There is no technical limit. There is currently a soldier serving in Iraq that has been awarded three and has a fourth pending. Each time you are wounded in a separate engagement, you are eligible. In past wars, though, there was an unofficial limit in that you would be removed from the theater if you received a set number of Purple Hearts. For both Korea and Vietnam this limit was three. A United States Army soldier currently holds the distinction of receiving nine Purple Hearts. Six U.S. Army soldiers and one U.S. Marine share the distinction of holding 8 Purple Hearts.
Over 800,000 Purple Hearts have been awarded.
An estimated 320518 purple hearts were given out in World War 1.
The duration of Purple Hearts - film - is 1.93 hours.
In honor of those who faught in the Vietnam war, a total of 351,794 purple hearts. Originally, 500,00 purple hearts were created, but only 351,794 were given out.
up to 5
none and what kind of question is that
A Lot, Too many, but who cares...
Purple Hearts - film - was created on 1984-03-30.
4 [not counting black]
7,098 to date, and counting
No, they are not.
because someone colored it like that or meant to be like that
The most Purple Hearts received by one person is eight. Four Army soldiers share that distinction: •Richard J. Buck - Four Purple Hearts for his actions during the Korean War and four during the Vietnam War. •Robert T. Frederick - Eight Purple Hearts in World War II. •David H. Hackworth - Four Purple Hearts in the Korean War and four in the Vietnam War. •Robert L. Howard - Eight Purple Hearts in the Vietnam This off of military.com website
Sergeant Elijah Churchill, in the age of 26, is the youngest person to receive two purple hearts. = =
The cast of Purple Hearts - 2009 includes: John Amedro as Adam Scott Klavan as Bob
you need four hearts first is black then purple third blue and then the last one is red
They are injured during wartime
were there purple hearts given for grenada war
1.8 million Purple Hearts have been awarded. The Purple Heart is a military decoration awarded to soldiers who have died or been wounded while serving in the military.
purple hearts awarded in desert shield storm