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Old 12 Sep 17, 22:56
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Lt Gen Richard Knowles on LZ X-Ray Battle

Lt. Gen. Richard Knowles wrote-up his narrative of the LZ X-Ray Battle in May 1983 at the request of Lt. General Hal Moore who was seeking help in writing his upcoming book, We Were Soldiers Once … And Young co-authored by Joseph Galloway. Moore’s book was published in 1992. Knowles sent his narrative to Moore with a cover letter dated 20 June 1983.
Knowles’s narrative remained unknown to the general public until August 2017, at which date it was released and made available for research at the Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas University, in Richard T. Knowles Collection (2718)

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