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Hey Guys—



I have, at times in the past, written about my Grandfather, Col.

Dan C. Alanis.  He was a battalion commander in the 4th Armored
Division of Patton’s Third Army, Patton’s favorite and most
aggressive division.


For historical context, the 4th Armored Division was the division

that famously relieved the encircled 101st Airborne Division at
Bastogne, as shown in the HBO series Band of Brothers.


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My grandfather was in operational command of the task force slated

to make first contact with the 101st, but they ran into very heavy
fighting along the way, and had to dismount and fight German troops,
infantry on infantry.  My grandfather’s unit was the 51st Armored
Infantry Battalion, and during that action they worked with Col.
Delk Oden’s tank battalion, eventually making it to Bastogne after
Col. Creighton Abram’s Combat Command broke through and made first
contact.


The main battle tank of the US Army today is the M1 Abrams, named

after General Abrams, who later went on to command all American
troops in Vietnam.


But these aren’t the actions I want to talk about today. I want to

tell you a story about an action forgotten to history, yet important
to all men today.  It was a small battle that took place in November
of 1944 called the Battle of Schlosshof farm.


At that time the commander of the 51st Armored Infantry Battalion

was a highly respected man named Col. Alfred Maybach.  Col Maybach
was killed that day, resulting in low morale amongst the 51st,
tasked with attacking and taking Schlosshof farm.


To make matters worse, the men were exhausted.  They had been

fighting continuously, it was cold, it was rainy, and the mud was
just terrible.  The Germans were dug in, fighting viciously for
every inch.  The men of the 51st were taking terrible casualties,
and their fighting spirit was exhausted.  They needed a new
commander, fast.


My grandfather was commanding a renowned unit called the 704th Tank

Destroyer Battalion. Prior to that command, he’d been the operations
officer of the 51st, so he knew all the officers and men very well,
and was highly respected.


As soon as Col Maybach was killed, a radio message was sent to my

grandfather, relieving him of command of the 704th, and putting
him in command of the bogged down 51st AIB.  Under great danger to
himself, his driver immediately drove him to where the 51st AIB
was engaged.


His citation for a Distinguished Service Cross, the second highest

award in the US Army, second only to the medal of honor reads,
“Under great personal danger to himself, Major Alanis personally
visited every man in every platoon in his unit, exposing himself
to enemy fire as he drove from platoon to platoon.  The men, seeing
Major Alanis had returned, immediately experienced a lift in morale.  
Major Alanis personally reinstilled their fighting spirit, led an
attack on the Schlosshof farm, and achieved victory for his
exhausted men.”


Now, because my grandfather was politically incorrect, and could

curse like General Patton could, his citation was downgraded to
the Silver Star, one of five he won.  But that doesn’t matter.  
What matters was his ability to reinstill a fighting spirit into
a dispirited unit in a matter of hours—that is the difference one
man can make.


The sad thing to day is, that fighting spirit has mostly left this

country.  Oh yes, there are some bright shining examples of it,
but it is lower today than it ever was.


One of the most attractive things you can do as a man is to reinstill

your fighting spirit and keep it high.  It is very real, very
tangible, and it is the one thing that will make a difference in
your life.  The world still respects a man with fighting spirit,
and if you have it, nothing can stop you.  Men and women will
follow you, and that fighting spirit will wear off on them,
carrying you to victory.


Don’t ever, ever let a defeated coward or girlie man tell you

there’s no such thing as fighting spirit.  There is, and it matters.  
Says so right on my grandfather’s recommendation for the
Distinguished Service Cross while he was fighting and WINNING for
the great General George S. Patton.


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On with the fun,



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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