By Dr. Hans Hannula a.k.a Dr. Al Larson
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Some, the column implied, saw the criticism as simply a ploy to generate publicity for a potential presidential campaign. Hagel, the Vietnam vet, struck back, writing his own column that appeared in the World-Herald, taking issue with Andersen’s position. Hagel holds that it is his responsibility as a senator to ask the hard questions, questions that “were not asked when we sent young men and women into Vietnam. Where were our elected ofﬁcials then? Eleven years and ﬁftyeight thousand deaths later, we lost.
And now he was gone. Betty Hagel had remarried earlier that year, and she and E. J. Breeding, a claims adjuster for Iowa National Insurance, had moved to Hastings to start their new life together. Jim had enrolled at St. Cecilia’s High School in Hastings where he was quarterback for the football team. The ﬁrst weekend after the football season ended, he and a friend from Hastings went to Columbus to see some buddies there. They had apparently been drinking and were on a gravel road in Nance County when Jim, the driver, lost control of the car and crashed.
If I would have had a male ﬁgure or a father to kind of shape me a little bit after I got out of high school and say, ‘Now, listen. These are the options, the consequences. . ’” He had relied on the 24 the early years discipline of athletics to organize his life, he said, but even that structure disappeared after injuries ended his football career. “So I just wandered,” he said. In April 1967 the wandering took Hagel and ﬁve other Platte County soldiers-to-be to Omaha. A drill sergeant met their bus and took a look at the list of names.