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CSPAN
Aug 13, 2014 8:00pm EDT
, army language with general george patton. cole was sort of patton's equal in terms of colorful army language. a colorful personality. cole had this manner of speaking gruffly but affectionately to his soldiers. he was a larger-than-life commander in terms of leading from the front. he was the kind of person who liked to give his soldiers a hard time, to give them a hard time and see how they would react. he was unanimous expirational commander in combat in terms of courage and professionalism. cole had one of the key moments of this push into the northern outskirts of kara tan. cole will loosely organize what is rare in american modern military historier and that's a bayonet charge. a bayonet charge against germans who control a farm building and surrounding hedge rows. and basically about 502nd troopers charging forward with their bayonets with open ground with cole leading the way. there's almost an absurdly hummous moment that happens during this incredible assault. cole doesn't see this drainage gully or drainage ditch and falls straight into it and splashed up to here with wate
CSPAN
Jul 26, 2014 4:55pm EDT
. we often associate -- what shall we put it -- army language with general george patton. he was sort of patent's equal in terms of colorful army language and a colorful personality. le had a manner of speaking gruffly but affectionately to his soldiers. he was a larger-than-life commander, the kind of person who likes to give his soldiers a hard time. to kind of tested them in that sense, to give them a hard time and see how they would react to his rather unique sense of humor, but he was also a rather inspirational commander in combat in terms of courage and professionalism. he had one of sorted the key moments of this push into the northern outskirts. he is going to loosely organize what is a rare and modern american military history, which is a bayonet charge against the group of germans who control a farm building and surrounding head rooms -- more on those in a basically 60 to with coleroopers leading the way with a pistol. there's an absurdly humorous moment that happens during this incredible assault. this drainagee gully or drainage ditch and just falls straight into it, and
CSPAN
Aug 14, 2014 6:33pm EDT
general george patten. cole was sort of patten's equal. and a colorful personality. he was a larger than life commander. he liked to give his soldiers a hard time. but he was also a rathered inspirational commander in combat. in terms of his courage and professionalism. it's a bayonet charge around 670-80502nd troopers charging forward with their bayonets with cole leading the way with a pistol. cole doesn't see this drainage gully. and he's splashed up to here with water. he's got all of these guys around him going past him or following him and he looks back and says don't follow me. which is sort of the antiinfantry credo. you know, at fort benning, it says follow me for an infantry officer. he says don't follow me into here. he doesn't want anybody falling into the ditch. he works his way out of there. others are working their way straight at the germans. there are literally instances when they will sort of bayonet the germans in their stomachs. believe it or not. and they kind of get their foot in the door. by overrunning this german position in one of the key spots north of the town
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2014 10:55pm EDT
a soldier's soldier. we often associate army language with general george patton. cole was sort of patton's equal in terms of colorful army language and a colorful personality. cole had this manner of speaking gruffly but afictifectionately his soldiers. he was a larger than life commander in terms of leading from the front. he was the kind of person who liked to give his soldiers a hard time you know, to kind of test them in that sense to give them a hard time and see how they would react to his rather unique sense of humor. he was a gather inspirational commander in combat in terms of courage and proif heifessionali. cole had one of the key moments. he is going to loosely organize what is rare in american -- modern military history and that's a bayonet charge against a group of germans who control a farm building and surrounding hedge rows. more on hedge rows in a moment. it's basically about 60 to 80, 502 troopers charging forward with their bayonets mostly over open ground with cole leading the way with a pistol. there's an absurdly humorous moment that happens during this incr
CSPAN
Aug 3, 2014 8:55am EDT
soldier's soldier. we often associate army language with general george patton. cole was sort of patton's equal in terms of colorful army language. and a colorful personality. cole had this manner of speaking gruffly but affectionately to his soldiers. he was kind of larger than life commander in terms of leading from the front. the kind of person who liked to give his soldiers a hard time. you know, to kind of test them in that sense to give them a hard time and see how they'd react to his rather unique sense of humor but he was also an inspirational commander in combat in terms of his kurn and professionalism. so cole had one of sort of the key moments of this push into the northern outskirts and is going to loosely organize what is rare in american -- modern american military history and that is a bayonet charge. a bayonet charge against a group of germans who control a farm building and surrounding hedgerows, more on that in a moment and is basically about 60 to 80 502 troopers charging forward with their bayonets over open ground with cole leading the way with a pistol. there is almo
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)