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An Essay on Military

Every country in the whole world has a military; the president is commander of armed forces in any particular country. The military protects the country from crises such as terrorism which does a lot of damage to the country economy. The government sends an army to war zones in another country to help in regaining peace and stability. The army is highly trained individuals thus the best troops to send out in case of national crises. Terrorist groups like Alshabab, Al-Qaida, and Isis, neutralization is done by the military forces. Government helps each other when there is war by sending military troops to help in peace restoration. The United States army in collaboration with the government in Iraq brings down a leader of a dangerous al-Qaida group who in the past has caused the death of innocent civilian and destruction of property through bombing. Osama Ben Landen leads to the destruction of the tallest building in the United States of America known as the Twin Towers.

How did the American military play a role in the dropping of the atomic bomb following the order by the president? During world war two the united states military drops an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan back is August 1945. United States military also bombs Nagasaki after Hiroshima in Japan. People argue better if the military convinces Japan to surrender to end a civil war than bombing Japanese home islands. Vietnam War leads to confusion of many Americans with the cold war and the role of United States in the whole world back in 1960’s. Some sources indicate that the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is to intimidate the Soviet Union rather than to defeat Japanese. Before the military drops the bombs, Japanese has no plan to surrender but plans the most determined resistance available to the America invasion of their country. Japanese are well prepared to resist Americans invasion to an extent the results of resistance are much worse than two consecutive bombing. President Roosevelt highlighted the war objective during a conference in Casablanca back in 1943. United States president in the conference announces all his enemies to surrender to allow occupation of their territories and formation of new political institutions as Americans see fit.

How did the dropping of the atomic bomb affect the military? What can later military events be linked to the dropping of the atomic bomb?

After Nagasaki bombing, some military soldiers set up camps in the bombed site. The military squad disposed of dead bodies from the site without any protective gears. Military drinks water from around the bomb site as the government assures them of no radiation atoms left behind. Jacob Bronowski, a biologist, travels to Nagasaki to collect information regarding radiation levels. When biologists return to Britain he convinces the government of both United States and Britain the bombed sits should be left alone. Both governments didn’t listen an after a while the military troops go back home. Initially, the number of troops deployed in Nagasaki is 9000, but as months progress the number slowly drops due to death of some soldiers. On the return of military troops in the United States, many suffer from strange rashes, sores and others afflicted with thyroid problems, leukemia or other types of cancer as a result of ionizing radiation exposure. Despite the good service of the military to their country, the government of the United States denied the soldier’s compensation claim due to various disability suffered. (Bernstein, 1975)

How did the dropping of the atomic bomb influence the military to take action to contain communism?

Dropping of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima and Nagasaki severs as a turning point of many countries that provides hostility to American rules. United States aims to create a stable government, economy and also bring peace to the country. The two consecutive bombing brings an end to the war between American and the Soviet Union. After the bombing Japanese surrenders and draft treaties allowing American troops to occupy their territory. Military troops maintain peace in the government of Japan and Britain. Some political leaders in power that make people fight the military overthrow them and bring in just leaders to take powerful positions. In the countries that the United States occupies they bring democracy to the people, giving rise to democratic leaders. (Harry, 1946)

How did the dropping of the atomic bomb relate to the Marshall Plan?

George Marshall the United States army chief and he oversees the project to make the atomic bomb. Marshall’s aids in an atomic bomb is making through collections of funds which is kept as a top secret to prevent the Congress from finding out. When the atomic bomb is complete, only the president has the mandate to order its release or not. The bombing causes the loss of life to many innocent civilians and a turning point to many Japanese. How did it relate to the Berlin Airlift? How did it influence Winston Churchill’s famous “Iron Curtain” speech? The Berlin airlifts come to an end during after the end of World War 2.

Civil war results in loss of innocent lives in many countries. The government should work in good faith with one another to avert disasters like Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing during World War 2. The government should mind about the health of military troops as they tirelessly work to ensure harmony across all political divides. Countries should avoid the use of atomic bombs to neutralize war as the ionizing radiation level are harmful to plants, animals, and humankind. The government should engage in a consultation with the Congress before embarking on any mission.


Bernstein, B. (1975). Roosevelt, Truman, and the atomic bomb, 1941–1941: A reinterpretation. Political Science Quarterly, 90(1), 23–69.

Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. (1946, July 1). United States strategic bombing survey: Japan’s struggle to end the war, July 1, 1946.



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