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yazmin, olivia&kailea

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Transcript of yazmin, olivia&kailea

patriotism
medal of honor recipients
James Anderson JR.,
Sacrifice
valor
Rubin is valor since he is brave enough to work in the army which he could probably risk his life
Norman Scott
Rubin is patriotism since he loves his country and that why he is in the army to save people lives who are in the country
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rubin
honor his family by following a military service in his family by saving lives of others
James Anderson JR
. risked his own life beyond call of duty for his fellow soldiers who would've died.
Norman Scott
,for extraordinary heroism and conspicuous intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty during action against enemy japanese forces and soon enough destroyed 8 hostile vessels and put others to flight.
James Anderson JR.
Tibor, Rubin
Yazmin, Olivia& Kailea
& SCOTT, NORMAN
Rubin Tibor,
Norman
, to the constant frustration of a formidable japanese offensive, he gallantly gave his life in the service of his country
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Rubin

sacrifice his life by saving the lives of forty fellow prisoners while they were fighting
Anderson JR

gave up his own life for his comrades in Vietnam so they could go back home to their families.

Private First Class
U.S. Marine Corps 3rd Marine division
Norman, to the consequent frustration of a formidable japanese offensive, he gallantly gave his life in the service of his country.
Norman, destroying 8 hostel vessels, and puting his team to flight, saved many lives. He also gave his life for the safety of his country.
rank; rear admiral
organization: U.S. Navy

born: 10 august 1889, indianapolis, ind.
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