2008 Army Birthday Message

Preston, Kenneth O.; Casey Jr., George W.; Geren, Pete
June 2008
Soldiers;Jun2008, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p3
The article focuses on the U.S. Army which is celebrating its 233rd year. It states that the service is facing a war against a global extremist terrorist network aiming to attack and destroy the way of life of people. According to the author, the army is the best in the world at what it does because of its values and ethos and the people.


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