Nineteen individuals have received two Medals of Honor.
These totals reflect the total number of Medals of Honor awarded. Nineteen (19) men received a second award: fourteen of these men received two separate Medals for two separate actions; five received both the Navy and the Army Medals of Honor for the same action. The total number of Medal of Honor recipients is 3,408. Total Medals of Honor awarded: 3,459 Total number of Medal of Honor recipients: 3,440 Total number of double recipients: 19 As of 13 April 2003, there are 137 living Medal of Honor recipients.
There are 38 Medal of Honor Recipients from the 1st cavalry division
There were 96 recipients of the US Medal of Honor in WWI.
There are currently, according to websites, 96 living Medal of Honor recipients.
A medal of honor given posthumously refers to recipients receiving this award after death
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There were 464 individuals who received the Medal of Honor during WWII.
Yes, the list of Congressional Medal of Honor recipients is long so I have attached a list for you on the related link below.
There are many websites (some official) that list all Medal of Honor recipients. Do a websearch by simply typing in Medal of Honor. I suggest this only because there were 96 recipients from WWI - TOO MANY to list.
According to the Medal of Honor Society, 19 servicemembers have been double recipients
According to several "official" websites, there are 96 living recipients.
West Point has 83 Annapolis Has 73 Harvard University has 16 Medal of Honor Recipients
124 according to the Medal of Honor Society and the U.S. Army Center of Military History
Dan Daley USMC Smedley Butler USMC
The president only salutes Medal of Honor recipients
According to many websites, there are 96 living Medal of Honor recipients.
A complete list can be found by following the related link below
Civil War Surgeon Mary Edwards Walker.
Army or Marine? Of which Bn, Reg, Bde, Division?
All Medal of Honor recipients are listed on the web page. If it is not listed there, contact the web master to validate. They will double check to make sure it wasn't inadvertently left off.
The Congressional Medal of Honor is bestowed to members of the military. George M. Cohan was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 1936, which is a civilian award, and is not the same as the Medal of Honor. See link below for full list of recipients: