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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slogans_of_the_United_States_Army

Slogans of the United States Army changed rarely in the 20th century, relative to the 21st. Contents. [hide]. 1 2006 to present; 2 2001 to 2006; 3 1980 to 2001 ...

blog.customink.com/2012/11/army-slogans-sayings

In honor of Veterans Day, we wanted to post some popular military slogans & sayings this week as a resource for soldiers, vets, and family of those serving.

www.scoopwhoop.com/inothernews/badass-indian-army-quotes

Jan 25, 2015 ... It's a tough life being in the army. One needs all the motivation one can have. And as it turns out, the Indian Army is quite bad-ass when it ...

www.wearethemighty.com/articles/military-mottos

19 of the coolest military unit mottos on We Are The Mighty | Just about every military unit has a motto of sorts, but some are way cooler than others.

www.military1.com/military-community/article/539431-words-to-live-by-20-top-us-military-mottos

Oct 30, 2014 ... Army Rangers: "Sua Sponte" "Rangers lead the way!" ... Army Special Forces ( Green Berets): "De Opresso Liber" (To Liberate The Oppressed; ...

www.comedyflavors.com/16-powerful-indian-army-slogans-that-keep-our-soldiers-motivated

Being in the Indian Army is a tough job. Our brave soldiers stay awake to protect us. Here are 16 powerful Indian Army slogans that keep our soldiers motivated.

www.pinterest.com/pin/474285404489295231

I know you are a millionaire....But you won't get this respect. It is a proud privilege to be a soldier #army love #jaihind #salute #respect ...

www.armytimes.com/story/military/2015/04/30/army-strong-advertising-recruiting/26586513

Apr 30, 2015 ... So long, "Army Strong": Service's new ad campaign comes without a tagline. ... Service ditches 'Army Strong' for new branding strategy.

www.telegraph.co.uk/men/the-filter/11552789/10-phrases-you-only-hear-in-the-Army-and-what-they-actually-mean.html

Apr 23, 2015 ... Since leaving the Army in 2010, one of the things I've enjoyed most is meeting up with old Forces mates and getting reacquainted with the ...

www.ijoa.org/imta96/paper19.html

Table 1 and Figure 1 show the Army slogan Be All You Can Be and the Air Force slogan Aim High have the highest levels of recognition. Both of these slogans ...