We Are Soldiers Still by Harold G. Moore
A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam

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Lt. Gen. Harold Moore and Joseph Galloway return to Vietnam's Ia Drang Valley more than four decades after the battle they recalled in their #1 New York Times bestseller We Were Soldiers Once . . . and Young. Renewing their relationships with ten American veterans of the fabled conflict—and with former adversaries—the authors explore how the war changed them all, as well as their two countries.

We Are Soldiers Still is an emotional journey back to hallowed ground, putting a human face on warfare as the authors reflect on war's devastating cost.


About Harold G. Moore

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Harold G. Moore was born in Kentucky and is a West Point graduate, a master parachutist, and an Army aviator. He commanded two infantry companies in the Korean War and was a battalion and brigade commander in Vietnam. He retired from the Army in 1977 with thirty-two years' service and then was executive vice president of a Colorado ski resort for four years before founding a computer software company. An avid outdoorsman, Moore and his wife, Julie, divide their time between homes in Auburn, Alabama, and Crested Butte, Colorado. Joseph L. Galloway is a native Texan. At seventeen he was a reporter on a daily newspaper, at nineteen a bureau chief for United Press International. He spent fifteen years as a foreign and war correspondent based in Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Singapore, and the Soviet Union. Now a senior writer with U.S. News & World Report, he covered the Gulf War and coauthored Triumph Without Victory: The Unreported History of the Persian Gulf War. Galloway lives with his wife, Theresa, and sons, Lee and Joshua, on a farm in northern Virginia.
Published October 6, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 276 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Moore and accompanied by UPI reporter Galloway, helicoptered into Vietnam's remote Ia Drang Valley and found itself surrounded by a numerically superior force of North Vietnamese regulars.

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Christian Science Monitor

Writing a first-person book about the last big war in the midst of today’s war can be tricky.

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Tampa Bay Times

Moore, former commander of the 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry at Ia Drang, and former UPI correspondent and Ia Drang veteran Joseph L.

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Among other things, Moore and Galloway (who covered the battle for UPI) offer portraits of two former enemy commanders, generals Nguyen Huu An and Chu Huy Man, whom the authors met—and bonded with—nearly three decades after the battle.

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"Old enemies and new friends" is the theme binding We Are Soldiers Still, as old soldier Moore and veteran journalist Galloway march together down Memory Lane.

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McClatchy Newspapers

SINJAR, Iraq—If an army travels on its stomach, as was famously said, then the American military force fighting in Iraq could circumnavigate the globe by dinnertime, and probably should to burn some of the calories it consumes in dining facilities your daddy would not recognize.

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