000 The United States Navy's core values are based on Honor, Courage, and Commitment. These three basic principles have laid the foundation for the continued success of the Navy and has enabled us to meet and conquer every new challenge. Honor - true faith and allegiance; conducting ourselves in the highest ethical manner in all relationships with peers, superiors, and subordinates. Abide by an uncompromising code of i...

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