Dorie MIller, a messman in the U.S. Navy was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic deeds at Pearl Harbor (1st African American to be awarded the Navy Cross). ALL HE DID The Morning of Pearl Harbor Bombing was carry wounded sailors to safer locations, move his injured Captain (the Captain refused to leave his post & remained until his death), load machine guns, take control of one & began firing at Japanese planes (He HAD NO TRAINING IN OPERATING ONE). He fired until he ran out of ammunition.

Dorie MIller, a messman in the U.S. Navy was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic deeds at Pearl Harbor (1st African American to be awarded the Navy Cross). ALL HE DID The Morning of Pearl Harbor Bombing was carry wounded sailors to safer locations, move his injured Captain (the Captain refused to leave his post & remained until his death), load machine guns, take control of one & began firing at Japanese planes (He HAD NO TRAINING IN OPERATING ONE). He fired until he ran out of ammunition.

Staff Sergeant Aubrey L. McDade, Jr. is a United States Marine who was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions in which he rescued two fellow Marines during an enemy ambush in Iraq in 2004. McDade, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, received the Department of the Navy’s second highest award for valor while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 7, 1st Marine Division.

Staff Sergeant Aubrey L. McDade, Jr. is a United States Marine who was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions in which he rescued two fellow Marines during an enemy ambush in Iraq in 2004. McDade, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, received the Department of the Navy’s second highest award for valor while serving with Company B, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, Regimental Combat Team 7, 1st Marine Division.

Medium Wall CROSS  3layer  United States NAVY by happygoose my dad would love this!

Wall Cross - Wood Cross - Military - Medium - United States NAVY (can be made in any branch)

Medium Wall CROSS 3layer United States NAVY by happygoose my dad would love this!

Lieutenant General Lewis Burwell "Chesty" Puller (June 26, 1898 – October 11, 1971) Puller is the most decorated U.S. Marine in history, and the only Marine to be awarded five Navy Crosses.

Lieutenant General Lewis Burwell "Chesty" Puller (June 26, 1898 – October 11, 1971) Puller is the most decorated U.S. Marine in history, and the only Marine to be awarded five Navy Crosses.

Major Kurt Chew-Een Lee (Ret.) who died on March 3, 2014 at the age of 88 was the first officer in the U.S. Marine Corps of Asian descent. He was also a hero in the Korean War earning a Navy Cross and Silver Star for his actions.

Major Kurt Chew-Een Lee (Ret.) who died on March 3, 2014 at the age of 88 was the first officer in the U.S. Marine Corps of Asian descent. He was also a hero in the Korean War earning a Navy Cross and Silver Star for his actions.

Lily Bloom Cross Body Purse Navy cross body purse with multicolored flowers. 3 different size zip pockets Lily Bloom  Bags Crossbody Bags

Lily Bloom Cross Body Purse Navy cross body purse with multicolored flowers. 3 different size zip pockets Lily Bloom Bags Crossbody Bags

U.S. Marine ‘Gunny’ to receive Navy Cross for heroic acts in Afghanistan | BARE NAKED ISLAM

U.S. Marine ‘Gunny’ to receive Navy Cross for heroic acts in Afghanistan | BARE NAKED ISLAM

(Lee Marvin said,) "at Iwo, I served under  the bravest man I ever knew... what he did for his Navy Cross made mine look cheap. He stood on Red beach and directed his  troops to move forward off the beach..  Bullets flying by, with mortar rounds landing everywhere and he  stood there as the main target of gunfire so that he could get his  men to safety. more than once because his men's safety was more important than his own life." The Sergeant's name: Bob Keeshan - Captain Kangaroo.

(Lee Marvin said,) "at Iwo, I served under the bravest man I ever knew... what he did for his Navy Cross made mine look cheap. He stood on Red beach and directed his troops to move forward off the beach.. Bullets flying by, with mortar rounds landing everywhere and he stood there as the main target of gunfire so that he could get his men to safety. more than once because his men's safety was more important than his own life." The Sergeant's name: Bob Keeshan - Captain Kangaroo.

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