Up for sale or trade is a "Cold Steel" Artist's Proof co-signed By Col Millett and by Don Stivers. I'm offering this great Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print at a very reasonable price. You will not find another one like this ever anywhere. I personally had Colonel Millett sign and date this print in Korea 51 years to the day of the famous action where he earned the Medal of Honor. This print is signed twice by Colonel Millett (once where he co-signed with Stivers in the left margin, and a very bold signature and date on the top-left of the print).
This is an Artists Proof #68 of 95. I framed and matted this print, and have included two of Colonel Millett's commemorative Medal of Honor coins that he gave me in Korea while I was escorting him at the Hill 180 ceremony, Osan AFB, Korea in February 2002.
This sells for $500 without the signature, coins, matting, or framing. I'm asking $400 or trade for ammo (7.62x39 and 5.56).
Located in North Carolina (Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Raeford)
Capt. Millett, Company E, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action. While personally leading his company in an attack against a strongly held position he noted that the 1st Platoon was pinned down by small-arms, automatic, and antitank fire. Capt. Millett ordered the 3d Platoon forward, placed himself at the head of the 2 platoons, and, with fixed bayonet, led the assault up the fire-swept hill. In the fierce charge Capt. Millett bayoneted 2 enemy soldiers and boldly continued on, throwing grenades, clubbing and bayoneting the enemy, while urging his men forward by shouting encouragement. Despite vicious opposing fire, the whirlwind hand-to-hand assault carried to the crest of the hill. His dauntless leadership and personal courage so inspired his men that they stormed into the hostile position and used their bayonets with such lethal effect that the enemy fled in wild disorder. During this fierce onslaught Capt. Millett was wounded by grenade fragments but refused evacuation until the objective was taken and firmly secured. The superb leadership, conspicuous courage, and consummate devotion to duty demonstrated by Capt. Millett were directly responsible for the successful accomplishment of a hazardous mission and reflect the highest credit on himself and the heroic traditions of the military service.