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Novosel, Michael Vietnam War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with Michael Novosel, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Vietnam War.

O’Brien, George Korean War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with George O’Brien, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Korean War.

McCool, Richard World War II Recipient

Living history interview with Richard McCool, Medal of Honor Recipient for the World War II.

McNerney, David Vietnam War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with David McNerney, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Vietnam War.

Stone, James Korean War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with James Stone, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Korean War.

Medal of Honor: The History

Medal of Honor: The History, follows the medal’s journey from the time its design was first conceived in 1861,the difficulties in obtaining congressional approval during the Civil War to the […]

Sitter, Carl Korean War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living History interview with Carl Sitter, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Korean War.

Lang, George C. Vietnam War Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with George C. Lang, Medal of Honor Recipient for the Vietnam War.

Sorenson, Richard World War II Medal of Honor Recipient

Living History interview with Richard Sorenson, Medal of Honor Recipient for World War II.

Citizen Honors – United Through Reading, 2016 Service Honoree

United Through Reading (UTR) was selected for its innovative and grassroots response to a critical need in the armed forces community, their exceptional international impact on military families, and demonstrating […]

Introduction to Character Development Program

Introduction to the Medal of Honor Character Development Program.

Wiedorfer, Paul World War II Medal of Honor Recipient

Living history interview with Paul Wiedorfer, Medal of Honor Recipient for World War II.