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Who was the only soldier in World War 2 to win two Congressional Medals of Honor?


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Answered 2007-07-13 15:33:47

I don't think that he existed. Most of the information I've seen shows that
19 people were the recipents two Congressional Medals of Honor. The
first was the brother of General George Armstrong Custer, who is best
known for his failure in the Indian Wars, 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Custer
won both in the Civil War. Six double recipeints were Navy, seven were
Marines and four were Army.

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