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Gordon and Shughart - Delta Force snipers who fought a heroic last stand in Mogadishu.

Salvatore Giunta - The first living recipient of the Medal of Honor since Vietnam.

William McBryar - Buffalo soldier and twenty-year U.S. Army veteran, he received a Medal of Honor fighting the Apache and was one of the first black officers in the history of the U.S. military.

John Basilone - Marine Corps legend and hero of Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima.

Leonard A. Funk - U.S. paratrooper who took out 40 Germans in 60 seconds.

Mitchell Paige - One Marine on Guadalcanal takes on 2,500 Japanese and wins.

Bruce Crandall - Gutsy helicopter pilot repeatedly flew into a hot LZ to save his men.

Henry T. Elrod - WWII Marine Aviator takes on 22 planes by himself over Wake Island, then leads infantry in a desperate last stand.

Edwin J. Hill - Navy Boatswain saved his ship from destruction during the raid on Pearl Harbor.

Rick Rescorla - A true American hero (from Britain).

Chuck Yeager - World War 2 pilot and the first person to ever break the sound barrier, Chuck tested planes, broke speed records, and trained astronauts for the United States for 3 decades.

Alvin York - Single-handedly killed 28 German soldiers and captured 132 more in a single day, no big deal.

Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. - Flipped a large middle finger to segregation and became the first African-American general of the United States Air Force.

Jose M. Lopez - Single-handedly killed a dickload of Germans with a machine gun during WWII.

Dan Daly - One of only two people to receive the medal of honor twice.

Audie Murphy - The most decorated soldier in American history.

David Bleak - Combat medic who took down the enemy with his bare hands in order to save his buddies.

Joe Medicine Crow - The last surviving War Chief of the Crow Tribe.

Daniel Inouye - WWII Japanese-American killed 25 Germans with one arm.

Dakota Meyer - The first Marine since Vietnam to receive the Medal of Honor and live to tell the tale.

Teddy Roosevelt - Adventurer, explorer, soldier, American President, Medal of Honor recipient, and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

Drew Dix - The lone Green Beret who single-handedly saved a South Vietnamese town from the Tet Offensive.

Vernon J. Baker - The only living black WWII soldier to receive the Medal of Honor, this guy personally led an assault on a fortified German castle.

Joe Foss - 26-kill WWII fighter ace, former commissioner of the AFL, and one-time president of the NRA.

Jacklyn H. Lucas - Dude jumps on two grenades, falls out of an airplane. Survives.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Desmond Doss - Combat medic receives the Medal of Honor for single-handedly carrying 75 wounded men out of a raging warzone.

Battle off Samar - With the American invasion of the Philippines hanging in the balance, seven daring destroyer captains desperately hurl themselves against the biggest Japanese battleship fleet ever put to sea.

Tibor Rubin - Hungarian-born Concentration Camp survivor turned American war hero.

Charles C. Rogers - When the NVA threatened to overrun American artillery at a critical firebase, this 40 year-old math major met them with a bayonet and an assault rifle.

Bennie Adkins - 86 hours of combat, 18 wounds, 145 enemy soldiers killed, one Medal of Honor awarded 48 years after the fact.

Douglas MacArthur - Fifty-two years of service, seventeen medals for bravery, a half-dozen outlaw shootouts, two World Wars, and the battle for Korea. One of America's most famous, controversial, and badass generals.

The Battle of Gettysburg - The epic turning point of a war to determine the fate of America forever.

Thomas Ward Custer - George Armstrong Custer's younger brother was the first man in American history to receive two Medals of Honor. He earned them both in the same week.

Ben L. Salomon - U.S. Army dentist turn surgeon who head-butted an enemy soldier for threatening one of his patients.

Edward L. Baker - Lars Ulrich's great-godfather was a hardcore Old West Buffalo Soldier Sergeant-Major who fought Apaches under Geronimo and stormed San Juan Hill with Teddy Roosevelt.

William R. Lawley - With his crew injured, his aircraft on fire, and his controls shot to pieces, a wounded B-17 pilot tenaciously attempts fights to get bring his crew home alive.

Douglas Munro - The only U.S. Coast Guardsman to ever receive the Medal of Honor.





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