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Nearly 60 Years of Change in the Military 1941 to 2000 I have been in the military for seventeen years and during my tenure yhere have been countless changes When I meet a new troop with a fresh attitude I cant help but think of how it was when I first entered the service More then once I have made the mistake of expressing my thoughts on the change of the military attitude to ex-military They have all been more than willing to tell me about the real changes in the military It made me wonder If the military had changed so much during my time then how much had it changed from my fathers time or even his fathers time Unfortunately my grandfather is not around to question So Im left with my research and memories My Grandfather Keith Sabin entered the Army in 1941 my father Earl Dickerson entered the Navy in 1960 and I entered the Air Force in 1983 There have been numerous changes over the years Some have been blatantly obvious while other have been subtler All have had a profound impact on both the US service member as well as the United States Im going to cover several key areas that range from technology to the human factor of the military When my grandfather entered the Army in 1941 the Air Force had not yet been established It was still known as the Army Air Corp and would not become its own branch until September 1947 It had only been 30 years since Orville and Wilbur Wright sold their first aircraft to the army as an observation tool Martin Luther King Jr was only 11 years old Television was still in its infancy and was a long time off from being a household item The above information is the basic backdrop of my comparison not merely how the military has changed but how the changes have
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