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A SCARS|RSN™ By General Anthony A. “Tony” Cucolo III , Retired

The following is a Guest Editorial by General Anthony A. “Tony” Cucolo III, Retired – a retired United States Army General, leading Anti-Scam Victims Advocate, Internationally Recognized Speaker & Lecturer, Impersonation Scam Survivor, and SCARS Board Member. plays a leading role as an Advisor to the Society of Citizens Against Relationship Scams Inc.

Expect Your Moral Courage To Be Tested

Expect Your Moral Courage To Be Tested – Frequently!

Recognize that exercising such courage often comes with professional risk.

Do not be a coward, say what must be said when no one wants to hear it…

Do what must be done through others fear that outcome…

Act when all those around you are frozen spectators, safe in their grandstand seats…

Safe spectators are never questioned or criticized.

You know, an amazing thing happens when you stare professional risk in the face: The reasons why you serve come sharply into view – [if your] decisions [are] defaulting to [your]self, please get out of the U.S. Armed Forces – we do not want or need you!

There’s an old saying: If you always stand on the moral high ground, you will always be in the right place!

From there, you will be content and confident knowing you have been true to yourself and true to those who have trusted you with their lives.

Presented to THE GRADUATING CLASS OF THE US ARMY WAR COLLEGE

U.S. Army War College JUNE 6TH, 2014

General Anthony A. “Tony” Cucolo III, Retired
Texas U.S.A.

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