THE SOLDIER'S CREED
-As written in TRADOC Pamphlet 600-4, published 01/JAN/98
I am an American soldier. I am a member of the United States Army-a protector of the greatest nation on earth. Because I am proud of the uniform I wear, I will always act in ways creditable to the military service and the nation it is sworn to guard.
I am proud of my own organization. I will do all I can to make it the finest unit of the Army. I will be loyal to those under whom I serve. I will do my full part to carry out orders and instructions given me or my unit.
As a soldier, I realize that I am a member of a time-honored profession-that I am doing my share to keep alive the princibles of freedom for which my country stands. No matter what situation I am in, I will never do anything, for pleasure, profit, or personal safety, which will disgrace my uniform, my unit, or my country. I will use every means I have, even beyond the line of duty, to restrain my Army comrades from actions disgraceful to themselves and the uniform.
I am proud of my country and its flag. I will try to make the prople of this nation proud of the service I represent, for I am an American soldier.