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[Summary]The Seven Army Values Loyalty Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other soldiers. Be loyal to the nation and its heritage. The Decision at the Marias. The men thought the route ran to the northwest up the Marias Riv

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Loyalty
Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. constitution, the Army, and other soldiers.
Be loyal to the nation and its heritage.

The Decision at the Marias. The men thought the route ran to the northwest up the Marias River, while both Lewis and Clark thought the main river channel ran to the southwest. The men agreed to go along with the decision of the captains to proceed to the southwest, which was indeed the Missouri River.

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How did I find myself in this awful situation? The day in question, February 28, 2007, I was chosen

for a military detail of moving humvee's with some other fellow soldiers. I was called near the time of eleven for the detail. I was unprepared because my kevlar was located at my home off post. I instantly call one of my battle buddies, PFC Hollingshead, for a ride to my home. Maybe I could have asked him to wait for me while I obtained my safety

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History and Background

Since 14 June 1775, soldiers have defended freedom and are fighting on behalf of the American people for various missions. All of our forces - heavy and light, Active, Guard and Reserve - share the heritage of the Continental Army.

The Army's Birthday celebrates this great institution and upon reflection a simple truth arises: there is no greater profession than the Profession of Arms and no greater job than ours - serving on point for our Nation. Thanks to American Soldiers, freedom's light shines as a beacon throughout the world.

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See how Soldiers are putting the Seven Core Army Values into action when they're on duty and off.

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THE WORLD WARS

As the United States rebuilt in the aftermath of the Civil War, total Army strength grew relatively slowly until the mid 1900s. The World War I era saw the creation of several important Army branches, including the Veterinarian Corps, the Chemical Corps, and the Aviation Section within the Army Signal Corps, the precursor to the Air Force.

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