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Cara Jensen and Ariel clampitt
Transcript of Cara Jensen and Ariel clampitt
Kyle's characteristic is sacrifice. While on duty, he placed himself between him and his fellow marine when a bomb was thrown in front of them. He shielded him from the bomb and saved his life. Carpenter was willing to sacrifice himself for his friend.
William Shemin Characteristic
William characteristics is sacrifice. Shemin ran out from his position in clear sighting of the germans while the germans were also in an opened and maintained furious burst of gun fire trying to save other teammates who were hurt.
Lance Corporal Kyle Carpenter
Kyle is the youngest living Medal of Honor recipient.
Kyle served in the War of Afghanistan.
He received the Medal of Honor on June 19, 2014.
He was born on October 17, 1989 and raised in Flowood, Mississippi.
Kyle served in the U.S Marine Corps for 4 years as a rifleman sharpshooter.
Sergeant William Shemin
William shemin was an sergeant in U.S army during World War 1 (second battle of the Marine). World war 1, France, Germany & belgium . 1918-1919
Shemin was a rifleman.
Shemin was born on Oct. 14,1896.
Shemin's branch was infantry
Awarded (MOH) June 2,2015.
Compare and Contrast
Both sacrificed their lives for others.
Survived a war
Both were born in the United States
Both were awarded by Barack Obama
Cara Jensen and Ariel Clampitt
Both fought different wars
Born in different states
Different branches of service
Both had different ranks
The Sacrifice That Saved Others