Resilience is the capacity to persevere. In military terms, it's the ability to "drive on." In practical terms, it's the ability to have more resources at work FOR you on the inside than circumstances at work AGAINST you on the outside. That's where spirituality, and in particular, the timeless strength of religion comes in.
From its birth our national heritage as been firmly founded on religious freedom. In fact, the existance and support for freedom of religion is guaranteed in the First Amendment to our Constitution - and the presence of Chaplains in the ranks of the military since 1775 is a testimony to the central role faith, has, is, and will continue to play in helping Soldiers and their Families deal with the deepest needs of their lives and the challenges of military service.
"Up-Armor" yourself by going deep spiritually and taking advantage of all Fort Campbell has to offer to you through its religious support programs.
"The soldier's heart, the soldier's spirit, the soldier's soul are everything. Unless the soldier's soul sustains him, he cannot be relied upon and will fail himself, his commander, and his country in the end."
General of the Army, George Marshall