Master Sergeant GEORGE D. CHAMBERLAIN, then a member of Company K, 23d Infantry Regiment, 2d Infantry Division, distinguished himself by extraordinary heroism near Yongaan, Korea on 16 September 1950. During […]
Technical Sergeant LLEWELLYN M. CHISLON for extraordinary heroism in action on 27 April 1945, in Neuberg, Germany. While engaged in taking the town of Neuberg, Germany, Sergeant Chilson and his […]
ADMIRAL BERNARD A. CLAREY, one of the Navy’s most highly decorated officers, was awarded three Navy Crosses for action as commanding officer of the submarine USS Pintado. The dates were […]
Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a Second DSC Award: For extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while commanding the 1st Ranger Infantry Battalion, in […]
Admiral Dempsey resided in Virginia. Refer to members First Navy Cross.
1LT. JOSEPH P. DONOVAN is the recipient of another Navy Cross for his actions on 21 April 1969 as a helicopter pilot responsible for the rescue of seriously wounded Marines […]
No citation currently on file. Col. Douglas joined the Legion of Valor in 1961 and resided in Southern California. View Col. Douglas’ Distinguished Service Cross citation.
ARTHUR L. DOWNING, then Lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve. For extraordinary heroism as pilot of a Scout Bomber in action against enemy Japanese forces at Salamaua and Lae, New Guinea, […]
JAMES A. DRAMESI, for extraordinary heroism in military operations against an opposing armed force while a prisoner of war in North Vietman from May 1969 to November 1969. For a […]
Mr. Eadie, a life member, was National Commander of the Legion of Valor 1941-1942 and resided in Rhode Island. To view Mr. Eadie’s Medal of Honor. View Mr. Eadie’s First […]