The title, "On Which We Serve," is an anthology of values and virtues as derived from the activities taking place on the flight deck of a WWII fleet aircraft carrier as experienced by the author. This book consists of 355 full-page National Archive photographs, each of which has a half-page caption that seamlessly segues into a half-page discussion of life-lessons learned on that flight deck based on First Principles. These topics are such as responsibility, accountability, respect for others and self, earned self-esteem, empathy, trustworthiness, (those who have such will "never" do anything antisocial) and similar values and virtues. The title also embraces the Navy motto: Honor(to see one's duty), Commitment (to do one's duty) and Courage (to fulfill one's duty). This book is truly unique in that it is one of a kind for all time (first person) as well as being timeless.