The Soldiers Creed: Hard Lessons of the U.S. Army for the Success of a Future America

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The Soldiers Creed details different soldier experiences in overcoming insurmountable odds. The author's new book tells how to turn fear and doubt into confidence and boldness and restoring honor to American character.

Since the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, Americans have suffered a decline in their social confidence as well as their financial stability. Americans are looking to their military service members for strength, reassurance, and now, the social and moral confidence that have since eroded away.

Americans expect to succeed in all area of their lives: Financially, socially, and professionally. Yet job losses, the price of oil, the struggling economy, and the lending crisis have all damaged the confidence of middle-class America.

The Soldiers Creed: Hard Lessons of the US Army for the Success of a Future America outlines or portrays real-life soldiers that have been confronted with challenges that have allowed them to overcome many of the same difficulties Americans face today. Their ability to persevere, endure, and defeat insurmountable problems, many at incredible odds, provide the examples needed for America to be great again.

The author, Martin Durst, has detailed these accounts in the Soldiers Creed. His new book tells how to turn fear and doubt into confidence and boldness and restoring honor to American character. He can be reached at 580-278-1441 for further information, or more detail can be found at http://www.soldierscreed.net. Orders can be placed at the same website or through popular media outlets such as Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

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Martin Gene Durst, 580-278-1441

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