An extraordinary hero who waited 50 years for full recognition for saving the lives of eight men in Vietnam and assisting in the rescue of 36 others is the grand marshal of Dearborn’s Memorial Day Parade on May 28.
The parade theme is “Medal of Honor,” and for good reason. The grand marshal is retired Lt. Col. Charles “Chuck” Kettles, who received the Medal of Honor for piloting a helicopter during four harrowing flights under enemy fire to reach 44 doomed soldiers in 1967.
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National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation’s Griffin Institute Partners with Texas A&M’s Hollingsworth Center for Applied Leadership Studies
New collaboration aims to instill Medal of Honor values in Corps of Cadets members ARLINGTON, TX – The National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation’s Griffin Institute is pleased