The WWII High School Diploma On behalf of the State of michigan, the Department of military and Veterans thecompleted application to the superintendent of schools for the http://www.mi.gov/dmva/1,1607,7-126-2362_2376-5983--,00.html
Extractions: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org The WWII High School Diploma The veteran must meet all the following requirements The application form may be completed by the veteran or on his behalf by a spouse, brother or sister, child or grandchild. You may print the form here: Application Form Submit the completed application to the superintendent of schools for the district where the veteran attended school prior to joining the military.
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Extractions: Military Research on the Internet Matthew D. Bird From Army History Issue 33, Winter 1995 The Interneta global network of computers at government sites, libraries, and universities around the worldcan be a valuable research tool for the military scholar. Internet users can "visit" museums and military academies remotely, participate in electronic discussions on topics of interest, search the library catalogs of hundreds of libraries around the world, and retrieve press releases, photographs, and sound recordings. There are virtual libraries and online reading rooms accessible twenty-four hours a day on the Internet, through which users can read and retrieve portions of dictionaries, encyclopedias, speeches, classic books, and other information. Internet users can also obtain the full text of historical documents such as the Magna Carta, the Mayflower Compact, the colonial Military Instructions of 1636, the U.S. Constitution, the German and Japanese surrender documents of 1945, the Tonkin Gulf Resolution of 1964, and many others. "Visit" military sites on the Internet such as NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) or the Military Academy at West Point, New York, and browse their offerings.
Extractions: http://levin.senate.gov WASHINGTON The Department of Defense Appropriations Conference Report for fiscal year 2002 includes funding for numerous projects in Michigan, according to Sen. Carl Levin, D- Mich, the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. The Senate passed the bill by a vote of 94-2 today and the House passed the bill earlier this week. "Throughout history, Michigan has played a vital role in our nations defense as the arsenal of democracy, and today our state continues to make a significant contribution in this arena, from our research labs to our strong manufacturing centers," Levin said. "The funding bill passed today ensures the continuation of several vital projects enhancing our fighting forces, which affect communities and businesses across the state." The Michigan procurement and research and development projects in the bill include: $14 million for the Hybrid Truck Research, Development and Testing to Accelerate the Commercially-Based Tactical Truck (COMBATT) program:
Extractions: Plan on joining the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society for the dedication of the Keego Cinema Room, March 9th, 2003. The dedication will occur at 1:00 PM and the room can be toured between 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM at the GWBHS museum. To learn more about the Keego Cinema read Mike Steklac's research article Check out the latest additions to our reference papers! And You Thought You Knew All About Apple Island... Part 2 of 2. History of the West Bloomfield Schools Walter E. Flanders: E-M-F and Studebaker Period , Chapter 2 of Jeff Finney's historical research paper A Brief History of the Keego Theater by Michael Steklac Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society to publish Them Was the Days by Brian Bohnett: ABOUT THE BOOK: In 1877, an idea - formed in the mind of 33-year-old Army Major, J. Sumner Rogers - became a reality. The Michigan Military Academy. From the early beginnings as the retirement residence of former Michigan Supreme Court Justice, Joseph Tarr Copeland, to its final days and bankruptcy, this book covers the brief 30-year life of a school once deemed "the West Point of the West." More than just a history of the school, this volume - illustrated with over 100 photos and illustrations - contains anecdotes and hands-on accounts from the cadets, faculty and others who played a part in the school's history, giving the reader a flavor of what it was like to be at a 19th century military school... located on the picturesque shores of Orchard Lake.
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Extractions: Washington, DC since February 1999 SOURCE OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE USMA MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED Engineer Officer Basic and Advanced Courses United States Army Command and General Staff College United States Army War College EDUCATIONAL DEGREES United States Military Academy - BS Degree - No Major University of Michigan - MS Degree - Engineering Mechanics Long Island University - MBA Degree - Business Administration FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S) None recorded PROMOTIONS DATES OF APPOINTMENT 7 Jun 72 7 Jun 74 CPT 7 Jun 76 MAJ 1 Dec 81 LTC 1 Feb 88 COL 1 Jun 92 BG 1 Aug 96 MG 1 Jan 00 MAJOR DUTY ASSIGNMENTS FROM TO ASSIGNMENT Feb 73 Apr 74 Platoon Leader, 76th Engineer Battalion, (Construction), Fort Meade, Maryland May 74 Apr 75 Aide-de-Camp to the Assistant Commandant, United States Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Apr 75 Dec 75 Student, Engineer Officer Advanced Course, United States Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia Dec 75 Jun 76 Executive Officer, 65th Engineer Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
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Extractions: ST. MARY'S PREPARATORY THE SCHOOL Founded in Detroit in 1885 along with SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary and St. Mary's College, St. Mary's Preparatory provides an education in the Catholic tradition to boys in grades 9-12. The School's founder, Fr. Joseph Dabrowski, wanted a complete educational complex for COLLEGE PLACEMENT A full-time guidance counselor assists students in selecting colleges and universities. Many college representatives visit St. Mary's during the year and are given the opportunity to speak to the students in groups and individually. Seniors are given frequent, personalized guidance. Between 95 and 100 percent of St. Mary's graduates attend college each year. Recent graduates have attended colleges across the United States and in several countries, including Brown, Columbia, Holy Cross, Kettering (formerly GMI), Loyola of Chicago, Michigan State, Notre Dame, the United States Air Force Academy, Yale, and the Universities of Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. EXTRACURRICULAR OPPORTUNITIES St. Mary's makes a serious attempt to provide for the interest of its students. Social exchanges are conducted with local schools, and field trips to places of cultural and historic interest are sponsored by various student classes or the Classmasters. Student organizations include Student Council, which sponsors a variety of activities; The Eaglet, the School yearbook; and a monthly newsletter. Additionally, clubs and other organizations are formed each year based on student interest and have included the Chess and Gaming Club, the Ski Club, the Debate Club, and others. A luncheon is held at the end of each marking period to celebrate the achievements of those students who have made the honor roll, while the National Honor Society has been organized to recognize the academic achievements of students who have excelled over an extended period of time. The group meets regularly and sponsors several activities thought the year.
Extractions: MBA Programs Check out all the resources we've gathered to help you get ahead in business. Choose an MBA program: Bentley College Carnegie Mellon University Columbia University Harvard University Indiana University MIT New York University Northwestern University Purdue University Stanford University University of Arizona UC Berkeley UC Irvine UCLA University of Maryland University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania UT Austin Vanderbilt University Babson College Michigan State Santa Clara University University of Chicago University of Virginia Yale University The New Spin: UM's operations and e-business courses are solid. Students interested in the technology side of manufacturing and operations have the option of taking relevant courses at both the engineering and business schools and finishing an MBA with a concentration in manufacturing. Key Professors: Gautam Kaul, associate dean for information technology, studies market efficiency. Michael Gordon, chair of the Computer and Information Systems Faculty Group, looks at how organizations store and encrypt data. Bill Lovejoy pinpoints how companies discover more efficient manufacturing processes.
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Extractions: Michigan Residents at Your Local Library Take me there now!: Residents of the state of Michigan are able to get articles from over 1600 popular, business, and health magazines through their local libraries. Non-profit libraries in the state are eligible for no-cost access to these commercial databases. Libraries with Internet connections can make these databases available to their clientele at public in-house terminals. See your local Michigan library for information about home access. An AccessMichigan Periodical List-Full Text (AMPL-FT) has been created by the Oakland Schools New Media Information Center staff. This list provides a single alphabetical listing of periodicals which contain full text articles from AccessMichigan databases. Information for Michigan Librarians (The AccessMichigan web site) The OCLC FirstSearch online service includes sixty reference databases and provides rapid desktop access to a rich electronic collection of bibliographic, abstract, and full-text information from books, magazines, and newspapers. Using the World Wide Web, Michigan library patrons connect to the online collection from workstations in the library (or from their homes or offices if remote access is available from the patron's local library).
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Extractions: In recognition of miilitary family week, the following highlights three families and some of their reflections on their lifestyles... The Jupiters: Army Maj. Joseph Jupiter, DSCP's executive officer; wife Alma, Holley, 3; and Joale, 8 months. Places lived: Met in Kentucky (Alma was an Army nurse at the time), then Joseph was sent to Germany for three years and they corresponded long distance. After a few years of juggling duty stations they decided it was too complicated for both to have military careers. Holley was born in Michigan; Joale was born in Philadelphia. How are things different for you than a civilian family? Since we move so often, we need to be open to new possibilities. You learn to start from scratch every few years. For example, keeping connected to family becomes more complicated; we take lots of photos and videos of the kids to send back home! Challenges?
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Extractions: The Boy Scouts in the 1910s were an idea, not an organization. There were Boy Scouts in America even before the Boy Scouts of America were founded, and there were many other Boy Scout groups that functioned totally independent of the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts of America, however, were dominant from the beginning, and by the end of the decade had essentially eliminated all competitors. THE AMERICAN BOY SCOUTS: The founder of the Boy Scouts of America, W. D. Boyce, grew dissatisfied with the group very early in the decade and left the movement. In 1915, he started another group intended for boys who lived in isolation and could not join Boy Scout troops. This group, called the Lone Scouts of America, was unified solely by means of publications, most notably a weekly paper called "Lone Scout" that was filled with stories and recommended projects. The group was extrememly successful, and ultimately merged with the Boy Scouts of America in the early 1920s.
Extractions: Military Brat Life by Lisa Anderschat A while ago I wrote about my search for a place to set down roots to call home. Well, I made the move to a place where my parents have never been, and I am trying to make it my own. I am a residence hall coordinator at Michigan Technological University in Houghton MI. I am 14 hours from my parents and 10 hours from the one place I really want to visit a lot. I think this move was a good stepping stone for me. So often we brats are trying to get that feeling of home back, now I realize it is up to me to create that feeling of home where ever I am. For the first time I don't have any roommates. I have my own apartment (located within the residence hall, so I have like 630 neighbors) and I can make the place look like the way I want it to . . . my favorite pictures finally on the wall, my own dishes in the cupboard. There are times when I am lonely and miss my family . . . but this is my time to make my mark and I am going to do my best to enjoy the time I have here in Michigan . . . Read More Stories Contribute Your Story
Extractions: Military Brat Life by Lisa Anderschat I am struggling to find a place to consider home. When people ask me where I am from I ask them "Do you want to know where I was born, where I went to high school, or where I went to college?" I have many identities based on different locations. West Point New York is my place of birth. Cincinnati, Ohio is where I went to high school and Holland Michigan is where I went to college. As I finish up graduate school and go on job interviews I find myself looking at those areas of the country where I have not lived, searching for that place that will give me the feeling of home. There are two places that I feel a real connection to; Colorado, where we lived for two years after returning from Germany and Holland, Michigan where I went to college. I try to explain to my friends what it is about that town that draws me and they don't understand. They are all trying to get me to move past the one place where I feel at home. My friends and even my brother cannot relate to my quest. They have roots firmly planted in one area or another and they feel comfortable returning to those areas after graduation. Will I have a perpetual case of wanderlust? I find myself at a point in my life when I would like to find a place where I can plant roots and stay a spell.