HAROLD "HAL" MOORE, THEN MAJOR
1st Cavalry Division United States Army Vietnam 1965-1966
"I KNEW WE WERE IN FOR A HELL OF A FIGHT. It would go right down to the wire. This enemy was well trained, well uniformed, aggressive, and they were not afraid to die. I was convinced it was going to be a long war…not winnable. The ENEMY WAS EVERYWHERE AND NOWHERE. I sensed that they were willing to sacrifice tens of thousands of their troopers, of their citizens to drive the round eyed western foreigner out of Vietnam. I sensed that.”
This broadside featuring the words of Vietnam War veteran Lt. General Harold Moore, U.S. Army (retired) was printed for the Pritzker Military Museum & Library's 2016 exhibit Hunting Charlie: Finding the Enemy in the Vietnam War. Set in Arial and designed by Kenneth Clarke and Kat Latham.