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Medal Of Honor Essay by Christina Merchant
Transcript of Medal Of Honor Essay by Christina Merchant
Valor is having great courage in the face of danger. Soldiers receive their Medals by being valorous. Valor is important because soldiers show how they act around danger and they respond to it. Medal of Honor citizens are awarded because of their valorous, courageous, honorable, and patriotic actions. Each soldiers has their own story of how they got the Medal. Valor is important because you can't run away from something that scares you.
Courage is also important when receiving the Medal of Honor. Courage is the ability to do something that frightens someone. For example, Sammy L. Davis gets shot with a beehive gun, but still kept going. Many soldiers got the Medal of Honor for courageous acts like Mary E. Walker, Tibor Rubin, and many more. They all accomplished the great award called the Medal of Honor for the acts for their country.
In conclusion, valor and courage are important in battle. The Medal of Honor recipients prove that they can protect this country and its people. The most recent person to reci
The Medal of Honor is one the rarest Medals you can receive. The Medal of Honor is received by one's brave actions. This statement clearly shows that
are very important when receiving the Medal of Honor. People like Sammy L. Davis, Tibor Rubin, Mary E. Walker, etc received the Medal of Honor for their valorous and courage acts. The Medal gives out awards for Honor, Courage, Valor, and Patriotism. This clearly shows that courage and valor are very important when receiving the Medal of Honor.
Medal Of Honor Essay
Having great courage in the face of danger; especially in battle.
The ability to something that frightens one.