Charles Liteky renounced the medal for the same reason he pulled 23 men out of harm's way: to save lives.
It’s the ship’s first time setting sail with one fewer letter in its moniker.
The 75th anniversary of the end of World War II is approaching next month.
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The amendment is similar to the "Remove the Stain Act" introduced in the House and Senate last November.
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There was a campaign to stop the auction, but Germany is not subject to U.S. laws.
The medal, awarded to Private Thomas Kelly on June 22, 1899, is being presented for by auction house Hermann Historica GmbH.
E. Royce Williams is being called a forgotten hero in a forgotten war.
The move will cost billions of dollars, according to Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
The Navy's personnel chief granted Katsareas, a Muslim sailor, a special grooming accommodation to grow his facial hair.
A new manual aims to provide guidance to ground troops seeking to avoid detection against a growing enemy threat.
The senators said they're concerned the problems uncovered by the investigation in Bahrain mean the problem isn't limited.