PFC Luther Leguire Planting the Stars & Stripes in Seoul
PFC Leguire Holding North Korean Flag
The soldier on the cover of this book is Marine PFC Luther R. Leguire. On September 26, 1950 during heavy fighting for the capture of the city of Seoul with E Co 2nd Bn 1st Marine Regiment, PFC Leguire climbed atop the American Consulate amid sniper fire where he removed the North Korean Flag and replaced it with the Stars and Stripes. A few days later, on November 7th, while engaging the enemy, PFC Leguire was wounded and left for dead. In fact, he was the only man in his squad to survive. With death all around, he told God, If you will let me live to get home, I will serve You the rest of my life. This book traces his exciting journey through life from sharecropper, to battlefield, to pulpit.
This compelling story along with those of many more Korean War Veterans are included in this new book entitled, THE FORGOTTEN - Volume One. The author is now looking for additional War Veterans from all recent wars who will share their personal stories to be put into Volume Two. Please contact the author below:
William A. Cummins, Author 807 Black Duck Drive Port Orange, FL 32127. Phone: 386-383-5198 Email: email@example.com
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