Sergeant Reckless a highly decorated US Marine Corps artillery horse in the Korean War pictured beside a 75mm recoilless rifle.
Marine War Horse Honored For Battlefield Bravery In Korean War
This war horse repeatedly mounted steep mountains to transport ammo to frontline troops and bring wounded Marines to safety.
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Hershel “Woody” Williams, Medal of Honor recipient and WWII veteran, salutes a Marine during a sunset parade at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia on July 7, 2015.
An Iwo Jima Medal Of Honor Recipient Reflects On That Fateful Battle
Medal of Honor recipient Hershel ‘Woody’ Williams discusses the Battle of Iwo Jima’s impact on his life and the sacrifice of his fellow Marines.
Spc. Ty Carter sits in an observation post halfway up the mountain near Combat Outpost Keating, in Nuristan province, Afghanistan, in 2009.
Ty Carter Explains What It’s Like To Wear The Medal Of Honor
Medal of Honor recipient Ty Carter speaks to Task & Purpose about what life is like since receiving the Medal of Honor.
Army Captain (Ret.) Florent Groberg speaks at his Medal of Honor Hall of Heroes induction ceremony at the Pentagon, Nov. 13, 2015.
DoD To Review 1,100 Post-9/11 Valor Awards For Possible Upgrades To MOH
More than 1,000 post-9/11 recipients of awards for valor to be reviewed for upgrades to the Medal of Honor.
Col. Terry Ferrell, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division commander, shakes hands with Sgt. Michael Trump, Nov. 22, at Patrol Base Murray.
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UNSUNG HEROES: The Soldier Who Evacuated His Teammates From Inside A Blasted Bradley
Army Sgt. Michael Trump provided critical aid and direction after two successive IED blasts injured nine soldiers.
Sgt. Alvin C. York, 328th Infantry, who with the aid of 7 men, captured 132 German prisoners, shows the hill on which the raid took place on October 8, 1918 in the Argonne Forest, near Cornay, France after World War I.
The Almost Unbelievable Story Of The MOH Recipient Who Took Out 20 German Soldiers During World War I
Almost a century ago, Alvin York led seven soldiers in a charge against a large German force, singlehandedly killing 20 and capturing 132, so the story goes.