“No More Noble Calling:” USSOCOM Commander ADM William McRaven’s View of the US ARMY

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  1. buff81

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    Great speech. Thanks for posting. Sent it to my future Marine officer. :thumb:
     
  3. wildcatmom

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    DS AROTC unit posted it to their FB page today also...
    Required reading for all young officers.
     
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    Wow....

    What a class act!!

    Push Hard, Press Forward
     
  5. NorwichDad

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    Thanks for posting, I have also emailed it to my son!
     
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    Normally, our senior military leaders actually mean it when they speak works such as the Admiral's. I wish I could say the same about the words of our elected officials.
     
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    It was a great speech and a noble sentiment. My DS (AROTC) actually emailed it to me a day before it was posted here. I gather it circulated through his battalion.
     
  8. Full Metal Bulldog

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    Its on YouTube, "500th Night Banquet 2014"
    Absolutely a must watch.
     
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    Also just sent to my son....thanks for posting...
     

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