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1The Military ExperienceMirissa FoustHIS/120October 5, 2015Chris Dean
2The Military ExperienceJoin the war they say and get involved in some way. This is the only way to win the war is if everyone gets involved and does not hold back. Whether it be a penny or pure heroism all is needed to push forward and fight until the end. If this was not enough for them campaigns were then added into the mix, which included the African and Italian campaigns. One thing after another to make the United States get involved in every aspect of World War II.The biggest reason of the United States getting involved was so obvious. If you got bombed would you not want revenge on who did such a thing? So many lives were lost in the bombing of Pearl Harbor that caused so much anger to come up inside making the United States declare war against the Japanese. One thing led to another until finally Germany felt the need to declare war upon the United States. So many wars so little time and so little supplies. President Roosevelt believed that Hitler was a menace to the United States society and that is another reason to why he was going to aid the allies and stand guard until Hitler was gone for good. Thinking about it this means that there was actually many reasons to why the United States got initially involved, but nothing will ever equal up to the pain that was caused on that day in the Pearl Harbor.There was a mixture of horror and pain lead up to needing that revenge. Imagine on that day of December 7, 1941, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes flying over attacking Pearl Harborand anything that got in their way. Listen to the screams and the alarms sounding throughout the area. More than 2,000 Americans died that day and many more injured. Something had to be