We Were Soldiers Once And Young by Joseph L. Galloway
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...Battalion, 7th Cavalry, the 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry, and the 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry of the United States Army. The Vietnamese forces integrated the 33rd, 66th, and 320th Regiments of the People's Army of Vietnam, also the National Liberation Front (NFL) of the H15 Battalion. In this war, no one fully spoke of who won or lost for in this bloody battle "there are no winners, only survivors". (Moore)
The US army had 234 deaths, 242 wounded, and in November 17, they experienced the deadliest ambush noted in the entire Vietnam War with 155 casualties and 126 wounded soldiers. Although this is said to be the most number of casualties for the US troops but the battalion was headed... We Were...