Westmoreland dead at 91

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    Gen. Westmoreland, commander of US forces in Vietnam from '64-'68, died last night.

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    RIP

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    I just hope I can make it to the big 90...US Army Vietnam era vet...1964-1968
    1st,2nd,7th cav...rock on dude the enemy is still shaking in their boots! :firing: :cheers2: :usa:
     
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    Sad to hear. I saw him at West Point once. He seemed pretty cool.
     
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    God bless his family - this country is fortunate to have men like him..
     
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    Westmoreland was a pretty controversial figure. Never met him, but I am always saddened by the demise of a vet, particularly in today's society where there are fewer and fewer willing to fight to protect this country.
     

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