(above) KIA 9/11 WTC Tower 2
Credited with saving
thousands of lives
Recently (January 2014), there
was a chain of emails claiming Hal Moore
was terminally ill. That is not the
case. He is 92 and, given his mother
lived to be 100, he should be with us
for many years.
The Commander at
Hal Moore: A Soldier Once...and Always
"...outstanding biography... Moore, one
of America's most distinguished Soldiers,
granted Guardia numerous interviews and
allowed the author unrestricted access to
his collected letters, documents, and never
before published photographs to produce
this first ever fully illustrated biography."
- Armchair General Magazine
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In November 1965, 450 U.S. soldiers were dropped
into a small clearing in the Ia Drang Valley. They
were surrounded by 2,000 North Vietnamese soldiers.
Read the actual
After Action Report
Three days later, a sister battalion engaged in
a vicious fire-fight only two and half miles away.
Together, these actions at landing zones
and Albany constituted one of the most savage and
significant battles of the Vietnam War.
Xray Medals of Honor
Ed Freeman ("Too
Joe Marm -
Buy the We Were Soldiers book,
audio tape, DVD, or screenplay
We Are Soldiers Still
Read an excerpt
"It would be a monumental task for Moore and
Galloway to top their classic 1992 memoir, "We Were
Soldiers Once... and Young." But they come close
in this sterling sequel..."
Order the book on Amazon
the Audio CD on Amazon