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Alwyn Cashe, Audie Murphy, Mary Walker among choices to replace bases named after Confederates
The list includes the names of 87 Americans who served bravely and honorably.
Meet the legendary Marine behind one of the most badass battle cries ever
“Come on, you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?”
Feminist, surgeon, spy: Meet the only woman to ever receive the Medal of Honor
She received the medal for her “valuable service” and “earnest and untiring” efforts.
Marine Corps says goodbye to its ‘Island Warrior’ infantry battalion after 80 years
"It is still hard to say goodbye to a unit that has so completely defined the experience of being a Marine."
The wild story of Marine legend Smedley Butler that you won’t hear at boot camp
He was known nationally by his many nicknames: “The Fighting Hell-Devil Marine,” “Old Gimlet Eye,” “The Leatherneck’s Friend,” and “The Fighting Quaker.”
Selfless service and sacrifice: Meet the 3 newest Medal of Honor recipients
“Today we honor three outstanding soldiers whose actions embody the highest ideals of selfless service."
Alwyn Cashe was a hero to his soldiers long before he charged into a burning vehicle in Iraq
“That’s when I saw Sgt. Cashe at the back of the Bradley ... The only thing he asked me was, ‘Where are the boys at?'”
This is Daniel Inouye, a one-man wrecking crew and the namesake of the Navy’s newest warship
He was shot by a sniper, blown up by a grenade, and then shot again, yet somehow he kept going.
This Army post is honoring three legendary soldiers for their remarkable bravery on the battlefield
"[T]ake some time to remember these three incredible Dogface Soldiers."
9 months after getting Pentagon approval, Alwyn Cashe still hasn’t received the Medal of Honor
The family of Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe is still waiting.
Smedley Butler’s fiery speech to World War I veterans is still relevant today
'Makes me so damn mad, a whole lot of people speak of you as tramps. By God, they didn't speak of you as tramps in 1917 and '18.'
Black and Native American heroes from as far back as WWII may see Medal of Honor upgrades
The military services need to sort through thousands of citations.
Native American Korean War hero who gave his life for his men gets the graphic novel he deserves
"Cpl. Red Cloud's dauntless courage ... reflects the highest credit upon himself."
WWII Marine Medal of Honor recipient welcomes great-grandson to the Corps
"The only advice I think I gave him was to do the very best that he could and then to do a little more."
America’s newest Medal of Honor recipient: ‘Our greatest enemy is ourselves’
"While we have many enemies of this country today who want to see us fall, there’s no greater enemy in my opinion than ourselves."
Army Ranger who led 60 men in hellish battle against hundreds to receive the Medal of Honor 70 years later
Retired Col. Ralph Puckett received the medal on Friday.
This Medal of Honor recipient crashed his plane on purpose to get to his downed wingman
What he did that day had never been attempted before, and has never been repeated since.
Three immigrants who earned the US military’s highest award for combat bravery
As Alfred V. Rascon fought through a rain of grenades, gunfire, and mortars in a heavily engaged firefight, neither Rascon...
‘Gallantry, guts and gumption’ — The two-hour battle in the Pacific that turned a Navy captain into a legend
“This is going to be a fighting ship. I intend to go in harm’s way, and anyone who doesn’t want to go along had better get off right now."
It’s National Medal of Honor Day and Alwyn Cashe still doesn’t have his
“I want to know where we are,” Cashe's sister said. “The importance of today did not pass me by.”
The insane heroism of Medal of Honor recipient John Chapman is getting a movie
"John’s actions saved all of us."
The first Medal of Honor action ever captured on video happened 19 years ago
This is incredible.
52 years ago, this airman threw himself on a burning flare to save his crew
After his aircraft was hit by an enemy mortar round, John Levitow saved his entire aircrew from certain death.
How letters from home carried this Medal of Honor recipient through his deployments
"I really enjoy that physical feeling of getting a letter from someone or sending one."