Congressional Medal of Honor Society

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Richard Bates

Interim 1865 - 1870

1866 - off Eastport, Maine, USA

John Brown

Interim 1865 - 1870

1866 - off Eastport, Maine, USA

Thomas Burke

Interim 1865 - 1870

1866 - off Eastport, Maine, USA

James Carey

Interim 1865 - 1870

1867 - near Rio de Janeiro

John Cooper

Interim 1865 - 1870

1865 - Mobile, Alabama, USA

Frank du Moulin

Interim 1865 - 1870

1867 - New London Harbor, Connecticut, USA

Frederick W. Gerber

Interim 1865 - 1870


William Halford

Interim 1865 - 1870

1870 - Pacific Ocean

Patrick Mullen

Interim 1865 - 1870

1865 - off the coast of Virginia, Virginia, USA

John Robinson

Interim 1865 - 1870

1867 - Pensacola Bay, Florida, USA

Thomas Robinson

Interim 1865 - 1870

1866 - off New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

William B. Stacy

Interim 1865 - 1870

1866 - Cape Haiten harbor, Haiti
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Medal of Honor Recipients are a part of something greater. They collectively embody the values that we as a country strive to uphold—courage, bravery, and the desire and dedication to do what is right in the midst of life’s most difficult circumstances. But they are also unique. They are parents and siblings, colleagues and friends. They are ordinary people who did extraordinary things, each with their own story to tell.

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War on Terrorism (Iraq)

Thomas P. Payne

Payne was awarded the Medal of Honor in a White House ceremony on September 11, 2020, making him the most recent Recipient of the Medal of Honor. He was recognized for his actions in Iraq on October 22, 2015.

World War II

John W. Finn

When Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941, the Japanese forces also attacked other U.S. interests, including Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Finn took a lead in defending the Naval Air Station located there.

Vietnam War

Robert H. Jenkins Jr.

Jenkins used his body as a shield to save the life of another Marine during the Vietnam War on March 5, 1969.

World War II

Silvestre S. Herrera

During World War II, Herrera became a one-man Army, charging strongholds to allow the capture of two emplacements and enabling his company to advance.

Korean War

Ronald E. Rosser

Rosser, aged 90, passed away on August 26, 2020. He was presented the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Korean War on January 12, 1952.

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