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» TAPS from Mudville Gazette
Via email:Washington, D.C., May 5, 2005 – Col. David H. Hackworth, the United States Army's legendary, highly decorated guerrilla fighter and lifelong champion of the doughboy and dogface, ground-pounder and grunt, died Wednesday in Mexico. He was 74 y... [Read More]

» Col. David Hackworth 1930-2005 from The One Soldier's Story Project Blog
Col. David Hackworth, author of many non-fiction books about his time in the Army and his impressions of the Army of today, died of cancer today at 74. He is someone whose books potential contributors to The One Soldier's Story Project should read, no... [Read More]

» David Hackworth, Vietnam vet and military analyst, dies at 74 from Cadillac Tight
"Hack" Hackworth has passed. HARTFORD, Conn. -- Retired Army Col. David Hackworth, a decorated Vietnam veteran who spoke out against the war and later became a journalist and an advocate for military reform, died Wednesday in Mexico, where he was re... [Read More]

» COL David Hackworth (1930-2005) from Jeff Quinton - Backcountry Conservative
I was surfing around Memeorandum (more here) when I noticed a PRnewswire link discussing the death of Colonel David Hackworth. A guestbook is linked for condolences on the announcement on Hackworth.com. Phil Carter and The Poorman have more. I had... [Read More]

» David Hackworth-May God give you peace and rest. from Far East Cynic
Throughout his life David Hackworth was a controversial figure. I have a link to his Soldiers for Truth web site on this blog. For the most part, I enjoyed reading about the issues he raised, even if he did not agree with all of his opinions. What I ... [Read More]

» COL David Hackworth (1930-2005) from Jeff Quinton - Backcountry Conservative
I was surfing around Memeorandum (more here) when I noticed a PRnewswire link discussing the death of Colonel David Hackworth. A guestbook is linked for condolences on the announcement on Hackworth.com. Phil Carter and The Poorman have more. I had... [Read More]

» David Hackworth-May God give you peace and rest. from Far East Cynic
Throughout his life David Hackworth was a controversial figure. I have a link to his Soldiers for Truth web site on this blog. For the most part, I enjoyed reading about the issues he raised, even if he did not agree with all of his opinions. What I ... [Read More]

» COL David Hackworth (1930-2005) from Jeff Quinton - Backcountry Conservative
I was surfing around Memeorandum (more here) when I noticed a PRnewswire link discussing the death of Colonel David Hackworth. A guestbook is linked for condolences on the announcement on Hackworth.com. Phil Carter and The Poorman have more. I had... [Read More]

» one of my old time heros has died from a geezer's corner
David Hackworth, soldier, author, journalist, and lately an embarrassment, has died. he seemed so vital that it's hard to believe he was so sick. i have been a hack fan for many years, reading everything in print by the guy i could get my hands on. [Read More]

» Blackfive Roundup from Chapomatic
Blackfive has all sorts of news today. The Old Warrior, David Hackworth, has died. We've lost a ferocious fighter. Brigadier Janice Karpinski, who said some things in the whirlwind of the post-Abu Ghraib mess that I won't discuss here, has los... [Read More]

» Col. David. H. Hackworth, 1930-2005 Legendary U.S. from ROFASix
Hack has moved on to Fiddler's Green. I am going to miss Hack. He and I shared a on and off email relationship over the last 10-15 years. I carried his Vietnam Primer with me to Vietnam. I think most Infantry lieutenants did. I wrote him about "About... [Read More]

» TAPS from Mudville Gazette
Via email:Washington, D.C., May 5, 2005 ? Col. David H. Hackworth, the United States Army's legendary, highly decorated guerrilla fighter and lifelong champion of the doughboy and dogface, ground-pounder and grunt, died Wednesday in Mexico. He was 74 y... [Read More]

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