Articles Related to Medal of Honor

New MOH Graphic Novel from AUSA: Green Beret Roger Donlon

September 28, 2021

The twelfth and latest Association of the United States Army graphic novel in its Medal of Honor series focuses on Roger Donlon, the former Green Beret who was the first American to receive the nation’s highest…

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Latest MOH Graphic Novel from AUSA: The 1st Recipient, Jacob Parrott

June 15, 2021

The Association of the United States Army today released its latest graphic novel, Medal of Honor: Jacob Parrott. You can read it digitally or download a free copy at www.ausa.org/parrott Parrott, a young private in the 33rd…

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New National Medal of Honor Museum to Open in 2024

October 15, 2020

The Board of Directors of the National Medal of Honor Museum and Arlington, Texas, Mayor Jeff Williams recently unveiled a rendering of the museum, which is scheduled to open in Arlington in 2024. The modern,…

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Complimentary New Daniel Inouye Graphic Novel

June 4, 2020

Medal of Honor: Daniel Inouye, a new graphic novel created by a team of accomplished comic book veterans---the writer Chuck Dixon and the illustrators Christopher Ivy, Peter Pantazis, and Troy Peteri---has just been published by the…

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Chapter 780 Welcomes Medal of Honor Recipient

September 5, 2018

On Aug. 13, 2018, VVA Chapter 780 in Charleston, S.C., hosted Medal of Honor recipient Marine Maj. Gen. (Ret.) James E. Livingston, who gave a presentation on the Vietnam War Battle of Dai Do, where…

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Choosing Courage by Peter Collier

June 17, 2015

Peter Collier's Choosing Courage: Inspiring Stories of What It Means To Be a Hero  (Artisan, 240 pp., $18.95) is an image-heavy children's book (aimed at fourth to eight graders) that presents stories of American military…

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Company of Heroes by Eric Poole

March 24, 2015

During the first five months of 1970, wherever the men of Bravo Company (3rd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division) operated, NVA troops seemed to be waiting for them. That was a time of what…

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