08.04.2012 [Politico] - Anthony Herbert. The libel suit against Wallace's 1973 60 MINUTES report, “The Selling of Colonel Herbert,” caused a precedent-setting Supreme Court ruling allowing lawyers to question the thoughts and opinions of reporters.
Anthony B. Herbert (born 1930) is a retired United States Army officer, who served in both the Korean War and the Vietnam War. He is best known for his claims that he witnessed war crimes in Vietnam, which his commanding officer refused to investigate. He reached the rank of lieutenant colonel and is the author of several books about his experiences, including Soldier and Making of A Soldier.
18.07.2010 Pictures starting top left and going clockwise: the restored pond; the state of the art cattle shed; Anthony Herbert on the trailer explaining maize and wheat cultivation to our party; and a keyhole vegetable plot. July 18th, 2010 | Category: News ...
14.09.2012 [NY1] - Nearest challenger Anthony Jones has 15 percent, with Roy Antoine at 13 percent, Nathan Bradley at 12 percent, Anthony Herbert at 11 percent David R. Miller at 6 percent and Christopher Durosinmi at 5 percent. In the State Senate's 15th district, NY1
09.09.2012 [Trinidad & Tobago Express] - The "La Romaine Lions" had five goals from striker Jamil Boatswain, and one each from Tyler Williams, Yaseu Rougier and Anthony Herbert. Aaron Julien had the only reply for Moruga. In Central, Carapichaima East Secondary also started out big, beating
02.05.2012 [Southeast Missourian] - Name, Anthony Herbert. Weight, 8 pounds, 5 ounces. Third son. Mrs. Beussink is the former Courtney Wesbecher, daughter of Ronnie and Pam Wesbecher of Marble Hill, Mo. She is a dentist at Cross Trails Medical Center in Advance, Mo.
15.09.2007 A highly respected [renowned!] combat commander. Mentioned in the same breath as David Hackworth, Harry Summers, Anthony Herbert. The career of Hank Emerson DID NOT end with Vietnam. Emerson did command: ...
25.03.2012 By Quartermaster on March 26, 2012 5:55 PM. John, you ever read Anthony herbert's "Soldier?" They didn't seem to have high opinions of Majors in the173rd. I seem to remember a bit of haggling over the price of a Major.