We Were Soldiers
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The story of the first major battle of the American phase of the Vietnam War and the soldiers on both sides that fought it.
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Duration: 138mYear: 2002
MPAA Rating: Rated R
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Fathers, Brothers, Husbands & Sons.
One of the genuine officers who survived the fight was LT Rick Rescorla, who is the primary figure on the front of Gen. Moore’s book on which the motion picture was based. A life story of Mr. Rescorla’s exceptionally intriguing life was distributed in the mid 2000s called ‘Heart of Lion’. He passed on in the 9/11 assaults while utilized as head of security for Morgan Stanley, while ensuring all the organization’s representatives had become out of the WTC (they had).
The picture taker, Joseph Galloway, wedded the little girl of Captain Thomas C, Metsker, who surrendered his seat on a chopper to a fighter who was more injured. He was then therefore shot.
875,000 feet of film was shot – about 150 hours. It took the altering group 6 days – day and night – to watch it all.
Keni Thomas, who went about as both a military/specialized guide for and an additional in this film, battled in Mogadishu with the third Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment in 1993, the fight delineated in the film Black Hawk Down (2001).
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A French Army unit is on watch in pre-Vietnam IndoChina in July 1954 amid the First Indochina War. The skipper of the watch reviles the land when they don’t see anything. At that point, the unit is all of a sudden trapped by several Vietminh troopers who execute the officers and, in spite of the fact that the unit murders numerous Vietminh, it is in the end overwhelm. One Vietminh officer, Nguyen Huu A (Duong Don), guessing that on the off chance that they take no detainees the French will in the end quit sending troops, arranges the execution of all surviving French fighters.
After eleven years, Lieutenant Colonel Hal Moore (Mel Gibson), a devoted U.S. officer, is profoundly dedicated to preparing his troops, who are planning to be sent to Vietnam. The night prior to their takeoff, the unit’s officers hold a gathering to celebrate. Moore gains from a predominant officer that his unit will be known as the first Battalion/seventh rangers regiment. He is disturbed in light of the fact that the seventh Cavalry regiment was the unit directed by General George Custer in the nineteenth Century when he and his men were butchered at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. Moore is additionally overwhelmed on the grounds that President Lyndon B. Johnson has announced that the war would be battled “at little to no cost,” without proclaiming it a national crisis. Thus, Moore trusts he will be denied of his most seasoned, best-prepared officers (a formal assertion of war would have implied activation and expansion of the tours of duty for volunteer fighters) – around 25% of his contingent – only before transportation out for Vietnam. Before leaving for Vietnam, Moore conveys a touching discourse to his unit:
“Check out you, in the seventh Cavalry,we got a Captain from the Ukraine, another from Puerto Rico, we got Japanese, Chinese, Blacks, Hispanics, Cherokee Indian, Jews and Gentiles, all American. Presently here in the States a few men in this unit may encounter segregation due to race or doctrine, however for you and me now, all that is no more. We’re moving into the valley of the shadow of death, where you will watch the back of the man alongside you, as he will watch yours, and you won’t mind what shading he is or by what name he calls God. Give us a chance to comprehend the circumstance we’re goin’ into fight against an intense and decided adversary. I can’t guarantee you that I will present to all of you home alive, yet this I swear: When we go into fight, I will be the first to set foot on the field, and I will be the last to venture off. What’s more, I will desert nobody. Dead, or alive, we as a whole return home together. With God as my witness.”
Subsequent to touching base in Vietnam in November 1965, he discovers that an American base has been assaulted, and is requested to take his 395 men after the foe and dispense with them, notwithstanding the way that knowledge has no clue about the quantity of foe troops. He drives a recently made air mounted force unit into the Ia Drang Valley against more than 4,000 very much prepared foe troopers.
A passionate toll is reclaimed home, where Moore’s significant other Julie (Madeleine Stowe) and another officer’s better half assume control over the occupation of conveying messages that educate families (basically spouses like themselves) living at Fort Benning, Georgia, the unit’s base of operation, of fighters’ passings.
In the wake of arriving in the “Valley of Death”, the fighters catch a Vietnamese post who advises them that the area they were sent to is really the central station of a whole North Vietnamese division. Another American squad is disengaged at some separation from the brigade’s fundamental position, after second Lt. Henry Herrick (Marc Blucas) saw a scout, and impulsively pursued him, requesting his hesitant officers to take after. The scout drives them into a snare, bringing about most of the unit individuals’ passings, including Herrick’s. Sgt. Savage (Ryan Hurst) expect summon of the squad, and by bringing in ordnance and utilizing the front of obscurity, holds off the North Vietnamese from their position. The story switches between the Vietnamese and American perspectives a few times. Regardless of being caught close to the arrival zone, and urgently dwarfed, the principle constrain figures out how to hold off the foe North Vietnamese with big guns, close air bolster, and notwithstanding calling a final resort ‘Broken Arrow’ airstrike at their most edgy point, slaughtering some of their own fighters however disposing of a large portion of the Vietnamese hostile compel.
The American troopers regroup, secure the territory and energize the mountain where the Vietnamese division home office is found. The Vietnamese have set up substantial firearm emplacements close to the shrouded passageway of the underground base camp talked about by the scout. Hal and his men charge comfortable, into an apparently looming slaughter, yet before the Vietnamese can discharge, Major Bruce “Snakeshit” Crandall (Greg Kinnear) flies in with his helicopter and murders the Vietnamese watchmen with his side mounted automatic weapons. In the interim, the Vietnamese officer is cautioned that the Americans have gotten through the lines, and the home office has no troops amongst them and the Americans. He arranges the central command emptied. The stranded company drove by Savage are safeguarded. Moore, having finished his target, comes back to the L.Z. to be grabbed, and, after the greater part of his men, in any condition, are expelled from the war zone, ventures on to a helicopter and flies out of the valley. Solid visual accentuation is put on Moore’s being the last American to set foot off the field of fight. Toward the end of the film it is uncovered that Hal Moore returned home securely following 235 more days of battling.
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Was We Were Soldiers based on a book?
Is We Were Soldiers based on a historical event?
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Does We Were Soldiers have a sequel?
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