Do you know an individual or organization that has gone above and beyond to help others?

Nominate a hometown hero for the Society’s Citizen Honors Awards. Nominations close Dec. 31!


Click on “Citizen Honors” below to submit your nomination.

Chartered by Congress in 1958

Medal of Honor Society

Honor the Sacrifice; Inspire the Future.

The Society’s membership is comprised of those who wear the Medal of Honor, the United States’ highest military award for valor. Through the Society's Outreach, Education and History initiatives, the Medal of Honor Recipients continue their service across the nation.

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Every Medal, a story to be told. Every Recipient, a part of something greater.

Gallantry in action. Intrepidity. Above and beyond the call of duty. Risk of life. Selflessness. Exemplary action. Unwavering devotion. Conspicuous gallantry. Extraordinary heroism. The words enshrined with the Medal of Honor citations capture the best of what it means to be human.

By serving, remembering, supporting, and honoring the sacrifice of the Recipients, by sharing the stories and values inherent in them, we understand the responsibility and potential within each one of us to inspire the world.

The Recipients

Each Recipient has their own story to tell. Discover over 3,500 stories of courage and sacrifice.

The Medal

A distinguished award presented only to the deserving, each Medal of Honor tells a story of its own.

For Educators

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Connect With Recipients

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Citizen Honors

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Support The Mission

The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation raises funds to support the programs of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. Join us by supporting the mission.

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