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It was called "one of the five best books on combat ever written." Now the screen version of "We Were Soldiers Once . .and Young" opens next week starring Mel Gibson. The book’s authors — Lieutenant General "Hal" Moore and journalist Joe Galloway — share their war stories with Kojo.
- Harold "Hal" Moore Co-author, "We Were Soldiers Once . . .and Young" (Pub: Harper Collins); Lieutenant General (ret.) US Army
- Joe Galloway Co-author, "We Were Soldiers Once . . .and Young" (Pub: Harper Collins); former UPI journalist
- Randall Wallace Director and screenwriter, "We Were Soldiers"
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