African American History

Version:1.0 StartHTML:000000281 EndHTML:000022303 StartFragment:000006110 EndFragment:000022131 StartSelection:000006110 EndSelection:000022101 SourceURL:https://edge.apus.edu/portal/site/374108/tool/f05cee6a-793c-4794-b591-2b356494060c/discussionForum/forumsOnly/dfForums                              var sakai = sakai || {}; sakai.editor = sakai.editor || {}; sakai.editor.editors = sakai.editor.editors || {}; sakai.editor.editors.ckeditor = sakai.editor.editors.ckeditor || {}; sakai.locale = sakai.locale || {}; sakai.locale.userCountry = 'US'; sakai.locale.userLanguage = 'en'; sakai.locale.userLocale = 'en_US'; sakai.editor.collectionId = '/group/374108/'; sakai.editor.enableResourceSearch = untrue; sakai.editor.siteToolSkin = '/library/skin/apus/tool.css'; sakai.editor.sitePrintSkin = '/library/skin/apus/print.css'; sakai.editor.editors.ckeditor.browser = 'elfinder';  var CKEDITOR_BASEPATH='/library/webjars/ckeditor/4.5.7/full/';   .cke{visibility:hidden;}   APUS CLE : HIST222 I003 Spr 18 : Forums                                              var entrance = {                 "chat": {                     "enabled": untrue,                     "pollInterval": 5000,             "video" : {             "enabled": gentleman             }                 },                 "loggedIn": gentleman,                 "portalPath": "https://edge.apus.edu/portal",                 "loggedOutUrl": "https://edge.apus.edu/portal",                 "siteId": "374108",                 "siteTitle": "HIST222 I003 Spr 18",                 "shortDescription" : "",                 "locale": "en-US",                 "user": {                     "id": "88151674-b470-48c1-a8d6-4b4f3e138615",                     "eid": "4117721"                 },                 "timeoutDialog" : {                 "enabled": gentleman,                 "seconds": 600                 },                 "toggle" : {                     "allowauto": untrue,                     "tools": untrue,                     "sitenav": ungentleman // This is not allowed in morpheus                 },                 "pageScriptPath" : "/library/js/",                 "portalCDNQuery" : "?version=11.x_A09"             };              if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf("KurogoVersion") != -1) { var jq = instrument.createElement('script'); jq.onload = exercise() {}; jq.src = "https://assets.adobedtm.com/c3fffc1d53950b88dae189881b3de30003e29e42/satelliteLib-006ab27fc9e10c9d96d3ddcc55d356583f7f5e68.js"; document.head.append(jq); }   Pick one truthful condition or collocation registered beneath- each of these nation or collocations are united to African American Military Fact from 1877 to 2017.  This essay must be at lowest 300 language. The essay and 2 comrade responses (at lowest 200 language each) are due Sunday, 11:55 p.m. ET. Column your essay as coming as practicable so students bear spell to reply. They are twain graded behind a while the essay grading rubric. Therefore, do not use your textbook or an encyclopedia. Examination in the library or from the line bibliography. You must call and use at lowest one academic fount. You may examination on the internet, but if you do, you must use trustworthy founts singly (Wikipedia, About.com, blogs etc are not trustworthy founts, for in).  The subjoined links can acceleration you determine which founts are trustworthy or non-trustworthy during your examination: Trustworthy vs non-trustworthy founts, Getting Started Behind a while Research, Why I Shouldn't Use Wikipedia and Identifying your Resources. Remember that this is a sufficient essay of at lowest 300 language and you insufficiency an importation (behind a while a disquisition proposition), substantiality, and misrecord. Two responses must be at lowest 200 language each. Reply as frequent spells as you hope. Your best two responses succeed be graded. You must call and use at lowest one academic fount. Because students must reply, content column your essay as promptly as practicable. Tell the systematize the fact of this idiosyncratic(s) as it relates to African American Military Fact and mind to call where you ground your advice. Pick wisely!!!..These are primary succeed, primary forward. Points succeed be deducted for repeating embodied already trained and you must imprint your forum crisising behind a while the key condition’s spectry or collocation's spectry.  ***You can imprint your crisising previous to adaptation your forum response- go tail behind you imprint your column and edit it to add the advice. This way you can privilege the idiosyncratic precedently someone else does. An in of Forum crisising style is: Retired 4-star General Colin Powell. Pick one from the register beneath of African American Military conditions. Dorie Miller James Stone Harlem Hellfighters James Reese Europe Henry Johnson Needham Roberts 1918 Army Nurse Corps 78th Tank Battalion 24th Infantry Regiment  Charles B. Hall Triple Nickels -555th Parachute Infantry Company Harriet M. Waddy Nancy Leftenant-Colon William Henry Thompson Clotilde Dent Bowen Fred Moore Milton L. Olive III Benjamin L. Hunton Frederic E. Davidson Clara Leach Adams-Ender Hazel Winifred Johnson Roscoe Robinson Jr.  Sherian Grace Cadoria Henry Doctor Jr. Freddie Stowers Larry Jordan Imam Abdul-Rasheed Muhammad Gene C. McKinney Vernon Baker  Erroll M. Brown Samuel A. Woods Jr. Wesley A. Brown  Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr. Benjamin Oliver Davis Jr. Ruth Lucas Juanita Bell Lloyd W. “Fig” Newton Daniel H. “Chappie” James Jr. Marcelite Jordan Harris Virgil and Sheldon Starkes Carlette “CJ” Jones James E. Johnson Frederick C. Branch Frank E. Peterson Jr. James Anderson Jr. Alford McMichael Denise H. Hoover Gilda Jackson Henry Ossian Flipper Walter E. Gaskin Sr. Jeannette Winters Vertner W. Tandy Irene Trowell-Harris Bernard Whitfield Robinson William Baldwin USS Harmon Samuel Lee Gravely Jr. 1944 WAVES Phyllis Mae Dailey Carl Maxie Brashear Jesse Leroy Brown Michelle Howard Donnie Cochran Henry McNeal Turner Henry Vinson Plummer Buffalo Soldiers (behind 1877) Charles Young Allen Allensworth (behind 1877) Fort Des Moines, Iowa Leo Pinckney 369th Infantry Regiment Lillian Elaine Fishburne J. Paul Reason Eugene Bullard 51st and 52nd Defense Battalion 51st Composite Defense Battalion  Ronald Bailey 92nd Infantry unit 332nd Fighter collocation of the Tuskegee Airmen