Medal of Honor


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Medal of Honor

highest American military decoration for wartime gallantry. [Am. Hist.: Misc.]
See: Bravery
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VHP web feauture also provides links to Library of Congress resources on the Medal of Honor, as well as to an upcoming series of related posts on the Librarys Folklife Today blog.
The 2016 Medal of Honor Award in the lawyer category was presented to Tampa attorney Kathleen S.
Coinciding with the United States' involvement in World War I, Congress dramatically raised the standards for the Medal of Honor while establishing other awards for heroism and bravery.
We are proud to support the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and continue to honor the legacy of the Medal of Honor recipients.
He has requested to return to active duty, rare for a Medal of Honor recipient, and his request is being reviewed, Army spokesman George Wright said.
Developers of first-person shooting games, such as Medal of Honor and Call of Duty have been seeking to recreate a more and more realistic experience with real-life weapons featuring prominently in these titles.
What's more, the lucky winner will also receive a copy of Medal of Honor on the console of their choice.
With Halo Reach currently keeping players occupied and Call Of Duty: Black Ops on the horizon, it will be interesting to see if Medal Of Honor can hold its own.
I have been honored in my career by receiving several special awards but none were presented by five Medal of Honor Recipients and from an organization that I so respect and admire," Brown says.
Medal of Honor awardees may have their name entered on the Medal of Honor Roll (38 USC 560).
Today, we remember the life of this faithful Navy SEAL, and on behalf of a grateful nation, we will present Michael Mansoor's family with the Medal of Honor that he earned.