Schoomaker, Peter J.
April 2006
Soldiers;Apr2006, Vol. 61 Issue 4, following p48
The article emphasizes the significance of the Warrior Ethos of the U.S. military. It is the common thread that has bound service members throughout 230 years of service to the nation. The Warrior Ethos has been demonstrated by U.S. soldiers who have answered the call to duty. The history of the U.S. military is defined by the willingness of generation after generation to live by the Warrior Ethos.


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