Today, we bid farewell to a great combat leader, patriot and hero. Lt. Gen. Hal Moore passed away today at the age of 94. His extensive military career brought him from West Point, the Korean War and Vietnam. Awarded the Distinguished Service Cross during the battle of Ia Drang in 1965 and his leadership skills on the battlefield earned him the respect from the men that followed him. Rest easy warrior and God speed. #stayzero #zerofoxtrot #hero #warriors #leader #patriot
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
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
Task Force Bayonet regrets to inform you that retired Lt. Harold "Hal" Moore, and former Infantry Division Commander, passed away on February 2017 at his home in Auburn, Alabama. Moore commanded the Infantry Division in Korea from May 1970 to March
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
Lt Hal Moore and CSM Basil Plumley lead members of the Battalion U. Cavalry (Airmobile), the unit portrayed in the film "We Were Soldiers" about the Battle of la Drang on 14 Dec the first battle between U. Forces against the North Vietnamese Army.