1767–1838, American Indian chief of the Sauk tribe: leader of Sauk and Fox Indians in the Black Hawk War.
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It is “realistic” combat imagery born of the Black Hawk Down Zeitgeist and it is effective.
Garrison now lives on a farm in Hico, Texas, and has never given an interview about Black Hawk Down.
After the first Black Hawk went down, Faris and his team moved toward the helicopter to secure the crash site.
Among the anxieties experienced by Black Hawk Down veterans is a sense that their stories might be forgotten.
He felt an impulse to turn away, and seek Black Hawk out another time.
"Black Hawk is pleased that I stopped the people from hurting you yesterday," he began tentatively.
I came up against old Black Hawk nearly twenty years ago in the war against the British.
With your ship patrolling the stretch of river where they're likely to cross, we could be sure that Black Hawk won't escape us.
Some people were even secretly killing and eating horses, though Black Hawk had decreed death for anyone caught doing that.