Custer’s Last Stand: What Really Happened?
1 session, 3 hours
George Custer was not the last man standing, and four of his soldiers displayed extraordinary heroism, truly deserving of Medals of Honor, including “the bravest man the Sioux ever fought.” Who was this courageous man, and what really transpired that fateful day?
Instructor: Warren Gray is a retired Air Force intelligence officer with experience in special operations and counterterrorism, and an avid interest in historical mysteries. He earned twenty military medals and four college degrees, including a Master of Aeronautical Science degree, and has authored seven published historical novels. He has instructed fighter pilots, military commanders, civilian dignitaries, senior NATO officers, students of all ages, and various public audiences on a wide range of topics. Warren’s engaging teaching style and visually rich presentations offer unique insights and shed light into the dim corners of history.
ILR 672 Custer’s Last Stand: What Really Happened?
4-Digit Number: 5626
Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., 9/12/17
Location: Conference Center (E Building) /E106