Soldiers, Civilians and Families of the United States Army:

Casey Jr., George W.
June 2007
Soldiers;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p3
The author expresses his gratitude to the U.S. Army. He mentions the courage, competence and commitment of the soldiers and civilians both to the ideals that made the U.S. a great nation and to making a difference in the world. He discusses the challenges facing the U.S. soldier involved in the war against terror. He cites the different functions of the Army, which includes defending the homeland and assisting the nation to build a better future for future generations.


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