"From behind thick brush, they fired machine guns at Marines positioned in rice paddies near a river in South Vietnam.
Feb. 12, 1970, was a long and bloody day for the men of Bravo Company of the Seventh Marines.
Corporal Paul R. Moore of Dorchester, then 19 years old and only 10 days' married, crawled through fields to carry dead and wounded comrades to the safety of a tree line. The North Vietnamese Army kept firing, and Moore was struck by a bullet in his right cheek. Unable to speak, he sketched the enemy's position on paper."
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