These six went ABOVE AND BEYOND.
You've probably never heard of Julio DeCastro, but he and his fellow civilian workers saved the lives of 32 sailors aboard USS OKLAHOMA.
The doctors, nurses, and corpsmen who worked nonstop after the attack deserve to be REMEMBERED.
The Navy Ensign was stationed aboard USS California during the PEARL HARBOR ATTACK.
Hershel "Woody" Williams says as long as you can control the fear, you can be BRAVE.
Ely S. Parker overcame adversity to attain the highest rank of any Native American in the Union Army during the CIVIL WAR.
Navy Rear Admiral Richard O'Kane received the MEDAL OF HONOR.
Powell was wounded by a Vietcong booby trap, and saved comrades from a burning HELICOPTER.
He loved New York hot dogs, but never with SAUERKRAUT.
Not everyone knows that Boyington was awarded the MEDAL OF HONOR.
One soldier called Captain (Chaplain) Emil Kapaun, called "the bravest man I ever knew." died as a Prisoner of War.
CBS News STORY.
Department of Defense RELEASE.
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Educate national leaders and the nation * Support the men and women of the sea services
Provide assistance to sea service families * Support youth programs
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