Testimonial – Neal Ross
Testimonial: In 1979 I took the oath of enlistment and became an Airman in the United States Air Force. For the next 14 years I served my country, although the seriousness of the oath of enlistment never truly crossed my mind.
It was not until after the events of 9/11 that I began to have my eyes opened as to the serious threat our government poses to our liberty and rights.
Now, at the age of 54, that oath means more to me than it ever did while I wore the uniform of a member of the United States Armed Forces.
It has become my mission in life to make people aware of the abuses of power by our government, and the constant assault upon our rights and liberty.
I would urge every active duty service member to read the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and then do some serious soul searching, all the while asking themselves what they would do if they found themselves put into the position of having to enforce an order that they knew in their hearts was unconstitutional.
That is when the true mettle of a man/woman will be determined, when they are faced with the decision of having to disobey an unlawful order and uphold their oath to support and defend the Constitution, against all enemies, foreign, AND DOMESTIC.
Let’s hope and pray that IF the time comes that our young men and women serving in the armed forces will uphold that oath.