Upon personal review,
'WE ARE SOLDIERS STILL: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam'..
...wonderously concludes with a most heartfelt bonding of the life stories of two selfless Battle of IA DRANG-1965 heroes:
9/11 Lifesaver RICK RESCORLA
and our 7th Cavalry's eternal endearment, and the Love of HAL's Life, Mrs. JULIE MOORE.
At the corner of Georgia's Custer Road and Ft. Benning Blvd is the Ft. Benning Post Cemetary where JULIE now lies and her husband HAL will also one day lie. Most fittingly.
I was blessed to attend JULIE's burial in support of her loving family on their day of maximum grief 4 years ago. A true blessing indeed.
I was also blessed 2 years ago to attend 9/11 Widow/Mrs. SUSAN RESCORLA's loving unveiling of her husband RICK RESCORLA's Battle of IA DRANG-1965 'Follow Me' bronze Statue in front of the nearby Ft. Benning National Infantry Museum.
A 'Follow Me' Statue righteously honoring a lifesaver of 1,000's at the World Trade Center, just before Tower II came crashing down on him as he was trying to save even more lives on September 11, 2001.
(See: 'Follow Me' Statue Unveiling Photos)
Just as is lovingly shared in this new 'WE ARE SOLDIERS STILL' book sequel, by the MOORE-GALLOWAY Team, to their outstanding 'WE WERE SOLDIERS ONCE and YOUNG' Bestseller...
...this bond will become real for all to see in March 2009.
This when the New National Infantry Museum opens to the public,
...where 9/11 Lifesaver RICK RESCORLA's 'Follow Me' Statue will stand in its final resting place in a new Walk of Honor,
...directly across the street from the Ft. Benning Post Cemetary and HAL and JULIE MOORE's final resting place.
This is a LOVE Story for the Ages..!!
As are all those LOVE Stories of all who so selfless sacrifice all for the Freedom of others, and their loved ones who wait for them to come home or not,
...while putting a broad smile on GOD's Face in the process.
...the one thing The LOVE Itself needs more of in this world is...
And that only comes when people are
And are willing to fight for it.
Signed:.."ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer
-HHC, 1/7th Cavalry 1965-66
-A most blessed lifetime Witness to the heroism of many