Medal of Honor recipient Erevia dies

Santiago J. Erevia, an Army specialist who braved unremitting hostile fire to single-handedly destroy four enemy bunkers in a search-and-clear mission during the Vietnam War, an act of heroism recognized nearly half a century later with the Medal of Honor, died March 22. He was 70.
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