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Preston and Eli

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on 30 August 2017

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Army Information
Rank: Specialist 5th Class
Entered Service at: Bangor, Maine
War: Vietnam War
Enlisted: August 29, 1968
Medal of Honor
Appointed Medal of Honor on July 31, 2017
Recieved Medal of Honor from current President Donald Trump
Early Life
McCloughan was born on April 30, 1946, in South Haven , Michigan
James spent his childhood in Bangor, Michigan
He graduated in 1968 with a Bachelors of Arts degree in sociology, and a teaching certificate.
Early Life
Salvator Giunta was born on January 21, 1985
Salvator grew up in Cedar Rapids
He Graduated from Colorada State Univertsity, with an Associate of Science Degree in Computer Networking Systems
Army Information
Rank: Staff Sergeant
Entered Service: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
War: Afghanistan War
Enlisted: November, 2003
Both soldiers are alive currently
Both served in war
Both were in the US Army
Both showed selflessness
Both recieved the Medal of Honor
Preston and Eli
James McCloughan
Salvatore Giunta
My Opinion
I think James Cloughan was very brave to run "100 meters in an open field through heavy fire to rescue a comrade too injured to move and carried him to safety." He deserves the Medal of Honor because he disobeyed orders to retreat 5 times just so he could rescue injured soldiers.
Medal of Honor
Issued Medal of Honor on November 11, 2010
Recieved Medal of Honor from President Barak Obama
My Opinion
I think that Salvatore's contribution to the US was heroic and should be appreciated more than it is. In war, he risked his life multiple times to save others. He knew he could have died, but he did it anyway. That is very selfless.
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