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Heroes Medal Of Honor Victoria Cross Legion Of Honour DVD MP4 USB Drive

Heroes Medal Of Honor Victoria Cross Legion Of Honour DVD MP4 USB Drive
Heroes Medal Of Honor Victoria Cross Legion Of Honour DVD MP4 USB Drive
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The Complete 1989 TV Series That Profiles The Lives And Achievements Of Those Americans, British And French Who Were Awarded Their Nation's Highest Award For Heroism! All 26 Episodes Of Honored Tribute To The Men And Women Awarded The Medal Of Honor, Victoria Cross Or Legion Of Honour Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 7 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #Heroes #TVDocumentarySeries #Documentaries #MedalOfHonor #MOH #CongressionalMedalOfHonor #CMOH #VictoriaCross #VC #LegionOfHonour #LegionOfHonor #Soldiers #Sailors #Airmen #Armies #Navies #AirForces #Military #SpecialForces #PatrickBrady #HelicopterRescue #ForrestTVosler #WoodyVosler #BombingMissions #Bremen #JohnKenneally #TunisianDesertWar #LloydLBurke #ScooterBurke #BattleOfHill200 #GenevieveDeGalard #AngelOfDienBienPhu #BattleOfDienBienPhu #DavidMcCampbell #BattleOfThePhilippines #GreatMarianasTurkeyShoot #RogerDonlon #NamDong #WilliamReed #Dusseldorf #PaulBucha #PhuocVinh #CharlesRogers #Ernest Smith #SmokeySmith #SavioRiver #ItalianCampaign #ThomasNorris #MichaelThornton #SEALs #RescueOperations #JosephJMcCarthy #BattleOfIwo Jima #JamesBondStockdale #JamesStockdale #POWs #HanoiHilton #IanFraser #MidgetSubmarines #SingaporeHarbor #JoeMJackson #AirRescue #GeorgeEardley #Overloon #LiberationOfTheNetherlands #MattUrban #LiberationOfFrance #MarcelBigeard #Ariege #BattleOfAlgiers #GeoffreyLeonardCheshire #JohnMihalowski #MikeMihalowski #USSSqualus #LeoThorsness #DonaldRoss #USSNevada #AttackOnPearlHarbor #WilliamCharette #BattleOfOutpostVegas #UnknownSoldier #TheUnknownSoldier #UnknownSoldiers #TheUnknownSoldiers #WorldWarI #WorldWarOne #WorldWar1 #WWI #WW1 #FirstWorldWar #FirstEuropeanWar #WarToEndAllWars #TheWarToEndAllWars #TheGreatWar #EuropeanCivilWar #WorldWarII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #AsiaPacificWar #SecondEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #EuropeanTheaterOfWWII #KoreanWar #KoreanConflict #VietnamWar #FirstIndochinaWar #SecondIndochinaWar #ResistanceWarAgainstAmerica #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

01: Introduction

02: Patrick Brady, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Helicopter Rescue

03: Forrest T. "Woody" Vosler, Medal Of Honor, World War II, Bombing Mission Over Bremen, Germany

04: John Kenneally, Victoria Cross, World War II, Actions In Tunisian Desert War

05: Lloyd L. "Scooter" Burke, Medal Of Honor, Korean War, Battle Of Hill 200

06: Genevieve de Galard, Legion Of Honor, Vietnam War (First Indochina War), Nurse Known As The Angel Of Dien Bien Phu

07: David McCampbell, Medal Of Honor, World War II, Aerial Combat During Battle Of The Philippines (The Great Marianas Turkey Shoot)

08: Roger Donlon, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Defensive Actions At Camp Nam Dong

09: William Reed, Victoria Cross, World War II, RAF Bombing Mission Over Dusseldorf

10: Paul Bucha, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Combat Near Phuoc Vinh

11: Charles Rogers, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Defense Of Fire Support Base In Fishhook Region Of Vietnam

12: Ernest "Smokey" Smith, Victoria Cross, World War II, Actions At Savio River During Italian Campaign

13: Thomas Norris And Michael Thornton, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), SEAL Rescue Operations Behind Enemy Lines

14: Joseph J. McCarthy, Medal Of Honor, World War II, Combat On Iwo Jima

15: James Bond Stockdale, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), POW Leadership In "Hanoi Hilton"

16: Ian Fraser, Victoria Cross, World War II, Midget Submarine Attack On Japanese Ships In Singapore Harbor

17: Joe M. Jackson, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Air Rescue At Army Special Forces Camp

18: George Eardley, Victoria Cross, World War II, Combat Near Overloon During Liberation Of The Netherlands

19: Matt Urban, Medal Of Honor, World War II, Combat During Liberation Of France

20: Marcel Bigeard, Legion Of Honor (Multiple): A) Combat In Ariege France During World War II, B) Combat At Battle Of Dien Bien Phu During The Vietnam War (First Indochina War), C) Combat During Battle Of Algiers In Algerian War

21: Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire, Victoria Cross, World War II, Completing 102 RAF Bombing Missions

22: John "Mike" Mihalowski, Medal Of Honor, Rescue Of U.S.S. Squalus (With Short Collage Of Non-Battlefield Related Medal Of Honor Awardees)

23: Leo Thorsness, Medal Of Honor, Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Air Combat Against Multiple Aircraft During Wild Weasel Mission

24: Donald Ross, Medal Of Honor, World War II, Actions Aboard USS Nevada During Attack On Pearl Harbor

25: William Charette, Medal Of Honor, Korean War, Combat During Battle Of Outpost Vegas

26: The Unknown Soldiers Of World War I, World War II, The Korean War And The Vietnam War (Second Indochina War), Medal Of Honor, Service In The U.S. Military


The Medal of Honor (MOH) is the United States government's highest and most prestigious military decoration that may be awarded to recognize American soldiers, sailors, marines, airmen, Space Force guardians, and coast guardsmen who have distinguished themselves by acts of valor. The medal is normally awarded by the President of the United States, but as it is presented "in the name of the United States Congress", it is often referred to as the "Congressional Medal of Honor". There are three distinct variants of the medal: one for the Department of the Army, awarded to soldiers, one for the Department of the Navy, awarded to sailors and marines, as well as coast guardsmen of the Department of Homeland Security, and one for the Department of the Air Force, awarded to airmen and Space Force guardians. The Medal of Honor was introduced for the Department of the Navy in 1861, soon followed by the Department of the Army's version in 1862. The Department of the Air Force used the Department of the Army's version until they received their own distinctive version in 1965. The Medal of Honor is the oldest continuously issued combat decoration of the United States Armed Forces. The president typically presents the Medal of Honor at a formal ceremony intended to represent the gratitude of the American people, with posthumous presentations made to the primary next of kin. According to the Medal of Honor Historical Society of the United States, there have been 3,526 Medals of Honor awarded to 3,507 individuals since the decoration's creation, with over 40% awarded for actions during the American Civil War. In 1990, Congress designated March 25 annually as "National Medal of Honor Day".

The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest and most prestigious award of the British honours system. It is awarded for valour "in the presence of the enemy" to members of the British Armed Forces. It may be awarded posthumously. It was previously awarded to Commonwealth countries, most of which have established their own honours systems and no longer recommend British honours. It may be awarded to a person of any military rank in any service and to civilians under military command although no civilian has received the award since 1879. Since the first awards were presented by Queen Victoria in 1857, two-thirds of all awards have been personally presented by the British monarch. These investitures are usually held at Buckingham Palace. The VC was introduced on 29 January 1856 by Queen Victoria to honour acts of valour during the Crimean War. Since then, the medal has been awarded 1,358 times to 1,355 individual recipients. Only 15 medals, of which 11 were to members of the British Army and four were to members of the Australian Army, have been awarded since the Second World War. The traditional explanation of the source of the metal from which the medals are struck is that it derives from Russian cannons captured at the siege of Sevastopol. However, research has indicated another origin for the material. Historian John Glanfield has established that the metal for most of the medals made since December 1914 came from two Chinese cannons, and that there is no evidence of Russian origin. Owing to its rarity, the VC is highly prized and the medal has fetched over _400,000 at auctions. A number of public and private collections are devoted to the Victoria Cross. The private collection of Lord Ashcroft, amassed since 1986, contains over one-tenth of all VCs awarded. Following a 2008 donation to the Imperial War Museum, the Ashcroft collection went on public display alongside the museum's Victoria and George Cross collection in November 2010. Beginning with the Centennial of Confederation in 1967, Canada, followed in 1975 by Australia and New Zealand, developed their own national honours systems, separate from and independent of the British or Imperial honours system. As each country's system evolved, operational gallantry awards were developed with the premier award of each system-the Victoria Cross for Australia, the Canadian Victoria Cross and the Victoria Cross for New Zealand-being created and named in honour of the Victoria Cross. These are unique awards of each honours system, recommended, assessed, gazetted, and presented by each country.

The Legion Of Honour (French: Legion d'honneur) is the highest French order of merit, both military and civil. Established in 1802 by Napoleon Bonaparte, it has been retained by all later French governments and regimes. The order's motto is Honneur et Patrie ("Honour and Fatherland"), and its seat is the Palais de la Legion d'Honneur next to the Musee d'Orsay, on the left bank of the Seine in Paris. The order is divided into five degrees of increasing distinction: Chevalier (Knight), Officier (Officer), Commandeur (Commander), Grand officier (Grand Officer), and Grand-croix (Grand Cross).