Professionalism, Respect, Integrity, Dignity, Excellence

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So live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart. Trouble no one about their religion;respect others in their view, and demand that they respect yours. Love your life, perfect your life, beautify all things in your life. Seek to make your life long and its purpose in the service of your people. Prepare a noble death song for the day when you go over the great divide.

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I served on the SEAL teams and this poem is a big motivator for me. This poem is true in my heart and hopefully will help get some of our boys home because its true, you are always trying to get home.

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Attn: Wayne
I come from a family of a military background, My grandfather moved here from Finland, and joined the Army. He served in Vietnam. My father sais that his dad used to have real bad dreams(nightmares) He is survived through my father and two brothers and two sisters. One of my Uncles; joined the marine corps. served in Guam and is retired now. I myself am not enlisted or have ever been. but am the oldest of two. My younger brother “T-bone”(his Sapper name) was given to him by his brothers;(combat engineers) was was injured; one survivor out of a few… over in Iraq.
Not a day goes by that hes not in my thoughts or prayers along with all of the men and women who served and still serve. I am very patriotic and I appreciate you posting the Chiefs poem. My brother reminds me of the men portrayed in “Act of Valor” not my little brother anymore but a man of solitude, respect, humbled, a man of high regard, honor, little to say but much thought is put into his words… a man of integrity… a man i strive every day to live my life in representation of what he and others like him have sacrificed.
So as I post this I am thankful for the wisdom that is shared here…
let us not forget we are all Family.
Brothers and Sisters; Fathers and Mothers, some ones child trying to make it home to our loved ones.

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Hi there, I come from a military household my mother and father served are corpsman in the Navy and Air Force Reserves. And my grandfathers served in the Navy and Airforce. My uncle served on SEAL Team Two in the Second Gulf War and my other uncle served as the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Pentagon while on and is still on SEAL Team Six. I take great pride in my family and as a young seventeen year old male i always have taken pride and seen honor ing family’s tradition and I hope to one day earn a trident. I openly cried during this movie. Tuned where they pound the tridents into the coffin is based on an actual event. 2nd Lt. Micheal Monsour who was awarded the Medal Of Honor for his actions, threw himself on to a grenade while holding down enemy insurgents. He save for men two snipers and their spotters. This poem is my code I have always lived to make my family proud we are in Hawaiian a Hali koa or a house of warriors.