FOX News – Cowboys’ Jerry Jones makes $20M donation to National Medal of Honor Museum

Jerry Jones made a very generous donation to the National Medal of Honor Museum on Thursday.

Jones, the Dallas Cowboys owner, president, and general manager, made the $20 million donation on National Medal of Honor Day, which recognizes the people who have been granted the nation’s high award: the Medal of Honor.

“Anyone who is successful in business has at times stood on the shoulders of others,” Jones said in a press release. “Never in my life have I had the opportunity to stand beside those who have given so much for the defense of freedom and our way of life. Medal of Honor recipients represent the very best of America and the values to which all heroes aspire. Supporting this project is a privilege.”

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