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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Pictures and Videos

Know Your Medal of Honor Recipients:

Sergeant James M. Rutter (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions during the Civil War. His citation reads:

At great risk of his life went to the assistance of a wounded comrade, and while under fire removed him to a place of safety.

Private David Ryan (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions from October 21, 1876 to January 8, 1877, at Cedar Cree, etc., Montana. His citation reads:

Gallantry in action.

First Sergeant Dennis Ryan (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on December 2, 1874, at Gageby Creek, Indian Territory. His citation reads:

Courage while in command of a detachment.

Picture Thursday

We all need somebody to lean on...

I spent some time with the Mudville 9... Here's me and the Mighty Casey.

Notice the sign above Susie...

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