YES. CONTACT THE U.S. NAVY DEPARTMENT
No such list exists.There, are, however, some re-created lists by unit. Many units have organized reunion associations, where Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, and Silver Star honorees are listed. Check the division organization the individual served with.B.G. Burkett in his book, Stolen Valor, lists all Vietnam Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, Air Force Cross, and returned Prisoners of War.
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There have been 13,446 recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross, far too many to list here. See the link below for cross referenced lists. Perhaps you mean the Distinguished Service Cross, or DSC. Lists can be found in Department of Defense General Orders. The Distinguished Service Cross list for Vietnam, along with the Navy Cross and the Air Force Cross, is listed in the back of the book "Stolen Valor" by B.G. Burkett. Or he might have meant the DSO, the Distingushed Service Order, awarded to 870 RAF officers in WW2. Not everyone's American ya know (edit)
Contact Veterans administration.
The list of Medal of Honor recipients during the Vietnam War (1955-1975) is exhaustive, and unfortunately cannot be displayed here. However, we can tell you that 246 Medals of Honor were received, 154 of them posthumously. The breakdown is 160 for the Army, 57 for the Marines, 16 for the Navy and 13 for the Air Force.
Navy Cross was created in 1919.
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The (US) Navy Cross is an award (medal) of the US Navy. An "aerographer" is an individual that study's the air or atmosphere.
There was one soldier in the Army who received the Navy cross during the Vietnam conflict. His name is COL (retired) Kenneth Ledford Jr. In Vietnam, he was a First Lieutenant, and he was a medevac, or "dust off" pilot. After retiring from The military, he became a teacher, and an instructor for the JROTC program. I was fortunate enough to have him as a JROTC instructor while I was a student at Pontiac Central High School. - SGT Christopher Ramos, US Army.
No the Navy SEALs originated in the Vietnam War
Republic of Vietnam Navy's motto is 'Our Country - The Ocean'.
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 is no single public list showing all the names. You can find the names of those killed and those who received the most important medals.
the navy seals first appeared in the vietnam war.
The Navy did not draft during the Vietnam War, but the Marine Corp did draft 42,633 men during the war.
The cast of Small Boat Navy in Vietnam - 1968 includes: Raymond Burr as Narrator
P. Steel has written: 'Steel's list of the Royal Navy; 1804' 'Steel's list of the Royal Navy; 1815; Part 2' 'Steel's list of the Royal Navy; 1802-1803' 'Steel's list of the Royal Navy; 1815; Part 1'
Navy SEALS The Untold Stories - 2001 Vietnam was released on: USA: 16 December 2001