Junior-enlisted Soldiers quote
By Junior-enlisted Soldiers
December 11, 2007 1 / 1 Junior-enlisted Soldiers in Afghanistan reciting "A Soldier's Request," during a promotion ceremony for Soldiers entering the noncommissioned officer ranks. VIEW ORIGINAL
Treat me with respect, sergeant. For no heart in all the world is more loyal than the heart of an American Soldier. Do not beat my spirit with your words, sergeant. For though I will do what you demand, your guidance, patience, and understanding will more quickly teach me to 'Be, Know and Do' ...
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