Sergeant John A. Poppe (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on October 5, 1879, at Milk River, Colorado. His citation reads:
Gallantry in action.
Sergeant William D. Port (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on January 12, 1968, at Que Son Valley, Heip Duc Province, Republic of Vietnam. His citation reads:
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Sgt. Port distinguished himself while serving as a rifleman with Company C, which was conducting combat operations against an enemy force in the Que Son Valley. As Sgt. Port's platoon was moving to cut off a reported movement of enemy soldiers, the platoon came under heavy fire from an entrenched enemy force. The platoon was forced to withdraw due to the intensity and ferocity of the fire. Although wounded in the hand as the withdrawal began, Sgt. Port, with complete disregard for his safety, ran through the heavy fire to assist a wounded comrade back to the safety of the platoon perimeter. As the enemy forces assaulted in the perimeter, Sgt. Port and 3 comrades were in position behind an embankment when an enemy grenade landed in their midst. Sgt. Port, realizing the danger to his fellow soldiers, shouted the warning, "Grenade," and unhesitatingly hurled himself towards the grenade to shield his comrades from the explosion. Through his exemplary courage and devotion he saved the lives of his fellow soldiers and gave the members of his platoon the inspiration needed to hold their position. Sgt. Port's selfless concern for his comrades, at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty are in keeping with the highest tradition of the military service and reflect great credit on himself, his unit, and the U.S. Army.
Commissary Sergeant Ambrose Porter (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on August 7, 1864, at Tallahatchie River, Mississippi. His citation reads:
Was 1 of 4 volunteers who swam the river under a brisk fire of the enemy's sharpshooters and brought over a ferry boat by means of which the troops crossed and dislodged the enemy from a strong position.
5 The Cosby Show
4 Full House
3 The Voice
1 Golden Girls
Not a bad list at all from The Wife. If you can't laugh watching Golden Girls, then I don't know what can make you laugh. That was a GREAT show.
The I’m just sayin… Top 747 TV Shows of All-Time
Below we will have the rank, show, and years that the show ran (and sometimes any notes/thoughts I might have).
139 Father Knows Best 1954-1960 I tell me kids this all of the time.
138 Elementary 2012-present I don't have enough time in my life to keep up with this show, but I loved it when I did watch it.
137 Dynasty 1981-1989
136 Duck Tales 1987-1990
135 Dragnet 1951-1959, 1967-1970
134 Double Dare 1986-1993 A good kids gameshow
133 Dora the Explorer 2000-present All of my kids love Dora… The Wife hates her.
132 Diff'rent Strokes 1978-1986
131 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 1972-present
130 Days of our Lives 1965-present
129 Dawson's Creek 1998-2003 I think my Labor Day Cousin Chandler made an appearance on this show…
128 Dateline NBC 1992-present This show would have probably been in the 500's or 600's if all it showed was To Catch a Predator. That's the GREATEST thing to ever come from Dateline NBC. The Wife and I LOVED watching it.
127 Criminal Minds 2005-present I wouldn't watch this before bed… or in the dark.
126 Covert Affairs 2010-present
125 CHiPs 1977-1983 Who didn't want to be a motorcycle cop after watching this show?
124 China Beach 1988-1991
123 Chicago Hope 1994-2000
122 Chelsea Lately 2007-present Another funny show we just didn't have time to keep up with.
121 Car 54, Where Are You? 1961-1963
120 Captain Kangaroo 1955-1984