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SFUS ANALOGY

Self-actualization

The motive to realize one's full potential

[the tendency to actualize, as much as possible, individual capacities in the world by way of expressing one's creativity, quest for spiritual enlightenment, pursuit of knowledge, and the desire to give to society]

Our Analogy

 

In all ways -

 

We carry ourselves with the belief that at any given moment, we have the fundamental opportunity and responsibility to actualize all of our capacities, our whole potential, as it is present in exactly a particular moment in exactly a particular situation under all given circumstances.

 

We carry ourselves with the belief that, while the pursuit of self-actualization begins with us all individually - it by no means is meant to end with us individually; that our "fundamental opportunity and responsibility" is to share our capacities, our whole potentials - at all times - in all situations - under all given circumstances.

Leadership -

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SFUS MISSION

Patriotic Veterans Organization

MEDIUM EXTRAORDINAIRE 

 

MEDIUM is defined as something in a middle position - a middle condition or degree:

> go-between, intermediary

With regard to MEDIA, it is defined as a means of effecting or conveying something:

Regarded as the means of transmission of a force or effect

Our Mission 

 

OUR TEAM specializes in being in the middle - working as a go-between - between Communities everywhere and their SERVICEMEMBERS and VETERANS everywhere - between Communities and our Veteran Service Organizations - to effect CONNECTION. 

 

OUR TEAM specializes in a deep-seeded ideology of VETTING - VETTING OUR FREEDOM TODAY - IDENTIFYING THE TEAM BEHIND IT - Individually, Collectively, Perpetually.  

 

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SFUS VISION

Focus 

RED TEAM

 

A red team is an independent group that challenges an organization to improve its effectiveness. The United States intelligence community (military and civilian) has red teams that explore alternative futures and subsequently create detailed reports accordingly. 

 

The Red Team Concept needs to challenge the process of planning and making decisions by applying critical thinking from the tactical to strategic level. Senior leadership then needs to transition the Red Team Concept from paper into reality.

Our Vision

 

Challenge. Apply Critical Thinking. Improve Effectiveness. Transition. 

 

Our TEAM is working to improve our effectiveness as Americans in Connecting With OUR SERVICEMEMBERS and VETERANS, Their Families - OUR PAST TOGETHER, OUR PRESENT TOGETHER, OUR FUTURE TOGETHER.

 

PERPETUAL AWARENESS INITIATIVES.  

PERPETUAL ACTION INCENTIVES.  

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SFUS VALUES

American Values

Heritage refers to that inherited from the past. The word has several different senses, including: 

 

  • Natural heritage, an inheritance of fauna and flora, geology, landscape and landforms, and all other natural resources

  • Cultural heritage, the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society: man-made heritage 

  • Heredity, biological inheritance of physical characteristics

  • Birthright, something inherited due to the place, time, or circumstances of someone's birth

  • Kinship, the relationship between entities that share a genealogical origin

Our Values 

 

In all ways - We strive to appreciate, focus on, build upon, and respect all aspects of our heritage - our past. 

 

With that ongoing quest of awareness and all that it entails, we believe we're in the best possible position to work in the present, to plan for work in the future.  

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“Patriotism is not short, frenzied outbursts of emotion, but the tranquil and steady dedication of a lifetime.”

― Adlai E. Stevenson II.

stead·y

adj. stead·i·er

> regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, intensity unwavering, as in purpose; steadfast

 

dedication

> a devoting or setting aside for a particular purpose: complete and wholehearted devotion

 

 

Our Strategy

 

DEVELOP. DEVOTE.

In all ways - we strive to revive and foster a sense of National Pride, Patriotism, Hard Work - Sense Of Faith and Family - Faith not only in a Higher Power but Faith In Each Other As Americans - As American Family.

RESPECT

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George Washington
General Richard Montgomery
"The Major General Schuyler Cambridge January 17th, 1776

 

Dear Sir;

 

I received your favor of the 13th, inst' with its enclosures & am heartily sorry & most sincerely console with you upon the fall of the brave & worthy Montgomery & those gallant officers & men who have experienced a like fate. In the death of this gentleman America has sustained a heavy loss having approved himself a steady friend to her rights & of ability to render her the most essential service.

 

George Washington"

Our Namesake

 

STEADY FRIEND .US

DUTIFUL REGARD 

Our organization was created, named, in honor of Richard Montgomery who was Killed-In-Action on New Year's Eve 1775 in the Battle of Quebec - making the ultimate sacrifice for a country yet to be officially formed, for a flag that had yet to ever officially fly. His Remains would be returned to American soil some 42+ years later. In July 1818, His Remains arrived in New York City with 5,000 people attending the procession. His remains were interred on July 8, next to his monument - Our Country's First - at St. Paul's Chapel in Manhattan, which had been completed in 1776. His widow, Janet Livingston was said to be pleased with the ceremony and wrote, "What more could I wish than the high honor that has been conferred on the ashes of my poor soldier."

Our organization and its efforts Pay Tribute to Montgomery perpetually and promotes the Highest of Honor perpetually for Our Country's Heavy Loss since - The More Than 1,000,000+ U.S. SERVICEMEMBERS - STEADY FRIENDS - Who Have Paid Same In The Pursuit Of Freedom - Given Their Lives For us.

This includes our own family member - Pvt. Erman E. Lepley - Killed-In-Action September 26, 1918 - on the very first day of The Meuse–Argonne offensive - Battle of Argonne Forest, France.