Retired Col. Ralph Puckett received the medal on Friday.
Rest in peace.
"If you watched his body language ... you would get the message, 'I'm not the one to mess with.'"
It took the U.S. Army more than two days to answer the question: When are you officially a Ranger?
"Frankly, I'm pretty angry right now," he told CBS. "I'm angry about the traitors who stormed the Capitol."
"It’s not Hollywood, it’s not sexy. It’s the down and dirty — guys doing what had to be done.”
“Sergeant Cameron Meddock was a phenomenal Ranger, and his selfless service represents the very best of our great natio.”
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