Was Eddie lamoine miller awarded the distinguish flying cross in the Vietnam war in the year 1966-1967?
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If a medal is awarded; it will be on orders. That makes it official.
World War 1: 124 awarded World War 2: 464 awarded Vietnam: 246 awarded Bringing a total of 834 medals awarded.
The US Medal of Honor is awarded to those who distinguish themselves "conspicuously" by gallantry and intrepidity.
It was 63 percent.
No. The Vietnam Service Medal was awarded to a service member who served with a military unit participating in or directly supporting military operations in the Republic of Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, and parts of Laos.
Four Australians received the VC during the Vietnam War.
Ten with two others approved but not yet awarded as of 1 September 2010.
Technology did not distinguish friend foe
Try "American War Library" and "Statistics about the Vietnam War." No comprehensive list exists.
The Vietnam War lasted ten thousand days, and involved over one million US military personnel. No list exists, but thousands, perhaps tens of thousands were awarded.
No list of Purple Heart recipients for the Vietnam War exists. The war lasted ten thousand days (10,000), and over a million service members participated. Tens of thousands of PH medals were awarded.
No one knows for certain and no comprehensive listing exists.
Third Marine Division (Reinforced)
The purple heart is awarded in the American military (Army, Navy, Marines Air force & Coast Guard) for being wounded.
240. According to the US Army Center for Military History, there were 245 Medals of Honor awarded for the Vietnam War. Soldiers received 159, Sailors 16, Marines 57, Airmen 13. Additionally, Congress authorized the award for the Unknown Soldier from the Vietnam War, for a total of 246. Of these, 155 were awarded posthumously.
Use caution on those medals. The Bronze Star could also be awarded for Meritorious Achievement. If the Bronze Star has a "V" device attached to the ribbon portion, then the award is for VALOR (Bravery). See website: Statistics About the Vietnam War
No list exists. The Vietnam War lasted 10,000 days, and involved over one million US military personnel. Purple Heart medal awards were awarded for combat wounds or death in combat. Given the numbers, thousands, if not tens of thousands were awarded.
The Bronze Star Medal is awarded for "Heroic or meritorious achievement or service." While there is no complete list compiled of Bronze Stars awarded during Vietnam, medals awarded may be looked up on the National Archives website. You can search by name and several other ways on the site linked below. Number of Bronze Stars awarded (Source: National Archives): Bronze Star for Service 26,215 Bronze Star for Achievement 2,159 Bronze Star for Valor 6,215
Expeditionary Medals were awarded prior to the arrival of the VSM in '65.
In Vietnam, the Bronze Star was awarded for BOTH "Meritorious Achievement" and "Valor." If the medal was awarded for Valor it was designated to be accompanied by a brass/bronze metal "V" device. All women in the US military in Vietnam were either administrative personnel or medical nurses and they were not allowed near the front lines but operated in major base camps such as Quang Tri, Phu Bai, Da Nang, etc. They didn't operate at… Read More
See: Statistics about the Vietnam War and US Marine Corps (in Vietnam). Note: Approximately 391,000 US Marines served in the Vietnam War. Approximately 14,838 US Marines died there.
Le Duc Tho (Democratic Republic of Vietnam)
Stone served with the 25th Infantry Division and the 1st Calvary Division in Vietnam and was awarded both the Purple Heart and Bronze Star medals for gallantry in action.
Anyone that was wounded in combat. It was awarded to thousands during the Vietnam War. Everyone on the Wall in Washington received it, plus the tens of thousands that were not fatally wounded.
No list exists. Thousands of servicemembers were awarded the PH Medal in Vietnam. The war lasted 10,000 days and involved over one million US military members.
There have been 8 Medals of Honor awarded since Viet Nam.
He was awarded the medal of honor for rescuing something like half of his platoon when they were ambushed in Vietnam. He was looking for Bubba, and every time he saw someone who was wounded, he stopped and brought them to safety by the riverbanks.
The Medal of Honor is bestowed to military personal who distinguish themselves against the enemy at high risk to their own lives while in combat. They go beyond the call of duty in their actions. Quite often it is bestowed upon them posthumously. This is the highest medal to be awarded.
in total there were 69 American men awarded this prestigious medal including decorated war hero Sgt. John Thomas who has been credited with saving the lives of eleven men from his battalion by repetitively running into the battlefield and dragging out the wounded men. This figure was found on the national Vietnam museum website
I know that there were only two recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross (perhaps just for the U.S Air Force?) in the Vietnam War. One of them being my grandfather, Albert Edward Worth Sr. ... It was awarded to him for his heroism during Operation Linebacker II in 1972. He served as a U.S Air Force NCO tail-gunner of a B-52D Stratofortress.
Forrest was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Because of the large number of the Bronze Star Medal awarded, no single list exists
Because of the very large numbers of Bronze Star Medals awarded, no single list exists.
In August 1969, running back Rocky Bleier was wounded in Vietnam. He was drafted after his rookie season and volunteered for duty in the Vietnam War, where he was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. There was also a made for television movie, Fighting Back: The Rocky Bleier Story, which was based on his life.
The fact that someone was awarded a Purple Heart is not classified information. The citation as to when and how the were wounded might remain classified for a period of time. Anything from WW 2, Korea and Vietnam is outside of the classification range.
there is no exact list but it is estimated that over 14600 were given out...more than WWI and WWII combined
Possibly this might point you in the right direction: "Statistics About the Vietnam War." Recommended by the History Channel.
Anyone regardless of rank, branch of service, or job speciality, who served in country or in the waters off the coast and were awarded a Vietnam campaign ribbon indicating that they did so is a Vietnam veteran, regardless of the job they performed. The guy who was a chaplain's assistant, cook or clerk typist etc, who served there is a Vietnam veteran just as the combat veteran.
I think it was when he was awarded for being a hero in Vietnam. He had been shot while saving many of his fellow soldiers, and "mooned" the president by showing him where he was shot.
Where can one find the citation of Specialist 4 Richard Dean Whited's Silver Star awarded in 1969 in Vietnam?
Contact: US Dept. of Defense Vietnam War Service Index; Brooke Rowe, Associate Librarian, The American War library (effective 2002).
You'll need to refer to the related link below for a link to an extensive history of this Nitro-class ammunition ship as it served during the Vietnam War and was awarded thirteen campaign stars for it's service .
Action Ribbon as a result of our action in the Gulf of Tonkin. Apr 1972 thru Nov 1972
Yes, also the Purple Heart, the Soldier's Medal, the Legion of Merit and others. Powell was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Army, and was one of the 16,000 military advisors dispatched to South Vietnam by President Kennedy in 1962. In 1963, Lieutenant Powell was wounded by a punji-stick booby trap while patrolling the Vietnamese border with Laos. He was awarded the Purple Heart, and later that year, the Bronze Star. Powell served… Read More