(*A sort of found poem)

Oaths of Enlistment
United States Army

All members of the Army must take an oath upon being sworn in as members, swearing (or affirming) to "protect the Constitution of the United States from all enemies, both foreign and domestic."

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1 comment:

madlyme.com said...

all branches of the military service have oaths of enlistment. my dad served in the u.s. navy for 26 years. his oath would have been this:


go navy. LOL.