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LTC Hal Moore commander 1st Battalion 7th Cavalry .. Onfield Radio during the fight for LZ X-Ray in the La Drang Valley Vietnam (Courtesy Opsgear.com)

LTC Hal Moore commander 1st Battalion 7th Cavalry .. Onfield Radio during the fight for LZ X-Ray in the La Drang Valley Vietnam (Courtesy Opsgear.com)

Joe Galloway: Vietnam, In 1998, Galloway was recognized with the Bronze Star with Valor when during the November 1965 Battle of Ia Drang, the first major conflict fought by U.S. troops during the Vietnam war, he repeatedly disregarded his own safety to rescue wounded soldiers under fire.[8] Galloway as well as commanding officer Lt Col Moore are featured in the movie “We Were Soldiers”

Joe Galloway: Vietnam, In 1998, Galloway was recognized with the Bronze Star with Valor when during the November 1965 Battle of Ia Drang, the first major conflict fought by U.S. troops during the Vietnam war, he repeatedly disregarded his own safety to rescue wounded soldiers under fire.[8] Galloway as well as commanding officer Lt Col Moore are featured in the movie “We Were Soldiers”

Vietnam soldier - countdown

Vietnam soldier - countdown

Tunnel rats!!!!..... #VietnamWarMemories

Tunnel rats!!!!..... #VietnamWarMemories

Horst Faas

Addio a Horst Faas, il fotografo della guerra in Vietnam - Repubblica.it

Horst Faas

Vietnam War

Vietnam War

A soldier of the U.S. 7th Marines carries a rescued puppy in his pocket. SW of Da Nang, Vietnam 1968

A soldier of the U.S. 7th Marines carries a rescued puppy in his pocket. SW of Da Nang, Vietnam 1968

John Wayne with John Bradley (one of the guys who raised the flag at Iwo Jima) during the filming of The Sands of Iwo Jima.

John Wayne with John Bradley (one of the guys who raised the flag at Iwo Jima) during the filming of The Sands of Iwo Jima.

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Hooah:  Slang used by U.S. Army personnel      1) means or refers to anything and everything except "NO"      2) Used by soldiers when answering a question or letting know you heard the speaker      In this case it means, "Sucks to be you...I HAVE YOUR RPG!!!"

Hooah: Slang used by U.S. Army personnel 1) means or refers to anything and everything except "NO" 2) Used by soldiers when answering a question or letting know you heard the speaker In this case it means, "Sucks to be you...I HAVE YOUR RPG!!!"

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