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By: Cathryn Boga and Sadie Koch

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Transcript of By: Cathryn Boga and Sadie Koch

Honor is a prime aspect of the battlefield. Clarence Sasser displayed great honor and integrity when he tended to his fellow soldiers who were injured 5 hours after the initial attack. Soldiers in the army will always look up to Clarence and his honorable actions on the battlefield in the Vietnam War.
Clarence Sasser: Honor
Richard Allen Anderson
Richard A. Anderson: Honor
In the Vietnam War, Clarence Sasser went to Ding Tuong Province, Vietnam to fight for his country. At the age of 21, Clarence drafted into the army, giving up his college deferment to fight for his country and what he believed in. Out of love for his country, he chose defending his home over receiving a college education.Today he has put his stamp on history as an proud American who had the courage to fight for the country he loved.
Clarence Sasser: Patriotism
Anderson also represented sacrifice. During the sneak attack he was shooting at the enemy even though he was already badly wounded in the legs and was on the ground with his stomach to the ground. He could have easily just have just went to safety with some of his other teammates but instead he stayed on the battlefield.
Richard A. Anderson: Sacrifice
By: Cathryn Boga and Sadie Koch
Clarence Sasser & Richard A. Anderson
Being a Medal of Honor recipient, Clarence Sasser displayed amazing valor on the battlefield. Having amazing courage, Clarence dragged himself 100 meters across the Vietnam mud in an effort to treat an injured soldier despite the fact that his legs were immobilized from two wounds and the enemy was still attacking. He will forevermore be remembered for saving fellow soldiers with his incredible valor and perseverance.
Clarence Sasser: Valor
Richard A. Anderson: Valor
During the sneak attack he demonstrated a great full and memorable action of valor ship. He continued shooting at the enemy even though he was shot by a enemy soldier who was about 8 feet away from but he kept on shooting so he can protect his teammates and to try and help his country not be defeated by the enemy country.
Everyday, men and women in the Army make sacrifices to fight for their country. Clarence Sasser made a great sacrifice on January 10,1968 when he helped soldiers from his group escape to relative safety during the attack when he had the opportunity to escape, but didn't. Not only that, for 5 hours until they could get to safety, he treated the wounded soldiers despite the fact that his legs were immobilized and was hit in the shoulder with fragments of exploded rocket. His great sacrifice will be admired for many years to come.
Clarence Sasser: Sacrifice
Richard A. Allen displayed honor in a amazing way. He was defending his teammates by a sneak attack by the enemy and was shot at until he eventually died by taking full impact from a grenade and he only served 1 year in the Vietnam war.
Richard A. Anderson: Patriotism
During the invasion, Richard A. Anderson, was shooting the enemy and a grenade was thown inbetween him and a teammate who was trying to heal his wound so he rolled over the U.S. weapon and took the full impact of the grenade. He died for protecting on of the U.S. weapons and protecting his teammates. Not a lot of people would risk their lives to save a U.S. weapon instead of themselves. He died at the age 21.
Sources: Both for Clarence Sasser and Richard Anderson
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