“I knew then that I had to go get to my teammates and help them."
"Germanovich directed his team’s withdrawal, then traversed 700 meters carrying a casualty up a mountain to a helicopter landing zone while directing close air support."
"I'm not going to give you a name. I'll just tell you we have a few right now that we're looking at."
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