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KAI PRICE

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Transcript of KAI PRICE

HONOR
Valor
James L. Day, assisted
by six men, repelled 3
night attacks. This was an act of valor because he was brave enough to fight off those attacks, even when he had such a meager force
BIBLIOGRAPHY
http://www.local8now.com/home/headlines/Honoring-Our-Heroes-Sgt-Sammy-Davis-274399691
Patriotism
Sammy Davis went into the army right out of school in 1965 out of his love for the country. Later on in the army he went to Cai Lay with 11 guns and 44 men. He fought hard and scavenged for hurt soldiers and returned them to safety. Even after being shot in the buttocks, he refused medical attention and kept helping people
SAMMY DAVIS
&
JAMES L. DAY
KAI PRICE
&
VISHNU PREMKANTH
JAMES L. DAY
Sacrifice
Sammy Davis showed sacrifice on an astounding level. Even after he got shot, he never quit. He kept fighting and helping. He helped many people in a time of adversity
AMERICA
MEDAL OF HONOR
Sammy Davis
Corporal Davis lost half his men and remained at the forefront yelling encouragement and throwing hand grenades never giving up
Corporal L. Day showed enormous sacrifice in the military he ran through enemy fire to assist wounded soldiers. He put his life in risk for the life of other strangers
Sammy Davis fought the Vietnamese with 11 guns and 44 men. His acts of valor are displayed very highly, proving his worthiness of the medal
SAMMY DAVIS was a very
honorable man he fought
in the army to honor his
dad who also fought in
the war and he fought
strongly in unfavorable
odds and conditions
Corporal L Day was kind of honorable too no Sammy Davis but he was honorable i think he fought some people so yea
HONOR!!!!
http://www.cmohs.org/
THE END BY KAI PRICE NOT VISHNU
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