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.
none and what kind of question is that
up to 5
Purple Hearts - film - was created on 1984-03-30.
A Lot, Too many, but who cares...
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.
4 [not counting black]
7,098 to date, and counting
No, they are not.