Friday, March 20, 2009

Dedicated Navy Veteran Honors Her Oath

My name is Nancy Armstrong. I am now a 100% disabled veteran but served my country in the United States Navy from 1979-1992. When I left the USN I was an ET1 (SW), a second generation sailor.

I swore to defend the Flag, the US Constitution and the country. It is unfortunate that I now have to defend all of these against the current government and president.
I am sickened more each and every day as I watch the government doing end runs around our Constitution, one I believe in more today than ever.

I am reminded that our president said the US Constitution is no longer applicable to the country. It is my utter belief that the US Constitution is as viable today as ever. It is the very document that dictates the laws and values we live by.

Today I am willing to stand shoulder to shoulder with all to defend the country and our Constitution because it is a part of who I am.

It is important that we remind those currently serving that we have their "back"....
I am proud to add my name to the Oath Keepers....

Nancy Armstrong Garden Plain, KS Electronics Technician, First Class Petty Officer, Surface Warfare Specialist ET1 (SW) USN 1979-1992


Elsinore said...

Thank you for the moving testimonies.

Anonymous said...

Amen!! I stand with all our courageous service men and women in their fight to preserve our Country and Constitution!! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!!!

wethepeople said...

Thank you. And I thank all Service men and women for their sacrifice and love and devotion to our great country. In all this turmoil that has been going on, I feel better knowing you are out there.

Anonymous said...

I am a 37 yr veteran Law Enforcement Officer (retired Federal Officer and current Texas Peace Officer).

I have talked to numerous officers who believe as I do that our Constitution has been shredded. I took an oath to support to support an defend the Constitution, and with God's help will do it.

Count me in.

Oath Keepers said...

Hope you don't mind if I do blog post on this, annon. It'll go up in a week or so. And thank you Ms. Armstrong for stepping up.

-G.I. J