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Spirit of a Warrior with One Warrior's Creed

Spirit of a Warrior with One Warrior's Creed


Spirit of a Warrior with One Warrior's Creed
TacticalDrawing is proud to announce the joint effort with Col. Steven R. Watt (a.k.a. Randy Watt) to publish his epic poem “One Warrior’s Creed” on one of the best selling drawings “Spirit of a Warrior.” The writing goes perfectly with the drawing.

Col. Steven R. Watt is a decorated 34-year veteran of the U.S. Army and Army National Guard.  With multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, Col. Watt’s Combat awards include the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, the Bronze Star w/V for valor, three Bronze Stars, the Iraq Campaign Medal with three stars, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with one star, and the GWOT Expeditionary and Service Medals.  Col. Watt is a Master Parachutist and Military Free Fall Parachutist. 
Col. Watt is also a retired Assistant Chief of Police of the Ogden Police Department, Ogden, UT, with 32-years of service.  With extensive SWAT experience, Chief Watt is a two-time recipient of the Department’s Medal of Valor, as well as the recipient of numerous other medals and awards.  Chief Watt is an internationally recognized trainer and presenter on Counter-Terrorism and Military/Police Special Operations. 
Col. Watt is the author of the “One Warrior’s Creed” written as a result of combat service in Iraq in 2006-2007.

One Warrior’s Creed
If today is to be THE DAY, so be it.
If you seek to do battle with me this day you will receive the best that I am capable of giving.
It may not be enough, but it will be everything that I have to give and it will be impressive for I have constantly prepared myself for this day.
I have trained, drilled and rehearsed my actions so that I might have the best chance of defeating you.
I have kept myself in peak physical condition, schooled myself in the martial skills and have become proficient in the application of combat tactics.
You may defeat me, but you will pay a severe price and will be lucky to escape with your life.
You may kill me, but I am willing to die if necessary.
I do not fear Death, for I have been close enough to it on enough occasions that it no longer concerns me.
But I do fear the loss of my Honor and would rather die fighting than to have it said that I was without Courage.
So I WILL FIGHT YOU, no matter how insurmountable it may seem, and to the death if need be, in order that it may never be said of me that I was not a Warrior.
Steven R. Watt, All Rights Reserved.

:::: 12" wide x 18" high

The print you will receive does not have the copyright watermarks.

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