Today, President Donald J. Trump awarded the Medal of Honor to former Specialist Five James C. McCloughan for conspicuous gallantry during the Vietnam War.
McCloughan received the Medal of Honor for distinguished actions during 48 hours of close-combat fighting against enemy forces near Don Que, Vietnam, from May 13 to 15, 1969. McCloughan, then 23 years old, voluntarily risked his life on nine separate occasions to rescue wounded and disoriented comrades. He suffered wounds from shrapnel and small arms fire on three separate occasions, but refused medical evacuation to stay with his unit, and continued to brave enemy fire to rescue, treat, and defend wounded Americans.
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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