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Alex Kapp Horner
For Love and Honor was about an airborne field artillery unit. It was set at a fort in California. However, it had one drawback. It was twenty years too early. It was the first television series about the Army. It had the potential to be a hit show but it didn't last that long. NBC cancelled it after three months on the air. Too bad it wasn't picked up by the History Channel. In 1983, we were still fighting the Cold War, the Soviet Union, in the words of Ronald Reagan, was "the Evil Empire", and Ronald Reagan had proposed the International Space Station, then known as Space Station Freedom, and the space plane. We also had a suicide bombing in Lebanon, the invasion of Grenada, and a presidential campaign that was just getting started. Do you remember the Nuclear Freeze?
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