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Kendall Lennon

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on 6 September 2014

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Stanley T. Adams
Years Lived
Stanley T. Adams was born on May 9, 1922 and died April 19, 1999 at the age of 76.
Section of the Military
Stanley T. Adams was a Sgt. 1st class in the army.
Date the Medal of Honor was Issued
Stanley T. Adams received the Medal Of Honor August 2, 1951.
Wars Served In
Stanley T. Adams served in both World War II and the Korean War.
What he did to receive the Medal of Honor
Stanley T. Adams lead a group of 13 to fight about 250 enemy troops and continued to fight even after being injured (shoot in the leg with a bullet and knocked over from grenades).
Definition of Honor
Honor means good reputation, good quality or character as judged by other people.
How Stanley T. Adams showed Honor
He has a great character because even when he got injured, he didn't let his men go fight and possibly die while he stayed behind, he went and fought with them.
Definition of Valor
Courage or bravery.
How Stanley T. Adams
showed Valor
Even while greatly out numbered, Stanley still went in to fight.
Definition of Patriotism
Adams was a Sgt. 1st class in the U.S. Army, unless he truly loved his country he wouldn't be in such a high position.
How Stanley T. Adams showed Patriotism
Love that people feel for their country.
Definition of
The act of giving up something that you want to keep especially in order to get or do something else to help someone.
How Stanley T. Adams showed Sacrifice
Even though it could have ended his life, Adams went into battle and faced grenades, bullets, and soldiers.

Bernard Francis
Section of the
Bernard F. Fisher was a major in the US Air Force.
Wars Served In
Bernard F. Fisher served in the Vietnam War.
What he did to receive
the Medal of Honor
While being fired upon by enemy troops, he landed his plane and rescued a downed pilot.
Date the Medal
of Honor was
Fisher received his award January 19, 1967.
Years Lived
Francis was born January 11, 1927 and died August 16, 2014 at the age of 87.
How Bernard F. Fisher
showed Honor
He landed to saved a down pilot even though he could possibly be downed as well.
How Bernard F. Fisher
showed Valor
He could have easily died in the gun fire but he went to save the downed pilot anyways.
How Bernard F. Fisher
showed Patriotism
Fisher was trying to protect the American camp before he went down to rescue his fellow pilot.
How Bernard F. Fisher
showed Sacrifice
Fisher was sacrificing his life to rescue the downed pilot.


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