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January 2014[edit]

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RE: Your changes to my changes re General Hal Moore.[edit]

I made the changes I made because I am General Moore's son (Greg Moore) and I know the actual facts. My dad has no association with "Brown University," for example. Who ever came up with that piece of *? Also, my dad did not graduate from Harvard with a degree in international relations. I graduated from Harvard in 1974 with a degree in English and my dad attended a one year post-doc at the center for international relations. His masters in international affairs came from George Washington University. Please revert back to my corrections on my father's bio. Thanks!!

Hgmooreiii (talk) 12:28, 14 January 2014 (UTC) Greg Moore hgmoore@aol.com

I have responded to your concerns in an email to your AOL account. Please consider the contents of my email and follow up as I request. I hope to be able to improve the referencing on the article Hal Moore in the future. To answer your immediate concerns, I have removed the reference to Brown University a I was able to locate a reference that states that General Moore graduated from George Washington University. I have also corrected the Harvard information to George Washington and added citations to the same. I am interested in making the article accurate, but need references to do so. Regards. Cuprum17 (talk) 19:39, 14 January 2014 (UTC)

Can you please resend your note to me again at hgmoore@aol.com

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Thank you for correcting me and pointing out when I made a mistake. Take care! Illegitimate Barrister (talk) 22:44, 18 January 2014 (UTC)

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March 2014[edit]

I respect your edit for the Vietnam Service medal page, however the edit I did concerning dates was based on the format that has been rather consistent for American medal articles. I should have been more thorough in my explanation of my undo edit.Mphsmeister (talk) 21:37, 5 March 2014 (UTC)memphismeister

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OTU-RTU Units[edit]

Knew I forgot something, added the reference tags for that one section Bwmoll3 (talk) 23:26, 6 April 2014 (UTC)

No problem, I reassessed it as B class. Thanks for an interesting article. Cuprum17 (talk) 23:48, 6 April 2014 (UTC)

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Jack Dempsey[edit]

It wasn't a revert. I assumeD WP:AGF. In any event, I see your point on the citation, and think we should address it; but we should at least reference the book. i know you'll make appropriate changes. The savate I find wholy credible. My uncle was an MP in World War II, and got similar training from Yank Levy, the world's dirtiest fighter." As an MP, he had a confrontation with a championship professional fighter, who he rendered unconscious. But a real look at the book would be great. 7&6=thirteen () 23:45, 15 April 2014 (UTC)
Two different versions with two different coauthors, I think. I put both of those in, and I didn't just make it up. Found it somewhere on line at the time. 7&6=thirteen () 02:41, 16 April 2014 (UTC)
wikicheck Autobib for the ISBN shown in the article shows: "Dempsey, Jack, and Frank G. Menke. How to fight tough. Boulder, Colo: Paladin Press, 2002. Print." But if you google "Dempsey How to Fight Tough PDF" you will find another coauthor. For those who are MMA devotees, this is deemed to be a very worthwhile book. 7&6=thirteen () 03:12, 16 April 2014 (UTC)