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Landess Farm in Daleville, Indiana, created a corn maze in honor of Medal of Honor Recipient Desmond Doss and the bravery he exhibited during World War II. Perpetuate the legacy of the by giving today:
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Chip Spoonts Sep 23
Call your Senators and urge them to pass Let's get this done for this hero. His name is
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Civil War On This Day Sep 26
Private William Giles Hills exposed himself to enemy fire during an engagement at North Fork, VA in 1864, in order to save a wounded comrade and carry him to safety. He was awarded the for his action nearly 30 years later.
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American Warrior Radio Sep 22
Prior to joining the Medal of Honor Museum as CEO, Joe Daniels led the September 11 Memorial initiative. Joe and MOH recipient David Bellavia join us this weekend!
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Congressional Medal of Honor Society Sep 24
Recipient Roy P. Benavidez led an extraction mission with bravery and gallantry during the Vietnam War. Master Sgt. (then Staff Sgt.) Benavidez saved 8 men despite painful injuries. Share his story and perpetuate the legacy of the :
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National Medal Of Honor Museum Sep 24
Sergeant Major Thomas “Patrick” Payne was awarded the earlier this month for taking part in a daring raid to rescue hostages at an Islamic State prison. Learn more about his incredible story below!
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VMI Sep 25
Richard E. Byrd, Jr., VMI Class of 1908, was awarded the Medal of Honor for "distinguishing himself conspicuously by courage and intrepidity at the risk of his life" on his famed expedition. 📷: VMI Archives
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Congressional Medal of Honor Society Sep 25
We need your to continue our programs that and communities across the nation. Give today to support the many Recipient-led programs of the Society:
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VMI Sep 26
U.S. Army 1LT Edward R. Schowalter, Jr., VMI Class of 1951, was awarded the when he, "distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and indomitable courage above and beyond the call of duty." 📷: VMI Archives
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Leashes Up Close Sep 26
Inspire Stories of Honor: Michael Clair was there when a soccer ball gave Iraqi children a much-needed bounce. He saw how the $5 toy from Walmart made a huge difference to boys and girls who had next to nothing in life.
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Yi Wah Cheong 10h
Practice makes perfect! Last three days production rushing before our National Day holiday.
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JC Sep 25
Read his story, his name will never trend cause it would probably offend blue hair and pronouns twitter say his name
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Vote Biden/Harris and for a Democratic Senate Sep 24
At for the first time. This is the grave of the only recipient at BNC, WT Laddie Stuka, USN (1878 - 1946). WT is an obsolete enlisted rating (watertender) used from 1884 to 1948. WTs tended to fires and boilers in steamships’ engine room.
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U.S. Army Soldier For Life Sep 24
that there have been 45 Hispanic Soldiers who have been awarded the ? The most recent was SFC Leroy Petry in 2011 for saving the lives of his fellow Rangers in Afghanistan in 2008: .
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TEAMRODMERICA Sep 22
WISDOM AND HONOR 🇺🇸 Sergeant First Class Leroy A. Petry talks about . Petry was awarded the for acts of gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.
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WWII Memorial Friends Sep 27
Robert Roeder of was a Cpt in the & recipient for his actions during in 1944. He repeatedly encouraged his men and directed their defense against the enemy. He was killed in action the following day
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American Warrior Radio 20h
Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia and National Medal of Honor Museum President & CEO Joe Daniels on American Warrior Radio!
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Tara Ross 3h
Monday! 🇺🇸 Colonel Van T. Barfoot has been called “[o]ne of the most significant Native-American heroes of World War II.” He led his squad through a minefield and confronted three German tanks!
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Digital VA Sep 24
A myself, I was humbled to meet Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Mr. Hershel “Woody” Williams at the VAMC named in his honor. Mr. Williams received the in 1945 for his “valiant devotion to duty” during World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima.
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