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During the 4th to 5th of June 1971, Jon R. Cavaiani, would take action against the enemy with conspicuous gallantry, extraordinary heroism and intrepidity at the risk of his life, above and beyond the call of duty in Vietnam, and thereby later presented with the MOH after spending 2 years as a POW.

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Congressional medal of honor winner Col. Wesley L. Fox, USMC (Ret.), he retired from the Marine Corps in 1993 after forty-three years of distinguished service. In addition to the Medal of Honor, he received two awards of the Legion of Merit, a Bronze Star with Combat V, four awards of the Purple Heart, and numerous commendations. Col. Fox is someone I have the privileged to know personally and he was a strong influence on my oldest son though-out the latter half of his teenage years.

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Private 1st Class Harold Gonsalves, U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor award winner as a result of brave actions during the Battle of Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, World War II April 15, 1945.

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Corporal Duane E. Dewey, US Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient near Panmunjom, Korea April 16, 1952.

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Sergeant Kyle J. White, US Army Medal of Honor recipient near the Village of Aranas, Waigul Valley, Nuristan Province, Afghanistan November 9, 2007.

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Private First Class Ralph E. Dias, US Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient Que Son Mountains, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam November 12, 1969.

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