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CHRISTIANA

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Transcript of CHRISTIANA

Medal Of Honor
Sammy Davis was a honorable American .He risked his life to save to his fellow comrades.

Mary edwards was the first and only women to win the medal of honor!! Thats a big deal...


Sammy Lee Davis is an American who served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War and was awarded the Nation's highest military medal for valor, the Medal of Honor.
PATRIOTISM
A person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors.
SAMMY L. DAVIS showed patriotism when he put his life before others.... thats showing he cares.
Fun Fact/SAMMY L. DAVIS
Davis retired in 1984 due to his war-time injuries.

Fun Fact/ MARY EDWARDS
In 1855, she earned her medical degree at Syracuse Medical College in New York, married and started a medical practice
FUN FACT
SAMMY L. DAVIS WAS BORN NOVEMBER 1,1946
SAMMY L. DAVIS


Davis was subsequently promoted to sergeant and received the Medal of Honor the following year from President Lyndon B. Johnson.[7] After he was presented the medal at the White house ceremony, Davis played "Oh Shenandoah" on his harmonica in memory of the men he served with in Vietnam.[5][

MY OPINION
CHRISTIANA CAMPBELL-TRIPLETT
After the war, she was approved for the highest United States Armed Forces decoration for bravery, the Medal of Honor, for her efforts during the Civil War. She is the only woman to receive the medal and one of only eight civilians to receive it. Her name was deleted from the Army Medal of Honor Roll in 1917
MARY EDWARDS WALKER
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