Chuck Rosenberg is a former U.S. attorney and senior Justice Department official. In his podcast called, 'The Oath,' he chronicles the stories of men and women who have taken an oath to protect and defend our Constitution and nation. Who are these - often anonymous - duty bound Americans that serve with honor and integrity? Why do they do it? What compelled an F-16 fighter pilot to accept a mission that meant possibly sacrificing her own life on 9/11? And why is an Army war veteran, who lost 4 limbs in combat, still willing to fight for and serve his country? In this podcast he shares insights from some of his most memorable shows and provides a window into why they do it. A distinguished and highly honorable public servant in his own right, Chuck talks about his various career appointments and what true leadership means. Including the principled stand he took that led to his departure from government service. From Robert Mueller to newly confirmed Attorney General Merrick Garland, to our Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden, Chuck humanizes the work of the federal government and celebrates the people who commit themselves to keeping the public trust.