August 1950

Airborne Mule Train

Volume 33, Issue 8


Packets will fan out from The Point to assist in close air support

IN THE routine of war, the speedy arrival of troops saves dog-tags. History records the importance which generals from Hannibal to Eisenhower placed on the element of speed. General Nathan Bedford Forrest, famed Confederate cavalry leader, reduced the idea to it's simplest form: "I always make it a rule to get there first with the most."

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