Sunday, December 16, 2012

The Chosin Few.

If there is one thing that touches be deep to my core, it is when young men, especially American men show uncommon bravery, and do feats that truly stagger the imagination.  The Battle of Chosin is one of those battles that will go down in history as one of the most extreme, and heroic tales in America's history.  That no one knows about it is a tragedy, and I would be remiss if I didn't try to get you to help get the recognition out there.

This is one of the most worthy efforts I have thus far seen to bring recognition to the men who fought this horrendously bad battle.  From that all but forgotten decimation of RCT 31, to the 41st Commando, Royal Marines, there is not enough that can be said of the heroism of the men who fought there.  There are thousands of America's sons, husbands, brothers, and fathers still missing somewhere north of the 38th.  I ask only that you remember them. 

PFC Max Leon Bailey, CO M 31st Infantry.  Missing presumed dead 30 November 1950.  He was 19, and had only been in the army 7 months.

1 comment:

Scott Simpson said...

Do you know what website we can go donate at??