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Tonight and war stories investigates.
George S Patton could motivate the troops -- -- that could offer.
We'll but he was a lightning rod for controversy.
My grandfather brought problems Eisenhower he was paralyzed in -- car crash.
My grandmother shuttle flight that was it an accident.
Or murder and said I was passed -- and killed that.
That's next on war stories investigate.
Welcome to this edition of war stories investigates -- -- the patent museum.
Cavalry and -- -- at Fort Knox Kentucky surround them by what they've George Smith who made us.
And armored vehicles.
George Patten started out as a cavalry.
Ironically it was the first light motorized warfare in the US army -- making the horse obsolete.
That was always colorful outspoken.
In his life is full of controversy rumors and -- Hitler's generals -- Eisenhower tried to control the press had a field day with -- huge -- -- produced.
9 December 1945.
Capitalism -- to go -- -- a cold warrior Mannheim Germany.
His Cadillac staff car collided with -- US army truck.
The four star general was -- only one -- Old days later America's greatest -- expert was dead.
Wasn't simply an accident as an army.
Or was that song believe.
And a fascination.
Tonight more stories investigates the remarkable life.
And mysterious death of general George -- -- They may 1945.
Feet each day.
General George S Patton junior delivers a -- and address praising his beloved third army.
-- -- With the American GI's were looking forward to coming home.
For another fight or who won't -- What and he rented the idea of these curatorial -- -- he believes and that's certainly a great army.
-- -- George S Patton junior was born 11 November 1985.
On an 18100 acre ranch in San Gabriel California.
Lake vineyard has been known by his maternal grandfather Benjamin Davis Wilson the first mayor of Los Angeles.
The future generals Paris affectionately called their son Georgie.
-- he was red.
By his -- and father.
Anything that they thought went down spark.
The fire Robert -- is the generals grandson and wrote about his family and the patents.
As early as six or seven years old.
He announced that he was going to become part of military and the great military leader and -- -- -- -- like -- These -- his role models media -- beloved play play soldier.
It would -- generally acclaimed story and -- just a pending patent a genius for war.
They made up.
Almost sort of the first little tank.
When he was -- -- made out of apparel and some other things as they they went flying down a hill.
These were some of Georgia's childhood playthings.
A wooden sword.
And a trustee slingshot the Finley has a history in the military.
His great uncle -- Built Gettysburg his grandfather was also -- very poor and those stories of bravery and -- certainly felt down the -- 1904.
After a year at the Virginia military institute and some lobbying by his father a high powered attorney.
Nineteen year old George Patton enrolled at West Point.
-- soldiering -- -- for the young cadet he struggled mightily with academics.
Unknown at the time -- suffered from what we know all dyslexia.
I think he had to work.
A little harder to be on the same level.
Patents grandson James heard stories about those difficult times and he and his mother Ruth Ellen wrote about them in the -- box.
Did you ever see any manifestation of dyslexia.
Misspelled words no punctuation.
Run on sentences -- -- -- are not easy to read.
In this letter to his father he wrote quote.
I am doing -- unless I do much better -- -- much feared that he stopped at the bottom.
Despite his handicaps.
Many of his peers -- -- is boastful and arrogant.
One person Patton looked to for encouragement was of a vicious Bostonians.
They met on Catalina Island through family ties.
Granddaughter Helen patent plastic grew up hearing stories of their courtship.
-- tell me about your grandparents.
They weren't deeply deeply enough and got to know one another while working on play on dean and if both for waters.
And by the end of the rehearsals in the final performance it was pretty much sealed in stone.
His future father in law was accurate and self made man he thought happened should go in the business.
And Beatrice went on a hunger right so eventually gave him.
And he welcomed -- -- the apparently had -- repeat his plebe year at west.
It in 190 night after five difficult years he graduated 46 from the class of -- hundred -- The newly commissioned second lieutenant to an inactive army that was only 85000.
Strong it's -- wanted to beat calorie.
It got to quit -- -- up on a remote post.
Virtually fort Sheridan Illinois.
-- personal business I'm 26 may 1910.
George and Beatrice -- and an extravagant Boston ceremony.
A year later their first daughter Beatrice -- patent.
When they called little big.
Was born and in 1915.
They welcomed their second child root -- and.
9 march 1916.
Mexican bandit Pennsylvania -- -- -- 85 of his followers crossed the border.
Mexico -- it and Americans.
President Woodrow Wilson looked at general John blackjack pershing -- hunt him down.
I have heard about.
For what part of he thanks person taken to doesn't want to miss out combat Frank Jordan is the director of the patent museum of cavalry and armor.
The number one thing that people come to this museum to see it is.
That famous COLT revolver when it got in your hand -- that is the most famous handgun in the world he could have worn a white hat he wouldn't.
Turns out he actually uses it we've -- -- win that one of content is principal officers was.
Was hiding out in the area he -- these -- during cars and his men and searches.
-- -- in this -- it was the first mechanized cavalry attack they have this.
-- -- hard right out of and the next thing you know voters.
Is that most of -- history.
The bloodletting of the great war was already in its third year when Americans joined the fight.
And George Patton rose to the occasion.
-- -- -- Patent I want you.
Form braves make -- who have not yet.
Had nothing happened by himself.
Knew nothing about tanks.
Went out for -- -- Saturn device uniformed devise tactics and by the summer of 1918.
They had about 101000.
People who don't know how to drive a tank.
Army historian Kevin who analysts studied -- crucial role in World War I is there -- exciting.
-- In what people see -- yeah.
Right off the bat when -- You really happen with these soldiers really into shape and -- models itself after John papers.
And he leads them to develop.
The first ever American -- of World War I just days later and 26 September 1918 patently -- tanks again on French soil.
The news argon offensive.
It's wounded everyone -- in a trench.
And he kind of looked up and -- facility.
Looking down on it's time for another patent to die and get his life for his country.
Follow me and let out of the end of the trench and he immediately got shot through lower abdomen and he would know -- -- to -- evacuated until the rules and in the aftermath.
His -- refers her yeah yep distinguished service cross.
Eisenhower knew that no one was more prepared to -- American troops and come back in the 56 year old general -- -- When war stories returns we'll show you never before seen photos snapped.
By pat yourself.
11 November 1918 the -- -- end goal.
Yours is finally -- It was also George -- 33 birthday.
Despite a happy marriage and family he wasn't celebrating.
What were suddenly hands and patent.
This loss and go through a period of depression.
By the -- spring to World War I hero was posted to fort mead Maryland.
There he -- a thirty year old major by the name of Dwight.
They became very very close -- -- would do anything to get the army to buy tanks including using his wife Beatrice is a passenger.
Seen here in these rare -- movies.
-- Hit tank showed that sample -- How a woman could do.
As America edit the roaring twenties the -- living high but the army suffered drastic cutbacks the defense budget for patton's tanks.
Just 500 dollars.
In the aftermath of World War I.
The tank battalions.
Of which he's been part are no more to spend -- right.
The real heartbreak for him close community you have to leave tanks and go back to the -- Christmas -- 1920s through the patents were stationed at Fort Leavenworth Kansas they received -- yuletide blessing.
George S Patton the -- was born.
I think my problem might have been an accident of course his backpack that eventually employ.
For the next decade the patents -- from post to post would know war and say be occupied his time with other pursuits.
Patent was more than just hold -- youth Olympic death.
Participated in 1912.
Modern Pentathlon he was the army's first master of the sort he's an accomplished -- And thank you brought a number of companies -- first -- more horses -- his men officer.
That was tomorrow.
-- may 1935.
With -- fiftieth birthday fast approaching.
Nearly sixteen years and she'd seen combat he yearned for a challenge.
Assigned to a second tour in Hawaii George and Beatrice embarked -- a 2000 plus mile journey.
Sailing from San Diego to Honolulu as seen in these -- home movies.
But time goes to why he's the captain of the polo team you may have fallen time and.
Concussions and about a week later returned to his life.
When I don't know -- in the last week.
And after that he would begin to have the mood swings my grandfather suffered from depression.
Any time he wasn't completely taken in and taken up with something -- She kept him condensed queen's seeing needed to take her own time -- -- -- plural and I think those times we can't hit the -- Well they were in Hawaii Beatrice suspected that her husband began an -- whether -- -- at least 41 year old -- Gordon.
So was devastating to my grandmother.
Offered my grandmother looks beautiful.
And I think that this spoke.
As an army intelligence officer George Patton was extremely concerned about Japan's rampaged through China.
Yes you have a plan what if your attack I can't even believe in prison to make.
-- -- safe and then became very unpopular great guy and war don't like Greenpeace.
But -- 7 December 1941.
-- was proved right Japan bombed pearl -- Four days later Germany and Italy declared war on the United States.
America desperately needed combat leaders and training for over two million new army recruits.
General Eisenhower now commander in chief of allied forces.
Look to his old friends 56 year old George -- to what the boys in the shape.
8 November 1942.
More than a 100000 American and British soldiers stormed the shores of North Africa.
-- objective -- -- French controlled Casablanca.
By going against what he felt separate French forces they were able to get a foothold and move forward and they stranded on November 11 birthday.
And show you an invalid because the ball into pictures of all the troops moving in and that this is a great birthday present.
Came across a treasure trove for the programs -- George fat actually taking so patent security camera with -- throughout the -- -- it slip from his neck from North Africa and in Germany.
Captured anything that caught his.
-- you'll discover these never before seen photos at The Library of Congress the assembled and in -- photographs.
Or has he sought.
Anything -- said Beatrice.
That's the photographed.
This is for some future historians write unless untrue history of me.
While stuck in Morocco playing the role of diplomat to the French -- the grandma's -- to the sultan.
-- desert fox Erwin Rommel.
Don't mean American forces of vicious blow that as we -- conflicting over 6000 American casualties.
Park have been getting there -- leave well -- relieved when this war.
Find out how to -- -- sleep landed -- in hot water with the Eisenhower.
Almost ended the -- general's career that's next on war stories.
Reeling from the defeated the -- -- general -- replaced Lloyd -- doll.
George Patton was -- the command to score and put some flight back to the American GI's.
It was bad it was real bad we lost so.
People a survivor of the casually pass Iowa -- -- -- not remembers one of -- orders sounded strange.
For the British -- word short and -- they shot him pop mail issues we -- the world would be.
-- -- In combat in combat.
You -- to -- so you look like soldiers dressed like soldiers act like them.
Tibetan appearance was everything he wrote.
It's absurd to believe that soldiers who cannot be made aware of the proper uniform can be induced to move forward and battle.
That might seem extreme.
But the morale and spirit of the army was so -- he said you know I'm gonna go to the other extreme.
Britain and North Africa really sparked my grandfather's.
Spiritual -- Particularly his.
Strongly held -- incarnation he believed he had been an ordinary soldier in other battles that you go to viking warrior that you've got to napoleon's army.
How would you describe George had days.
It is very devout -- has great faith in the power he read the Bible everyday.
And he would say it was trips read the Bible because you'll never know when you hit it -- -- galvanize the troops and 23 large thank you 43 from the very -- about the car.
Told commanders gentlemen tomorrow we get back if we're not victorious.
But -- and come back alive.
But it's definitely well so far it was the first time it's -- -- -- -- -- After reinvigorating -- corps lieutenant general Patton was sent to take command of the seventh army for the next allied invasion.
10 July 194380000.
Allied troops landed at pictures of system.
From the start patent class with a pompous British commander general Bernard Montgomery.
Legend has it that Montgomery hatched his battle play.
Giving prominence to British forces in a bathroom in Algiers with Eisenhower's chief of staff major general Walter Bedell Smith.
When he began his job with the garden Cummings plan.
Had irritated -- -- took it as a personal insult so he began his own drive.
Does Patton ever say we've got to beat the British embassy in a wee bit -- that he was except.
With the idea of getting the -- hurt his seventh -- covered twice as much ground as Montgomery.
It was like a modern day cavalry charge with patent near the front -- with the -- -- -- to go faster.
This isn't a guy who knows that his presence is important he's -- front.
But 17 August -- seventh army it'd be at sixty miles to capture -- But in his -- to be funny fatigue and his emotions got the best of in early August he was going to field hospitals to cut purple hearts to hold their hand and -- -- about.
CD's that -- -- time.
And he sought to -- that he believes -- -- And slapped both before these just horrified medical staff Eisenhower -- -- Covered this -- -- -- leave that alone is important work.
But three months later muckraking journalist troopers -- leaked story and it made headlines.
Congress how old.
For patents resignation.
-- -- -- Most crucial for that opposite that he ever made life.
We're into apologized to soldier did it again doctors correct and patent voluntarily apologized for the -- hasn't been where that.
This is a photo of patent apologizing to the first infantry division and 27 August 1943.
But these -- flat against it nearly cost him his career.
Or launches a massive counterattack and they are against all odds -- his third army breaks sort of Bastogne.
That's next on war stories.
In the wake of the slapping incidents -- was in the -- Eisenhower took away his seventh army and ordered him to remain in Sicily.
A bitter George Patton wondered if he'd ever -- -- is -- He at one point says a year ago after.
I commend them -- my dignity after five frustrating months and exile patent finally got the call to come to a meeting with -- Eisenhower in England.
And when he arrived he said we're giving you -- those -- your Mac and only the commander.
But because of what he did they felt physically.
-- -- -- him.
Do in the meantime his support.
-- -- Guess.
Bradley becomes lost my grandfather purchased -- -- and -- He had been left on the sidelines of the thought Willie as -- -- -- and he named William the conqueror but when the dog proved to be quite a power the shortening -- What is Bull Terrier -- by his side.
Clinton rallied the troops.
I know the street and that -- theater in the blatant it was.
47 year old Massachusetts state of album spears it was captivated by patton's words.
It was a real motivation -- pickle that the -- I think.
Everyone cared about -- The speech as it's now Nolan was immortalized by George C.
Scott in the 1970 film patent the movie garnered seven Academy Awards.
We are advancing constantly and we're not interested in -- on anything except the enemy.
We're going to hold on -- bottom -- and articulate and yes.
-- the hell out of all the time.
Like backed -- goofed.
Patented go round from group to -- the famous -- speech he would begin and every time when you didn't see here I was never here.
It was secret that happened was in England could create fake running around him.
The full determine -- -- where we were going to -- And -- most logical place was -- like the shortest distance between Britain.
France and it's beautifully -- -- tried to keep his location secret but and 25 April 1944 the British press leak that he was an English.
Well speaking to a ladies' group the enough expertise that quote.
Undoubtedly it's our destiny to rule the world we British American and of course the Russian people.
The British SAS decided.
To bring him out of the German isn't listening and they never -- -- So Eisenhower.
Goes ballistic on patent.
Laughter and sees the frustrate him break out their basic.
-- throws he's offering IPS.
Bob Bradley Bradley had its own ideas about how to break out from -- college country.
His plane in operation cobra called for 3000 allied aircraft -- eight million pounds of bombs.
And it was very yeah.
But -- his daring play and what a -- when American bombers inflicted over 600 American casuals.
Despite the setback cold -- achieved its goal.
All of a sudden they realize it was gigantic hole.
And that's one Bradley cut patently.
In August of 44 patents third army -- 400 miles in 26 days and liberated 50000 square miles of France.
They're -- was unprecedented.
And street driver sergeant friends and sends -- remembers the need for speed and he's the -- that.
First -- -- -- pretty fast read poetry but apparently that.
So it would be in the woods and they believe.
Patent wants to keep drives.
Bradley and Eisenhower decided what we've heard really -- dog was -- was shortage of gasoline and that I decided it -- won't go in the hole was shot.
10 -- October.
Give up his first full service clinical work our patent was furious it -- soldiers did what it took to keep fuel their tanks.
-- -- -- shared his experience in gasoline to patent.
We captured German -- and that diverted truck -- -- for the first.
Like -- and the bill.
But let me and have to have -- 26 September 1944.
Money market garden is a near total disaster.
Allied casualties total over 171000.
Patents third army was ready to push on the foul weather and a reinvigorated German army but by other -- -- -- stymied their efforts.
The Cold War.
-- with the coaches feel they think look.
Half -- Or perhaps it was probably the worst setbacks that he had during -- tire war in the casualties pile up.
-- -- -- horsepower.
16 December 1940 floor.
A quarter of a million desperate German soldiers pushed pretty hard then forest encircling American -- The battle of the bulls had begun.
Three days later and a whole army barracks in for Don I asked his commanders for help.
And no one really came with a plan Bradley shows up he has no idea what.
-- at three different plans -- before -- -- Eisenhower to look -- who -- that we.
And and patents that I wouldn't you -- movie -- December 23.
And Eisenhower says nothing -- and he convinces Eisenhower left -- to get.
Hardcore movie and three days first -- needed to motivate his troops.
Elders then a major remembers meeting old blood and guts.
Tremendous rate is being -- -- -- -- -- In the that you had electrical.
We started we started the ball fringe -- looked over restart those workers are those who patent.
We'll continue to put its loyal.
With the group the group.
-- racked up but the fact.
I would appreciate it thirty -- Mesmerized at the other generals and -- and didn't believe he could do it turned -- normally around nine degrees.
Like I let the way the roads slippery -- -- Go on the what are what or where what -- it was frozen.
L 22 December.
After traveling nearly a hundred miles on the cover of darkness and were treacherous roads.
A victorious -- -- -- third army reached Bastogne.
Was that the test was the best.
Moving through we'll prove that would expect probably the finest form of of -- American military.
It with an amazing.
Amazing feat but only a year later Patton would died under mysterious circumstances.
More stories returns to the scene of the accident or was it a crime that resulted in George patton's untimely death.
That's next on war stories.
After cementing his legendary reputation -- -- a 101 airborne at best film.
George Patton was poised to enter Germany.
The ride with the last natural barrier to Germany when you cross that was open field running.
Money quote the greatest water obstacle in the Western Europe.
And devised an elaborate play and rivaled only by operation overlord to -- crossing points.
But I and 22 march 1945.
George -- -- into the secretary of he writes a letter and says police and.
Both from new equipment.
And my god.
Mean they've achieved what others.
-- longer maybe lifelong dream of being in the right and that's precisely what it photographer.
So hopeful that the picture that should send the coughing of blood to.
-- -- -- -- -- -- But Roosevelt had already decided that prize would go to Stalin's red army.
And then brag on him on radios and and I should be done about people -- as -- -- -- right -- and he had.
A couple of news here's.
Patents contempt for the Russians began to show he predicted that the -- -- here.
We must not fight about later a lot of us agreed with the way felt the question maybe eight.
Those sentences there's room for.
Cut through when the war's over movement -- -- where he applied to go into the Pacific.
MacArthur got no interest in having church kept his backyard.
It's certainly I hope.
All of which.
-- great act.
All of this.
-- He was really saying -- amendment did it not me one month after -- today during his visible.
-- and shared on the -- about his death.
-- to both his daughter's citizens could bond action -- Instead of command in the Pacific patent and a third army -- set to govern the very.
In the American result of the occupied Germany -- you have -- bad dream warriors are now asking make sure we have.
Food and fuel -- good and so on throughout the very driven the -- is a military historian with the united states army Europe.
And opinion -- he needed food who had been in the government before the -- the game to help.
Run the country has a very much a parallel what Iraq today but to do this -- to violate -- -- obstacle.
Eisenhower was fed up with -- for defying his -- application orders in remarks like quote.
The Nazi thing is just like a Democrat and Republican election flight.
Eisenhower takes an -- away from him probably.
The most -- anything happens any officer and then he became the commander the fifteenth army which was quote a -- army.
Charged with the task of gathering all the documents from the Second World War and decided some.
That's it I've had enough you have whites that a -- come home or tire me out but who really -- -- don't doesn't.
The car -- has been restored and -- on display at the patent museum at Fort Knox Kentucky.
-- -- It was -- right here in this 1938.
Cadillac staff car when it collided with a tornado in the US army truck and on December 1945.
I would support it felt immediately paralyzed.
Strangely -- was the only one injury.
It was on this busy thoroughfare near Mannheim Germany -- the accident took place that was a last minute plan.
Nineteen year old pfc -- would bring in Kentucky have been -- driver for four months prior to the accident.
In the mid 1990s he shared his story about that day.
And train passes.
-- thing I see is one vehicle sitting down the road facing and take off.
Truck takes off he makes severe -- turn around and Democrats.
For the next crash and look behind me in the backseat that's the general Patton.
Playing across general game which was in chief of staff he had -- -- from here.
He's not unconscious he's talking.
What happens when did that crazy -- do.
First vehicle on the scene.
Was an army ambulance and I tell them than me that general -- in the cars through her.
Immediately after the automobile -- general George Patton was brought here to what was then the 130.
He's it is coming true life would be equivalent courses again -- you know he's the best thing -- -- own worst abuse and he invalid.
Message yet and thanks for being straight.
Eisenhower chose to stay in the states but -- -- to be by her general's side.
The press was kept in the dark and news begins this world.
What he had said blows but I was passed by Donaldson.
Killed at a military author Robert Wilcox says this me.
OSS agent Douglas was not a claimed in 1996.
-- -- spymaster William Donovan had ordered him to kill pat.
And that was agreed to by Russian and US intelligence and -- is the world.
And he shocked the growth -- Special weapon.
Into that -- and that's what.
-- -- Is there evidence of Russian or Soviet complicity and what -- It's there I later found and Shiites and counterintelligence -- Stephen.
And he said uncovered the plot that patent was on the hit list mean by it's now.
And that in TVV.
We're going to kill.
And KB -- the predecessor KGB that's correct the use this part of this is the vote.
-- -- Wanted to go and start world war.
He wanted to start fight.
News very much and and I can't correct but there are those who say that.
He was it political threat -- Washington.
Including I think.
He knew that I born and where appropriate yes there have -- -- -- that means that we're so afraid of him they would kill him.
I do believe.
Patents condition takes a turn for the worse was no foul play.
The last days of George pat that's next on war story.
-- worst fears were realized.
-- paralyzed from the neck down more stories tracked down lieutenant with the whole way -- nerves at the Heidelberg army hospital.
He certainly wants he's the right kind of human -- that's really -- But the perhaps you can't -- -- earns the 24 year old -- from Minnesota remembers this seemingly cool devices.
Used to keep -- spying in traction.
Thanks for your -- and turn your head and perhaps hopefully improve over the board is working with read poetry aloft room.
I'm -- December 1945.
Patton took a turn for the worst.
And the next day the sixty year old general was dead.
The official cause of death pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure.
I'm 23 December his funeral service was held here at Christ church an -- It was decided to -- with the soldiers and Luxembourg going to reform.
Before -- -- -- told Beatrice who didn't want Eisenhower the Dell's list to attend his funeral home.
As news of the general's death spread.
So did the mystery surrounding.
Jamie what did you hear us out.
The possibility for your grandfather access.
My grandmother hired several private detectives -- investigate and they didn't find anything substantiated.
Conspiracy -- the most outrageous one came from the mysterious current.
Who had -- spy.
And -- Russians had some information from me.
Our medical aid had been instructed to open wins.
So he would contracting.
Classic way that the in anything he used to be they would give them things they were untraceable.
And make you have a heart attack is are any indication.
Substantiate the allegation there was a doctor looks at what's happened off and he says.
This is patents -- -- so.
He never hurt you pretty resume his body.
And see the whole patent.
-- needs to be reexamined we first of all happen on scene reports.
And I believe they have been.
-- Our -- -- investigation confirms that these are the only documents remaining regarding the car crash that led the general patton's death.
The accident report is not here let's face it an accident report involving general Patton could have disappearing number ways Carlos -- playing that George.
-- And was a victim of the assassination number absolute problem.
I have recorded nine team.
Incidents where he would have been killed it's an ironing you want to dial warrior and instead he died -- him.
Stupid senseless ordinary traffic.
I have the -- yes.
And the Yankees.
They set up this accident.
Decades after his death general George patton's life inspires world champion pitcher Curt Schilling.
That's next on -- scores.
Decades after his death George -- legacy continues to inspire.
From World Series champion pitcher Curt Schilling general Patton was was destined to be somebody.
After he understood.
That at the end of the game -- -- -- mattered most.
Soldiers fighting in Iraq.
I'm sure the former soldiers on the ground from the generals to deprived of some both -- -- toward.
And of course has failed and -- -- love and appreciate him as a full bodied person who tested there.
By the end of World War II in Europe George Patton was seen as an American hero by millions and others feared his determination to take.
-- Soviets and -- America and the world war three.
Generals untimely death immediately -- -- appears to date shrouded in the -- army concluded it was merely an act of questions -- Our investigation reveals that the patent accident report has disappeared.
Few of the document still exist fueling suspicion.
Conclusive evidence about how and I was unlikely that ever be that what is certain.
Is that Georgia is always be remembered as a genius of war -- inspired us troops to triumph on the battle.
He -- past wars may be fought with the weapons but there one by men -- the spirit of the man who follow.
The man who leads the games the -- General George -- incredible -- story.
There's a war story that deserves to -- I'm Oliver North.
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