Building the bridge to our future

Boudreau, Todd M.
December 2011
Army Communicator;Winter2011, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p2
The article offers information on how the last edition of "Army Communicator" for 2011 serves as a bridge for readers to recognize the lessons they have learned from the past. It states that the members of the armed forces of the U.S. could take pride in their past as they are able to have some accomplishments and contributions to the U.S. history. According to the author, soldiers can confidently have an optimist vision of their future since they understood their responsibilities.


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