Information: The three-part outline is the basic framework for effective written communication.

I. Introduction

Attention Getter:
A coin of zero monetary value was worth the life of a man.

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Motivation Sentence:
Senior enlisted leaders should know the history behind military challenge coins, because they are the caretakers of military history and tradition.

Overview Sentence (State Main Points):
This essay will cover the background of the coin, their evolution, and their importance to military culture.

II. Body

Main point 1:
· No official history, but common tale
· LT’s life was spared because of “coin”
· Coin tradition began

Transition sentence from MP1 to MP2: Knowledge of the background of the challenge coins lays the foundation for their evolution.

Main point 2:
· Coins are now more elaborate due to modern manufacturing

Transition sentence from MP2 to MP3: The evolution of military challenge coins from pieces of scrap metal to intricate pieces signify their importance to military culture.

Main point 3:
· Used as rewards/awards
· Boost morale and comradery

III. Conclusion

Summary Sentence (Re-state Main Points):
This essay covered the background of military challenge coins, their evolution, and their importance to military culture.

Re-motivation Sentence:
Senior enlisted leaders should know the history behind military challenge coins, because they are the caretakers of military history and tradition.


Three Part Outline:
The Value is in the Eye of the Beholder

Closing Sentence:
A stamped piece of non-precious metal became the most valuable thing to a man facing death; allowing it to lose its worth now would be tragic.

: For all of your outlines, use SEA’s Handout as a guide. Use the SEA Effective Writing Student Guide provided for stylistic principles, citations, and formatting.


Baumgaertner, E. (2018, April 11). Morale, allegiance and drinking: How military challenge coins evolved and spread. The New York Times.

Challenge Coin History and Rules of the Coin. (n.d.).


Howard, M. (2014, August 15). Judicious use of command coins and presentation items. NAVADMIN 184/14. Washington, DC: Vice Chief of Naval Operations.


Kingsbury, P. A. (2018). Chief petty officer’s guide (2nd ed.). Naval Institute Press.

Santiago, K. (2019, April 12). Military challenge coins a lasting tradition within the armed services. The Balance Careers.


The Topic is Attack on Pearl Harbor

I need a outline and Final Essay


Avoid 1st/2nd person.

Write the essay in the third person.

No running head.

Margins should be 1 inch on all sides.

Times New Roman, 12 font.

Title: Bold – in uppercase and lowercase letters.

Insert page number on all pages (flush right).

Text should be double-spaced.

Single space after punctuation marks.

Indent the first line of each paragraph (use the tab key).

Must be in the third person (i.e., use he, she, them, them, her, instead of I, me, my, we, our, us, let’s, you,


A minimum of three credible references is required.

Word count: 800 to 1,000 words – excluding the title, in-text citations, and reference page.

Must use the main points listed in the PE (Background, Evolution, and Importance). Do not deviate.

Read the below general guidance for topic selection:

General Guidance

Keep in mind this is a Heritage Essay, not a history paper. Ensure the topic requested can be expounded to cover the evolution of that topic. I will screen and provide information on approval or disapproval. Students will choose a current policy, process, procedure, custom, event, equipment, ship, etc., and write an essay on the background, evolution, and importance of the topic to military heritage. It may not be a topic the student

previously researched, published, or presented.Many students think this essay is a history paper. That is incorrect. This assignment is designed for you to select a

topic, state the factual accounts surrounding the origins of the topic, and explain how the subject has evolved to become a part of current operations. Consider using the below guidance to develop the three main points for this paper:

Main Point 1 (Background) – State the factual account of the ship, station, battle, individual, custom, policy, process, procedure, or historical event surrounding the topic. This main point should cover all the information that a reader requires to increase awareness and establish a clear origin of the topic. Explain concepts, terms, theories, or ideas that may be unfamiliar and need an additional explanation for a clear foundation of understanding.

Main Point 2: (Evolution) – Explain how the topic has evolved. Changes, modifications, additions, process adjustments, program creations, or any progress that resulted from a specific event. Ensure to maintain a proper sequence of events/changes to effectively explain how the topic becomes a part of or impacts current operations.

Main Point 3: (Importance) – Explain why this topic is an important part of military heritage and current operations.

For example, the seat belts that we use today. The first seat belt was created in 1885, but the United States did not start the uproar for seatbelts until the 1930s. It was not until 1954 that car racing required seat belts. Testing, accidents, deaths, and studies conducted have resulted in what we have today as current safety/seat belts and laws. Started from something – explanation/evolutions – current operations.

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