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Title of Speech: Airborne Operations Specific Purpose:  To inform my audience about how airborne operations are conducted in the  military. Central Idea:  Jumping out of an airplane is something many people have thought about doing, but  few ever do. The military has been doing it successfully for years, and carries traditions from the  1940’s. INTRODUCTION I. (Attention) Has anyone ever thought of jumping out of a perfectly good airplane? II. (Reveal Topic) Did you know the military has been doing it since the 1940’s and has an entire  division devoted to conducting airborne operations after parachuting. Airborne operations is the  military term for preparing for a jump, the actual jump itself, then conducting a military operation  once the paratroopers land.  III. (Relevancy) With the increasingly volatile political climate in the world such as with North Korea,  the chances of war seem to be steadily rising, along with the need for paratroopers. IV. (Credibility) I was a paratrooper with the 82 nd  Airborne Division for four years. V. (Preview) Three major parts of being a paratrooper are Airborne School, Airborne Operation in the  Regular Army, and understanding the advantages and limitations of airborne operations tactically. Transition: Lets begin by talking about Airborne School BODY I. Airborne school is where it all begins for a soldier who wants to be a paratrooper A. Simply volunteering to go to Airborne School is rarely enough to be sent there by a soldier’s unit.
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  • Summer '18
  • Soldier, airborne operations, airborne school

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