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Genevieve de Galard - The Angel of Dien Bien Phu.

Dwight H. Johnson - Vietnam War tanker who got out of his tank to fight off an ambush with his pistol.

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

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.

Trấn Hưng Đạo - Vietnamese commander who defeated the Mongols by impaling their fleet on iron stakes.

The Asiatic Honey Bee - Psychotic little bees that kill gigantic evil wasps with no problem.

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

Basil Plumley - 35-year Army veteran of three wars, decorated 40 times for bravery.

Robin Olds - Three-time ace and USAF legend who obliterated everything from Nazi Me-109s to MiG-21 jet fighters.

Roy Benavidez - One of the toughest war heroes in American history.

Larry Thorne - Finnish Special Forces commando fought the Reds while serving with three different countries in World War II and Vietnam.

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.

Trieu Thi Trinh - 19 year-old Vietnamese girl kills a person, trains in forest, raises army, fights Chinese while riding a war elephant.

Walter Walsh - Badass gangster-hunting FBI agent, Marine Corps sniper, Olympic marksman.

Joseph Gallieni - Exactly one hundred years ago today, this man saved Paris by fighting the Germans with an army of taxicabs.

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

John McCain - U.S. Navy pilot who flew 23 missions over North Vietnam and survived nearly six years as a prisoner of war in the Hanoi Hilton, refusing to submit despite some of the most brutal torture in the modern era.

John Ripley - Single-handedly stopped an entire NVA armored division by climbing hand-over-hand under a 200-meter bridge to blow it up with explosives.





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