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    http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/moh1.htm
    Do your best, do what is right

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    I've surfed through the Medal of Honor site before. Many of the citations are inspiring and make me very proud to be an American. To those who were honored with the Medal of Honor posthumously and those who are no longer with us god bless you all. To those who live to wear the Medal of Honor I thank you for your valor, courage, and heroism. I count you all among my heros.

    (On a lighter note) Many of you aren't aware but I earned the Army Achievement Medal in the Battle of Hunter Liggett in the summer of 1994 when I was with D Co, 2nd Battallion, 159th Infantry, CANG. It was ferocious. I never was able to get all of the soot out my BFA when we stood down. I still remember the smell of the buring powder and the sting of the sweat as it dripped into my eyes. God Bless the Infantry!
    If you see me running try to keep up!

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      I forgot to mention:

      If you are ever in Indianapolis, a great place to visit, except in summer and winter...fall is best, swing by the downtown canal to visit the Medal of Honor Memorial. It honors all CMH recepeints and was built in 1999, I think. They dedicated it in May, inviting all living CMH recepeints to Indy, they also participated as Grand Marshalls for the Indy 500 Festival Parade.

      The USS Indianapolis Memorial is also on the canal, a short walk away.
      Do your best, do what is right

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