I think they did a good, boring, job on this article. I would have included a few other things in this article though… For example: I would have said how many warriors/ soldiers there were, and how many were killed/ injured. there were 500–700 warriors for the Indians, 36- 50 killed, 60- 80 wounded. The Americans had 470 infantry,370 cavalry, and 360 militia. Out of those men, 62 killed, and 126 wounded. It may sound surprising how more Americans died and were wounded, but there were so many more of them. I would just put this interesting fact in the end of the article, because I know guys would definitely like that fact, and girls too. if you would like any more information, you can click here.
The first and above all thing i noticed it the look of it, modern ones are made of metal, unlike the wooden older ships. Another difference is the older ones look like they need wind to fly, newer ones do not. Next newer ones are much more enclosed, a lot less open space which is good in case of storms. Also newer ships have runways for the air force, which is obviously part of the navy. Lastly, technology has allowed us not to have as much mechanisms working the ship. For example the older ships were overcrowded with stuff all over the place.
What would happen if the U.S Military was never created? Well first off we would not be the United States of America, we would be under British rule. We would be a whole different country, the way we live, the way we talk etc. We would have an army, however, it would be the British army. Some people may not enlist because they would think that we are not fighting for our country. Instead we would be fighting for another country; Britain. I think there would be less men and women fighting, I know I wouldn’t enlist in the military if this is what happened.
While looking through similarities and differences between the constitution and my rules I came across the rule: the new nation and its citizens would be free and independent. The writers of the constitution wanted the government of the United States to not be too powerful against the citizens like England was. This similarity made citizens a lot happier because they weren’t overly controlled by the government. If this never happened then the people may move back to their motherland because it is not that much of a difference.
Another rule I cam across was the head people that would be in charge of everything have to agree on the constitution. The constitution had to be ratified by all the states. Some delegates would not approve the Constitution when it was sent to the states for ratification until it included a bill of rights listing the individual rights of every citizen. The bill of rights consisted of 12 amendments, only 10 made it through however.
I am all for army and all armed forces, so I would establish a group of people for an army and try to create weapons in case outsiders come and start a war with us. If this happens we will be ready, ready to fight, ready to defend, ready to protect, and ready to sacrifice ourselves. I don’t know how many people would join my army, but I would be there, ready for everything. I would hope my friends that are loyal would also join, if they were true friends they would.
Once we are well established, I would want to make laws that are strict against trouble makers, but not as strict as if you make penny theft you will be hanged. For example, if there is a rapist, murderer, and man found of penny theft, the rapist and murderer would be tried once, only once. If found guilty they/he/she will be executed. But as for the man convinced of penny theft, he would get 50 whips with whatever hard material we can find.