The Warrior Ethos is a crucial acknowledgement of longstanding Army values, an affirmation of the qualities that make a Soldier great. I didn't just put it out there because we needed something on the poster. There is a lot of power in this, and each of us must embrace and understand it. The Warrior Ethos is not only about being a good Soldier, but a good spouse, parent, friend, and citizen. (Transcript)
Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker
Chief of Staff of the Army
I will always place the mission first.
I will never accept defeat.
I will never quit.
I will never leave a fallen comrade.
In a conflict of daunting complexity and diversity, the Soldier remains our most intelligent, lethal, and adaptable "system".
People remain more important than hardware and quality more important than quantity.
Soldiers will adapt to evolving warfare environments, yet the Warrior Spirit will remain at the core of their commitment to serve a nation at war.
In a dynamic and transforming Army, Soldiers and the values they embody are the irreplaceable foundation of change and guarantors of victory.
Read about Soldiers and civilians who epitomize the Warrior Ethos at www.army.mil/warriorethos.
The Warrior Ethos is part of the Soldier's Creed. Watch the Soldier's Creed video at www.army.mil/soldierscreed.
A new video has been added to the Professional Video Collection titled 2006-2007 Army Strategic Context. The presentation, given at the Worldwide Public Affairs Symposium in March 2005, features Dr. Francis J. Harvey, Secretary of the Army, discussing the Army's Strategic Context. Click here to watch the video.
The season's first Twilight Tattoo, hosted by the Military District of Washington, is tonight at 7 p.m. EDT on The White House Ellipse. For other scheduled Twilight Tattoos, click here.
The U.S. Army celebrates Public Service Recognition Week on the National Mall. The purpose of PSRW is to heighten awareness of the commitment and dedication public servants bring with them to their jobs. This year's event will feature 30 exhibits that highlight Soldiers, equipment, technology and interactive displays. The exhibits will be located at the east end of the National Mall. Click here for more information.