Master Sgt. Gary Gordon and Sgt. 1st Class Randy Shughart, who gave their lives to save their fellow soldiers during the fierce Battle of Mogadishu, are the focus of the latest graphic novel in the Association of the U.S. Army’s series on recipients of the nation’s highest award for valor.
Special Operations’ Rocky Evolution
Capt. Tom Custer, the first soldier in U.S. history to earn two Medals of Honor, is the subject of the latest graphic novel in the Association of the U.S. Army’s series on recipients of the nation’s highest award for valor.
Recognizing Black Troops Who Fought Admirably on the Front Lines of WWII
Soldiers in today’s Army can learn much from Gen. George Patton’s leadership style and actions during World War II, author Stephen Moore said June 1 during an Association of the U.S. Army Noon Report webinar.
Patton fought in nearly every major American 20th century conflict and earned a reputation as “one of America’s greatest battlefield commanders,” according to the National World War II Museum website.
Occupation Duty Requires Discipline
Gen. George Patton’s actions during a pivotal World War II battle against Germany’s most feared general will be the focus of an upcoming webinar hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army.
The online event, part of AUSA’s Noon Report series, is scheduled for noon Eastern June 1. It will feature Stephen Moore, author of Patton’s Payback: The Battle of El Guettar and General Patton’s Rise to Glory.
Retired Col. Ralph Puckett, a legendary and revered Army Ranger who fought in Korea and Vietnam, is the subject of the latest graphic novel in the Association of the U.S. Army’s series on recipients of the Medal of Honor.
Medal of Honor: Ralph Puckett tells of Puckett’s actions as commander of the 8th Army Ranger Company during the Korean War, when he led his new unit to capture a frozen hilltop near the Chinese border and battled multiple counterattacks by a much larger enemy force.
Former Ranger Pens His Combat Story