He wanted to join the Marines, but he was too short. The paratroopers wouldn’t…

He Was Just 16 But He Became the Most Decorated WWII Soldier

~FACT..THE OLD ONES HAVE LEARNED TO SURVIVE..GOOD BLESS THE ONES THAT EVEN EDUCATION DIDN'T HELP AND WERE TAKEN FROM THEIR FAMILIES~

The irresponsible youth rap all the filth in the world. The old man silence them with a double tap.

Vietnam War Heroes | Vietnam War Hero, Norman Schwarzkopf

Vietnam War Hero and Life-Long Warrior, General Norman Schwarzkopf

Silencer to a M-16, Rangers in Quang Tri Province - Vietnam War.  #VietnamMemories

Rangers in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam with a with silencer.

U.S. Army combat equipment, the Vietnam War M1967 combat equipment

Army combat equipment, the Vietnam War Load Carrying Equipment (Modernized).

Command Sergeant Major Basil Plumley, 50+ year combat veteran of WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. He fought only with a Colt 1911 because he believed the M16 had too much plastic and not enough wood and steel. Among his many accomplishments, he led a bayonet charge against enemy forces outnumbering his unit 5 to 1 in the Ia Drang Valley, killing over twenty-five communist soldiers.

Army Command Sergeant Major Basil Plumley, year combat veteran of WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. He fought only with a Colt 1911 because he believed the had too much plastic and not enough.

Hal Moore and Cmd Srgt Major Plumley, Ia Drang

LTC Hal Moore (Commander Battalion Cavalry) and Sgt. Major Basil Plumley, (Sergeant Major of the US Army's Battalion, Cavalry Regimen. -served WWII, Korea and Vietnam) on the day they returned from the Ia Drang battle, - Vietnam War


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Hal Moore and Cmd Srgt Major Plumley, Ia Drang

LTC Hal Moore (Commander Battalion Cavalry) and Sgt. Major Basil Plumley, (Sergeant Major of the US Army's Battalion, Cavalry Regimen. -served WWII, Korea and Vietnam) on the day they returned from the Ia Drang battle, - Vietnam War

Lt General Hal Moore, who was Lieutenant Colonel in command of the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang best known publically for the movie "We were Soldiers"  As he is the REAL Deal portrayed by Mel Gibson

Lt General Hal Moore, who was Lieutenant Colonel in command of the Battalion, Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang best known publically for the movie "We were Soldiers" As he is the REAL Deal portrayed by Mel Gibson

U.S. helicopters drop-off reinforcements in the Mekong Delta. Saigon, South Vietnam, August 1967. (AP Photo)

It's a Jungle out There / U. helicopters drop off reinforcements in the Mekong Delta Saigon, South Vietnam, August 1967

Just one of many famous quotes by Patton

General Patton--A man that my late grandfather, George Wallace Shook, held in highest regard & served under in the army, division, in Germany & France until the war was won.(Pass it on) God bless. LOVE THAT PATTON QUOTE

CSM Basil Plumley with LTG Hal Moore- We Were Soldiers Once and Young

Hero is a much bandied around title, Rock stars and actors etc. These two are true heroes. CSM Basil Plumley with LTG Hal Moore- We Were Soldiers Once and Young

WOW..read about this hero..they don't come any tougher!  Honoring Robert Lewis Howard who was a highly decorated United States Army soldier and Medal of Honor recipient of the Vietnam War. He was wounded 14 times over 54 months of combat, was awarded 8 Purple Hearts, 4 Bronze Stars, and was nominated for the Medal of Honor three separate times. He was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on February 22, 2010

Honoring Robert Lewis Howard Who Was A Highly Decorated United States Army Soldier & Medal of Honor recipient Of The Vietnam War. He Was Laid To Rest At Arlington National Cemetery On February

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