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Lee Alley

Alley attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a 2nd Lt. with the Armor Division. He went to Vietnam in July of 1967 and served as the infantry platoon leader, recon platoon leader and infantry company commander. His decorations include a Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star, Soldiers Medal, two Air Medals, Two Purple Hearts, and an Infantry Badge. He was the commanding officer for the 5th Battalion, 60th Infantry of the 9th Infantry Division in Vietnam.

They were known as the “Rollin Recon,” the reactionary force for the battalion with a three-fold mission, one to react anytime the base camp was attacked, to be the first one in and make contact with the enemy, and to serve as support once contact had been made. It is a must-read for all U.S. Vets, active duty, reservists, historians and family members.

Lee Alley
Back from war.