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Branch Women Total %women Army 76,193 556,045 13.5% Marine Corps 15,257 202,441 7.5% Navy 52,546 328,303 16.0% Air Force 64,275 334,196 16.2% Coast Guard 5,552 42,358 13.1% Total DOD 208,271 1,430,985 14.6% Total 213,823 1,473,343 14.5%
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Active Duty Women This graph shows women in the active duty military and there percent Women In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation, Inc, (12/04/10) Retrieved from htWomen In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation, Inc. This graph shows the total deaths from operation Iraqi freedom by year Operation Iraqi Freedom, N/D, Unknown author Retrieved from http://www.icasualties.org/Iraq/index.aspx IRAQ, ( 2 December 2010), Unknown author Retrieved from http://www.nooniefortin.com/iraq.htm
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Unformatted text preview: o Identify the different types of statistics, graphs, and illustrations that are appropriate for your topic. The graphs that I showed are the perfict to the fact that they give the average women in the military and the total deaths from operation Iraqi freedom. This is profe to the fact that the military is discriminating agenst women. o Where do these visuals fit most effectively into your paper? Explain how these visuals strengthen your arguments. Both graphs fit into paragraph two and three but I plan to use the first graph in the first paragraph. The reason for this is to show the reader in the beginning what I plan to show them in the paper....
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