We Were Soldiers is a 2002 American war movie that performs the Battle of Ia Drang on November 14, 1965…A French unit on watch in Vietnam in 1954, amid the last year of the First Indochina War, is trapped by Viet Minh powers, likely the Battle of Mang Yang Pass. Viet Minh officer Nguyen Huu A requests his warriors to “murder all they send, and they will stop coming”.Eleven years after the fact, the United States is battling the Vietnam War. U.S. Armed force Lieutenant Colonel Hal Moore (Mel Gibson) is picked to prepare and lead a regiment. In the wake of touching base in Vietnam, he discovers that an American base has been assaulted, and is requested to take his 400 men after the adversary and dispense with the North Vietnamese assailants, in spite of the way that insight has no clue about the quantity of foe troops. Moore drives a recently made air mounted force unit into the Ia Drang Valley. Subsequent to arriving in the “Valley of Death”, the troopers catch a North Vietnamese fighter and gain from him that the area they were sent to is really the base camp for a veteran North Vietnamese armed force division of 4,000 man.