Skip to comments.Roger Staubach: Veterans serve proudly, from the battlefields to businesses
Posted on 11/14/2011 5:48:30 AM PST by An American!
Like many in my generation, I look back on my career and am exceedingly grateful that it began with service to my country. With military experience comes a distinct set of values that simply cant be taught in a classroom or by starting out in the mailroom. These values are what make military men and women the ideal candidates for any job particularly jobs in the business world. I learned many of these values from an early age, but they were truly ingrained in me as a student at the U.S Naval Academy and while serving our country in Vietnam. Twenty years later, they were the same values ....
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Roger the Dodger 1960`s ``Hula Hips``- Go Navy!
When Roger The Dodger was the qb of the Cowboys is when I became a diehard football fan. Roger, Larry Cole, Bob Lilly,
Walt Garrison were my heroes. I miss the good old days of football. I hardly recognize the game now.
I was working the front desk at a motel when a gentleman entered and asked for directions. I gave him the information. He looked at me and stated, “You were in the military.”
I asked him how he new that and he said, “Because of your attention to detail.”
I never used military jargon or gave any other hints of my military background.
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