First Lieutenant John Robert Fox was killed in action when he deliberately called for artillery fire on his own position, after his position was overrun, in order to defeat a German attack in the vicinity of Sommocolonia, northern Italy during World War II. . Fox was only 29 years old when he called artillery fire on his own position the day after Christmas in 1944, . More than fifty years after his death, Fox was awarded the Medal of Honor.
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On December 26, 1944, First Lieutenant John Robert Fox deliberately called for the artillery fire on his own position during World War II. He deemed this sacrifice necessarily in order to defeat a German attack in Italy, as his position had been overrun by the enemy. Fox was only 29 years old when h