And so do we resolve that the true measure of our worth as citizens, as veterans, and as patriots, be found in our willingness to draw from, and abide by, these strengths and convictions born of heritage and experience.
To honor with dignity the sacred memory of our war dead, and so in dignity, insure that the lasting legacy of the fallen is responsibility toward, not exploitation of, their sacrifice.
To honor and assist our wounded and disabled brothers who paid the price of patriotism in sustaining physical or psychological injury while serving with the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, by pursuit of legitimate claims.
To hold that a sacred and binding brotherhood exists between the men of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment who risked their lives at the request of their country and this bond will hold true till end.
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