DUTY...HONOR...COUNTRY: These words were spoken by General Douglas MacArthur so long ago.  I took them to heart and have tried to live my life by that code.  Though I have been called a hero for the action I took in combat in Vietnam, I know through my own experiences that a man who is willing to die for his country is dedicated, and a man who endeavors to live for his country is committed.  I truly pray that those who hear me speak, as I do at various functions around the country, will leave remembering just that.  If you are willing to LIVE for your country...and to make that kind of commitment...you are the heroes that will help America fulfill its promise.

A lifelong devotion to DUTY...HONOR...COUNTRY by men and women throughout our history has nourished the cause of freedom.  As we pass the torch from generation to generation, it is imperative that we pass on the understanding of the work it takes to perpetuate the promise.  Liberty offers us boundless opportunity.  Those opportunities will cease to exist if we forget to continue as vanguards of our freedom.  As difficult as the task maybe, if we face each new day with a resolve to live for our country, and follow the dictum of DUTY...HONOR...COUNTRY, America will grow greater and stronger and more bountiful with the passing of each day.  I believe we can achieve everything of real importance through these three words.

 

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