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Good-Bye LTG Harold “Hal” Moore

February 21, 2017

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  LTG Harold “Hal” Moore was born on February 13, 1922 in Bardstown, Kentucky. He died on February 10, 2017. Of all of the awrds and decorations he received and that included the Distinguished Service Cross, the CIB with two stars and Master Parachutist Badge and others, he was Most proud of his appointment to […]

Let Freedom Ring – A Lesson the American Youth needs to learn

May 7, 2013

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Today May 4th, 2013 I watched a show on “The Pentagon Channel”. I had seen parts of it before and I only caught the majority of it this time. The show was called “The Lesson is Priceless”. It is a story about several WWII soldiers who served in Europe from “D-Day” until the end. Although […]

1LT James Ungaro and his Charlie Troop Family

February 18, 2013

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On Friday February 15, 2013 I received a comment on one of the Post (Mission Number 6) on my Blog. The comment came from Laura. She was wanting to hear more about James Ungaro and to see if anyone had more pictures of him. James was a Scout Pilot in Charlie Troop 1/9 Cavalry. He […]

Charlie Troop 1/9th Cavalry Bruce Huffman: “They’re all dead”

May 11, 2010

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  The following is a true story about the deaths of John Clayton Wallace, John Wayne States and Douglas Eugene Gossage. It is written by J. Bruce Huffman. Bruce was a pilot of a Light Observation Helicopter (LOH). His aircraft tail number was 67-16079. His crew consisted of SSG John States and SP/4 Douglas Gossage. […]

Heroes

April 19, 2010

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Most medics received 8 weeks of training before being sent to Vietnam. Most doctors and nurses who served in Vietnam were under 30 years old.