He’s a United States Soldier

U.S. Soldier
He’s a United States Soldier
He’s a warrior and member of a team.
His eyes follow a red laser beam.
He walks cautiously through the enemy’s hostile territory with his muscular hand wrapped around his gun.
Feeling the heat and sweat from the hot blazing sun,
With his finger tightly gripped, he’s ready to pull the trigger.
He always thinks of himself as bigger.
He sees the enemy as little.
As someone that can always be conquered.
And whittled,
He’s a U.S. Soldier that never accepts defeat.
He’s always quick to his feet.
He stands ready to deploy, engage, and destroy, the enemies of the
United States of America in close combat,
Wherever he arrives at,
He’s a follower of what’s right.
And never lets the enemy out of his sight.
He’s ready to fight with all of his might.
And build the Nation’s might.
He’s a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
He’s an American Soldier,
Specially trained for combat,
He’s ready wherever the US Army Platoon arrives at.
To be led by his faith in God.
He can face any foreign or domestic enemy.
No matter how many,
And be led to victory,
He’s a proud American Soldier.
He bleeds red, white and blue.
Fighting to keep America’s Freedom and Liberty!
He’s fighting for you!

U.S. Soldier He's a United States Soldier He’s a warrior and member of a team. His eyes follow a red laser beam. He walks cautiously through the enemy's hostile territory with his muscular hand wrapped around his gun. Feeling the heat and sweat from the hot blazing sun, With his finger tightly gripped, he’s ready to pull the trigger. He always thinks of himself as bigger. He sees the enemy as little. As someone that can always be conquered. And whittled, He’s a U.S. Soldier that never accepts defeat. He’s always quick to his feet. He stands ready to deploy, engage, and destroy, the enemies of the United States of America in close combat, Wherever he arrives at, He’s a follower of what’s right. And never lets the enemy out of his sight. He’s ready to fight with all of his might. And build the Nation’s might. He’s a guardian of freedom and the American way of life. He’s an American Soldier, Specially trained for combat, He’s ready wherever the US Army Platoon arrives at. To be led by his faith in God. He can face any foreign or domestic enemy. No matter how many, And be led to victory, He’s a proud American Soldier. He bleeds red, white and blue. Fighting to keep America’s Freedom and Liberty! He’s fighting for you!

U.S. Soldier
He’s a United States Soldier
He’s a warrior and member of a team.
His eyes follow a red laser beam.
He walks cautiously through the enemy’s hostile territory with his muscular hand wrapped around his gun.
Feeling the heat and sweat from the hot blazing sun,
With his finger tightly gripped, he’s ready to pull the trigger.
He always thinks of himself as bigger.
He sees the enemy as little.
As someone that can always be conquered.
And whittled,
He’s a U.S. Soldier that never accepts defeat.
He’s always quick to his feet.
He stands ready to deploy, engage, and destroy, the enemies of the
United States of America in close combat,
Wherever he arrives at,
He’s a follower of what’s right.
And never lets the enemy out of his sight.
He’s ready to fight with all of his might.
And build the Nation’s might.
He’s a guardian of freedom and the American way of life.
He’s an American Soldier,
Specially trained for combat,
He’s ready wherever the US Army Platoon arrives at.
To be led by his faith in God.
He can face any foreign or domestic enemy.
No matter how many,
And be led to victory,
He’s a proud American Soldier.
He bleeds red, white and blue.
Fighting to keep America’s Freedom and Liberty!
He’s fighting for you!

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