Charles Bronson, In 1943, enlisted in the United States Army Air Forces and served as a B-29 aerial gunner as a Superfortress crewman with the 39th Bombardment Group based in Guam. He was awarded a Purple Heart for wounds received during his service.
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Ryan Lee, master at arms, and Petty Officer 1st Class Valdo, working dog, sleep on a hospital floor in Kandahar. Valdo and Lee both were wounded by shrapnel in a rocket propelled grenade attach in Bala Murghab District, Badghis Province, on April 4, 2011. Both Lee and Valdo were awarded Purple Heart medals. Valdo fully recovered after five surgeries, served another year, then retired and now lives with Lee in New Jersey.
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Purple Heart Award
Valor awards for CPT (then 1LT) James H. Fields, Sr (1920-1970) US Army. Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at risk of life above and beyond the call of duty....in action at Rechicourt, France, on 27 September 1944. His eagerness and determination to close with the enemy and to destroy him was an inspiration to the entire command, and are in the highest traditions of the U.S. Armed Forces. Other awards received include Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart.
The Combat Infantryman's Badge
Being a retired Infantryman, I get asked regularly what awards do I have. I am amazed at how many civilians know what an ARCOM is. Everyone knows what a Purple Heart is, and some even know what a few other "high ranking" awards are.As an Infantryman, there are really only 3 things that matter. Your SSI (shoulder sleeve Insignia) because it is an honor to fight with your unit, your EIB (Expert infantryman's Badge) because it shows that you are proficient in your jobs and duties,...
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Sgt Christopher Ramirez was killed in April 2004 during combat operations in Iraq. He was awarded the Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.
Valor awards for SGT Leroy Johnson (1919-1944) US Army. Medal of Honor (posthumously) for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action above and beyond the call of duty on 15 December 1944, at Limon, Leyte, Philippine Islands. Through his outstanding gallantry in sacrificing his life for his comrades, Sergeant Johnson provided a shining example of the highest traditions of the U.S. Army. Other awards; Silver Star, Purple Heart (2). Read more