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Mahmoud Hasan and Nick Ferlisi
Transcript of Mahmoud Hasan and Nick Ferlisi
Luther Skaggs Jr
Valor: I chose valor because he showed bravery when he was fighting back the japanese whenhe had a shattered leg.
Nick Ferlisi and Mahmoud Hasan
James P. Fleming
Born March 21, 1943, (age 75)
Years 1966-1996 service
from Sedalia, Missouri
fought in Vietnam War
Rewards: Medal of Honor, Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Meritorious Service Medal,Air Medal
Sacrifice:I chose sacrifice beacuse he did not think about his own life he thought about the 6 man team that was underfire and his helcopter was low on fuel.He saved 6 man team
1.He was born in Henderson ,KY
2.Private First Class
3.Fought in World War II
5.He was presented the award by president Harry s, trueman
6. awards: Medal of Honor,
Luther skaggs jr
1.Luther was in the marines and james was in the air force.
2.Luther is dead and James is alive'
3.Luther was in World War 2 and James was in the Vietnam War.
4. Luther was born in Kentucky and James was born in Missouri
5.Luther was a Coropral and James was a Colonel
1.They were both Born in the month of March
2.They both are American
3. They both were deployed overseas
4.They both have the medal of honor
5.They both Have multiple rewards.
Kyle came home one day from school he was mad because he just failed his history test about the Medal of Honor recipients James P. Fleming and Luther Skaggs Jr his parents where not home and when he opened his door to his house he found to strange men in his house.
“HEY! WHO ARE YOU WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN MY HOYUSE GET OUT BEFORE I CALL 911” said Kyle. “we were waiting for you Kyle” at that moment he realized that the two men that are in his house are James P. Fleming and Luther. Kyle said “wait what are you doing here” Luther said “that we came to help you with the history test that you just failed so when you retake it you will be able to get an A.” Kyle says “ok what did you guys do". They both looked at each other and smiled.
The History Test
"I went to the aid of a 6-man special forces long range reconnaissance patrol that was in danger of being overrun by a large, heavily armed hostile force. Despite the knowledge that 1 helicopter had been downed by intense hostile fire, I descended, and balanced his helicopter on a river bank with the tail boom hanging over open water. The patrol could not penetrate to the landing site and he was forced to withdraw. Dangerously low on fuel, I repeated his original landing maneuver. Disregarding my own safety I remained in this exposed position I did not care if I had a chance of dieing i was just trying to save my buddys life . Hostile fire crashed through his windscreen as the patrol boarded my helicopter I made a successful takeoff through a barrage of hostile fire and recovered safely at a forward base. best part is I saved my men that day." fleming said. "wow you are a hero I am proud to take my test about you." kyle said "son I was just doing my job" said fleming. kyle says i went on CMOHS.ORG it says on your pageFor conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Company F was advancing in dense jungle northwest of Cam Lo in an effort to extract a heavily besieged reconnaissance patrol. Pfc. Anderson's platoon was the lead element and had advanced only about 200 meters when they were brought under extremely intense enemy small-arms and automatic weapons fire. The platoon reacted swiftly, getting on line as best they could in the thick terrain, and began returning fire. Pfc. Anderson found himself tightly bunched together with the other members of the platoon only 20 meters from the enemy positions. As the fire fight continued several of the men were wounded by the deadly enemy assault. Suddenly, an enemy grenade landed in the midst of the marines and rolled alongside Pfc. Anderson's head. Unhesitatingly and with complete disregard for his personal safety, he reached out, grasped the grenade, pulled it to his chest and curled around it as it went off. Although several marines received shrapnel from the grenade, his body absorbed the major force of the explosion. In this singularly heroic act, Pfc. Anderson saved his comrades from serious injury and possible death. His personal heroism, extraordinary valor, and inspirational supreme self-sacrifice reflected great credit upon himself and the Marine Corps and upheld the highest traditions of the U.S. Naval Service. He gallantly gave his life for his country. Luther says "yup thats all true kyle you got all that right, we have to go know make sure you study make us pround ok" kyle says "ok"
The very next day kyle retook the history test and got the best grade in all 7 periods he got a 103% with the meshbucks he saved up his teacher was very proud of him and he said "Kyle how did you get such a good grade on the test" kyle smiles then says "you would not belive me if i told you."