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The Pentagon Channel debuts a new program, “Icon,” which takes an in-depth look at iconic figures in the U.S. military and Defense Department. The first Icon program features retired Army Lt. Col. Bruce P. Crandall, who received the Medal of Honor at the White House for his actions in the Battle of Ia Drang Valley in Vietnam in November 1965.
Newest Medal of Honor Recipient Inducted Into Pentagon Hall of Heroes
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2007 – Retired Army Lt. Col. Bruce Crandall was admitted into the Pentagon Hall of Heroes today, one day after President Bush presented him the Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam. Story
Pilot Receives Medal of Honor for Heroism in Vietnam
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26, 2007 – President Bush presented the Medal of Honor today to retired Army Lt. Col. Bruce Crandall, 41 years after heroic actions in Vietnam the president said demonstrate the best of America and its military members. nd resupply besieged 1st Cavalry Division ground troops.” Story
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