Perfect examples of patriots are the soldiers that risk their lives for our safety. They show passion for their country and what they believe in. Patriots can also be people like you and me who exhibit perseverance. For some of these people they can imagine George Washington in Valley Forge crossing the Delaware. For others the “I Have a Dream” plays in their minds knowing that they should always strive to do well in their society as other fine people do.
The Pledge of Allegiance The citizens of America are recognized worldwide for our avid patriotism towards our country. American citizens take great pride in their country and the nationalist attitude of the country is probably what brings us all together, despite our many disputes. Americans have many symbols to represent their patriotism. One of the most crucial is the Pledge of Allegiance. The Pledge is something that is instilled in each and every American citizen as soon as we can talk.
Even though we are still in some wars, we’ve never gave up and are still fighting. I feel safe in america become of our military system is so successful. I thank all of the veterans out there that has sacrificed their life to defend their country. In conclusion America has a lot of freedom like freedom of religion. We have many great inventions in america.
A young man, wanting to create a better life for his wife and kids, decides to fight for his country. His daughter gives him the biggest hug before he leaves. This precious, beautiful girl is what he wants to protect from all the bad in the world. He is sent off to Pearl Harbor with a couple of his buddies as a restraint against Japan’s aggression. Thinking nothing was going to happen to them, they fulfilled their duty, until December 7.
Woman's rights are the first to go too. In some countries the women can't work. They have to clean, cook, take care of the kids, and do what the men tell them to do. Is that right? I know that I'm proud to be an American and live in the United States and I thank our soldiers for fighting for us.
But despite all these obligations, they felt that freedom of their nation was most important and they did not hesitate to lay their lives down for that cause. We can learn a lot from the remarkable sacrifice that these exemplary men and women left for us to follow. We can read and study many of the World War accounts of the bravery that these soldiers exhibited in war. There are also many video and film documentaries of the World War years from which we can learn quite a lot about the things that happened during these wars. As a mark of respect, we can observe a minute of silence at 11 a.m. on November 11 every year.
One thing I was sure about is that my magnificent professor never steers her students wrong and that that evening’s festivities was sure to be a learning experience; and it was. First, the awards that were presented were great. I absolutely love the ‘quiet hero’ title because it gives recognition to the people who do great things for their communities. Dr. Zimbardo believes that every community possesses an individual or a group of individuals who deserves recognition for daily acts of heroism. Heroism can come in the form of many things, and Dr. Zimbardo most likely feels the same way I do pertaining to that.
Every hero is brave in some way shape or form. The soldiers fighting for our freedom and our country deserve the label ‘a hero’. They put their selves in the line of fire for the American Flag. It takes a truly special person to join the military. The military turns an average man into every American citizen’s hero.
He displayed and represented courage, nobility of purpose, and sacrifice. To most of America, the men and women who fight for our country are heroes. They sacrifice their time and lives to serve our country and protect us. The VFW club is a great example of the men and women who give their time to help those who have served the country and honor them today. They work to improve the lives of veterans, service personnel, their families, and the communities they live and work in.
My life experiences and my strong desire to succeed coupled with an unrelenting work ethic and a strong sense of duty and commitment to my country, make me an excellent candidate for officership in the United States Army. An Army Officer needs to represent and embody the core values, struggles, and sacrifices that have made and continue to make America great. Throughout my life, I have prided myself on being disciplined and goal oriented, overcoming all odds and obstacles to achieve my potential. I, too like many Americans came to this country with my family, seeking a better life. We didn’t have a lot of money, we didn’t know the language, but what we did have were minds full of hopes and dreams and the desire and push to make them a reality.