The Bizard was a volunteer officer who volunteered to go to Dien Bien Phu and spent seven years of war. He was originally a cavalry, usually sitting on a saddle, but had a pair of infantry legs that did not fit well with boots with buckles attached. He can fight fluently in the mud, walk, as well as sit on armored vehicles and if given the opportunity, he does not hesitate to jump on his horse to fight. He was rewarded thirteen times, athletic like a Greek angel but as shy as a virgin. That’s what I do I get tattoos I drink and I know things poster. He was trembling in front of a woman but dared to fight with a Viet Minh division with only eighty soldiers in his hand. On the evening of March 31, the Bizard sat alone in the bridge of the half collapsed bridge. The day before, the Bizard’s deputy, Lieutenant Thelot, was killed at five-thirty in the afternoon by a 57-round artillery shell fired at his battle position.