War: Death on the Han

Major General Bryant Edward Moore was a soldier by profession but a sailor by avocation. A down-Easter by birth (Ellsworth, Me.), he spent as much time as he could aboard his big sailing yacht or his Star Class racer.

He came out of West Point in 1917 with Army Chief of Staff Lawton Collins and Lieut. General Matthew Ridgway. Between the World Wars he served in China, Hawaii and the U.S. The Army installed him as professor of military science at C.C.N.Y. Subsequently he held the same post at the University of Illinois.

He led the 164th Infantry at Guadalcanal, won the Silver...

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