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Retired Army Lt. Gen. Harold "Hal" Moore Jr. Moore is best known as the lieutenant colonel in command of the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, at the Battle of Ia Drang, in 1965 during the Vietnam War. He is the author of "We Were Soldiers Once And Young," which was adapted into the 2002 film "We Were Soldiers"


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


Hero in our midst: Vietnam War veteran - Hal Moore -


LT. COL. HAL MOORE AFTER THE BATTLE OF LA DRANG Just before we left, we stood looking at each other … and the tears were coming down our cheeks. I told Joe, “I want you to go back to Saigon and tell the American people what great Soldiers these are. Tell them what a great job they did and what a great Army we have


After the battle at LZ X-Ray was over, LTC Hal Moore was given a two-week leave to write his after-action report. Since this battle was conducted under the control of ARVN II Corps Headquarters, a copy of this classified report had been submitted to Colonel Hieu, II Corps Chief of Staff, who orchestrated the entire Pleime-ChuPong-IaDrang campaign. And when it came to Colonel Hieu's turn to write his after action report of the entire campaign


LTC Hal Moore and Sgt. Major Basil Plumley, the day they returned from the Ia Drang battle, 1965. - Vietnam War


Left: Lt Col Hal Moore at the Battalion command post in LZ Xray on 15 Nov 65…

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

A Tribute To Hal Moore – We Were Soldiers (Watch)


HAL MOORE and STEMMING THE TIDE - Book Reviews by Mark Barnes -