Late Steelworker Remembered for Battle of Bulge Bravery

December 27, 2014

Kentucky steelworker Hargus Haywood had no idea where he was going when his outfit got orders to move out from Mourmelon, France, on Dec. 18, 1944.

“They loaded us into open trailer trucks and drove us all night,” said Haywood, a medic in the storied 101st Airborne “Screaming Eagles” Division. Enroute, rain turned to snow. 

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