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Tibor Rubin

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Tibor Rubin
Coming To America
Tibor Rubin was a Jewish boy who was born in Hungary, June 18, 1929. He got his citizenship between the years c.1953-1954
Ted is a survivor of 14 months in the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria. Liberated by the U.S. Army, he credits Army medics for saving the lives of survivors. He notes, “I thank God that I came to the United States.”
Becoming A GI JOE
Once the U.S Army saved him from the P.O.W Camp he swore he would show patriotism by
becoming a G.I. JOE for the U.S Army. Then when he became a GI Joe he had a big mission Corporal Tibor Rubin distinguished himself by extraordinary heroism during the period from July 23, 1950, to April 20, 1953, while serving as a rifleman with Company I, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division in the Republic of Korea. While his unit was retreating to the Pusan Perimeter, Corporal Rubin was assigned to stay behind to keep open the vital Taegu-Pusan Road link used by his withdrawing unit. During the ensuing battle, overwhelming numbers of North Korean troops assaulted a hill defended solely by Corporal Rubin.
Mr. Tibor (Ted) Rubin received the Medal of Honor during a White House ceremony on September 23, 2005. The reason he received the Medal was because he showed Citizenship, Honor, Courage, and Patriotism.
By: Brendan Abel, Waleed Saed
BEFORE THE ARMY
Receiving The Medal Of Honor.
Websites
www.army.mil/medalofhonor/rubin
www.google/images.com
Awards Earned
The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest medal for valor in combat that can be awarded to members of the armed forces.
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