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Major General James E. Livingston received the Congressional Medal of Hor for his role as an infantry company commander at Dai Do, Vietnam, during a three-day grinding battle of attrition in which the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, numbering only 800 men, victoriously battled 10,000 or more NVA. His remarkable life and career is recounted in a book that has it all: exciting first-person eyewitness account of historic battle; the history of the development of tactics and strategies used in today's war on terror; and a compelling story of leadership in action and individual courage in combat.
Professor Colin D. Heaton served in the U.S. Army and later in the Marine Corps under Livingston's command as a scout sniper. He teaches history at American Military University. Colin lives in Southport, North Carolina. Anne-Marie Lewis received her BA with honors and MA from American Military University in international relations and is also a professional photographer. Anne-Marie lives in Southport, North Carolina. Major General James E. Livingston retired from the United States Marine Corps following more than thirty years of active duty service. He and his wife, Sara, live in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Anne-Marie Lewis, Colin D. Heaton, James E. Livingston
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Biography: Historical, Political & Military
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black & white illustrations, black & white halftones, maps