• Chapter 1 opens on February 1, 1951 with tanks moving in Korea.
• The unit came under fire, but troops were dazed and did not respond.
• Hackworth was with the 3rd platoon and 7 men were killed.
• Hackworth was put in charge of the unit.
• Hackworth and Van Mieter checked out the dike.
• Hackworth took Koreans prisoner, though his rifle was empty.
• Hackworth had to stop eating because of a sniper and was shot.
• In Chapter 2, Hackworth reveals that he enlisted when he was fifteen and was more interested in girls.
• Hackworth was accepted into the army and sent to Italy.
• Troops shifted to a peacetime army and his unit patrolled the Morgan Line.
• Hackworth trained under Steve Prazenka.
• On June 25, 1950, North Korea crossed into South Korea.
• Hackworth requested duty in Korea.
• In Chapter 3, the Chinese entered Korea.
• Hackworth realized Korea was not a training exercise.
• In Chapter...
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