Monday, December 12, 2011

Remembering a Soldier's Soldier

Here's the start of the article by Lee Habeeb at the National Review:

Every American should know his name and his story. And, thanks to a great book by Stephen Ambrose — Band of Brothers — and an equally great HBO television series, many do. What millions of Americans don’t know is that Richard “Dick” Winters died on January 2 at the age of 92.

"Son, that is what you call a soldier’s soldier," my dad, an Air Force man, told me after the epic series ended. And you know how charitable Air Force men are about Army men.

Read the full story at National Review.com - Remembering a Soldier’s Soldier