[b] MGA PAP HERE IS SOMETHING I READ FROM A MILITARY BOOK. IT IS WRITTEN BY CHARLES DE GAULLE.
Men who adopt the profession of arms submit to their own free will to a law of perpetual constraint of their own accord. They resist their right to live where they choose, to say what they think, to dress as they like, it needs but an order to settle from their family and dislocate their normal lives. In the world of command they must rise, march, run, snd endure bad weather, go without sleep or food, be isolated in some distant post, work until they drop. If they drop in their tracks, if hteir ashes are scattered to the four winds, that is all part and parcel of their job.