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Title: Overview

Action: On the right side of the screen the seals of the three services are shown as mentioned in the narration. Simultaneously, on the left side of the screen, the three main bullet points below are shown beside their seal as mentioned in the narration:

Voice: Although the Army, Navy, and Marines were established at about the same time,…

Action: The first sub-bullet points of each bullet point are added simultaneously as they are mentioned in the narration. The second, third and fourth sub-bullet points are added in the same manner as the first sub-bullet points.

Voice: …all have been affected by different influences and have followed divergent paths to their current doctrinal beliefs. For each of the three services we’ll look at the service’s purpose, history, its doctrinal evolution and its perspective on the use of air and space power. We will begin with The Army.

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