Boatswain’s Mate Second Class Henry Nehemiah Nickerson (US Navy) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on April 21, 1914, on board the USS Utah. His citation reads:
On board the U.S.S. Utah, Nickerson showed extraordinary heroism in the line of his profession during the seizure of Vera Cruz, Mexico, 21 April 1914.
Private John Nihill (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on July 13, 1872, at Whetstone Mountains, Arizona. His citation reads:
Fought and defeated 4 hostile Apaches located between him and his comrades.
Second Lieutenant Alexander R. Nininger, Jr. (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on January 12, 1942, near Abucay, Bataan, Philippine Islands. His citation reads:
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy near Abucay, Bataan, Philippine Islands, on 12 January 1942. This officer, though assigned to another company not then engaged in combat, voluntarily attached himself to Company K, same regiment, while that unit was being attacked by enemy force superior in firepower. Enemy snipers in trees and foxholes had stopped a counterattack to regain part of position. In hand-to-hand fighting which followed, 2d Lt. Nininger repeatedly forced his way to and into the hostile position. Though exposed to heavy enemy fire, he continued to attack with rifle and handgrenades and succeeded in destroying several enemy groups in foxholes and enemy snipers. Although wounded 3 times, he continued his attacks until he was killed after pushing alone far within the enemy position. When his body was found after recapture of the position, 1 enemy officer and 2 enemy soldiers lay dead around him.
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|The twins ready to slide down (see above video)|
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