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Cameron Gause and Najdat Katicha

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on 13 September 2018

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John Chapman and Atkins both put their life at risk in the wars that they fought in. Both of these soldiers engaged enemies and held them off to let the army rescue other soldiers that were hurt or in a bad spot.
John Chapman
John Chapman fought in the battle of Takur Ghar in the war of Afghanistan . He was born on July 14, 1965 in Spring field Massachussetts.Chapman was a US Air Force and awarded the medal of honor on August 22, 2018 posthumously. The award was given to his wife by Donald Trump. Chapman sacrificed his life by engaging an enemy to stop him from shooting the helicopter down to rescue the rest of the team.He died in 2002.
Cameron Gause and Najdat Katicha
Thomas Atkins
Thomas E, Atkins fought gallantly on the Villa Verde Trail, Luzon,Philippine Islands. He was born on February 5, 1921. Thomas Atkins was a corporal in WW2, his job was to hold off enemy soldiers on the Villa Verde Trail, Luzon, Philippine Islands. Atkins grew up in Unman, South Carolina. He joined the army from December, 1942 to 1945. He died on September 15 1999. He received the medal of honor on march 10 1945 by Franklin d. Roosevelt.
Chapman fought in the war of afghanistan while Atkins fought in world war 2. Atkins was a corporal while Chapman was an air force.John Chapman was awarded the medal of honor posthumously in 2018 while Atkins was awarded still alive on March 10 1945 when he got awarded. Thomas Atkins was awarded by president Roosevelt while Chapman was awarded by Donald Trump.
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