Try the "American War Library." If you have a copy of his Discharge papers and you know the General Order that issued the BSM, then you can request a copy of it from the National Archives. If not, they you would have to research the files or hire someone to do this. Note, that in 1947 there was a rule change that awarded the BSM to any soldiers who fought in combat as an infantryman and had been awarded the Combat Infantry Badge. So it is possible that he did not earn the BSM for a specific action and after the war he ordered his discharge papers, it would show he earned the BSM.
Only the person or lender who owned the mortgage can discharge it. In Massachusetts, if a mortgage discharge has not been provided by the mortgagee within a reasonable period of time, or when the mortgagee is no longer in business, there is a statutory scheme by which proof of payment in full can be recorded with an affidavit. You should speak to someone at your state attorney general's office or a private attorney if you are having difficulty obtaining a discharge for a paid mortgage.
If someone will rent a house to you after discharge from chapter 13, there is no law against it.
When someone fouls the player with the ball
Achieves his or her full stature- apex
coz they are dived in the box
The discharge of a firearm with the intent to kill someone is first degree homicide (or occasionally self defense).
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Not directly. However, someone that is awarded a Purple Heart may well have received injuries that disable them, and they are likely to be discharged from the military and receive disability payments for the rest of their lives.
they get given a chicken. Hope this helps!
It is awarded for etreme amounts of courage, and going beyond the call of duty. Doing things that are helpful towards their country, that aren't required.
Two golds are awarded and one bronze.
The team that scores receives the volleyball again.
No. This is a US military award.
The Sacrament Confirmation is received after someone is baptized.
It means obtaining something from someone that is deceased. You get it either because you inherited it by relationship or they left it to you in their will.
Obtain a copy of his service record from the National Archives. It will contain all of the items that he was awarded. A faster way to get info is to look at his Official Discharge from the military. There will be listed in a section titled "Awards and Decorations" all of his awards. If you don't have the discharge, he may have joined a Legion post or VFW post, and they would probably have a copy. If he bought a house and used the GI Bill, the VA would have a copy. Many municipalities granted tax exemptions to veterans, and they would have a copy. Funeral Directors may have a copy also.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Someone had to be. Mercury's entry was picked in a random drawing, and it was awarded the prize.
Yes, but not for members with Bad Conduct/Dishonorable. Members with and OTH (Other Than Honorable Discharges) are still eligible and can receive a burial flag. There are no laws that prevent someone from purchasing and draping a casket with a flag however one will not be provided military honors by the guard to fold and present it to the next of kin if you have a dishonorable discharge. You must have at least an Honorable or OTH discharge.
The Navy Cross is the second highest military medal for valor that is allowed to be awarded for extraordinary heroism in combat. The Navy Cross may only be awarded to a member of the United States Navy, Coast Guard, or Marine Corps.
There are a few meaning to what you were asking, a yellow stain could be a heat rash, stomach problem, a discharge and the worst case scenario will be the remaining discharge from sleeping with someone. Just hope that its not from sleeping with someone.