October 26, 2008 In his memoir, retired Col. Jack Jacobs tells the story of a short, smart-alecky kid from Brooklyn who becomes a courageous soldier and outspoken member of the military community. Jacobs rescued 14 men during an ambush in the Vietnam War and was awarded the Medal of Honor.
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