No Country for Old Men (2007) - Officer border Vietnam veteran John Canley 3 weeks ago   00:59

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No Country for Old Men (2007)

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I recorded this movie and re-watched it for the 100th time. Realized something was missing, they had cut out this scene. Unbelievable.
Green Sombrero
so interesting this movie, never gets old.......
Forward Observer
A veteran would not pronounce it Nam. It was pronounced Nom. Ironically, the only people I’ve heard pronounce it Nam were LBJ, John McCain, and a host of non vets portraying vets, such as Don Johnson in Miami Vice. There is no such thing as the 12th Infantry Battalion. There was a 12th Infantry Regiment, part of the 199th Light Infantry Brigade. And the 12th Cavalry, part of the 1st Cavalry. But a vet would reply by division such as 1st Cav or 1st Marines, or 2nd of the 7th, which was the 2nd Battalion of the 7th Cavalry Regiment, rather than how this dialogue was written.
Chris Weidner
Something always pulls me back to this perfect scene.
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Vietnam veteran John Canley No Country for Old Men (2007) - Officer border 3 weeks ago   07:02

Retired Sgt. Major John Canley of the U.S. Marines will receive the Medal of Honor for his courage during the Vietnam War. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin joins CBSN to discuss his conversation with Canley.

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