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Former Green Beret pardoned for murder loses first round in fight to get his Special Forces tab back
The Army risks raising the ire of President Donald Trump, who pardoned Golsteyn on Nov. 15, little more than three months before the former Green Beret was expected to stand...
Black Hawk pilot receives Distinguished Service Cross for heroically shielding Green Berets from enemy fire
Then-Chief Warrant Officer 3 Christopher C. Palumbo received the Distinguished Service Cross Award on Thursday for his actions during a battle on April 11, 2005
Retired Green Beret to be awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for heroics in Afghanistan
"Sgt. 1st Class Hawks, without regard for his own safety dismounted from his vehicle and charged toward the enemy position on the high ground."
Army recruiter awarded Distinguished Service Cross for dragging fellow soldiers to safety under enemy fire in Afghanistan
"My dad always told me that if you're going to do something, do it right"
Soldier posthumously receives Distinguished Service Cross for sacrificing himself to save a Polish soldier in Afghanistan
The Distinguished Service Cross was awarded posthumously to Army Staff Sergeant Michael H. Ollis in a ceremony marked by pomp and circumstance, poignant speeches, applause
Soldier awarded Distinguished Service Cross for picking up live grenade and throwing it back at the enemy
"I'll continue to serve until the Army tells me I can't serve."
An Army special operations warrant officer is now the only soldier on active duty with two Distinguished Service Crosses
A special operations soldier received his second Distinguished Service Cross during a ceremony on Wednesday, officials with U.S. Army Special Operations Command said
Army vet awarded Distinguished Service Cross for bravery in one of the deadliest firefights of the Afghan war
Citing his extraordinary leadership and bravery under fire, the Army paid tribute to Andrew Bundermann with the military's second-highest honor — the Distinguished Service Cross — during a ceremony at...
Army to award 12 Distinguished Service Crosses in final push to upgrade valor awards
These award upgrades are the final set of actions for the Army in light of a Pentagon-wide review of combat awards given after Sept. 11, 2001, launched in 2016 by...
Soldier killed in 2003 ‘Thunder Run’ invasion of Baghdad to receive Distinguished Service Cross
Staff Sgt. Stevon A. Booker, who was killed protecting his platoon's flank, will receive the nation's second-highest award for valor in a ceremony in Pittsburgh on April 5
Soldier who tackled a man in a suicide vest to have award upgraded to Distinguished Service Cross
Not everyone would engage "in hand to hand combat" with someone wearing a bomb
Soldier billed as ‘timeless example of heroism under fire’ to have award upgraded to Distinguished Service Cross
His actions let his soldiers inflict "severe punishment on a numerically superior enemy force."
A Vietnam War Hero Discusses How The Nature Of Combat Has Changed Over The Years
Perhaps the most telling thing about “Courage in Combat” lies in the upcoming book’s dedication: “To the select few who … Continued
UNSUNG HEROES: The Staff Sergeant Who Prevented The Taliban From Overrunning His Outpost
On Aug. 22, 2007, Staff Sgt. Erich R. Phillips was asleep in a remote outpost in the mountains of Afghanistan … Continued
UNSUNG HEROES: The Green Beret Who Crawled 90 Yards Under Heavy Fire To Save His Men
During a battle in Afghanistan that would last more than 17 hours, Sgt. 1st Class Brendan O’Connor crawled through a … Continued
UNSUNG HEROES: This EOD Technician Received The Distinguished Service Cross For Extraordinary Valor And Selflessness
When Staff Sgt. Jeffery Dawson joined an assault force to kill or capture a high-value Taliban leader in Kandahar, Afghanistan, … Continued